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It's Time to Guess the Parents of Joseph Caiaphas
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Harder than a Game of Chesney
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I've had a Chagne of Mind
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Moline Founders of L'viv
Don't miss the near-end where Caiaphas looks like he was from Aemilia Lepidus





How can this be coincidental:
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The data is scary: Nearly half of water faucets sampled across the United States tested positive for the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease.

While the study was small -- researchers only sampled 67 public and private water sources such as kitchen sinks and drinking fountains...32 taps contained the bacteria, and 11 of those contained it in multiple samples.

Legionnaires’ disease is a severe form of pneumonia that causes chills, fever, headache, a cough and more. It can be deadly.

The study was published on Feb. 18 in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

One could understand such a problem if it were all in one city, all from the same water source, but this sampling was across the nation. How could that be coincidental?

It was many months, into years, perhaps, after VeriChip decided to cease it's drive toward the skin-implant industry, that I learned of it. I was surprised at how soon it declined, after receiving U.S. permission to distribute the chips. It seemed that all was going well into the field of pet chips. I assumed that VeriChip did some market research and learned that people were simply not ready for the chips. But the article below tells a different picture, that the chips became too dangerous for mass distribution:

Last month, I wrote about a story that was broken by Associated Press reporting that implantable microchips are linked to the development of sarcomas [cancer] in laboratory animals. On November 20, a group called CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering) released a comprehensive 48-page report reviewing the academic literature on this topic. They identified 11 articles related to implantable microchips. In 6 of these articles, tumors were reported in laboratory mice or rats adjacent to implanted microchips. Between 0.8% and 10.2% of the animals developed tumors, depending on the study. There were also two reports of microchip-related cancer in dogs.

In my blog entry, I suggested that one manufacturer of these chips (VeriChip) might have engaged in some less-than-honorable behavior by hiring as a board member the man who was the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) at the time that these chips were being evaluated for safety. HHS directly oversees the Food and Drug Administration, the group charged with determining the safety of medical devices like these. This questionable behavior continued, as the CEO of VeriChip was quoted recently as saying that none of the tumors found in mice in a 2006 French study were malignant. This is not true -- the study identified these tumors as sarcomas, and sarcomas are malignant.

...Much more research is necessary before the use of these devices in humans can be condoned. Based on the evidence available so far, Dr. Robert Benezra, head of the Cancer Biology Genetics Program at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, was quoted as saying, "There's no way in the world, having read this information, that I would have one of those chips implanted in my skin, or in one of my family members."

http://doctordavidsblog.blogspot.ca/2007/11/microchip-update.html

It sounds as though VeriChip was very willing to go ahead in distribution in spite of one or more percent of recipients acquiring cancer of some sort. But, others discovered the problem, and took the steam from VeriChip's engines. This is a good reason to look to some other form of method as per the 666 system. The article above is dated November, 2007.

By the way, I am still watching the Middle East. There's not much to report. I'll do catch-up if necessary.

What About the Carthage Connection?

Another consideration when seeking the parents of Caiaphas (they may have been high-level operatives for obvious reasons) is the Carthage angle. How close were Carthaginians to the birth of Caiaphas, if at all? At this time, this possibility is being seriously entertained.

From the Larino article: "In 217 BC, the Romans defeated Hannibal here...the consul Claudius marched through Larinum on his way to attack the Carthaginian Hasdrubal." This was the year after Hannibal defeated Scipio at the Trebia river, very near the time when I expect the formation of Maccabees from a Massena Numidians. The victorious Carthaginians apparently made their way through Umbria (where Hasdrubal met Hannibal), and then further south into Molise (where were they headed?), probably slashing like madmen all the way. What contact could we assume between the line of Terentius Varro Murena, expected now at Larino, and Hannibal's family or Hannibal's men?

I thought, in the 4th update of January, that "HASdrubal" should trace to the naming of HASmoneans. The Has location on the river of the Cavii is perhaps pertinent, in which case Caiaphas' ancestry is Hasdrubal elements could go centuries into his past, having little or nothing to do with his immediate family.

As the line of king Massena was associated with Hannibal and Hasdrubal (Massena was about to marry a daughter of another Hasdrubal), it's very conspicuous that Larino has what could be the Masci (and Chaine/Chesny) wing. On top of this, I'm seeking to know how "Syphax" was a Caiaphas term, and here we find the Carthaginians tracing potentially to Caiaphas liners in Larino.

The Mosco marriage to Montechiaro was many centuries after Hannibal. What happened before that marriage? How might the proto-Drake's and proto-Mosco's have been Caiaphas liners centuries before that time? The Larin scallops are white, the color of the Meschin scallops, and the Larins use their scallops like the Capes' and Happs/Abbs so that I'll assume a trace to the "Hypsas," and so it appears that there is something to the Larino location as per the formation of the first priest-kings in inter-Testamental Israel. The Romans took the Larino area from Hannibal. Did the Hannibal side leave behind the droppings that would find their way to Quintus Caepio?

I could never stomach Hannibal history, and so knew nothing about the details until forced to read on them here in my Caiaphas hunt. I don't like reading on wars. It turns out that Illyrians were ruled by industrial pirates in the lead-up to the Carthaginian presence in Illyria. It brings the Nordic vikings to mind, whom I trace to early Vere liners now tracing to Illyria. When the Romans engaged the Illyrian pirates, the Romans parked their navy at Epidamnus, yes Drake-suspect Dyrrachium. Epidamnus was said to be founded by Corinthians and or peoples of Corcyra, and it just so happens that the Illyrian pirates were out of Corcyra. You can read this at the article below:

Roman policy was decidedly anti-Macedon during this time, and the latter country [at Paeonia] would ally with Hannibal during the Second Punic War.

...Encouraged by the threats posed to Rome by Hannibal and the Gauls, the Illyrian Demetrius of PHAROS raised a fleet of 90 lembi and sailed south of Lissus [toward Epidamnus], in violation of the treaty...The Romans responded quickly and sent Lucius Aemilius across the Adriatic in 219 BC [two years before the battle at Larino; Hannibal wasn't yet in Italy]...The Romans returned to Italy to face Hannibal, leaving unscathed Demetrius' ally Scerdilaidas and concluding the Second Illyrian War.

http://hannibalbarca.webspace.virginmedia.com/illyrian-wars.htm

One could conclude that the Macedonians prompted Hannibal to go south-east to the Adriatic to find an alliance with its pirates, what may have been Paeonian pirates. If the Paeoni were Phoenicians to begin with, so were Carthaginians. I'm trying to point out why Hugh de Payen was a Templar while Templars (or Crusaders at large) were from Nordic pirates. It may appear that Crusaders / Templars had stemmed from these Macedonian / Illyrian pirates of a Vere vein. Again, the Vere-beloved Alans had been Nordic vikings, and Alans trace to Stobi in downtown Paeonia. The SCERDilaidas (from the Serdi?) character above may even have become the Swords i.e. Siward of Northumberland.

The Spinks, by the way, had traced to the Janszoon pirates of Morocco. They had a piracy industry (i.e. organized crime) at Sale of Morocco. Yet, Spinks are now tracing with Hips to Drago elements (it's the Hips' who use the sphinx). It's as though a criminal nature persisted in the blood of a certain dragon bloodline. It's as though satan plied certain maggots, to this day, to mock and forsake the Creator, like flies knowing little fear which die by a sudden, fatal swat because of it.

After his loss at Larinum, Hannibal went further south into Apulia: "In the spring of 216 BC, Hannibal took the initiative and seized the large supply depot at Cannae in the Apulian plain." The article portrays the war like a football game, getting into the heads of the opposing "coaches." Hannibal goes to and from, destroying as he goes, and the writer calls him one of the "greatest." In reality, Hannibal was one of the worst maggot infestation upon the human race. In the same year of 216, Hannibal made Capua his base. Everything seems to be catering to a Hannibal link to Caiaphas lines, but as yet I have no idea what Carthaginian elements were in Sicily. They're expected there aside from Hannibal's wars in Italy.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannibal#Battle_of_Lake_Trasimene

I suppose that Cannae might have been named by Chaonians of Epirus, directly across the waters from Apulia. The Caffeys and Cafferys (both use green Shields, a potential Libya sign) trace to Apulia. Might they have been Cavii elements merged with Hannibal / Hasdrubal liners? Cafferys (the ones who can trace to Agrigento with Craigs) were first found in the same place (Fermanagh) as Caseys, while French Caseys were first found in the same place as Chappes' and Lys'/Lisse's. It really is looking like a Cavii line in Apulia, but the horse-and-rider in the Caffery Coat is suspect as the Thracian Horseman = Ares out of Aures (Algerian mountains). The article points out that Hannibal survived in Italy for as long as he did due to Italian groups joining his cause against Romans. Might proto-Vere's at Molise have joined him? Drakes trace to Abruzzo...on the northern border of Molise.

Cannae is a hard location to identify, but I've got this: "Ofanto valley near Canusium and Cannae (Apulia)..." Canusium is between Bari and the spur of Italy's "boot." Larinum is near the spur of Italy. There was a battle of Canusium in 209 BC, against Hannibal. I'm not sure there's evidence for Hasmoneans in Israel before this time. I'm not trying to re-write history, because there's nothing written on Hasmonean origins. They appear in Grecocized Israel in about 170 BC.

Having just read that Apulia is "Pulla" to Spaniards, it's very interesting that Caffeys/Coffers are in the colors of Pula's and Pollocks, tending to trace Apulia to Pula on Istria. In this picture, the dolphin in the Caffey Crest is the Caesar-Crest dolphin. It's just another reason to trace the Caesar-Caiaphas line to Taranto elements, not forgetting that, mythically, Taranto was co-found by a Satyrion entity...like the Satrae Thracians, amongst whom the Maedi lived, and beside the Serdi, both of whom may trace to Madad of Athol, an entity to which Siward also traces. There was a question as to whether "Athol" related to "Atheling" and therefore to "HESLING(ton)." It has the potential to trace Madad to Has on the Drilon.

The dolphin entity (i.e. Tippers) of Pendragons were traced to Tipaza, in Numidia, which is one way for Has / Caiaphas elements to go to from the Cavii theater to Hasdrubal / Syphax.

This would be a good place to tell that "Covert" is listed with the Cotesii-suspect Courts. Coverts are also "COFFERt, and may thus apply to Taranto / Apulia lines. The top half of the Court/Covert Coat may be a version of the same of Capitano's/Cattano's, for both surnames share a black eagle in Crest too. The Capitano Coat is suspect with the Coat of Popoli's, first found in the same place (Naples) as Capua's/Capone's, and Popoli's (i.e. Popeye and Pipe elements, and his spinach = the Spinks) were found linked to the Janszoon pirates. Popoli's likely trace with Pepins and Pipe's (use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Shepherds) to the naming of "Peebles, and the Peeble surname, along with Peter-Pollock lines of the Petty kind, use parrots.

It is the Italian Capote's who share a mule with the Chamberlain donkey tracing to the Duncan line that Madad derived in, and Cimmerian-suspect Chamberlains and Capone-related Champs are expected from "Campania," location of Capua and their Capua/Capone surname. But Cimmerians are expected to be from "Umbria," location of ASSisi. Siward ruled NorthUMBERland. Don't under-estimate the donkey link to geographical Ass terms. The Chappes'/Chaips were first found in the Athol theater. Chaip's were first found in Perthshire, a place I trace to mythical Perdix, a pirate-like term. The Pert surname (more mascles) may be a branch of Perrots (Peters use more mascles), evoking the parrot symbol of pirates. The Dorians (think ESSenes of Dor) appeared to be all over this Caiaphas line, and here we find Megiddo-and-Dorian-suspect Macedonian pirates that may apply, thriving at the Dyrrachium theater...where Durham, on the southern side of Northumberland, traces.

If I recall correctly, the Saxe surname, in Caffey/Coffer colors, uses partridges, the ancient Perdix symbol. Caffey dolphin goes to the laurel symbols we saw in the Larino lines. However, it can also go to the Penestae location if it was named by the namers of the Peneus river, beside the Ladon river. Both mythical Peneus and Ladon were made fathers of Daphne (she had both the laurel and dolphin symbol). This is a very good theory because "Peneus" traces to Panias, beside Laish, while the latter should trace to "Lissus/Lesh" on the same river as Penestae. Panias is the entity that named the phoenix, in my opinion, and therefore what named the Phoenicians, and this phoenix traces to the red eagle of Tarans/Tarents whom in-turn trace to Taranto, the place using mythical Taras on a dolphin in its Coat of Arms.

