Here is evidence that the U.S. does not want ISIS to be defeated. The big story is not so much that the U.S. is not arming the Kurds, but that the frustrated, disappointed Kurdish leader is publicly assaulting the U.S. after just a short period of their mutual dealing with ISIS:
http://www.kurdpress.com/En/NSite/FullStory/News/?Id=9478#Title=We received weapons from Iran, US failed to meet promises to Kurds: Masrour Barzani
The theory for months has been that Caesar's affair with Servilia Caepionis produced Caiaphas about two generations later. This idea would peg ArtemiDOROS as being named in-part after the Aurelia's, possibly named after "or / d'or = gold." The Caepio gold would be suspect. With Arthurs tracing to this man on so many counts that I've lost count, it appears that "Arthur" was named ultimately after a father (Amyntes) who named his son after Artemis. That would make Arthurs Amazonian suspects along with the namers of the Thames.
I don't recall linking the Thames Coat to the Arthur Coat before, but as it comes up as "Tiens," the fact that Squirrels/Squire's use a "Tiens" motto code traces Arthurs to Squirrels. As Decks/Daggers use the red Squirrel squirrel, it again suggests that Decks and Dykes can be Ticino-river peoples, because Arthurs traced hard (last update) to Ivrea, on the Bautica river to the near-west of the Ticino. If "DAGGER" is from "TIGRanes," it would not be surprising, for the Amyntes > Artemidoros line married the Maccabee > Tigranes line. And the Artemidoros line (Galatians) married Quadratus Bassianus, whose daughter married Laevillus Nobodyknowswherehecomesfrom, a term like the ancient Laevi Gauls (predated Caiaphas) on the ancient Ticino. Well, I think we now have a clue as to where this Laevillus character originated.
I don't link two surnames with any hardness merely because they share the same chevron. In this case, as per the above, the fact that Arthurs and Thames' share the same chevron becomes meaningful, and then the Thames stars are in the colors of the Capone stars. Moreover, the Thames Chief uses mascles in colors reversed from the Quince mascles for an excellent trace to Quintus Caepio. The Thames stars are also in the colors of the Joseph martlet, and the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Thames is that of Annas', while the latter use the so-called "Vere star," important because Thames were first found in Oxfordshire, ruled by Vere's for centuries.
Suddenly, a surname I don't emphasize much has become a flagrant Joseph-Caiaphas bonanza.
The Squirrel/Square squirrel is said to be "cracking his nuts", and then Annas' (counting their nuts in the Temple square) were first found in Nottinghamshire, while the Nut surname is registered with Nottings/Nuttings (besants).
The Abbot Coat (Oxfordshire) relates to the Thames Coat (same chevron), and the Abbot Crest shares a unicorn with the Cnut Crest, important because Cnut named Nottingham. Place your bets on whether the Abbot write-up can be ignored in favor of tracing to Bots/Bauts and Boets/Butts/Bute's.
The squirrel is not cracking for nothing. Cracks (colors reversed from Carricks) are listed with Cricks, and can be tracked to Craigs (both use a black-on-white bar), said to be Carrick ancestors, and then it just so happens that Annas' and Craigs both originate from whatever mythical Aeneas represented at ACRAGas = Agrigento. The Arms of Agrigento shares the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Anchors/Annackers (Anaki of Hebron), and the Chief is red, as is the Thames/Tiens Chief, and then the mascles (hollow lozenges) in the Thames Chief are traceable to the same-colored lozenges in the Arms of Thomas Randolph, who has been historically thought by some/many to be a grandson of Marjorie of Carrick (mother of the first Bruce king).
It just so happens that the Watts (besant), first found in the same place (Worcestershire) as Squirrels, use a version of the Anchor/Annacker Coat and Chief. In the Watt Crest, a lozenge in the colors of the Thomas-Randolph lozenges. Then, as per the "Tiens FERME" motto of Squirrels, the Ferme's are found with a giant anchor in Anchor/Annacker colors. The Vere's, according to the late Nicholas de Vere von Drakenberg, were from the Anaki.
In the last update, the Worms and Formans, who share green dragon with Vere's and Crichtons, were traced to ancient Alauna and neighboring CROCIATONum (like "CRICHTON" or "Crack" or "Craig"), in Manche, where Vere's were first found. It was suggested that elements of Acragas, the earlier name of Agrigento, traced to the namers of Crociatonum, but I didn't mention that the Drake's. Likely, the Drakenberg Vere's trace to the Drago river through Agrigento. That now becomes important for making the Agrigento trace to Crociatonum. In fact, roughly two years ago or more, I traced Agrigento elements to the Stura valley in Cuneo, at a time when I didn't know that a branch of Arduins were there (in Cuneo), and specifically I traced the Agrigento>Stura elements to the Fire/Feuer unicorn (half goat), white, like the unicorn in the Abbot Crest. The goat-using Bots'/Bauts link exactly to the Arduins (or Arduinici) on the BAUTica river.
The Ferme's and the Verme's/Ferme's look like they can apply to a trace of Worms and Formans to Alauna. The FIRE's trace well to the VIRE river smack at Alauna / Crociatonum. The Tessy-sur-Vire location can trace to "Tesson," a version of "Ticino." The Tess/Teck surname uses leaves and a saltire in the colors of the Camelford cross, no small point. The Stura valley was thought (by me) to be named after the real Satrae Thracians that were given the mythical Satyr = goat symbol, but that was before I noticed that the Fire unicorn is a goat on the bottom half. I traced Stura elements to the Sturs of Manche years ago, before discovering Crociatonum only in the last update. This is stroking my ego a little, I almost look like I know what I'm doing. English Sturs were first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Drake's, where I had traced the proto-Arthurian cult long before knowing of Mr. Laevillus, or that the Sturs use horizontal bars in the colors of the same of Leavells. What exactly is this?
Who were the Ferme-related Squirrels/Squire's/Square's that honor the Thames-river Amazons? Just add an 'a' as the second letter to "Squirr/Squar" and see the SAKARya river, home of Amyntes! That's a new one for me, obtained by following the trusty traces of heraldic codes.
There is a red squirrel in the Crest of Gilberts, and then we read:
Gille Brigte...([died] 1185)...and most famously known in French sources as Gilbert, was Lord of Galloway of Scotland...was one of two sons of the great Fergus, the builder of the "Kingdom" of Galloway.
The Gilbert Coat uses the red-on-white chevron of the Earls of Carrick because Gilbert was father to Duncan (latter was the grandfather of Marjorie Carrick), first earl of Carrick. However, Duncan was not surnamed, Carrick, when he took over Carrick, named by someone else. The earls of Carrick were therefore from Fergus. Where were Fergus' from? I say from Ferrari's. The "Teg" motto term in the Gilbert motto, along with the red squirrel, suggests the squirrel-using Decks/Daggers, right? But why "Teg," so much like "TIGranes." Note that the Gilbert write-up doesn't trace to Carricks or Fergus' at all. is it just spouting off some-fine-sounding thing from an off-the-wall Gilbert? Is it a cover up? Historians know that this Gilbert chevron is the Carrick chevron.
