East Kingdom Seneschal

Good gentles, welcome to the Website of the Seneschallate of the East Kingdom.

A seneschal is an administrative officer of the Society for Creative Anachronism, and the Kingdom Seneschal is the modern equivalent of a regional vice president or chief operating officer.

I welcome you to peruse these pages; the intent is to provide local seneschals and their deputies the information necessary for them to execute their duties efficiently. The information held within is dynamic and ever-changing, so check back often!

In particular, I encourage all Seneschals to become familiar with the SCA Governing Documents, East Kingdom Law and Policies, and East Kingdom Financial policies. These documents are available under the "Documents" tab of this page.

If at any time you have a question or a concern, first contact the Seneschal of your local branch, then your Regional Seneschal.

Thank you for your dedication to these Current Middle Ages.

In Service to the East Kingdom,

Dueña Mercedes Vera de Calafia
Seneschal of the East Kingdom

Joanna Livingston
Regional Vice President; SCA, Inc.

Please read: important things all seneschals should know.

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