Then there is the two-headed Speck/Spack/Spock eagle, in red, that may be a sign of a Roman alliance with Syphax lines. In the last update, this eagle was found in the French Alex/Alexandre Coat. Carthaginians had made some alliances with Seleucids (I'm not familiar with the details), and so why not also with the Balas-Maccabee Seleucids?

As Penestae is on the DRIlon river (emphasizing "DRI"), it could be named by some TYRE entity. A third father of Daphne was TIRESias. The Odrysians at Arda are possibly in play as the namers of the Drilon river, beside the Deuriopes. This recalls a Dryops entity of the Greeks.

The Lychnidus location at the source of the Drilon traces tentatively to lake Sevan, and so I expect proto-Sadducees on the Drilon. Arda elements (example, Arddu in north Wales, near Mona) was suspect with the HasMONeans, and then we have an Has location downstream on the Drilon from a Pendragon-suspect Penestae, and, meanwhile, Odrysians of Arda are suspect in the naming of the Drilon. To what did this Has location trace? As it was down-river from Kukes, what about the Googe's using the boar colors of the Molle boars? Can this trace Has to HASkins / Heskins as per Eschyna de-Molle? We just saw the Maddock/Maddix Coat linking to Haskins. Was this a Maedi merger with Has?

Mythical Medea was a worshiper of the disgusting cult of Hecate (given a dog symbol perhaps for the Khyan-suspect Caeni), tracing to the Hecabe>Hector Trojans that I identify as HYKSos. The latter can easily name the Axius river, location of the Maedi entity. But "Hyksos" may also soften to an Ass term such as "Essenes" or "Assisi." In Egypt, Hyksos were "Heka KHASewet," and the latter term was traced to "Kizzuwatna" in Cilicia, not far from the Hayasa Azzi. It looks like there should be a connection. It looks like Ass terms go to the Hyksos. Might "Has" apply? Were Hasmoneans from the Hyksos Hebrews?

The Hyksos also had a king, Salatis, which may trace to the Sallete variation of the Sale's. I didn't know about the Sale location at the land of Kikon(e)s until recently, but have been tracing the Khyan Hyksos to Kikons for years. The Cauceonsii may apply here, but the Caucones of the Troy area are especially suspect as a Kikon/Cicones branch. Hyksos were "Asian" Hebrews, but I traced them the Haik, the god of ancient Armenia, and then these Kikon swan liners come out of Armenia too.

The logic was that Khyan's Hyksos were responsible for a myth writer naming Ixion (chariot-wheel symbol), whom I traced to Kikons, and further to Cycnus of Liguria, always linkable to Salyes Ligurians. The heraldic "saltire," a pirate-flag symbol, may have been code for "Sallete / Salatis," and then I claimed that Hyksos developed into the so-called "Sea Peoples," who sought to take Egypt back as a league of Trojans, Lydians and Carians, as well as the Meshwesh "Libyans." It seems that Templar pirates, using the black saltire, trace back to these numbskull Hyksos. Khyan, the Exodus pharaoh, didn't know the power of God when it hit him in the face. His son's name (I can't recall the spelling, something like YanASSI) may even trace to "Jonathan / Jannaeus."

The Candavii mountains on the east side of the Drilon are expected to a merger with the Capua surname, and so "Capua" may derive in GABUleum," on the Drilon between Penestae and Has. Yes, Capua's are expected from "Cavii," but the latter may have named Gabuleum, smack at modern Kukes. Illuminatists, like Khyan, take pride in resisting God...even though they know that God will destroy them. It's the mentality of a kook to take such pride. To justify themselves, they wrongly malign and criticize the nature and personality of God, and they will seek you to be one of their followers in the hex-hex-hex empire, otherwise known as the coming 666.

The El-Gabal cult was co-founded by an Azizus fellow about the time of the first Hasmoneans. I had traced the Arthurian cult to Hyksos long before finding Arettium, near Assisi. I traced these two cities to "Arethusa," Syrian location of the early El-Gabal cult of Azizus. Finding Gabuleum in the Cavii theater, it thus helps to trace Hasmoneans to Has, and to trace "Azizus" to some entity near Has. Might "Assisi" be a soft version of "Axius"? Why does the Hawk surname use a "pilgrim's STAVES" (the symbol also of the Pilgrim surname)? Aren't the Stave's/Stevens from "Stobi" on the Axius? See also the Hawkeswell/Axelrod Coat.


Alexander Bylazora?

Wikipedia traces the ancestry of Seleucus I to an alliance with Thesprotians of Epirus, who sound like they originated in Thessaly, home of Ixion, his Muses, and of Jason of the Argo...pirate ship, right? Jason's father, AESon was an Ass term wasn't it? Do you think the Aeson > Iason line can go to Has? Thessaly is also the place to seek earliest Dorians proper, but read the Doris/Orris write-up to see that this surname is traced to Thessaly elements. The fact that Ixion lived in Thessaly begs the question of whether Seleucus was named after Sale elements from the mouth of the Hebros, in the land of Kikons. Couldn't "Hebros" have named "Epirus"? The Caeni (i.e. suspect with Chaonians of Epirus) lived near the mouth of the Hebros, and LYSimachia of that area is suspect as proto-Maccabee liners at Lissus, not far downstream from Has. Are we making sense?

On the Axius river, before it flows to Stobi, there is a Bylazora location (Roman-Illyricum map), which struck me as a line to Blade's and therefore to Blatand Bluetooth, what I pegged (years ago, not now for making a fine-sounding story) as the immediate ancestry of the Dol Alans. Stubbs from Stobi were just found to be proto-Stewarts, right?

Azzi we read this section, keep thought to the similarity between "Balas" and "Bylazora, for Alexander Balas was a Seleucid king. Things are getting as compelling as an itch on the Azizus needing a good scratching. Let's see what we find under the surface.

The Blade's use pheons, trace-able to the Paeoni, and they are white pheons, the colors of the Stubb pheons. "Blade" is suspect as a Pilate variation because Pilate's use white pheons too, though the Pilotte branch uses grails. It's of supreme importance now that the Shaws use the Pilotte grails, for we are seeking a Cavii link to Numidia. The Shaws will come up again below in a Dent topic.

The black Blade talbot can now take Bylazora's Paeonians to the Agrigento > Craig > Carrick line. We can't deny that much because the Blade write-up says that Blade's claim to descend from "Drago de Bewere" It's even harder to argue against knowing now that the Apsus river traces to "Hypsas," for Acragas elements are tracing to the Corragum location on an Apsus tributary. All this should explain why Blade's are in the colors of the Caffeys/Coffers and Cafferys, for the latter use the Craig horse-and-rider (for those who don't know, Carricks, the ones with the black talbot dog, are said to be from the Craig surname).

The Carrick dancette goes to Donnus, father of Cottius, doesn't it? We will see below why "Donnus" and the Dance/Danse surname can trace fundamentally to Bylazora. If you know your Danaus mythology, you likely guessed already. To this we can add that, while Donnus traced to the Dine's/Dinauts, the Dine's/Dives' were first found in the same place as Coverts/COFFERts, Dans, Danners, Dane's and Deins. Just do the math.

Drago de Bewere is assumed to be the Were/Vere surname, and the beaver in the Arms of Oxford may even be code for Bewere liners. The Blade write-up says that the family had a BURSEblade variation while Burse's use nearly the Italian Garin/Guarini Coat. Burse's are expected as a branch of Pierces / Percivals, because all three were first found in Somerset, and then the Paeoni stars of English Garins/Guerrins are pierced. To put it another way, the Grail-King > Swan-Knight line is tracing to Drago de BeWere.

As you can read, the Wears/Were's are said to be from the Axe river in Somerset, what could certainly trace to the Axios. The axe in the Drake Crest can now trace to the Axios, begging the question of how many other heraldic axe's go there. As Bylazora is on the Axios, it supports a trace all-the-more of Blade's to that place's name. It gives us a new key, confidently.

Now that we know how Wears trace to Paeonia, let's re-visit the Arms of Argentera, using the Wear bend, for this traces Paeonians with little doubt to Cuneo, tending to verify that Astibus in Paeonia traces to Asti of Cuneo. We now have the question of whether Cuneo was named after Chaonians / Cannae elements, not forgetting that Joseph Caiaphas is expected from the Guess/Guest / Chesny / Chanut / Knight line to Cnut, grandson of Blatand Bluetooth. The Joseph-Caiaphas trace to Guess'/Guests was an important find late in the last update; it's recommended reading for the hunt that promises to follow.

The reason that the Bylazora location was brought up at all was as per entering the Dent surname from the motto of the Caffeys/Coffers. This was as the axident waiting to happen. It just can't be coincidental, for "dent = tooth. Ask BlaTAND.

The Dents are said to be from a Dent location in SEDburgh, surrounded by a larger Dentdale area. Don't we expect Caiaphas elements from Sadducee terms? The Caffey motto phrase of concern is "Non proviDENTIA SED, possibly linking others, such as Walsh's, who use "sed" in their motto, to Sedburgh.

To put it another way, Seatons and their kin trace to Sedburgh of Yorkshire, and it's in Yorkshire that the Caepio line is expected from Bruce's (and Hallands). Reminder: the blue Bruce / Halland lion is used by Sadlers/Saids/Sadleighs, but it can now be added that Sadlers were first found in the same place (Wiltshire) as the Mortons whom Walsh's honor in their motto, thus proving that Dents are a Sion line. That should explain why Dents use the ermined lozenges of Thicks, suspect with the ermined lozenges of Sithech-rooted Shaws that are a known line of Chives/Shives...now tracing with no doubt to the Cavii. Do the mathis.

The Sadler motto goes to Servitium, which, if Servitium is the base of "Servilia" Caepionis, is no small point when the blue Caepio lion is in view.

Therefore, the Dents have proven to trace to the Bylazora theater. It's a natural expectation to have Pontius Pilate is tracing potentially to this picture. However, I've yet to nail down whether Blade's trace to Pontius Pilate, or to "Bleda," brother of Attila, or to both. Recall the question above: Aren't the Stave's/Stevens from "Stobi" on the Axius? Couldn't that Axius line trace with Bylazora elements to St. Etienne, location of mount Pilat? Are the Billets (use Payen stars, probably), therefore, kin of Bellows, to be traced to Bylazora"? Recall how Stobi had shown signs of linkage to Scopi, for Skipton-related Shiptons use bellows.

The Blade saltire is used by one Frank surname while another Frank surname uses the Pollock saltire, tending to trace Blade's to Pula at Istria, which is the Losinj theater that the lozenges under discussion trace to. Both Frank surnames use "nati" in their motto, and then Natts are using what should be the Saddock/SEDwick Shield.

So, as Dents are Blade's, it's exactly the underlying implication of BLATant "Bluetooth." Dents and Blade's were even first found in the same place (Yorkshire). The Natts are a Jewish surname, shown properly as "Nathan," but the curiosity is that it's traced in its write-up to "Johnathan." When I see that name alongside a Dent-Sed entity, I see Jonathan Maccabee, the one who formed a strong alliance with Alexander Balas! I can't get online right now due to a storm, but if I recall correctly, Welsh Johns and/or Jones' use axes.

I've always suspected that Blatand was a branch of, or code for, the Dents. This is not the first time. Dents and Blade's together were first found in the same place as Blaze's, the latter being strikingly like "BYLAZora." The Blaze Chief looks to be a version of the English Joseph Chief (garbs), but with the footless martins (French Joseph symbol) thrown in. How about that.

It's important to bring up the ermined lozenges of Hounds/Houns, for they are in the colors of the same of Dents, and we just saw greyhounds of two surnames, one being the Penes/Penny surname, tracing to the Drilon river. Could it be a coincidence that Bylazora is so close to the Penestae region?

Mythical Belus/Belas, father of Danaus, the line to the Dane pirates, must be in "BYLAZora." This was the Baal line to the Western Bel. Blatand was a Dane king.

The Dents look like they are using a version of the Sale Coat, likely due to the Pendragon-fleur link to the Sale fleur, and then Lys'/Lisse's are the other surname using greyhounds and tracing to the Drilon river. I always connect the Pendragon-Crest helmet to Helms, who emphasize the pheon in the Sale crest upon their bend, in the colors of the Dent bend. And, of course, in this picture, the pheon is of great help in identifying Paeoni lines on the Drilon. The proto-Sale's are expected with Kikones upstream from Penestae, at lake Lychnidus. We can understand why Grail-king and Swan-Knight elements derive from Sevan-based Lychnidus, if the Pendragons traced to it, for these mythical entities were part of Arthurian myth.