Therefore, the ancestors of the first earls of Carrick look like they descend from those who took the name of the Ticino river and/or from Squirrel liners who called themselves after the Sakarya, home of Brogitarus. The namers of Carrick, the location, are suspect from Crociatonum, but note how Carrick is beside, and was once part of, GALLoway. We're keeping in mind here that the owner of Carrick, Marjorie, married the Caiaphas-liner Bruce's. The Bruce's have been linked recently to Brigit- and Bright- and BROGITarus-like terms, and we just saw one in Gilbert's real / local name, Gille BRIGTE.
The Sauer surname (named after the Sau/Sava river) is linkable to Sawyers and related Seagars, from "Sakarya." The Sauer write-up says that the first to bear the Sauer name was a Dieteri Galleri (a nice Scottish name, eh?), in 1313 (time of royal Bruce's), and then Gallerys are listed with Galloways, first found in Galloway, and using the Bruce lion! I didn't know that until writing all the above. It almost looks like I know what I'm doing. There's a mystery for you to solve (not how a dunce like me can get this right), on how north-eastern Italians founded some royal Scots. I traced Bruce's to Abreu's/Abruzzo's first found in Padova, same place as Este. Sheesh, that's two correct things in a row. I'm on a roll.
The Scottish Fergus/Ferris lion is even identical to the Sauer lion, colors included!!! Quite apparently, Fergus liners of Scotland were on the Sava river at the time of the first Bruce king (crowned 1306). Hmm. I say the Irish Fergus' were Sforza's, both of them sharing the Ferrari lion. The eight-pointed star of the Irish Fergus' suggests the Ishtar cult at Istria, beside the Sava, and also nearby Este, a city having a strong relationship with neighboring Ferrara.
The father of the first Bruce king was of Annas-suspect Annandale. Marjorie married first with Adam, a Comyn liner, which I did not know until now. Pardon the detail and just slide quickly down to Adam's mother, a Comyn:
Evidence indicates that Adam was from Mac Duibh family; he was probably the son of Donnchadh of Kilconquhar, son of Adam (son of Donnchadh I, Earl of Fife), who appears frequently as a witness in the documents of St Andrews Cathedral Priory as Adam frater comitis, i.e. brother of Earl Donnchadh II. It is likely that Adam's mother was from the Comyn family: his brother, William of Kilconquhar was called 'Comyn' in his papal letter of appointment as bishop of Brechin.
A Comyn liner in BRECHIN (Angus). It just so happens that the Comyn write-up (houseofnames) traces to a Commins Coch location at BRECONshire (Wales). As Contevilles ruled at least one Comyns location, most-likely the one in Wales (beside Cheshire), I'll assume that the Comyns that Marjorie married had some Conteville / Burgo blood from the Cotentin = Crociatonum. Does that work? YES, for "Carrick" itself is suspect from there. For the record, the Arms of Brechin use three red-on-gold piles.
The article says without blinking that Marjorie and Adam were the parents of Thomas Randolph of Moray (this is the bat line from Baths and Battins of Somerset), but I've been claiming for years on a long-standing gamble (based on heraldic clues) that he was descended from Ranulph le Meschin, and possibly part Vere from Ralph (father) and Thomas (son) de Vere of Blackwood. I did not know anything until now about Adam, and here he's found to be a Comyn while the Comyns use the garbs in the Arms of Cheshire, which garbs were no doubt owned by Ranulph le Meschin (earl in Cheshire). Ranulph's uncle, Hugh Lupus (Conteville mother), has been traced to the Welf branch of Este's. Ranulph was himself a Conteville on his mother's side, and a Breckon- or Brixia-like Briquessart on his father's.
Here's a Masculine Coat showing FIVE boys around a mascle that's decked out to be a sort of fret with fleur-de-lys ends. It tends to prove that mascles are code for the Masculine variation of Meschins, and so see the mascle of the Blackwood surname, in the colors of the Masculine mascles. As Spinks (same place as FIVE-like Quincys) use FIVE mascles in the same colors, one may assume that the five boys link Masculines to Saer de Quincy. But why boys rather than men are even young men? As Meschins are from the Bessin, the bee-using Boys/Bie's (Masculine colors) must be related to Meschins because Bessins use bees. English Boys' (with an 's'), with a red lion suspect as le-Meschin's, were first found in the same place (Lincolnshire) as le-Meschin's wife, Lucy TailleBOIS, which likely explains the talbots in this picture (black, like the Tail/Tailer pale bar). German Talls/Thals were once showing the same bees as Bessins, and so one can reckon that German Talls -- from Thuringia, same place as Bessin-suspect Basina (wife of Childeric, the first Merovingian) -- are from Lucy Taillebois.
It just so happens that Scottish Boys'/BOIS' use three cinquefoils in the colors of the same of Ardens so that it supports all the more an Arduinici / Artemidoros trace to Manche = Crociatonum. Plus, if the Arden fesse is a version of the Bolzano fesse, it can trace bee-suspect Appiano liners (the Appian way is said to be named after a bee entity) to Manche. This recalls my first impression on the Avezzano surname, that it was a version of "Bessin." The Boys/Bois cinquefoils (five theme, as with "Quince" and the Merovingian QUINOtaur) are on a bend in Sale/Sallete / Bessin bend colors, and this traces to the Salto and Turano rivers smack at Avezzano...so that the Quinotaur is revealed as a Turano-Quincy combo, very apparently.
The "bien" motto term of Carricks must be for German Biens ("royal blue") using "three bees on a silver chevron.". It's very likely that Biens were a branch of Boy's/Bie's, first found in Berwickshire, where I trace the Mackay bears, fort the Biens sound like the Bain/Bein/Vains sept of Mackays, and moreover use a "sword" in a hand that can be of the Mackay dagger-in-hand. I've read that Vains/Fane's were a sept of Mackays, and so we have a trace here to Cattolica, beside Fano. Bains use the Clan Chattan motto.
The Bessin (just outside Manche) is the east side of the mouth area of the Vire river. Caen is in the Bessin, and then this alternative Cattel Coat (not shown before) uses a Shield filled with black-on-white fretty instead of the same-colored fret of Cattle's at houseofnames. It reveals well-enough that fretty and frets are code for identical families, likely code for Ferte-Mace, about 15 miles east of the source of the Vire. That tends to prove that Cattels are from Cattolica (way over in north-eastern Italy), or whatever it was called before being Catholicized. The points are: Blake's/Caddels use the Cattle fret, and Caens use a Shield filled with fretty, but I had trace Aurelia Cotta to the Cotentin (at or beside Crociatonum) aside from the evidence of the Cotta Shield being filled with fretty. And, to boot, the Modens/Modeys use a Shield of fretty too while first being found in Berkshire, where the Berkshire's must be from who use the fret too.
It gets quite clear from this that Berks/Burghs are of the Burgo-Caro elements at the Cotentin, from the Conteville's at the ancestry of Adam's mother. But as the "charo"-using Josephs (share the Comyn garbs) were first found in the same place as English Burghs, and as the two share green chevrons, we are not only dealing with Maccabee, Annas and Caepio liners all in the same family circle, but also of Joseph Caiaphas (for new readers, son-in-law of Annas). It begs the question of whether the earl-of-Carrick chevron is the Quint / Grove chevron, and indeed Grove's share a black talbot with Carricks, albeit it with all feet on the ground.
It is thanks to the "Ny" motto term of Quint-related Grove's, using the CAPES' scallops on their Carrick chevron, that we can identify the "ni" motto term of Josephs with Quints and Joseph CAIAPHAS. The Grove's are now unquestionably a Quint-Caepio liner, first found in the same place as Quints and Ny's/Neys. The three black bars of Ny's are therefore, likely, of the three black Levi chevrons. It likely means that the Nee's/Neighs are using the blue Charo/Claro bend. It takes a good number of paragraphs like this to convince readers that the Joseph surname of heraldry is in honor of Joseph Caiaphas, who ranks higher in the Stupid pyramid than most others.
You'll see later why the Ny bars and Levi chevrons should link to two Ash surnames suspect from Hesse elements. That plays to Rothschilds suspect with the Lurch/Larcher arrow, which, I think, is in the Scottish Adam Coat. It uses nothing but a white arrow on a green Shield, the color of the Bower / Bauer Shield. The Adam arrow must be the one that cuts across the two ravens in the Margy/Mackey Coat, and then German Rothes use the raven, and only the raven.
There's a good argument for tracing the so-called "royal blue" used by Biens to the Roys, first found in Lanarkshire, where I see the Blackwood ancestry of "bien"-using Carricks. Both Roy Shields are blue, and as I recall the Aurelia's used a royal-blue Shield, the torteaux in the Roy Coat can apply, for Orrels and Orrs (Beside Lanarkshire) use torteaux. The "Qua" motto term of the Lanark Roys is code for Bien-related Mackays/Caws/Quoide's, right? Mackays of Sutherland are therefore insinuated in the stars of English Roys (and Dawsons), colors reversed to the Sutherland stars. From here, go to Sewers/Suters with a Shield reflective of the Roy Shield, and then trace Sewers to Siward of Northumberland, who is in the Sword surname, which can explain why Biens, instead of the Mackay dagger, use the Sword sword.
Suthers/Southerns happen to use a version of the Ade/Aide Coat, and while Aide's are suspect with the Quade's/Quaids evident in the "Qua" term of Roys, Aide's were first found in the same place as Roys. Shawia Numidians were from Zenata, traceable to Massins in THANET (Kent), and therefore the "TENDis" motto term of Roys should apply. This is a good argument for tracing the Shawia (also called "Chaouis") to "Qewe." One might tend to trace the Roy motto to "Chaouis" rather than to "Qewe," and thus trace Quade's and Mackays/Caws only as far as Numidia, but Quadratilla (wife of Laevillus) is telling me of a trace all the way to Qewe, especially as Lights/Lite's were first found in the same place (Somerset) as Leavells/Lovells while the Light Crest is suspect with the Caiaphas swan.
The Roy lion is the Caepio-line lion in colors reversed, and it's found in the Bruces and as far south as Galloways/Gallerys (Carrick was part of Galloway), which is where Dougals (branch of Dowels) were first found that use the Roy lion. Dowels may therefore be a branch of Dawsons who share the Roy bend-with-stars. As Douglas' trace to Monaco's, this picture again gets us to the Oneglia theater, where the Doria's/Auria's were from who are suspect with a line of Aurelia Cotta. The Margys/Mackeys, beside MacArthurs suspect with the Arduinici (married by the Doria's), are likely using the Roy / Dougal lion in a different position. The lion was likely that of Bute, owned there by Rory MacDonald (see Rory lion), and so Roys may have been from "Rory." The Dougals happen to us ea Buaidh no bis" motto that can trace to Rory of Bute.
But note "BuAIDH NO," smacking of the AIDHNE entity that had been traced to Aide's and the Aoidh term of Mackays / Quade's. The Aidhne topic starts in the 3rd update of last month. It relates to Guaire Aidhne the Hospitable, son of Colman. Gaulonians? It just so happens that English Colmans use an object in their Crest identical to one used by Prestwick-suspect Kerricks (might change in the future because Priestly's once showed it, but has changed design since). Colmans are likely Cole's and Kyle's and therefore Colchester-line Gaulonians. Everything spells Israeli priesthood here in western Scotland, but they were also in Aberdeen, Angus, Fife, Sutherland. All of Scotland was infected with this viper (Jesus' word).
The "non paratus" motto phrase of Kerricks goes to same-colored Pratts (mascles), one branch first found in the same place (Norfolk) as Life's/Leaves/Leve's. I looked up "Life" (more bees) just now because the Carrick-loved Biens are said to be from "life," which is falsified garbage, but welcome code, thank you, for Levite liners. The Biens (Silesia) with bees on their white-on-blue fesse are identical to the Life/Leve bees on their white-on-blue fesse, except that Biens use the royal blue. The Pratts just happen to use white footless martlets inside their pellets (black roundels), and so the Pratt martlets are in the colors of the LIVING/Levin and Saddock martlet, what a sadduccedence. The Pellets and Pillette's/Pillotte's even use the Shaw grails.
The Bien Chief is at the bottom of the Shield, called, the base, which may indicate code for the Bessin-suspect Base's. German Martins are another surname using the Chief (defined as the top of the Shield and suspect as code for "Caiaphas") at the bottom of the Shield. It just so happens that French Biens and French Martins / Martels were both first found in Gascony. Then, the German Dykes/Dickenhausens (Saxony) likewise use a Chief at the base, and it's gold, like the Bien Chief-at-base. Moreover, Italian Martins (Baut goat?) put a Chief at the base, and they were first found in Brescia, where the Carrick-birthed Bruce's trace.
If that's not enough, Decks/Daggers (same place as Boets) use a horizontally-split Shield in the colors of the same of French Biens/Bienvenue's, which clinches the Mackay dagger as code for Decks/Daggers. I am tempted to drag to this spot a section later in this update, which emphasizes the "priest" definition of "Tigranes" and "Taggart," for the discussion there turns to Zacharys/Sachveralls linking squarely to Blackwoods / Carricks. It has the potential to support a TIGranes trace to "DECK." The priestly theme behind Kerricks is now suspect from the Tigranes priest theme. However, I'll leave that Taggart discussion down there so that its flow (includes Annas-liner Tighs), and the flow here, are not affected.
Don't be afraid to make the implied links. The Biens resolved to be merged with Levites of the Life/Leve kind, and Laevi were on the Deck-suspect Ticino/TESSen. The Tighs are also "Tease," a variation of the Tecks'/Tess' (leaves, code for Leaves/Life's), and so Dyke's/DICKENhausens trace to "Ticino" because Dyke's and Decks/Daggers share the red squirrel, a symbol of the proto-Carrick Gilberts. And Gilberts (Tech colors) are the ones with a "Teg" motto term.