Hmm, the Illyricum map shows the location spelled, "LychNITUS," a possible reason for the "Knight" term. Plus, as was shown not many updates ago, the Knight surname was in honor of "Canute," a grandson of Blatant.

Like I always said, PENdragons are a branch of Payens and/or Pine's/Pyne's, always suspect with the Israeli priesthood, and here, finally, it's making even more sense than a Pendragon trace to the Salto river. Now the Pendragons are tracing to the Cavii theater, and with no doubt at all, the Cavii were the line to Caiaphas. That's why it's important that Hounds were first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Julians/Gillians (and Capone's).

The Dents are said to have had an early Denet variation, and then there are two Denet Coats. The English Denet's (ermined Shield) were first found in Sussex along with Dans, Danners/Daniels (lozenges in Shaw-lozenge colors, and the Canute-suspect unicorn), Deins, Diens, Dane's/Denne's (axe's), and I imagine still others of similar name. Sussex is where Saddocks (in Denet colors) were first found, now tracing by their SEDwick variation to the Sedburgh location in Dentdale.

We are discovering a fundamental link between Sadducee lines and Dan terms that should trace to "Tanais," at lake Maeotis, home of the Alan Huns and of the Sittaceni. But proto-Danaans at Tanais are taking us to Bylazora, but not before coming out of Egypt as part of Hyksos elements. Maeotis was also "Azov," a term that could have named the Axius from an Asius / Asia entity. The Has location may apply to "Azov," therefore, very good reason for expecting Has elements in league with Sittaceni on the Drilon river. It makes perfect sensii.

Dennis' show nothing but axe's that can trace to Bylazora...home of Hyksos, right? It looks like Bylazora elements crashed into Sussex, and Ixion-branch Hyksos have long been traced to the Cantii founders of neighboring Kent, while the maps shows Candavii mountains along the Drilon river. The southern end of the Candavii range is at lake Lychnidus, where the Ixion-swan line is expected...in a trace to Cycnus Ligurians, tending to clinch a "LIGure" trace to the name of this lake. Ixion was father to CENTaurs, thus tracing Centaurs to the naming of the Candavii mountains.

Aha! I had identified Centaurs as the Heneti, and while the latter lived in the Parthenius river, there is a "Parthini" area smack to the west side of the Candavii mountains! Good one, John. The horseshoes of your axius are with you today.

Where Dennis' are traced in their write-up to "Dionysus," the potential is to trace them to Carians, the namers of EpiCaria, the home of the Cavii. Downstream from Epicaria is showing, CARAvantis. Might Carbon elements apply?

French Denets (Brittany) look like Alans of Dol for sharing a red fesse with Alans. French Dennis' use the red fesse in the two colors of the Alan fesse. French Denets are also "Jordan," and were for that reason traced to the Benjamite-Jabesh alliance (Jabesh-Gilead was on the Jordan river). I had even traced this Benjamite-Jabesh merger, aside from Denet/Jordan considerations, to Tanis, in Belus-depicted PELUSium (in the Nile Delta), origin of mythical Danaus. Therefore, the Benjamite-Jabesh merger can trace to Bylazora and associated locations.

"Jabesh" was traced to "Ephesus," the entity now suspect at the Apsus river, which, for the first time, has traced to the Hypsas river...which is exactly where I traced (months ago) the Benjamite-Jabesh merger by other means. On the very day that I received an eye-opening revelation on the Benjamite-Jabesh merger, it was traced though Laish to mythical Laius, at Boiotia, and from there to Laius' queer partner, Chrysippus (suspect as Creusa at Agrigento), a son of Hippodamia (wife of disgusting Pelops), a term somewhat suspect with "Epidamnia," the Illyrian / Albanian coast stretching from the Apsus river to Laish-suspect Lissus. That works. It verifies the correctness of the Jabesh trace through Laish and to Ephesus.

Laish is where a cruel and criminal Dan entity conquered that is suspect from Tanis. Laish is said in Judges to have been a Sidonian city, and these Sidonians may have named the Sithones (branch of Mygdone Edones), who trace very well to mythical STHENelus, father of Cycnus. LYCURgus, the mythical king of Edones, is now tracing very well as a proto-Ligurian peoples at lake Lychnidus. It just so happens that Lycurgas was made a son / father of Dryas. It's the Dor-Megiddo line to Paeonia, isn't it. After all, Joppa is not far down the Israeli coast from Dor.

Perseus at Joppa (suspect with "Jabesh") married a daughter (AndroMEDA) of CEPHEUS, and he, a proto-Danaan, was traced by me some years ago to the Parthenius river now tracing to the Parthini entity between Lychnidus and Dyrrachium. Perseus with Andromeda gave birth to the Gorgon mother of a Sthenelus.

I kid you not that the Sussex Denets use a motto term, "proviDENTiam," proving that they are from the Denet surname found in the Dent write-up. Don't begin to think that the "Dei" motto term of Dents is a holy-to-God attitude in this family. It was the Caffey/Coffer motto term, "providentia," that took us to Dents in the first place. The dolphin in the Caffey/Coffer Crest, coupled with the red-on-white roses in the French Denet/Jordan Coat, are sufficient to indicate the Caesar surname, for the French Alan Coat was already traced to the French Julian Coat.

It can now be established that Coverts/COFFERts (likewise first found in Sussex) are a Cavii branch from both Coffer surnames. The Covert fesse and footless martlets can connect to the Denet fesse and Alan / Hips martlets. It means that Cavii were lock-stock in Sussex, from the Benjamite-Jabesh merger, with elements galore from Hebron, and from the wickedness of Jerusalem that God intends to stamp out from the earth, as soon as the full number of converts is attained.

The curiosity is that Denets are said to be from a D'Anet location in Normandy, seemingly obliterating their roots in Dan-like entities. It just so happens that D'Anet is said to be near Dreux. That has the potential to trace Denets to Dreux-suspect Dyrrachium. The Denets had already traced to this entity shortly above, tending to verify that Drews/Dreux's are from Dyrrachium. If that trace tends to obliterate a "Drake / Dreux" trace to "Thrace," perhaps the Odrysians (of Thrace) named Thrace, resolving the conflict.

I have the sense that Dents and Denets were not originally from "Anet." There can be some cases where French / Latin terms beginning with 'D' or 'L' can corrupt to forms, such as D'Enet or L'Enet, especially if the term after the apostrophe is pertinent in itself. For example, "Anet" smacks of mythical Annete (I can't recall if that's the correct spelling), wife of mythical Aeneus at Aenus. It's exactly the area where the Drilon-theater peoples are tracing.

"Annuit coeptis," a Masonic term in relation to the founding of the United States, is an Annas-Caepio combination code, isn't it? The Anet surname (the Dein crescent?) has stars in colors reversed to the Annas and Angus stars, and was first found beside Angus, or at Fife, where Caepio's must trace. We had just found that the Arniss river at the Apsus theater is a term registered with the Annas surname...i.e. that shows, curiously, an Arness variation. But now we have the same curiosity where the Anet surname is shown as "Arnett." This speaks of Dent links to Annas lines, completely understandable where Dents trace to the Drilon.

The brother of mythical Danaus had a son, Lynceus, and then, by no apparent coincidence, we find a Lyncus location in a Lyncestae region (Illyrium map) not far south of Bylazora. It's important that this Lyncestae/Lyncestis entity is to the near south-east of lake Lychnidus, for Danaus and his brother are to have ancestry at lake Maeotis while Lychnidus is to trace to lake Lychnis = Sevan, while it is to be expected that the Sittaceni of Maeotis named Soducena at Lychnis. Then, something that was missed when on the Lychnidus topic above: there is a Sation location shown on the southern shores of lake Lychnitis, smacking of Soducena on the southern shores of Lychnis.

[Update -- I didn't know that the Penes/Penny Crest is a lynx until this update was published. I thought it was a boar. This clinches the Penes/Penny trace to Penesate.]

Can you feel it in your bones that Sation elements are to the Seatons and other Sadducee lines? One may even expect a Ligurian tribe with a Satin-like look to it. English Satins are listed with Suttons (Nottingham), which share the seated lion of Holders and Maddocks/Maddix's. The Satin/Sutton motto is that of the Maness/Manner Coat. Satins are said to be from "Dreu de Montaigu...in the train of the Count of Mortain." The Satins/Suttons are said to have become lords of the DUDley manor, important as per Dodona elements. The Dodds were treated in the last update, and found to use a "copia cautes" motto phrase tracing hard to the Cotta>Caiaphas line. The Cappeo lion is blue, the color of the winged Satin/Sutton lion.

It has just occurred that while "LychNITIS is the reason for "Swan Knight," his name, "LOHENgrin" -- which traces to swan-using Locks and Lokens, but also to Lohans/Logans -- is code for "LYCHNitis" elements!!! That is, "Lohen = Lychn." That is a huge realization, clinching the trace of this lake to lake Sevan, and simultaneously clinching the identification of the mythical / heraldic swan with "Sevan."

This realization came to mind when entering "Lick" just now seeking surnames trace-able to Lychnitis. The swan in the Scottish Lick Crest was very welcome! It's the swan design of the French Josephs (no longer shown). These Licks are also "Lock," and were first found in the first place (Peebles) as Caiaphas-suspect Shepherds. The first motto term of the Licks/Locks may have "Assi" as an intentional code for Azov elements.

As the Petty parrots traced to Peeble's, it's notable that the English Licks are listed with Lucks/Luke's using a pelican in Crest (Petty's are in code with "pelican in her piety"). Licks/Luchs use greyhounds having traced to multiple locations on the Drilon, and moreover they use what could be construed as white, ermined lozenges, the symbol of Hounds/Houns...linking to the Dent lozenges.

On the west side of lake Lychnitis, there is a location that, to the best of my ability to see, is "Kerax," smacking of the Cyrus river (now the Kura) flowing not far north of lake Sevan. The Aras (a Cyrus tributary) to the south of Sevan was also "Arax."

Therefore, we have found some Sevan elements of BC times right where they are expected to form Sadducees, right at the toes of Caiaphas. I am very elevated in spirits at this. I've been asking God concerning my fantasy: am I almost finished?

The Lecks/Lakeys (pegged as a merger with Tancreds / Hawthorns), who may be using the Quint chevron and the Caesar roses, were first found in the same place (Stirlingshire) as Chappes'/Chaips.

On the very north shore of Lychnitis, there is a Claudanum location, beside what looks like a "Patrae" location, perhaps Julian-important where emperor Claudius was a Patrician liner of the Julius gens.

The Wikipedia article on Bylazora mentions the possibility that Gauls had stacked the city at about the time of the appearance of Maccabees in Israel: "Bylazora is also mentioned by Livy in his 'The History of Rome' when Perseus in 168 BC arranged military support from the Gauls who were campaigning in Desudaba, Maedica, requesting the Gaulish army to shift their camp to Bylazora..." This could possibly explain the connection to the (Gaulish) Salyes theater. Maedici was a location of the Maedi Thracians mentioned earlier. The Maedi are shown beside the DENTHeletae.

When seeing the Dentheletae again just now, a Strime surname (stags) was checked because the area is on the Strymon, and what came up but a "SED CAVEO" motto phrase!!! The surname is properly, Strawn/Straughan/Strachan, and said to include an early STRATHecan variation, suggesting the Streets/Strethe's (first found in the same place as stag-using Stewarts) and/or Strattens.

It is a jolt to find a "sed" motto term in a surname having "Strime" listed with it. It was not many hours ago when it was realized that "sed" motto terms should go to Sedburgh in DENTdale, and here the Strime surname was looked up only due to the sight of the DENTHeletae.

"Sed Caveo" is of obvious importance toward a Sadducee-Caepio combination. To find that the surname using the phrase is likely a Stewart branch is expected, yet the element of surprise is there too. The write-up speaks on a valley of Aan (that the surname lived at), evoking the stags of the Anne's/Hanne's of Caepio-studded Yorkshire. Shouldn't we expect a Strymon- or Paeoni-based surname of the Stewart kind to link to Annas if it uses "caveo" as a motto term?

It was at this time, upon sensing that "Strath" may have been a version of "Stuart," that the Start surname (shown properly as Stirrett/Sterrett/Starrett) was checked, finding a saltire in the colors of the Annan saltire as well as the black Julian cross design in both Coat and Crest. Isn't that to be expected where Caepio's merged with Julius Caesar? It's all-the-more important where the Strime/Strachen motto is translated with a "CAUTious" term, suggesting the Caut/COTTA surname.