In the discussion on Zachary's (a dagger-like term traceable to "Sakarya"), it's noticed that the Zacharys Crest is the upright, white Baut goat, but it may also be the two upright, white goats (between a "disc") in the Italian Martin Coat. Then, while the latter were first found in Brescia, where its river flows to within 15 miles of Cremona, the latter is where the Bottis/Bota surname was first found. As the Duncans, from the royal Dunkeld dynasty of the Scots, use a "Disce" motto term, it's not quite apparent that the Zacharys are using the Malcolm saltire, and that the Italian Martins trace to Dunkelds (ruled Scotland before the Bruce's of Brescia, you see). The Bottis/Bota's are now suspect from Bolzano liners, and they were looked up as per the Bottisham location in the Pledge write-up. Pledge's (share the stag with the Malcolm saltire) were looked up as per the derivation of "Gilbert" in "bright pledge," complete garbage (but welcome code) because it's known that Gilberts were from Gille Brigte (ruler of Galloway and son of Fergus). Thus, Fergus' can trace to northern Italy.
The Caw Problem
The eight-point stars of the Bottis/Bota's are of the design used by French Guilles' (Dol, Brittany), and for me that traces Gille BRIGTE to Guillestre, smack beside BRIGANTium. Note that English Guilles' (the bars of German Julians and essentially the stars of French Julians) have a gold Chief (i.e. linkable to the two gold Chiefs in base above). Here's an alternative Caw Coat not shown before, using what could be a version of the Gully Coat with the Julian crosses. The Cowens (Gonn/Kohn colors), who must apply to the Adams/Caws, use the Annandale Coat, and as such are suspect with "cohen = priest".
Perhaps it's a coincidence, perhaps not, that Caws are like "Cowen," which could reveal that Qewe and the subsequent Shawia were initially named by the Levite priesthood. I traced the Adana area smack at Qewe to the 600 Danites of Laish, who (according to the Biblical book of Judges) took Jonathan the pagan Levite as their own priest! The "itur" motto term of Cowens should go to the ITUReans that I think birthed IDRis of Morocco (fled from Syria), who went to marry Kenza of the Aures Numidians that I trace to Ayrshire, where Cowens were first found. It tends to assure that "Cowen" is a Shawia/Chaouis term. You can find "itur" buried in one Shaw surname that even uses "qui." This creates a controversy as per my suggested trace of "Shawia" to lake "Sevan," location of what I consider swan-liner Soducena. It's a welcome controversy, but I'd like to see it resolved. I really want to know whether "Shawia" derives in an evolution as simple as cohen > Qewe > Chaouis > Shaw, or, alternatively, whether Sevan elements had merged with a cohen > Qewe line. That should be a primary problem to tackle.
I have a Coun Coat in my files that's identical with the Cowen Coat, and yet the houseofnames Couns/Cowns are listed in a surname that I usually call the Cone's because they use what must be the Conte antlers. Does this make Conte's suspect as Cowens? The GAUNTlet hand of the Couns/Cone's is code for Gaunts, first found in the same place (Kent), and Gaunts with related Ghents sound like "Conte." It's tough to know what came first in that bunch, or whether they had all been one surname before changing names. The Gaunts appear to be using the Belgian-Gone bend, now suspect with the same-colored Cowen saltire. It could even be that the original surname of the whole lot was the Cowen, thus tracing Ghent / Gaunt of Flanders to Numidia. I am very sure that gauntlet-using Maceys trace to Shawia. A gauntlet hand is also in the Shute/Schute Crest.
The Cowys' were just looked up as per "Chaouis", and they are the ones using what could be a version of the Arden Coat. I don't think it's coincidental that Cowys'/Coweys were first found in Aberdeen, where Tarves is located, home of the Chives line of Shawia. There was a Cowie castle in KinCARDine (Aberdeen), suspect with CARTHaginians. Cardine's/CAWardens (look like Pendragon-Helm liners) were first found in the same place (Cheshire) as the Masseys...from the Massena Numidians, right? Doesn't this effectively trace these Numidians to Manche / Crociatonum? Doesn't Agrigento face Numidia? I did trace Numidians of BC times to the theater of Ceva, where I see the proto-Chives'. Cowys'/Coveys are in Other colors and use the BARD/Beard boars, I presume, so as to be a line of Uther Pendragon, partly from Ligurians, and partly from LomBARDs. The Ligurian side of Salyes-related Pendragons traces to Avezzano on the Salto, and AVEZzano now traces to "CHIVASSO," named by the Chives line, right?
My work is never done due to the many lying codes. German Julians (Saxony, suspect with "Sakarya") are traced to "downy BEARDED" (haha), but Downys use the Brian lions in pale (identical lion designs and split colors at this time), a great way to trace Julians to Guillestre. As the bat in my CHIMNEY traced to Obama liners that included the Downs/Douns, it's notable that "Downie is one of the oldest named in the parish of KEMNAY." That's from the Downy write-up, which adds that the surname was of MONIKIE in Angus, and it just so happens that the Desmonds with a "Crom" motto term for Cremona elements use a MONKEY in Crest. Croms use a version of the Monk Coat, right? The Desmonds are known to be a branch of Deas' (bees), first found in Angus, and so this trace of Desmonds likely to Bottis' of Cremona gets them smack beside Placentia, home of the Ananes Gauls, explaining why Desmonds use the Annan(dale) saltire.
The Downy lions are partly in the colors of the Monk lions! That traces Downys to Isle of Man, Manche, and Monaco. I don't recall the main reason, but Monks were clinched in a trace to Monaco. Monaco's Grimaldi's (suspect with Crims/Grooms) had linked to Crooms / CRONe's now linking to Adam Kilconquhar. That is, three giant birds are later found (one of them an ostrich) in the same colors, speaking to a link between all three surnames. One of them (the stork) is suspect with the Roger at the root of Arduins in the Monaco / Genoa theater; and one is a crane in the CRONK/Kronkite Coat, a surname suspect with CRONCiaconnum version of "Crociatonum," suggesting that some crane users can trace to Manche, especially as Crone's use the Massey fleur. The point here is that the Downs use a giant stag in the colors of the three giant birds, thus tending to clinch the Monikie location of Downys from a line of Monaco's. These Monaco's are suspect as Grimaldi's in the family of Poppa of Valois, and therefore in the family of Sinclairs...who lived in Lothian along with DUNbars. Look at the colors of the giant old man with a BEARD in the Beard Coat? What's that?
The Blacks were discovered in the last update with a dopey "chimney sweeping" derivation in their write-up, and Blacks then traced to Crociatonum. The chimney-like Kimmens were then looked up to find them listed with Comyns so that, now, Kemnay is apparently discovered as a Comyn line, and, as Kemnay is in Angus, beside Fife, Mrs. Comyn, mother of Adam, can apply very well to that location. Later, you will see the three giant birds linking to mythical Gorlois, with a double trace of "Uther" to two separate entities, one of which is to the Other Lombards = LongoBARDs, and so this must be the meaning of the other meaning "downy-bearded" code of Julians. There are a lot of things that one can use "downy" with, but as the Stupids chose "bearded," make the connection.