ChesnyMate

I'm asking what good it would do to find Caiaphas' parents when, if heraldry and other pieces of circumstantial evidence is all there is, it can't be proven absolutely. But even if it's known absolutely, why would it have any effect? The bottom line is that, should it be understood that Masonry is all about the lines of Caiaphas, it sets off a revolt -- of a big rushing sound -- against Freemasonry, and those who take pride in their Illuminatisim. It sets Freemasons off against Masonry. It can reveal the founders of Freemasonry as liars.

It wasn't until now, I kid you not, that the Brigios location at lake Lychnitis was noted, and so that detail was inserted earlier (the last update) near the mention of Nicia. The two locations trace to Liguria, one of them to Brigantium near Modane. But at this time, I also noted what looks like "Pons Servila" at the north shores of lake Lychnitis, where the naming of Servilia Caepio can trace tentatively. As Julius Caesar traces to Guillestre, not far south of Brigantium, and on the same river, isn't it interesting that he had an adulterous affair with Servilia Caepio? This Servilia location is on the river that the Cavii live on. Hello?

It's necessary for Julius Caesar's ancestry to trace to Guillestre; it may be his descendants who trace there. Do you think Chaine's/Cheneys can trace to one of the rivers at Guillestre: "The village lies in the northwestern part of the commune, on the left bank of the Chagne, a stream, tributary of the Guil, which forms all of the commune's northern border, before flowing into the Durance..." I had no idea that I'd be introducing this Chagne topic when writing the first sentence in this paragraph. It happened only because I revisited the Guillestre article after writing the first sentence. The Chaine's/Chenays are in the colors of the blue cross in the Arms of Guillestre. Do you think "Chagne" could develop into "Chesne(y)"?

There is a Chagne/Chagnot surname, first found in Forez (may include the Guillestre theater), and it uses what could be the Ferrari / Sforza lion, and yet it can also be construed as the Chess lion! The Chagne lion holds a white-on-blue sword, the color of the Chaine/Chesney sword (it showed much longer in the past)? As per the Chanot variation, "Chesnot gets the Chanot/Chenu surname (linkable to the upside-down white-on-blue wings of the Geneva/Genova Coat).

This is the first time that I've noted the Chagne term, and dealt with it. I think it's amazing, coming after the "game of guess" and "game of chess" topic late in the last update. That topic, which I said seemed like a move of God for us, linked quite-apparently to Josephs at the very time of asking which family may have had Josephs that named Joseph Caiaphas. It was convincing that the Guess/Guest / Chess / Chesney surnames should prove to apply, and here we are at a very-interesting development. At this point, it looks like Caiaphas was a Cheney liner (out of Guillestre), for Khyan was otherwise known as "Apachnas," which term I've traced in the long past to "Pagan," i.e. the Payen surname...sharing the gold-on-blue chevron of Chaine's/Chesneys.

I've read that "Khyan" meant "John." Whether that's true or not is irrelevant. It may be code for the Chain surname (no 'e') with Cheyne variation, said to be from "John." It doesn't sound correct to trace "Chain/Cheyne" to John." The idea may have arisen where some Masons had identified "Khyan" with "John" for whatever reasons.

The Chaine/Chesney write-up traces them to a 6th-century "Cassanus" surname, and then to a merger with vikings in the 10th century (general time of Rollo), wherefore the Chaine/Cheyne cross, being virtually identical with the Sinclair (and Conan) cross, becomes important. The gold Sinclair rooster then connects to the same of the Guillestre-suspect Guellies surname (first found in the same place as Payens), using a version of the French Julian/Gillian Coat, both of which have the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Panico's/Pane's.

When speaking on the Rollo-Sinclair merger with Chappes in a recent update, it wasn't certain whether Rollo had merged with the Chappes', or whether it took place at an earlier / latter time. I now announce that Chains / Chaine's were Chappes liners merging with the Rollo vikings. It can be surmised already with what's being said here, but then there is the Duke/Dook surname (in Chaine/Chesney colors), showing "chaplets" in the colors of the similar "annulets" of the Chappes- and "Kaip-related Ottone Coat, important because Chaine's/Chesneys are also "DUCHene" and similar variations.

The claim that the family derives in a "Cassanus" term seemingly obliterates the hunch that "Ches" is a version of "Joseph." At this time, "Cassanus / Chesne" is being traced to "Chagne," which does not appear to have anything to do with "Joseph." However, the heraldry in the last update seemed to assure a Joseph link to this surname. It just so happens that English Cassans (triple red chevron) were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as English Josephs!

Cassans speak only to the Chesne version, but there's a question as to whether the Chen-like variations link to, or provided, Conte's/Comitissa's (Durham) and Cone's (both use antlers) honored in the "Commit" motto term of Sinclairs. Surely, the Chain/Cheyne-related Conans apply to Conte's / Coens. If the Chesne's provided the Con-like surnames, then they can all be traced to the Chagne river. Irish Conans/Cunane's are traced to "rabbit" so that the rabbit-using Conns and Conys/COYNE's can apply too, but note the Donnus-suspect Donnely's are said to be Conan ancestry.

I can make a case for identifying these Con terms with Jewish Cohens/Kagans, and so compare "Kagan" with "Chagne." "Coyny" compare's with both "Cheyne" and the Coyne variation of Irish Cohens (in Chaine/Chesney colors and other Cohen colors). The fact that Jewish Cohens/Kagans use stars in the colors of the Morays stars, as well as the so-called "royal blue" Shield, one can make a case for linkage to Mackays/Caws/Coys at Moray. The Wikipedia article on Clan Mackay shows a chevron in the white-on-blue colors of the Chaine's/Chesneys and Cohens, and with a royal-blue Shield behind it.

Amazing: the thin stripes along the Irish-Conan fesse, used also along the Conn and Cony fesses, is called COTISed!!! We truly needed that to assure a trace to the Donnus>Cottius>Julian bloodline. And it tends to assure the Cheney link to these Con terms, as well as to assure that Cheneys (said to be from Chesney's) are using the Sale bend. The Conys/Coynys likewise call their bars "cotised," but the Conn's do not even though they share the Cony/Coyny Coat (looks like a Meschin-Coat version). Conns call their Fesse, "three gold bars," perhaps hint of the gold bars of Quintus Caepio.

There is a question here as to whether Julius Caesar became extremely powerful due to the Caepio gold bars funding his wars.

The Cony/Coyny "coney" (= rabbit) holds a "pansy," likely code for the Panico/Pane bloodline that was traced to the Pek river's Cuppae area. It's not likely coincidental that the Pansy/Panse Coat uses doves while Cuppae was dubbed, "city of doves." This tends to assure the link implied in the Shield-and-Chief color combination shared by Julians/Gillians and Panico's/Pane's. Watch your head. There are some nasty doves defecating on the world, and I think they took to Washington, District of Colombia (80 percent liberal, perhaps more).

Isn't it striking, like when an overhead dove lets out on your head, that the Cheney martlets are colors reversed from the same of French Josephs/Jose's/Joaze's/Josette's?!? Cheney's use "prudentia major" in their motto while English Josephs use "mago." The JosiANE variation reminds of the Jose's and Goss'/Joss' thought (by me) to use stars deliberately in the colors of the Annas star. The line of Richard Goz, which married the daughter of Herluin de Conteville (the one honored in the Sinclair motto), can now be suspect more than ever with the Joseph-Caiaphas line.

The English Cassan Crest has a blue dove.

"AHA!" The English Joseph motto includes "Cas ni" !!!

Need more be said??? I don't recall seeing that before, but if I did, it wasn't emphasized. Josephs were linked fundamentally to Chesneys!

Even the Clare's are a part of "Cas ni charo," and so the "bull's scalp" of the Cheney Crest can now link to the Charo/Claro bull. The triple red chevrons of English Cassans can now link to the same of Clare's, but then as Mathie's use the Clare chevrons in colors reversed to that of Clare's, while Charo's/Claro's link to Chives/Shives, the Mathie's are linking, as expected, to the Mathis surname (seen in the Chives moline cross).

Of interest here is that, while Eugenium (lower-left of Illyrium map below) is on the south side of the Mathis river, the Eugene/Ewin Coat shows a saltire in the colors of the cross in the Arms of Guillestre. I recognize the indented Eugene chevron to be that also of Tokers (axe), and as the latter share the sea horse with Cohens/Coyne's, safe to say, "Eugene" can link to the Kagan surname and therefore to "Chagne"!!! That is amazing. Heraldry can undress the emperor that completely.
http://www.tribwatch.com/mapAncientIllyrium.jpg

Aha! While Tokers are a branch of Teague's while the latter share the black Julian/Gillian cross, the Caige/Kaig variations of Teague's may now go to the "Chagne" river (Durance tributary). Teague's share the Ripper chevron (showing identical at this time, aside from colors), and while the latter trace to the Riparia river, location of Segusio/Susa (where the Cottius family ruled), this Auger/Auge discussion suddenly recalls that the Ripper traced well to OG, a Rephaite at ancient Jerusalem.

While the Teague-related Tooks/Tolkiens were first found in the same place as Caesars, Cage's/Cadge's were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians, tending to support a Cage / Caige trace to "Chagne." Caesars were first found in Kent, where Kensingtons were first found. Then, while Vere's are traced to Kensington in London, where the Capes' were first found, the Kensingtons (yew tree in Crest) share three white scallops, in the same positioning, as the Capes! This is to be expected where Kensingtons are yet another Cheney branch, especially as Cheneys were first found in Buckinghamshire, at London.

Capes' can be linked easily to both Gardener surnames while Gards are easily identified as Yonge /Jung/June kin. It seems important, therefore, that June's share black-on-white fleur (colors of the Sale fleur) with Irish Conans. It's asking whether Con terms should be traced to Juno/Oeneus/Una lines, but this recalls the hints of recent times that Juno elements ought to trace to terms such as "Genoa / Geneva." I hate to complicate things, but that could be the reality. June's/Junge's/Juvene's were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians, wherefore a June link to Cheney-related Conans is going to be vital shortly below.

It all recalls the trace of the Auger/Eager motto to "Euganeo" (Padova), but then Augers use the Chess lion, likely. French Augers/Auge's (Provence, location of the Durance) have a simple Coat (just a fesse) in colors of the simple Coat of Chanuts/Chenu's (just a chevron). French Augers

Augurs and Euganeo elements had traced to Ugrians, kin of Hungarians; the latter were allies Khazars (and Apachnas-suspect PECHENegs) to which the Cohens/Kagans trace. The question is whether Khazars proper, of about the 6th century AD, named the Chagne river, or whether the river pre-dated Khazars and named them. I had traced proto-Khazars several months ago (perhaps as much as two years ago) to proto-Caseys.

Can the Cassanus > Chesne entity trace to German Cassans/Casane's, sharing a blue fesse with Italian Cassans, first found in Modena?!? Shouldn't we expect Chagne elements at Guillestre to link to Modane?

Italian Cassans are complicating matters because they show also as "Cassius." At the family tree in the page below, JUNia Caepio Tertia (Junia bloodline on her father's side) is shown married to Gaius CASSIUS Longinus. Junia was a daughter of Servila Caepio, the mistress of Caesar. But Junia is not shown as Caesar's daughter. Can this mean that Caiaphas was from Junia and Cassius Longinus? Have I got it all wrong? How do we really know that Junia was not a daughter of Caesar? How did Servilia's husband know whether Junia was his or Caesar's child? The historians were not in the bedroom when Junia's first inklings were being passed along. How do historians really know whose child she was? They didn't have DNA tests in those days.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junia_Tertia

So, the question is whether "Cassius" became the Cassanus surname leading the Chenays. This recalls the hard trace I made of Pattersons ("rege" motto term) to Julius Caesar, and then Irish Pattersons are also "Casan/Cassane / Kissane."

For what it could be worth, English Cassan(e)s are traced in their write-up to "Cassagne," a French location of the Montague. Earlier, it was quoted:

Satins are said to be from "Dreu de Montaigu...in the train of the Count of Mortain." The Satins/Suttons are said to have become lords of the DUDley manor, important as per Dodona elements. The Dodds were treated in the last update, and found to use a "copia cautes" motto phrase tracing hard to the Cotta>Caiaphas line. The Cappeo lion is blue, the color of the winged Satin/Sutton lion

The Satin/Sutton lion is in the colors of the Ripper lions. It had been important because, at the first sight of the Susa location on the Riparia, I sensed that Sittacene / Sittaceni elements had to be on that river. That was several days before learning that Susa is where the Cottius family ruled that married Caesar's family. All along, I was claiming that Cottius' family was a Sadducee one from Soducena elements. The Satins/Suttons are that important already, but it can now be added that the Dudleys in their write-up share the salamander-in-flames with Julians. Not just the Dudley surname, but the Dudley location (at Staffordshire), as you can see in this webpage:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/County_Borough_of_Dudley

Whose blue lion do you think it is, in the Crest of the Arms of Dudley? As Dodds use "copia" in their motto, isn't it the blue lion of Macclesfield too, in that the Arms of Macclesfield likewise used a "copia" motto term??? But as God informed readers some years ago, through a dream of emailer Patterson, that the Caiaphas lion would be a blue one called "something like Cappeo"" (her words), by what cosmic coincidence does the "cautes" motto term of Dodds get the Cotta surname that Caesar married, the same Caesar having sexual relations with Servila Caepio, the same Caesar tracing to the "rege" motto term of Pattersons??? The Patterson/Cassane scallops are in the colors of the Kensington scallops.

The Cappeo dream is recorded in the updates, time and again...but Google won't bring up all my pages if you search "Cappeo" and "tribwatch" together (Google seems to be punishing tribwatch because Google does engage in censorship, inspired by Illuminatists, of course, who cry "censorship" if anyone should like to quench pornographers or demonic writers). If Wikipedia removes the Arms of Dudley, see it's salamander-in-flames here:
http://www.tribwatch.com/coatDudley.jpg

See the Dudley lion in the Dudley Coat too. It's the Sadlar and Louvain lion too, which tends to link Sadlars to Satins/Suttons. Sadlers ("SERVire" motto term) use "sapere" in their motto while the Arms of Dudley uses "Sapiens." The "proSPICIT" term of the Dudley suggests the Space's/Speccots, suspect with Specks/Spacks/Spocks sharing the double-headed eagle with the Arms of Guillestre. As Space's and Spacks were suspect with "Syphax," husband of SOPHONisba, note how her name is like "Sapiens." Can this indicate that the Carthaginians were at Dodona, or linked to Dodona elements?

Dodona is in Epirus, and then Cone's / Conans can trace to Chaonians of Epirus. It can be added that while Sophonisba traced to the Non/Nevin surname, it shares a white-on-blue (Chaine/Chesne colors) fesse with Kensingtons. Nons/Nevins were first found in the same place (Ayrshire) as Cunninghams, in Cone / Conan / Conte colors.

So, Montague's are in the Satin/Sutton write-up along with Julian-related Dudleys that link without doubt to the Caepio surname, and Montague's are also in the write-up of Cassans that trace to the Chagne river at Guillestre. English Montagu's/MontaCUTE's (Wiltshire) are then traced in their write-up to a COUTANce location on Normandy while Coutons (said to be a Cuthbert branch) use fretty lattice (!) in colors reversed from the Cotta/Cottin/Cote lattice. That's undeniable evidence for a Cassan trace to Cottius, but it trends to drag Guillestre into the Cottius fold, as expected from other considerations.

The Montagu/Montacute lozenges are in the colors of the German Cassan lozenges. "MontaCute" gets the Cuthbert-related Cuttes' (Sale bend?), first found in the same place (Cambridgeshire) as Julians/Gillians.

Montagu's use a "regula" motto term, while the Conte's (Durham) who share the Cone antlers are said to be from "haughty or regal bearing." That's pretty slick code for children in mens' bodies seeking to rule over the globe. This must be of the Mieszko > Siward line to Durham via Sigrid "the Haughty," and then antlers were used by Zahringers, founders of bear-depicted Berne. Regals are listed with dolphin-using Regans, and, at this point, the Regans can go to the Reges surname in Julius' Caesar's grandmother while the Regal/Regan dolphins can go to the Caesar-Crest dolphin. Plus, Regans trace well to Raines', said to be from "Ragin," but I trace that surname to Rainier of Montferrat, and suppose that his name has to do with the Reno river (home of Julian-related Panico's/Pane's), important because Reno's share lozenges in colors of the Montagu / German-Cassan lozenges. It's English Cassans, from BEARNe, France, who are said to be from the Montagu house of Cassagne.

I'm still disappointed after that difficult and key-laden exercise. It didn't answer the time period in which Cassans trace to the Chagne river, nor did it indicate when that river was given that name, whether before Caesar or after. It doesn't tell me what the namers of the Chagne river were before naming it. But there's hope, because the English Cassans, the ones first found in the same place as Chesne-honoring Josephs, are traced to "CATTESson." They happen to use the Murena tower in their Crest, a symbol also of Capitano's/Cattano's." We now have good indication that the namers of the Chagne river trace to Capitano's. It's probably like saying that Chagne elements trace back to Cassius and Caepio elements together, and that the Hampshire Cassans were both.

As we just saw Chesne elements linking to Capes' at London, especially the Cheneys at Buckingham, it's to be expected that Capitano's are Capes liners. The Capitano tower is used also by English Londons, first found in Berkshire, beside Buckingham. Like the Hampshire Cassans, these Londons have something issuing from a tower in Crest. It's then important that Scottish Londons and Lundys share gyronny with Gagne's, while all three use an inner Shield on an outer Shield. Thus, it seems that Gagne's named the Chagne river. The "Dei dono" motto phrase of Londons and Lundys may now trace to "Dodona" with Julian-related Dudleys and Dodds.

It just so happens that the other French Gagne's use the pierced Payen Zionist stars, in colors reversed to the Zionist stars of Italian Casans/Cassius'.

The Gagne's were traced recently to the Roman-ancient Geganii surname, from a mythical Gyas. Gowers/Gore's seem important here because they are traced to a Gouy location...in Picardy, where the blue-and-white Lundy gyronny traces, because Picards use it too. The Engains/Gagne's, you see, look like they are using a version of the Gore Coat. Then, the Chace/Chase/Chaise surname (in Gace colors) was first found in the same place (Essex) as Gore's. The 'K' shape in the Chace/Chase key is rare but used by Keys and German Kelners/Kellers too.

The above is not strong evidence that Chase's are Chagne elements, but it can be added that the Gore crosslets are in the style of the Julian/Gillian / Teague cross. The Gore crosslets are in the colors of the same Windsor crosslets, which has the effect of tracing to Windsor castle in Berkshire, where Londons and cats trace. The Berkshire's, for example, use a cat, a symbol of Chatan-related Chattans. Cat-using Croms were first found in Berkshire. Kensingtons, using the Capes' scallops, were first found in Kent and Berkshire.

English Keys/Kays use a key in the mouth of a griffin, the same design in the Chace/Chase Crest. The Scottish Key/Kay motto is code for Kinners (which once showed the same bird design as Keys). The other English Keys (share a black Shield with Keelers/Kellers) use a solid chevron almost like that of Rippers, and both surnames were first found in the same place (Yorkshire). As the Ripper chevron is identical (different colors) to the Teague/CAIGE/Kaig/Keage chevron, it appears solid that Caige's (and probably Cage's) are a branch of Chace's/Chase's. Keys are said to be from "ceog," but they too are figuring into the Caige/Kaig bloodline. The stag in the Cage Crest has all three features identical with the stag in a Key Crest.

It's where the Teague's/Caige's share the black-on-white Julian cross that Chace's/Chase's may trace to "Chagne" with less doubt than would otherwise be the case. This entry of Chase's into the picture may have to do with "Caesar" at the root of "Khazar," especially if "Kagan" traces to "Chagne." The Caseys have not yet entered the picture so far as Casey-Coat symbols go, but "Chase" certainly allows Caseys to be suspect.

Then, the Case Coat happens to share the black-on-white bendlets of the Keys/Kays, and, moreover, the Case bend-with-buckle's is pegged with certainty to the a version of the Stubb bend-with-buckles because Italian Case's share blue nebulee bars with Stobbys. The green griffin with key-in-mouth of the Chace's/Chase's is probably as Leslie-related as the buckles of the Case's.

The apparent fact that Case's trace with Stubbs and Stobbys to Stobi of Paeonia evokes the neighboring Doberus area off the Strymon river, for the Leslie-griffin design is used by both Dobers and Dobermans. Of interest here is that, while Stobi elements traced to raven-depicted vikings, the Casey/Caissy surname using crows shares a white-on-blue bend (colors reversed to the Leslie bend-with-buckles) with Dobers. The Case bend is colors reversed to the Doberman bend.

The gyronny term recently traced to Gerunium / Gerione (Molise), suspect with mythical Geryon. The Geryon-related Cacus entity at Rome was suspect with the Geganii surname. One could expect Cone / Conan elements at Molise where the latter traces to Molossians at Epirus, location also of Chaonians. Conns are also "Chaune," and perhaps lattice-using Caens/Canns apply to Chaonians. That could trace Chaonians to Cheneys now linking hard to the Cotta / Coutan bloodline. However, it's compelling to leave "Cheney" all alone as a version of "Chagne/ Chesne." The Con-terms may be separate from Cheneys and yet linked to them.

Cone's were first found in Kent too, important where Caesars were first found there too, for Cone's are traced in their write-up to a Fairbourn location while Fairburns (Quint chevron?) use a "cede" motto term for Seeds/Cedes/Seete's, the ones using the same Chief as Caesars.

The Cantii namers of Kent are now tracing to the Candavii on the west side of the upper Drilon river. Along the middle Drilon, the Has location. Then, the Has/Haase surname uses only a hare, perhaps in league with the rabbit symbol of Conns, Conys and Conans. The Has hare is in the design of the Conn / Cony "coneys." It was Italian Cassans who were first found at Modena, and the Capitano's/Cattans were first found in the same area. Servilia Caepio(nis) was a half-sister to Cato the younger, which may explain the Capitano's/Cattano's from one of her children.

In the lower-left Illyrian map (put it on a separate browser if you want to dig into these topics), there is a Chonaera location in Epirus.

Another thing to record is that the Coon-and-Cony-related Irish Conans are said to trace by their rabbit to a man named Dugal. It could be Duke-important, and therefore Duchene-important, though the main point is that Douglas' share the Julian / Dudley salamander-in-flames. "DUDhglas," one Gaelic version of the Douglas', is traced to "black stream" wholly ignoring the "Dudl(ey)" look to the term. At this point, I don't think it's coincidental that the engrailed cross of Hardys, like the engrailed cross of Conans and Sinclairs, is a colors-reversed version of the cross in the Arms of Guillestre, for Hardys are said to be at the root of Douglas'.

I tend to think that the Duglass variation of Douglas' reveals their origins as a D'Glass bloodline from "GUILLEStre." I don't think that "Dudley" is necessarily a version of "Douglas" to begin with. I think I'll tentatively chose to view Dudleys as Dodona elements moving to the Guillestre area with neighboring Chaonians, and merging there with proto-Douglas'. It just so happens that French Hardys share a black-on-white chevron, with three, black surrounding objects, with Dodds.

LOOK AT THIS! The Chonaera location in Epirus is at the coast from the island of CORKyra. The Chonaera location was only noticed now even though I've looked at this map a hundred times in the past few weeks. Conairs/Conners/Cauners were just loaded because they smack of "Chonaera," and they were first found in Munster, beside Cork! Plus, Conans were first found in Tipperary, beside Cork! Plus, Sullivans (Salyes elements at Briancon) were first found in Tipperary, and they share the black boar of Hardys. The Douglas motto is easily linked to the James surname and the James motto, and then one Coat of the James' (royal Stewarts) use just one symbol, a dolphin, the Caesar symbol. The other James' show a blue lion in Crest.

I am quite sure that Hardys were Herods. It's then interesting that Chessers/Cheshire's (i.e. like "Caesar") are in Gore colors, and first found in the same place as Gore's, but sharing the "hawk's lure" with Herods/Hurls. It's asking whether "Chesney / Cassan" is from "Caesar," which easily explains why Chesney's are tracing to the Chagne river. Is it as simple as that?

Herods/Hurls are, as with Julian-related Teague's, a sept of McLeods. A CHEShire link to Chaine's/Chesneys is easy where the latter showed the Masci wing for years until recently. Cassers (Meschins / Haughts / Flecks / Gace's / Russells?) look like they ought to apply.

The Murena/Moratin tower (used by Towers and both Tour surnames) of the Capitano's/Cattano's is bringing to mind the blue-apple riddle's so-called "Knight's Tour," supposedly a game of chess. At this point, Knights are being viewed as Cnut liners, and so let's re-mention the unicorn (a Cnut symbol) in the Crest of Lombars/Lomers/Lombe's (on a Guerne river), a surname suspect with Molle-related Lumleys / Lomleys, and using a version of the Romney Coat, itself what the counts of Blois used along with a version of the Knight Coat. Siward of Northumberland was the special partner of Cnut due to being related together with Sigrid the Haughty. Siward's Northumberland domain stretched south to Yorkshire, therefore covering Durham, the area suspect with many entities of the Cavii / Mathis / Dyrrachium / Apsus / Chonaera coasts.