The Bartons are even connectable to DUNbartons, while Bartons use boar heads nearly colors reversed from the boar of Beards/Barts (Lanarkshire). The green Leslie / Bard griffin head might be of the green in the Arms of Lombardy, for both Beard surnames are in Other / Windsor colors. The Brittany Beards use a red bull, which is connected to the partly-red bull in the Hobbit Crest, and then the Hobbit motto uses "facit" while in Scottish Beards use "fecit." Lombards are said to be a branch of Suebi while the red bull is also in the Savona Crest. I haven't tended to view Bards as Lombards, but, at this time, I think we should trace Lombards to Lanarkshire, beside Renfrewshire, where the Lombard surname was first found. The reason that I didn't view Bards as Lombards is that Leslie's are said to be founded after a BARTHolomew while BARDs use the green Leslie griffin.
Later, I find a Losinga location in Normandy as per bishop Herbert de Losinga to whom a Robert of Limesey is connected (suspect as kin of Robert Pollock), and following mention of him the lozenges of a Limes'/Limme surname are found, in the colors of the Grimaldi lozenges. As Robert had been a bishop of Chester, the fact that Limes' were first found in Cheshire assures a trace of lozenges to that place. The Limes'/Limms (Limousin?) are traced in their write-up to a Venables surname and to William of FitzTezzo. The latter surname comes up later as per the Polton write-up, and Poltons were likewise first found in Cheshire. "Tezzo" is suspect with the Tessy-sur-Vire location in Manche, therefore, but expected to trace to the Ticino.
The Comyns are using the Cheshire garbs, and look like they should be a branch of Comets/Come's, a surname suspect from Como, but first found in Limousin. As Como is in Lombardy, there is something to be said of the similarity between "Lom / Lim / Lem."
Should we be tracing the Seconds/Segurs or Clairs of Limousin to the Laevi on the Ticino? By what coincidence are English Lemons/Limons/Leemans (Essex, same as Quints) said to derive in "LIEFman"? That's like saying bishop Robert of Levi. Spanish Lemons/Limons use lemons in Pollock colors, and there is even a Lemon/Lamon(t) surname, first found in Brittany, using orbs (Catholic symbol) that I trace to the Orbieu river of Aude, the latter being the location of Roquefeuil with Arms in the colors of Spanish Lemons/Limons. Aude is highly suspect with the Pollock motto term, "AUDacter." Chances are, the Lemon/Lemon(t) lion is the Roy lion, making the Limes-crest lion, split in red and white, suspect as a Stewart-Roy-lion combination.
As we just saw the Biens traced to Life's/Leifs/Leaves, chances are that the Venables surname is from the Bain-branch of Vanes/Fane's. As the latter share gauntlet gloves with Maceys, it's tracing to the Ferte-Mace near Tessy-sur-Vire, which can explain why a Venables family was with William of FitzTezzo. Venables (Cheshire) share a red Crest with Gilberts, and are said to be from Gilbert de Venables...from Gaulonite-like Gaillon near the Eburovices city of Evreux. The latter should explain the red wyvern in the Venables Crest. Venables are in Vincent-quatrefoil colors and use a "vinco" motto term. As Venables are in Lemon/Lemon(t) colors, they can trace to Orbieu / Aude, and that's where I trace Vincents (to Rennes-le-Chateau in Aude).
There is a Gaillon surname, first found in the same place (Brittany) as Lemons/Lamon(t)s, but said to be from Dol. While the Lemon/Lamon(t) orbs are white roundels, that's the only symbol of Gaillons! Aren't Gaulonites suspect with Alauna?
It seems clear here, as per the Alan-of-Brittany trace to Guilles' and Julians, that Gaillons are a Julian branch. It again tends to trace Gaulonites to Julians so that one should expect Sadducees from Julius Caesar liners. I don't want to spend the room getting into it, but the surnames coming up have underlying implications for links to multiple lines into Bute via, the Veys/Vivians and Tippers of Cornwall, for example, my only point being that Bute is solidly framed in my mind as a location of the ones who named the house of Boetus.
There is reason for tracing the Geyard/Gayart variations of Gaillons to something else, and we can ask whether they too were Gaulonites. The Gowers/Gore's, who share a white wolf with Gore's/Cores (GORlois elements from Cornwall to Bute) and with Quillans. It just so happens that Rennes-le-Chateau is just a howl from a Quillan location!! That makes Gaulonites suspect at Aude, right beside Herault, suspect with the Herod/Herault surname (Arms-of-Roquefeuil colors), first found in Argyllshire, location essentially of Bute. And the Quillan Coat looks like a version of the Annas Coat!
There are reasons for all four Gayer surnames to be Geyard-applicable, and I could go one without end but won't. Suffice it to say, in order to get back to the original topic on Adam Kilconquhar, that Dutch Gayers are using the Shield of Thomas Randolph, but with a black fesse thrown in.
Incidentally, while not related necessarily to Gayers, the write-up mentions MONNIKEndam of Holland, while Monaco's are expected to link to the Grimaldi's sharing red lozenges with Gayers and Thomas Randolph. This should, in any case, trace Thomas to Losinga of Normandy, ruled by a Herbert of Norwich. It seems highly likely that the Norwich-surname lion (Stake lion?) is the Lemon/Lamon(t) lion because Herbert was allied with bishop Robert of Limesey (makes the black Gayer fesse suspect with the Polton fesse). The Gay rooster is suspect in the Norwich Crest. A Ralph (version of "Randolph"?) is mentioned in the early Norwich surname, reminding of Ralph and Thomas de Vere that I see in a line to Thomas Randolph. As some Gayer variations look linkable to Guerins, this recalls the link of Monaco's to Guerin of Provence, whose family was traced (by me) to the founding of Scottish kings. Plus, the MONaco lion is also the Lemon/LaMON(t) lion so that perhaps these lemons are not to be equated with other Lemons.
I'm reading that "Herbert Losinga, originally a disciple of Bec-Hellouin...", and then Hellouins (Gellone colors), smacking of "Gellone," supposed father of Guerin of Provence, use the same bars as Sturs, but suspect with the bars of Leavells. I suppose we can mark Gellone's as another Gaulonite suspect. Design matters because the Norwich rooster is also the Coats rooster (different color) while Coats' are definitely using a barry version of French (Manche) Sturs. Hellouins are feasibly the Wells of Bec, said to be descended from GILBERT of Ghent, and from the bishop of Bayeux, and then Bayeux (Bessin) is beside the Normandy origin of Hellouins. The Wells (related to the Beaumont > Montfort line) have to do with the checks of Meulan used by Vallibus'/Vaux's, in the colors of the lozengy Shield of Grooms/Crone's, thus tracing Crone-crane liners to the Crociatonum theater.
Some CRANE-using surnames, especially in lines to Fife (i.e. home of Adam), were traced to "UKRAINE," and in this case it applies exceptionally well. For I identified the proto-Alans of Forum Allieni (where crane-using Leto's were first found) in a merger with Trypillians of the Ukraine, who named Trypillia, south of Kiev, and therefore in or beside the Budini (proto-Buteshire elements) now tracing to the Bottis/Bota surname of Groom-like Cremona. Incidentally, the BUDINi lived in the Ukraine where PUTIN is now seeking to secure the area for Russia.