I'll admit, there's some confusion as per the meaning to the various Cheney-suspect surnames. After writing the above, I clicked on the link to the husband of Junia Caepio Tertia. His brother was Lucius Cassius Longinus. I was wondering whether he may have mated with a daughter of Julius Caesar and Servilia, but the very next thing noticed was that Lucius joined a political movement with one Tiberius Canutius, smacking of the Chanut/Cheyne surname (first found in the same place as Payen-related Gagne's). This surname uses a chevron in the colors of the Canut/Cnut/Knot surname...which allows the surname to morph into Nottings and the like. Chances are, the Canut/Cnut unicorn head is that of Cunninghams too.

Scottish Nights/Knaughts ("durum" motto term) were first found in the same place (KirkCUDbrightshire) as Cuttes- and Cute-related Cuthberts. It looks like the Knight's Tour links excellently to the Chesney-Chagne topic, especially if Brightshire traces to Brigantium = Briancon. To clinch a Will trace to the Cotta>Julian line, English Wills use fretty lattice, as well as the black griffin in the Bright Crest. Brights look like a Macey branch, suggesting Ranulf de Briquessart, which in-turn suggests Maceys / Meschins at Briancon.

Velis' (Northumberland) linked to Julians/Gillians while Scottish Velis'/Wills (axe, "As" motto term) show the Enfield-griffin design much like that of Towers/Lofwicks. The latter are traced to Kendells using dolphins (on a Shield format like that of Hardy's), and then the dolphin-using James' translate their motto with a "love" term, recalling the Luffs/Love's that ought to be in the Lofwick variation of Towers.

The red color behind the swan head in the Velis Crest looks like two side-by-side fitchee crosses, one upside-down from the other. These fitchees look like the same style crosses, in the same red color, as per the Check/Chick Crest...meaning that Checks are suspect as a branch from the namers of the Chagne river. If the Hohen and Cohen checks are a symbol for the Check surname, it speaks for itself in tracing Cohens to the Chagne river.

The Scott Crest likewise uses the black Will / Bright griffin, and Scotts are the ones from Baliol-of-CHILham elements. The Enfield griffin of Kellys/KILLs needs to be mentioned here, because Kellys use a "turris" motto term as well as towers in the colors of the Tower/Lofwick tower. It's suggesting that Kellys are Chilham elements, important where the Catherine wheels of Scotts trace to Jannaeus Maccabee, while I think Keele/Kill elements were at the line of Cilnius Maecenas who married a Murena family, namely, Terentia...who traces to the Tarans/Tarents sharing the CHILL/Child Coat.

Chilhams (trace to Bar along with Scotts) were first found in the same place as Julians/Gillians, and use the same-colored chevron as Chanuts and Cnuts.

The problem is, I don't see Josephs in the circles of Lucius Cassius Longinus. And even if there were, how did they get to Israel? Historians, if they know, are not going to tell us. That's my game of guess.

Danish Cnuts use "pot hangers," and it just so happens that Hangers/Angers were first found in the same place as English Josephs. I wonder whether this surname is somehow a Henry version, from Joseph Henry of Hampshire who reportedly founded the English Joseph surname. Cassers above are probably using the Haught/Haughton Coat, from Sigrid the Haughty, mother of Cnut. The Haught/Haughton Crest shares the bull theme of the Cheney Crest.

Wikipedia's article on the Canutia gens is short and not very helpful. The two men mentioned as part of this gens have short articles that tell nothing of their children. Lucius was killed in 40 BC, allowing him to be a grandfather to Caiaphas.

Before 64 BC [Servilia] became the mistress of Julius Caesar, and remained so until the dictator's death in 44 BC. Caesar was very fond of her and, years later, when he returned to a chaotic Rome after the Gallic Wars, he presented her with a priceless black pearl. It is also said that she offered him her youngest daughter Junia Tertia once his interests began to wane...There was also gossip that Junia Tertia was Caesar's daughter, but it is unlikely that both tales could be true at once.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Servilia_Caepionis

I've yet to see any Wikipedia writers on Roman gens offer a stab at, or simply state, the surnames stemming from a gens. Why not? Are we not supposed to know that surnames derive in Roman names? Are the historians afraid of a flood of new knowledge in this area if they give hint of the truth? Gods forbid that people should know the truth. Is that how it is? People might be able to discern heraldry if we had a clue.

Here's another interesting thing, where Caesar mated with Junia Caepio Secunda. She was mother of Lepidus the younger, father of Aemilia Lepida, First, I'd like to say that her brother was banished from the Roman senate to become the governor of Asia. It gets us closer to Israel. She was engaged to an adopted son of Caesar Augustus, the heir to the Roman throne. She was no small potato. How did she get the opportunity to marry him? Was she a descendant of Julius Caesar? Perhaps. Augustus was in an alliance with Junia Secunda's husband, Aemilia's grandfather. The point is, she was of age to be the sister of Caiaphas, and there is an Emile/Emilly surname, first found in the same place (Hampshire) as English Josephs, and using two grails. Wikipedia says that she was executed in 20 BC for adultery attempted murder.

Earlier in this update, we read that "The Romans responded quickly and sent Lucius Aemilius across the Adriatic in 219 BC [to repel the Illyrian-coast pirates of Demetrius]...The Romans returned to Italy to face Hannibal, leaving unscathed Demetrius' ally Scerdilaidas [Sword-liner suspect] and concluding the Second Illyrian War." Safe to say, the Aemilia women above were from that family.

ZOWIE, the Mile/Mylles/Mills surname, using a moline, was likewise first found in Hampshire, which has the potential to trace Molle's / Moline's to "Aemilia." The Mile Crest is a footless martin, the French Joseph symbol! Let's not forget Milo de Vere of Anjou. There is another Miles/Myles Coat (Hampshire) with a green Chief and a "millrind" in the coat, the symbol of one Felix Coat. There was another Aemilia Lepidus of the first century BC, "wife of L. Cornelius Sulla Faustus...She was the first wife of Augur...One of her grandchildren was consul Faustus Cornelius Sulla " It just so happens that Sellers use "cups" too. See also Mills, Hampshire.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aemilia_Lepida


Moline Founders of L'viv

This section was written about a week before the section above. I decided to end the section above at that spot due to the need of sitting on the new conclusions, and for feeling that it's premature to tackle who Caiaphas' grandparents may have been. I wasn't going to mention that the Miles/Myles Coat uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Ukrainian Roman(ov)s, until realizing that the next section sitting below was the one where Moline's / Molyneux's had traced to the founding of L'viv. That is simply amazing to me, because I had no plan to end the section above with a moline-using Mile surname that then got what should be the Romanov Shield. The roses in the Romanov Chief must be a version of the roses in the Caesar Chief.

Before going on, it's got to be said that, while the Rind surname (looked up as per "millrind") uses "A flower pot containing gillie flowers," the Gillie surname smacking of the Gillian variation of Julians, shares a horizontally-split Shield in the colors of the same of Italian Roman surname. The latter uses the white wolf of the Quillians with a Killin variation...recalling the fact that Keele's/Kills use the quartered Shield of Chives/Shives, the latter using the Mathis moline cross in the black color of the Moline/Moulin moline. Both the Chives / Mathis moline, and the Mile/Mylles moline, have a gold object at the center. It's suggesting, before this section gets under way, that Caiaphas lines were foundational at L'viv. The Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Quillian/Killin Coat, as well as a white symbol in the Coat, is that of the Annas Coat.

As the above supports a Felix inclusion into the discussion, it could just be that Caiaphas was a (grand)son of either Aemilia's mentioned above. It's probably not coincidental that Cnuts use pot hangers while Rinds use a flower pot. Flowers and Potters show the same cinquefoil, and Potters (sea horse) too were first found in the same place as English Josephs. The Potter fesse is in the colors of the three bars used by Cassers and Haughts, which may be part with the same-colored double fesses of Flecks, likely a branch of Felix's who use the millrind as part-code for Rinds.

Siward, who supported Cnut, married the Bamburgh Bernicians who trace to mythical Melusine (a line of Cohens suspect at the Chagne river), mother of MILO de Vere at Anjou. "Cnut was a Scandinavian ruler who conquered England in the 1010s, and Siward was one of the many Scandinavians who came to England in the aftermath of that conquest. Siward subsequently rose to become sub-ruler of most of northern England. From 1033 at the latest Siward was in control of southern Northumbria, that is, present-day Yorkshire, governing as earl on Cnut's behalf. He entrenched his position in northern England by marrying Ælfflæd [Elvin entity?], the daughter of Ealdred, Earl of Bamburgh. "
http://www.geni.com/people/Siward-Biornsson/6000000000424626222

Having said that, let's get to the work that traced to L'viv. It starts at the Skeens, mentioned a couple of updates ago. Skeens use the swords of the Swords, and the latter are said to be named after Siward of Northumberland. The Skeen swords support the gold wolf heads of the Kaips/Kaipff's, jibing with the Caiaphas trace to L'viv by the Moline bloodline. The Skeen motto traces them to Mercia, part of the Bernician fold, and Skeens are said to have been of Mar, clearly a Marsi / Marici line linking well to Mar-related Erskins/Eskins. ESCHYNa de Molle may have been SKEEN / Eskin elements.

It's feasible that "Skeen" could be part of a Saka > Saxon > Saxony line. Recalling that Saxons/Septons use a garland (though they call it a chaplet) while the reported founders of Moline's are said to include Heloise, from a Garlande surname, let me add that Vivian de Molyneux's eldest son, Adam, named one of his sons, SWYRD, important where Skeens are likely using the Sword swords. This has the means to trace Moline's to the Guerra / Guerin liners (Melusine-important) at the founding of the Scots proper.

Alpins/Cappins likewise use the Sword sword with an object at its tip. Then, from Molyneux genealogy page presented earlier: "Adam married Annota GARnett only daughter and heiress of Benedict de Garnett, Lord of Speke, County of Lancashire. Adam and his wife had three children: Gilbert, Robert, and Swyrd." Garnetts (in Guerin colors) thus become suspect with Garlands.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molyneux_(surname)

They trace to the Gari river, location of Segni, wherefore let's not forget that Siward had linked to Segni's/Segurana's and Seagers. They had traced to Seager elements on the Sava. More recently, "Sava" became suspect with "Cavii." More recently still, we had a CHAGNE topic that might just link to "SEGNI." How about that. The resemblance didn't come to mind until the proof read of this section. It may mean that the namers of the Ticino -- and the Laevi and Marici -- may have been fundamental at the Chagne, or that Gauls from the Chagne named the Ticino. The problem is, I'm not at all sure whether Segni's are a Ticino term. It is interesting that one Tease/Tigh surname shares a fesse in colors reversed from the GAGNE/Engain fesse, and that the other Tease/Tess/Teck surname shares a white-on-red saltire with French Julians (i.e. from Guillestre at the Chagne river)! Let's continue.

The Garnets just happen to use the griffin-head design of Kaplans/CHAIPlans (same colors even, and that's the only symbols used by both Coats).

Garrets are in the same colors, and use a "Semper fidelis" motto, which is that of L'viv too, thus tracing Vivian de Molyneux to the namers of L'viv with very little doubt. How about that. Plus, the "Semper" term probably relates to what was said earlier: "The Lume's using the 'sine' motto term are said to have been from 'Adam Lamb of Sympering'..." Not only are Lume's suspect with Lumleys that are in-turn said to be the ancestry of Eschyna de Molle, but it just so happens that L'viv is known also as LEMberg...which makes Lume's/Lambs / Lumleys the co-founders of L'viv. That's petty amazing stuff.

The lion in the Arms of L'viv is in the colors of the Irish Garret lion. Ho-hum, all in a day's work. It tends to mean that Garrets are Garnetts. Both lions are in the same positioning. The expected Garret-Molyneux merger named L'viv, very apparently, and Lumley liners trace there too. But then Gardners (Oxfordshire) use the same griffin-head design

English Garrets are easily pegged as a branch of the Geralds found in the Desmond list of variations, for both Desmonds and English Garrets use a red-on-white saltire, while Desmonds use a "monkey" versus the "monk" in the Garret Crest. The monk holds a "lash," which brings up the Leetch's. It tends to trace Garret elements to the Lissus/Lesh river.