When I traced Trypillians to Forum Allieni = Ferrara, it had not to do with Leto's of Ferrara using a crane, but that is now a welcome support for the theory. The Boyds can be traced to the Budini because Herodotus said that they had blonde / red hair, which is what you find in the Boyd write-up. But, blonde hair is also the garbage (i.e. code) in the Crone write-up, so that crane liners, and Crane's, are now suspect precisely with Budini Ukrainians. English Cranes are traced to Crannes...in Maine, France, where French Josephs were first found. Therefore, the Budini line to the house of Boetus is suspect in Maine. In fact, I am now convinced that the crane of English swans, the only symbol in the Coat, is black because the Joseph martlet / swan, the only symbol in the Coat, is black.
The Alans of Vilaine (where Dol is located) were traced to Trabys of a merger with Astikas in Vilaine-like Vilnius (Lithuania, Lada goddess), and the Astikas had become suspect with Stocks/Stokes' ("qui insons" motto phrase) and Stake's (looks like the Montfort Bohemian lion) whose lion apparently popped up with the Coat of Hellouin-associated Norwich's. Stocks/Stoke's are traced in their write-up to the Bessin, and frankly the neighboring Alauna location explains the Meschin kinship with Stewarts. My question is the time period that Meschins arrived to that area of France. It is compelling to trace Meschins of Skipton to general Scipio, founder generally of Placentia and Cremona in about 218 BC. At that time, Meschins were Massena Numidians, in my opinion, as per king Massena joining the Scipio's family about a dozen years later. Scipio had lost a war in 218 on the Trebia. One wonders whether the Roxolani and other Alans were already at the Trebia theater, and what part they played in the Israeli priesthood to come shortly. Remember, Alans and Boyds are virtually one.
I felt that Massena-related Numidians settled at Massa-Carrara (near the sources of the Trebia), which place I had traced to "Muskerry," in Cork (Ireland). From this, one can perhaps predict that Massa-Carrara elements had been with the namers of CROCiatonum who eventually named CORK. It works well because Desmonds, who trace both to Ananes and to Cremona, were at the Cork theater with Muskerry elements. Moreover, Desmonds are suspect from the Demonte location on the Stura river.
In consideration of the Crump and Crompe variations of Croms, one can trace to Cromptons (see Hicks) and possibly Cramptons, and from there to the Krumppen variation of Krume's, ultimately taking this to the Croom variation of Crone's so as to identify Crom liners as Ukrainians. The CRIMea today is still at eastern Ukraine so that this may explain a Croom-like variation of Crane liners. Cramptons use a "square," as does the Arms of Placentia, a location beside Cremona. The Crims/Croombridge's/Crombrigs use small gold shields that I had traced to Placentia long before the idea struck that the Cremona might be from Crimea liners. The small gold shield of Scute's (same place as Chaddocks, Chadwicks and Cromptons) was traced to Placentia before realizing that the crane in the Scute Crest was for Ukraine elements. The white inner shield of Chaddocks, Chadwicks and Saddocks is very suspect with the white square in the Arms of Placentia (blue wolf jibes with the blue crane).
As Trypillians are suspect as Trabzon elements and therefore with wolf-liner Artemis, one can glean that the Neuri wolf was in cahoots with the Artemis wolf. It just so happens that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Scute's is that of Letts, suspect with Leto, Artemis' mother. This works great because the heraldic annuLET is code for both the Letts and Annas', the latter using the Shield-and-Chief combination of Letts, and of course tracing to Ananes Gauls of Placentia. Lets even use the Annandale saltire in colors reversed. Moreover, this is a good place to repeat that Leto's use a crane. Herodotus said that Amazons of the Trabzon area had migrated through the Crimea to become the proto-Alan Sarmatians. It was Herodotus who told that the Neuri become wolves once each year (perhaps code for their annual celebration of Artemis). Just draw a line from the Ukraine to the naming of the Bodencus river of Italy, where one of its tributaries, the Trebia, flows to Placentia. There you can find the Budini, now suspect in the Bottis/Bota surname. Take that family from Cremona, further up the Bodencus, to the Bautica.
It is probably true that Hellouin is an Alan line from old "Alauna." The Sturs (from the Stura valley near Monforte / Montferrat) that use the Hellouin Coat are also Stewart-like "Stower." But I traced Alans of Dol to a Roxolani alliance with the Neuri of the Ukraine (there is a Doly location near or exactly where Neuri lived), so that Norwich's could be Neuri liners, and we had cause already to see the Gellone-like Geloni (lived amongst the Budini) as a line to Alauna. The Norrys use a wolf, symbol of the Neuri. Roxolani lived on the modern BUZau river, the river where you see the Sadducee-suspect Cotesii stamped on this map:
In my first chapter of a Ladon book I started but did not finish, I felt Commissioned by God to start writing, seeking, first of all, the Buzites. I wrote of the reason for that claim, but had no idea where it would lead. Eventually, after claiming for some years that British Israelism had nothing to do with Israelite Hebrews, and everything to do with Nahorite Hebrews, my hunts turned to the Israeli priesthood. Buzites cropped up from time to time, but my emphasis was no longer on Buzites. It now seems that Buzites were at the root of the particular Sadducees that offered Jesus up. Too bad for British Israelists, who think they're from blessed Israelites of God; the story only got worse when Israelite lines of the far West were proving to be from Caiaphas and Annas, Herods and the Seleucid Maccabees. I never did stress the lost 10 tribes of Israel. Those who wanted back to Israel in the time of Nehemiah had opportunity to return. If they didn't, they likely got lost in the Goy.
The black Norry wolf now helps greatly to trace to Quadratilla and Lupus Laevillus, for not only is it the colors of the Quade Mackay/CAW wolf head, but a black wolf head is in the Cardine/CAWarden Crest, this being a surname suspect with Qewe shortly above...and here we find it linking to other Qewe liners, one of which is of the Levi-beloved Aide's! This is a powerful paragraph for convincing the doubters as to what these surnames are all about. But the greater point is that the Cardine motto uses "amore," and Amore's are virtually using the English Leavell Coat! Leavells are traced to "wolf," but that is erroneous, and likely a contrived code. The "Fide" motto term of Cardine's traces the Norry and Cardine wolves to Fiddle's at Fidelow = Vis-de-Loop, and Loops are suspect with LUPUS Laevillus. Powerful.
It just so happens that while Cowys'/Coweys were first found in KinCARDINE, Scottish Leavells use piles while Cowes' use piles that they call, pennants. We saw the Shawia aspects of Kincardine's trace to Avezzano elements, and here we find Italian Amore's (Annas / Tease star?) first found in the same place (Sardinia) as Avezzano's. That could be of the VISconti-of-Sardinia line to VIS-de-Loop, revealing it as an Avezzano / Chivasso entity.
Here's the Cawys (with an 'a'), listed with Caleys, showing the stars of Italian Amore's and the Chives quarters in colors reversed.
There was a crane in some surname (I can't recall) tending to clinch a trace of L'VIV in the Ukraine to Vivians and Fife's / Five's/Fifys. It may not be coincidental that the mother of five-like de-Quincy was from Fife. The idea there would be that Veys (Dutch branch uses a BOOT), who are the Bute liners of Morgan le Fey, evolved a Five surname in honor of de-Quincy that named Fife and Vivians too. In the meantime, or later, this family named L'viv.