Wikipedia's L'viv article says that this city was named by one Lev, otherwise known as Leo I of Galicia/Halychyna (looks like he's decked out with ermine fur, and perhaps a mace or orb of some sort). Careful here, for the Moulins family could lie to protect their secret. First of all, one needs to check if Leo's name truly was "Lev," or whether that was fabricated to produce a false founder of the city's name. In any case, this Leo (from Kiev royalty, expect Varangian blood) lived AFTER the family of Vivian de Molyneux, wherefore "Lev" may have been named after L'viv, not vice versa.

Leo married the daughter of an Hungarian king and Maria Laskarina. Then, the Lask surname was first found in Aberdeenshire, not only where Leslie Hungarians were first found (almost two centuries before Leo's birth), but beside L'viv-suspect Fife. The Lasks are said to be from the Slain part of Aberdeenshire, and then the Slain Crest is the green Leslie griffin head. The Lask Coat could be a version of the Guit/Wyatt Coat (share similar motto term), and, if so, it's very revealing if the surname goes to "Guitmund," original owner of Moline titles.

Aha! The green Leslie griffin is used by Chace's/Chase's, and the canton of the latter share the same lion, in the same colors, as the Garret lion! We are thus tracing L'viv's founders to the Chagne river, all the more reason to suspect the family of Joseph Caiaphas at that river.

A few comments before continuing. It has just occurred to me that the Knight's Tour chess game involved the Moline's because their moline cross is fashioned like the tops of the rooks in the Rook and Rookby Coats. Rooks and knights are chess pieces. Just as that thought was passing through my mind, I checked the Chick Coat as per recalling Checks/Chicks at the sight of Chess-suspect Chace's/Chase's. The Chicks happen to use the same fork-tailed lion, in the same colors, as the Chess's. This lion is in the colors of the Garret / L'viv lion.

Then, Bishops were checked to find a bend with bendlets (Blois symbol), with the bend in the colors of the bend of Case's who in-turn use bendlets in the colors of the same of Keys who in-turn use the same griffin-with-key design as Chace's/Chase's.

As the Mate's/Matheys use besants in the colors of the Bishop besants, it again seems that Masons, in their spare time, when they're not ruining the world, concoct clever heraldry devices. The Mate/Mathey saltire is in the colors of the Garret (and Annandale) saltire.

Checkers, like Cassans, were first found in the same place as English Josephs. Checkers use a shield with checks in the colors of the same of Cohens and Fers/Ferrats. Someone once suggested to me (several years ago) that checkerboards were what old bankers used for some coin reasons, and besants are sometimes said to be gold coins. International bankers, which included the Templars, became suspect not many weeks ago from possession of gold bars stolen by Quintus Caepio the elder. It just so happens that there are Chase bankers. The blue-apple riddle was deemed by me to have everything to do with the Caepio gold bars in Rennes-le-Chateau, beside the Rook-suspect Roquefeuil location, which uses silver billets (metal bars) in its Arms.

Checks/Chicks/Chacks were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Blois' and related Knights. Shacks/Shakerlys use MOLE hills.

Lasks are said to descend from Picts, yet their Lowsk variation sure does look Polish / Ukrainian. Maria Laskarina traces shortly back to the imperial-Byzantine family of Theodoros I Komnenos Laskaris (a Komnenos by marriage), and while Byzantine Komnenos' founded the Trebizond Empire, the Lask and Guit/Wyat Coats are in the colors of Haughts using the Arms of Trebizond in colors reversed. Sigrid the Haughty predates the Trebizond empire.

Byzantines liked their purple, and then purple-lion Lacys are said to be from Lascius of Normandy, "of uncertain origins". The "honores" motto term of Lacys could suggest Hun-suspect Honorius elements of the Romans. The "augentur" motto term of Lacys could suggest Ugrian elements. The purple "fret knot" of English Lacy's goes to the Mieszko elements of Cnut (son of Sigrid the Haughty). One of Maria Laskarina's daughters did marry the Mieszko bloodline, but then even Leo's ancestry on his Kiev side goes back to the Mieszko line. The Moline's / Molyneux's may have traced with Pollocks to Mieszko elements, but at this point, Moline's may trace to Mieszko liners all on their own...i.e. to Mieszko liners that founded L'viv.

Leo's "maternal grandparents were Mstislav Mstislavich the Bold and an unnamed daughter of Kotian, Khan of the Cumans." These Cumans do smack of "KOMNenos," and of the Comyns using garbs in the colors of the Joseph garbs. The "wlad" motto term of English Josephs could certainly go to the Ukraine, especially to Vladimir "the great" of Kiev, founder of Red Rus, otherwise known as Galicia/Halychyna. That's where Leo's from.

There was also Wladislaw I Herman of Poland (the Mieszko line to Leo above), grandson of Vladimir the great of Kiev. On his father's side, Wladislaw was of Lotharingia, otherwise known as Lorraine (France)...which was suspect earlier with Allier, location of Moulins. In this political union, Richeza of Lotharingia further married a son of Mieszko II Lambert, and that son was father to Wladislaw I Herman. The latter's mother was another Maria, daughter of Vladimir of Kiev. Wladislaw I Herman was the great-great-great grandfather of Leo, thus making it possible for Moline elements in the Mieszko family to trace to Leo.

Perhaps the Lumley's and Lume's/Lambs are named from Mieszko Lambert. If Eschyna (rhymes with "Halychyna") de Molle was from such a Lumley line, perhaps the Moline's may trace to something of the same in Poland. In fact, both Lume Coats are in the colors of the English Lambert Coat, where we find the write-up tracing to Mons and Louvain (Siward's son married this), and yet Lambert of Poland can yet apply. The white-on-red eagles in the Lume/Lomley/Lomb Coat (Lancashire, same as a Molyneux branch) can then go to the same-colored Piast eagle...and the same-colored eagles in the Arms of Lorraine (and of the Lorraine surname).

The Bars of Este were in Lorraine. French Lamberts, who I'm sure trace to Mieszko's due to the Moray-colored stars, use two chevrons in the colors of the Este eagle (white like the Piast eagle). The Esse's/Ash's (Devon, where Moline's were first found) were looked up because Casimir I (son of Mieszko Lambert), when he married Richeza of Lotharingia, married the powerful Ezzo household, and it just so happens that the Esse/Ash Coat likewise used two chevrons, perhaps in-particular in the black color of the three Levi chevrons, for the counts of Hainaut (capital, Mons) used the three Levi chevrons.

The red wyvern-like "cockatrice" in the Esse/Ash Crest must trace to the red wyvern used by dukes of Masovia, and Casimir (duke of Poland) who married Lorraine, was from dukes of Masovia. I wonder what Casimir was named after. Drakes, from the dukes of Masovia, were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as the "wlad"-using Josephs. Fancy that.

There is a Polish Casimir Coat uses a single, red antler. It may have been obtained from Mieszko Lambert's mother, of Lusatia.

As Allier shares a red bend with the Arms of Lorraine, it's feasible that a Moulins family, in Moulins of Allier, got hooked up with this Lambert > Casimir line. Thus having access to the power structures of Poland, the Moulins would have had access to the L'viv theater. A red bend is used also by Case's, while Caseys use eagles in colors reversed to the Lorraine / Piast eagles. Chilhams use curved fish suspect with Bars of Lorraine, and then Chills/Childs likewise use eagles in the colors of the Piast / Lorraine / Lume/Lomley eagles. Cass'/Cash's use "fountains" that I link to Font de Ville's, the line that I say was from Piscinas (Sardinia) to the Conteville's (Pesci's use a fish in Bar-fish colors). Casimir may have been a Cass / Case(y) liner, therefore.

The thing that's coming forcefully to mind is the Conteville line to the Meschins, for these Conteville's ruled a Comyns location, suggesting that the latter was a Mieszko entity, and that it named the Komnenos who are traceable (back in time) to Sigrid the Haughty (the aunt of Mieszko Lambert). The Conteville line to the Meschins went through Hugh D'Avrances, and so while Siward of Northumberland (also "Sigeweard / Siguror") was found to be a close kin (perhaps son) of Sigrid the Haughty, see this:

...the Domesday Book recorded 4 manors, 3 in Yorkshire and 1 in Derbyshire, owned directly by Earl Siward in 1066, all of them subsequently held by Hugh d'Avranches, Earl of Chester.

http://www.geni.com/people/Siward-Biornsson/6000000000424626222

Do we think that Hugh was related to Siward in order to explain that situation? If Conteville's had been Mieszko liners, I can see it. In fact, I claimed that Conteville's were from a Piscinas location in Sardinia, right beside Sulcis, the latter being where I had traced (years earlier) the ancestry of Mieszko I. The very naming of "Meschin" in Hugh's nephew suggests that Conteville's were Mieszko liners, but suddenly Conteville's are looking like a Haughty line, perhaps even from Siward himself.

Now that the Cheney "bull's scalp" has linked to the bull in the Haught Crest, it's to be expected that Sigrid and Siward go back to the Chagne river. For the time being, I'm going to treat the Chagne river as though the grandparents of Caiaphas lived there. Something to that effect, and leading to the Joseph surname.

Again, Richard Goz, suspect as a Joseph liner, married Emma de Conteville (second-generation Conteville), and they birthed Hugh D'Avrances. Thus, this can help to explain why Josephs use the Comyns garbs as well as a "wlad" motto term. We then go to the "muscas" motto term of Drake's, which gets us to the Mosca's in the Crest leopard of the Chives/Shives, the latter using the moline cross in the black color of the Moline/Moulin moline. To help prove that this Mosca line links to Conteville's, Isabel Mosca's of Sicily (Modica in Palermo) married Manfred Montechiaro (count of Modica, founder/builder of Montechiaro, the location), this being the "charo" entity in the Joseph motto. As Ranulph le Meschin (the first Meschin) pre-dated Manfred, it stands to reason that Mosca's were a line of Conteville > Meschin.

The Modica location of both the Mosca's and the Montechiaro's smacks of the Maddock/Maddix surname that was first found in the same place (Herefordshire) as Eschyna-suspect Haskins and Fullers. Do you think it's Hasmonean-important that a Has surname may be linking to a Mod location?

I trace Moulins/Moline's and Fullers both to Fulbert of Falaise. Fullers use three horizontal bars, symbol of Trebizond and of the Haughts. As Comyns elements are suspect with Trebizond, let's remind that Moline-suspect Leo of Halychyna had a daughter of Kotian (or "Koten") for a grandmother. Koten was a ruler of the Cumans. Aren't we expecting Cotta-Caesar elements to go from Chagne to Khazar Huns? Cumans, like Khazars, were Bulgarian elements. Cumans were allied with KipCHAKS, smacking of the CHAGne river, or the Checks/Chicks, and the like. Just saying. Cumans, says Wikipedia, came to rest at the Sava river.

Of importance is that the Heths (Durham very traceable to Has) use the same rooster in Crest as the Haskin Crest, which may reveal that Haskins were Athelings, and/or that Heths were from Has. Haskins and Maddocks both use what looks like a version of the Gate Coat, and then the L'viv lion is at a gate. The Gates even use lions in the colors of the L'viv / Cuman lions. The "HAZard"-using Seatons also use "yet" for what must be in honor of Yate's with gates.

The "sleeping" Arbor lion is winged, like the seated Maddoc lion, and then Arbors likewise use a Shield split vertically in red and blue (as with Haskins, Gates, and Maddocks). The Arbor lions are even the Haskin lions. Arbors were looked up as per "ARBRoath." I don't know whether the Arbors apply to Arbroath. The Arms of Arbroath is centrally a gate (in Fife colors); the location is in Angus, beside Fife, the latter term known to link to Vivians. L'vivincidence? There are thistles in the Arms of Arbroath too, as well as a "baron" wearing purple, the color of the Vivian lions. Compare the Shield with the Fife Shield.

Rounds, whom I peg as using the Pendragon chevron, likewise use a sleeping lion. I view Rounds as kin to Table's (hurts), as per the Round Table code of the Arthurian cult.

The Arbroath gate is called a portcullis (rising gate), a symbol belonging to Porters in Yate's colors. Porters are said to be from "doorman," linking them easily to Durwards; the latter were close to Eschyna de Molle. Yates use a portcullis too, arguing further for an Arbor link to Arbroath.

By some coincidence, the red-and-gold combination of the Vivian and Fife Shields is used by Germo-Austrian Abers/Alberts, important because Arbroath was early call, ABERbreth. Abers and Yate's both use a Shield split in half horizontally. The Aber/Albert Coat compares not bad with the Annas Coat, which I link to the Angus surname. The Baron / Ermine / Desmond saltire is that also of Annans.