As Mussels/Muscels use a version of the Meschin/MASCULINE Coat, but with white roundels (plates) in place of white scallops, the fact that this other Alen Coat has black talbots (Carrick symbol) inside white roundels speaks to a Meschin link to Carricks round-about. The Alen Chief even uses lions in Meschin-lion colors. The anchor in the middle of the Alen Chief is notable because the Shield-and-Chief color combination of this Alen Coat matches that of Annas, right in the midst of what seems to be the Adam and Marjorie's family, with Adams Annandale a fundamental part of the family. And even Kyle's, first found in the same place as Carricks and Margys/Mackeys, use an anchor. Here is an Allen Coat showing the Margy/Mackey Chief (compares well with the Maschi Chief) over the earl-of-Carrick chevron, with white talbots thrown in, in the design of the Carrick / Alen talbots (three feet on the ground). It could appear that Annans, Annas' and Anchors/Annackers are all branches, and then the Annas Coat shares the white-on-red stars with Angus' (beside Fife), and moreover can be using the red lion in the Alen Chief. Not only was Adam from the earls of Fife, but Saer de Quincy's "mother Orabilis was the heiress of the lordship of Leuchars in Fife."
"ORABilis" is a little like "Awraba," an alternative name of Ayrshire-suspect Aures, home of the Shawia Numidians honored in the "God SHAW the Richt" motto of Ayrshire. The Light/Lite Crest is using the swan design (minus the "ostrich feathers") once showing for French Josephs. The ostrich feathers explain the ostrich in the Carrick Coat, and thus predict that the Light/Lite chevron is a colors reversed version of the one used by earls of Carrick. The Leto's/Alitto's happen to use a giant, white "crane drinking" in Light/Lite colors, and then we saw one Crone surname with a Shield filled with lozenges, the Lombard-surname symbol.
The Annas / Angus stars are colors reversed from the Kyle / Glass / Black stars so that one could venture a trace of Annas liners to the Crociatonum area...i.e. where Carricks and Anchors have traced with Blacks and Alans. These were the rebels in England that needed to escape to Scotland. You can read of the Meschin rebellion at his Wikipedia article. "Saer de Quincy, 1st Earl of Winchester (c. 1170 - 3 November 1219) (or Saieur di Quinci) was one of the leaders of the baronial rebellion against King John of England..." Didn't we just see Saer-like Sauers linking to Carricks?
The page below show an Arms of Saer de Quincy with the red-on-gold Alan fesse. In the Chief, the Arms has a label (probably code for Bells = Bellamys) of 11 points, the number of billets in the BESANcon/Basset Coat. This speaks to the Caepio treasure at mount Pilat / St. Etienne, and traces to the same-colored billets of Etienne's, first found in the same place (Maine) as French Josephs. The latter use the footless martlets of Gard-related Pullens, and then Carricks use a "Garde" motto term. We can now identify Carricks in a merger from the namers of Villa Guardia at the other Appiano, about seven miles from Como, explaining why Carricks married a son of a Mrs. Comyn. You'll see some exclamatory evidence for this below.
Wikipedia gives an alternative spelling for Crociatonum in, CRONCiaconnum, which could corrupt to CONQuhar. The Kronkites (in Rock/Roque colors) use "a silver crane holding a rock." French Crane's, first found in the same place (Maine) as Josephs, use a large crane in black, the color of the Joseph swan. Scottish Crone's (Argyllshire, beside Ayrshire) use a shield filled with lozengy (called fusils) in the colors of the Thomas-Randolph lozenges. In the Kronkite's, therefore, it looks like we have found some kin, or even a branch of, Kilconquhars. German Crone's (Prussia) use "a crane holding a rock in its foot."
AHA! The foot term must be code for the Foots (and Fothes) honored in the "CyFOETH" motto term of crane-like Gernons, and then Ranulph le Meschin's son was Ranulph de Gernon! English Crone's/Crooms, who share a black lion in Crest with Gernons, use the Massey fleur (on probably a version of the Monk Shield that goes to Grimaldi's of Monaco). Masseys were from Crociatonum = Manche, and Footes is on the island of Guernsey off of Manche.
We saw upright red lions above in the Fergus' and Sauers, and as the Fergus line produced Marjorie, wife of Kilconquhar of Fife, it's important that Fife's use another upright red lion, but in both colors of the upright lion shown for Ranulf le Meschin at his Wikipedia article. French Adams happen to use that Meschin lion. This now traces one of Ranulph's lines to the Fife surname, likely from Conquhar rulers of Fife. I trace Fife's to Vivians/Veys using a similar Coat, and it just so happens that Craigs use a "Vive et vivas" motto, while the Fife Chief is reflective of the Anchor/Annacker Chief (the latter surname traces with Craigs to Agrigento and uses the Thomas-Randolph lozenges, probably). Dutch Veys share the boot with French Masseys/Massa's (boot no longer shown).
Cranks use a Shield split diagonally (bend-wise) in the rare direction, which I've found to be virtually exclusive to Massena liners. I'm already convinced that Cranks are named after Cronciaconnum, therefore. The Shield is actually said to be split "SINISter," which I've thought to be code for SENESchals/Seneca's using mascles. As the Hollow/Hallow surname was important and new in the last update, I've been wondering whether mascles are hollow lozenges for a Hollow reason. Hollows traced to the Gaulonites. I kid you not, that I wrote that before the first Seneschal page loaded (as a country folk, I have slow Internet), which shows red roundels, a Hollow/Hallow symbol! I had forgotten, and had only the French Seneschal Coat in my memory. The Hollows are the one's with the crescents of Conteville-related Conte's! The Seneschals above even use the same cross as the Moray Randolphs!!!
Mackeys and Mackays can trace to Macissus, on the Halys to the near-north-east of lake Tatta. As The Halls and Hulls linked with near-certainty to the Hollys and Hollows/Hallows, why not consider their trace to "Halys."
In the last update, the Camelfords were discovered from Gamala, city of the Gaulonites, and here I find that the Seneschals with the torteaux (red roundels) are using the same cross as Camelfords! It can't be a coincidence. It starts to assure that torteaux are code for the Toreatae scythians (or were they Iberi Hebrews?), kin / friends / neighbors of the proto-Sadducee Sittaceni. The Camelford cross was determined to be the Savoy cross as per the Brigantium theater (Brigit-Celt liners, right?) of Savoy.
The Crank lion is said to be "passant reGARDant," and then Gards are now clinched (as of the last update) as using a version of the Pulley/Pullen Shield that share's the red Crank scallop. If you take the time to understand the last update or two, you'll know the importance of Pulleys as relates to the birth of Joseph Caiaphas. It will take weeks for you to get a good grip on these matters, in such a way as to verify my claims. It's one thing to read the claims, and another to verify them. These discussions are not meant to be read like a newspaper. Here's an Aland Coat I've not shown before, using what is probably a version of the Pulley Coat.