I didn't know until now that the French Herman/Harmans Coat (Provence) is identical to the Fuller Coat! The Hermans were checked for links to Wladislaw I Herman. German Hermans were first found in the same place (Prussia) as Mieske's. German Hermans use an upright gold-on-blue lion, symbol of the Cumans (the L'viv lion is in the same colors). This convinces me that both Herman surnames are that of Wladislaw (ancestor or Leo of L'viv), and, to emphasize his importance in Masonry, the Joseph motto must be honoring him.

Again, it was many months ago when I wrote that the Arms of L'viv reminded me of the flag of Jerusalem, but I now find that Vlads use a Zionist star in colors reversed to the one in the Israeli flag.

With Hermans and Fullers using the same Coat, it tends to clinch a Moline trace to Wladislaw Herman, and a Fuller trace to "Fulbert" of Falaise. The lion involved with Cumans is likely the Ferrari lion.

English Hermans/Harmons use a flory cross in Chief, almost a moline (probably a version of a moline), in the colors of the Cuman lion and of the Comyns / Joseph garbs. The Coat shows footless martlets, the French Joseph symbol. The same flory cross (same colors) is in the Coffin/Chafen Coat. The latter share the blue raven with Gartsons/Garzens.

At the center of the black Herman cross, suspect as the Conan / Sinclair cross, there is a so-called "buck," and then the Bucks use three antlers in the colors of the same of Cone's and Conte's. It's starting to verify that the trace of Conteville's to Mieszko's was accurate. In fact, the Casimirs are the ones using an antler, and Casimir was the father of Wladislaw Hermon.

To help assure that English Hermans are to be linked to German Hermans, the latter's lion carried a "pennon" while Pennons were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as English Hermans (and Cnut-suspect Knights).

The Herman flory cross is in the colors of the moline used by Koops/Kope's (Prussia), and the three white cups above the Koop cross are very interesting because they are in the colors of the two Emily cups! This is excellent. (It may begin to reveal that cups ("coppa" in Italian) are sound-alike symbols for Caiaphas variations.) By the time of this find, I had come across the two downward-pointed swords, in the Sword-sword design, and in the colors of the two Emily grails, in the Agnus Coat. They are pointed down like the three identical swords of the Aude's, the latter honored in the motto of Fuller-suspect Pollocks. "Agnus" was looked up as per "Chagne." The swords in this paragraph are in the colors of the Chaine/Chenay/CHESney sword, and "CASimir" itself is suspect in tracing to Ches-Chagne elements.

The Audeville location of the Aude's, because I couldn't find one in Savoy, was traced to an Audeville at Pithivier. The latter location uses a thistle, symbol of the Alpins...using the same sword, no doubt in honor of Siward.

Agnes' were first found in the same place (Naples) as Capua's/Capone's. I have the sense that Agnes' are Caiaphas-grail meaningful. The cups used by Lawrie's and Lowrys, surnames that seem linkable due to their laurel to Lorraine's, use white cups too. Lawrie's were first found in the same place as Annandale.

Armens are said to be Latin for the Germanic "Hermann." Armens are traced in their write-up to Hermann the Cherusker in the days of Jesus. But this may be a smokescreen to deny the reality. The Armens are using the gold-on-black Griffin griffin, and Griffins of Pomerania were Mieszko kin/associates, or at least that of one of Mieszko's wives. The other Irish Griffin surname uses the same griffin, but in white-on-black, colors reversed to the same griffin used by Wills, important because this Griffin surname uses "Velis" in its motto, code for the Julian line of Velis' (Northumberland). The Velis'/Willis' (Berwickshire, a location of Bernicians that Siward married) use yet the same griffin design.

Wladislaw Herman is now looking so important that the Ermine/Armine surname can apply, as well as the heraldic ermine that Ermine's use and represent. It can also explain why Armors ("Cassis" motto term) traced to Mieske's / Mieszko.

The Baron(e) surname (the Vere / Pollock boar) looks like it should apply to the "baron" in the Arms of Arbroath (fitchee crosses); the surname may even link to Bars of Lorraine. Baron(e)s share the saltire of Ermine's/Armens. The lion of the latter is the gold lion also of Garrets (ermined Shield). The Baron / Ermine saltire is that also of Garret-related Desmonds/Geralds who show a "Crom" motto term that I traced to "Cremona." Why is Cremona figuring into this L'viv topic?

It recalls my first crack at the naming of Cremona (a few months back), where two theories were applied, one being a root in "Harmona," and the other having to do with the "Hazard" motto term of Seatons as it linked to "Hasmon(ean)". Plus, Pollocks were traced to Placentia, beside Cremona, and Barons use an "Audaces" motto term, much like a Pollock motto term, "Audacter." The Armors share a squire's helmet with Dobys, the latter first found in the same place as Pollocks (and Erskins/Eskins), and suspect from "Dobrawa," Mieszko I's wife.

I traced the Moray stars to the line of Mieszko > Boleslaw, and then Peter Pollock, the first Pollock, virtually, was stationed at Moray. As Italian Germans use nothing but these stars, they could be a branch of Hermans. French Germans use nothing but a fleur-de-lys in Piast-eagle colors or Massey-fleur colors. Armors share the Moray stars with Mitre's/Mitterands who are in-turn buried in the motto of same-colored, Haskin-related Arbors. Note how the Pense Coat (accessed from the Erskin/Eskin motto) looks like a version of the Haskin Coat but using the gyronny and what could be the Piast eagle. The "plus" motto term of Erskins/Eskins might just be for Placentia elements such as the Place's/Plaise's and/or Baez/Pelaiz surname. The latter, which can trace to the Pollock saltire, may also go to BEZprym, Boleslaw's brother.

Place's/Plaise's, who share the axe with Halperts, use a Shield split in the colors of the split Shield of Abers/Alberts, very important because the so-called "halpert" axe is used by Walsers at Sion, where Seatons trace. It's important also due to lumping Arbroath into the Albert fold. Halperts share a wolf with the Arms of Placentia, and the square in the Arms of Placentia may go to the square in the Armen/Arman Coat, the latter being a surname suspect in the namers of "Cremona."

I kid you not that, just before the paragraph above was written, it struck me that the Emily surname should go to mythical Melusine, for I have even said in the past that her name (and that of her son, Milo de Vere) could trace to "Emilia"-Romagna (location of Placentia, Bologna, Ferrara, Modane). And then I got to the Walsers showing Melusine. The Emily cups (in the colors of Lusignan) came to mind while on the Audaces motto term of Baron(e)s, for I have the sense that the Aude and Agnus swords should link back through Emily's to an Aemilia Lepidus. It just so happens that Barone's are the ones using the blue Vere boar. Plus, the Baron(e)s are tracing to L'viv with Arbroath elements, and the Miles/Myles Coat uses what could be the Ukrainian Romanov Shield.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT. It was AFTER writing the above that I wondered what surname could represent the Lepidus bloodline. I have slow (dial-up) Internet, for which reason the Coats load slowly, over 15-30 seconds. The write-up appears first. "Leap" was entered to find the Lap/Leap surname, traced to a "rabbit" (= bunk), which recalled how Conns / Conys / Conans traced to Chagne-river surnames, where I think "Agnus" may trace. Finally, the Lap/Leap Coat loaded: MELUSINE!!!

If it is correct to trace Melusine to Aemilia Lepidus, why would heraldry make such a fuss over her? Why would Emily's use cups in the colors of the Koop/Kope cups? Again, Koops/Kopps were first found in the same place, Prussia, as Mieske's, and Melusine is in the Arms of Warsaw, capital of Masovia, where the dukes used a red-on-white wyvern, the colors of the Drake wyvern. Several years ago, I traced "Pressina," Melusine's mythical mother, to "Prussia." And here I am finding an Emily link to a Prussian peoples, quite apparently. Lusatia/Luzica (same entity as "Lusignan) was either part of, or beside Prussia. For those who don't know, the Melusine dragon woman, with a fish tail at times rather than a serpent's tail, is known to be out of Lusignan (but lonely me traced her to Prussia and Lusatia too).

I've just found two German Kopp/Koep surnames with interesting symbols. One of them (in Chappes colors) uses a fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Koop cups, as well as Moor heads, the same design as in the Chappes Coat. So far, so very excellent for a Koop trace to Caiaphas, as expected. The other Kopp Coat use the Blate grape vine, suspect with Herod-Archelaus liners (this Herod had a coin with a grape vine on one side). But the swan in the Blate Crest is identical to the swam showing in the French Joseph Coat until recently! Platters are likely a Pilate line, not neglecting the grails/cups in the Pilotte Coat.

Herod Archelaus' coin had a helmet with plumes on one side, a symbol seen in the Lannoy surname. The other Lannoy surname uses the Lyon lion, important because this Herod was banished to Vienne, beside Lyon. Therefore, the question is: who named Lyon? Was it the Leo-of-L'viv line? Why is there a Romans location about 25 miles south of Vienne, while the Lyons and Lannoys are in the colors of Ukrainian Roman(ov)s?

The Blate surname is also "Platter," evoking the white platter, with the dead head of John the Baptist, in the Arms of Breslau (Poland). It was the very Herod family to which Archelaus belonged that had killed John the Baptist killed. Again: why would the Arms of Breslau (quartered in the colors of the Vere / Massey quarters) show the decapitated head of the Baptist rather than John alive and baptizing? Why is BRES like "PRESSina." Isn't this a Bruce bloodline, and didn't God inform us that the Caiaphas lion should be the Bruce lion?

The Bruces adopted a so-called "heart of Bruce" symbol that I expect to go to Herod-liner Heart-like surnames. The Logans/Lohans use the "heart of Bruce," but they put three nails into it, the number of nails used on Jesus. Logans/Lohans (as well as swan-using Lokens and Locks) are part of the LOHENgrin Swan-Knight cult, and this character was made the son of the Pharisee-suspect Grail king. Yes, the nails are likely for the Neil / Nail bloodline, but they can have a second meaning in this case. It just so happens that the Grail surname is listed with a Neil branch. The Grails/Neils share a "mori" term with French Paine's, and the latter will trace to L'viv shortly below.

The other Logans come up also as "LEOnard."

The French Bres/Brix/Brice surname has lozenges in Pilate-pheon and the Emily-grail colors. English Blate's likewise use white pheons (expect Payen liners in these particular pheons). Then, German Bres', first found in Silesia (important because Breslau is the Silesian capital), once a part of Prussia, use black roundels = pellets, and then Pellets use the Pilotte grails!

If you look closely, the so-called "pansy" in the Cony Crest are three black roundels. The Pansy/Panse surname, smacking of the Pense surname in the Erskin/Eskin motto, is white-on-green, the colors of English Blate's. The latter are the Blades said to be also "Burseblades." The Burse's were first found in the same place as grail-king Percivals and Pierces. We get it. The center of the Burse Coat is an ermined, white square, the same-colored square at the center of the Armen Coat.

The Burse Coat is similar to the Italian Garin Coat (Bologna, Halpert-ville), while French Garins use the pierced Payen stars. The Pansy's/Panse's are easily pegged at Panico/Pane liners, and Pense's are in French Paine colors. The Italian Leo Coat, which happens to use the lion design of Garrets, are using the enGRAILED fesse of French Paine's/PainCHAUX's/PainLEVE's/PainCUITs. English Paine's show the same lion design in the same white color. It's suggesting that PainLEVE's are from the Lev variation of "Leo," and thus traces Malahule-related Paine's to L'viv. Why? Why are Payen elements going to L'viv? Ask the Chappes. Ask the vikings at Kiev, a root of the Templars along with High de Payen.

Garrets trace with little doubt to L'viv because they use the L'viv lion and motto, and thus this Italian Leo Coat should go to the reported founder/namer of L'viv. Heraldry cares not for other Leo's because it cares for this Leo. Why?

Garrets are suspect with the Garlande's at the root of Moline's. German Leo's (with a Polish-sounding PYRZEWski variation) may be using a version of the Tall Coat, a surname linking to the Talbots, and therefore to the Scott surname, the latter first found in the same place (Roxburghshire) as Molle's.

The red lion of Leo's (Hamburg) could be the red lion of the Mills (ermined Shield), first found in Hampshire.

I have nothing more written at this time. I have no idea what direction I'll be taking. I do want to say that Aemilia Lepidus, executed in 20 BC, at the time, roughly, of Caiaphas' birth, looks like a good candidate for being Caiaphas' mother. See where this goes next Monday.





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