The namers of the Bautica traced hard (last update) to Boets/Butts/Bute's, suspect from the Boetus house of Sadducees. It starts to suggest the possibility that a priestly figure of the Great Mother on the Sakarya was chosen to "rule" Israel on behalf of Romans. In fact, the mystery is that the Gauls originated from the Sakarya river before they came back as Galatians. They had been the Galli priests of Cybele in very ancient times, long before the Galatians proper. And so the Laevi Gauls, as go my logical expectations, had been amongst the Galli, and the theory -- a very good one -- is that they had been from the Levite school of Jonathan, in the book of Judges, a Levite resolving to worship pagan gods, and to serve a wicked band of "Danites" in Laish. And as Cybele was named after Cabelees, or vice versa, the fact that Lasonii are said to be a fellow-tribe with the Cabelees is striking a link to "Laish." This appears to be the Mystery Babylon the Great Mother of Tarts.
While Artemidoros was from the TROCmii Galatians, the Tracks/Triggs share the green-on-gold lion with Rippers/Ripleys suspect from the Riparia river upon which king Cottius ruled, ultimately from mythical Cotys, apparently, father of Attis, both husband and son of Cybele for a Stupid reason. It was not an accident; he was made a son and a husband as per the incest practiced by these Myso-Lydian fiends. In the temples, of all places, Lydians would have prostitutes, and the fathers of the daughters were willing partners for this abomination. They became the Latins with neighboring Italians, together a major part of the most disgusting Romans seeking to tax the universe in a bid to fill their bottomless stomachs. But they had not always been Italians. Way back, they were part-Israelites from Rimmon, and they engaged Gentiles left and right for enrichment sake, as would a prostitute with anyone that would come along.
In my unabashed opinion, Jupiter was from the 400 Jabesh wives of the Benjamites of Rimmon; Juno was from the Levite cult of Jonathan; and the Roman Hercules was from the Danaans out of Laish. Even the Etruscans had Hercle as their third-highest god. The Hercules entity was portrayed by writers as the most-wanderous, aggressive kind, and together with the namers of the Italians (the Atlanteans), they got to western Italy within 500 years of the 600 Benjamites of Rimmon, but not stopping there, they explored the far-west to become the British Danann with a kingdom between Ireland and Mona of Wales. The Celts originated from "Khaldi" in the land of the Amazons on the east side of ARDAhan, and that's what you can expect at Arddu and the Ordovices of the Mona area of Wales, a fundamental part of mythical king Arthur in years to come.
With the finding of the Alans at Crociatonum in times before Caiaphas, I can trace Danaan liners to that area from the Tanais river (at lake Maeotis, origin of the Sittaceni and the Toreatae), where Alans had their ancestry. With the Bruce-related Alans ending up in Brittany, a Welsh-based kingdom that contained king Arthur's wife, chances are that the Ardahan entity was at the Crociatonum entity too. Roger Whoeverhewas, founder of the historical Arduinici of Ivrea, may have been from Savoy, because that's where French Rogers were first found. And English Rogers are clearly using a version of the Pendragon Coat, likely a version of the Vaughn Coat too, possibly from Fano, beside Rimini, where the Rimmon Benjamites parked themselves for a time, we may assume.
The CATTOLica location at the Fano / Rimini area can go to the Cattle and Caddel fret, and these elements were of the Blake/Caddel surname traced (last update) to Crociatonum. All of this is a new picture for me, for which I don't have a good handle on, at this early time. It stands to reason that the proto-Arthurs were relating with the Alaunians (my term) of Manche, and that's the place I've traced (for years) to the Manx people on the Isle of Man, home of the mythical ManANNAN, a Danann peoples in that Herculean kingdom between northern Wales and Ireland. The reason that Monk trace there from Monaco is that Lug (sun god, why?) was made a fundamental part of the Manannan Danann. "Manannan" is not an ancient or historical term, but invented by writers whose methods was to install codework in such terms.
Why do we see "Annan" buried in a term that is meant to indicate the original namers of Man? We just saw why Agrigento Sicilians should trace to Manche, and one can include the Mens/MENGzes surname because it too uses the Shield-and-Chief color combination in the Arms of Agrigento. It just so happens that the Arms of the Isle of Man share three human legs in the same design as the Arms of Sicily. For the first year or so of emphasizing Agrigento due to a trace of Caiaphas to it's neighboring Montechiaro area (married Mosca's), I didn't know, until I read it, that mythical Aeneas was stationed at Agrigento en route to forming the Romans. This Aeneas entity thus becomes the Annan of Manannan, and it was, of course, meant as the myth writers to indicate Annandale. I've been claiming for years that the Hebrew Bruce's of Annandale were from Aphrodite, but I usually don't stress that she was made the mother of Aeneas, for which reason he was an Eburovices entity in the formation of Romans.
And Annandale is where Marjorie of Carrick can be brought into this picture, whose father ruled an area deriving from Acragas = Agrigento, and moreover she married Adam, and then the Adam surname was first found in Annandale (because no other Adam character was as important to the heraldry masters). And Adam's mother was a Comyn, now suspect from the Commoni Ligurians. There is a dagger held by the lion in the Comyn Crest that traces to Decks/Daggers, yes the ones with the squirrel, the red squirrel also in the Crest of Gilberts, the ancestors of Marjorie of Carrick. I'm starting to feel like a genius, all praise to Creator...whom has been keeping watch over the centuries of all conspiracies birthed in the secret rooms. I'm by no means a genius, but merely happen to be correct, like one who falls upon the real McCoy.
The English Adam/MacCAW surname uses a red-on-white cross in the colors of the Annandale saltire. Upon the cross are gold stars matching the color of the star on the red-on-white bend in the Arms of Bolzano. AND ZOWIE, while there's an Appiano at Bolzano and another at Como, the Borderlands Adams use a gold-on-green cross, a symbol in the Arms of Como province!!!!!!!!!! His Comyn mother was from Como, no small point. The latter Adam cross can trace possibly to the Arms of Pula, but in any case, the surname was first found in the same place (Languedoc) as Conte's and Ville's, thus tending to assure that his mother was from the Conteville rulers of Comyns. It appears that three-out-three (so far) of the seven Adam Coats trace to Alan Kilconquhar! Are there no other Adams in all the world that were important to Templar goons?
Repeat from way above: "The Cowens (Gonn/Kohn colors), who must apply to the Adams/Caws, use the Annandale Coat, and as such are suspect with 'cohen = priest'." This was part of the Caw problem wanting to know whether an Israeli priesthood had anything to do with Qewe and the Shawia. Isn't Adam a Hebrew name? As the Mackay dagger traces to the Ticino-suspect and Gilbert-related Decks/Daggers, and therefore to Tecks/Tess,' and as the Mackay motto traces to Fortriu = Moray, it's notable that while Adam is thought to have been the father of Thomas Randolph of Moray, Scottish Randolphs (first found in Moray) use a cross in colors reversed to the Adam/Caw cross, and in the colors of the Teck/Tess saltire. Those who discredit Adam as father of Thomas may be trying to cover something up.
If you're interested in tracing the red Adam cross to the Camelford cross, and moreover tracing Adams to Crociatonum with the Arms of Colchester, see the "Crux" motto term of German Adams and the "Quam crux" phrase in the Arms of Colchester below; then see the "QuiesCAM" of Stubbings and the "quies" in the same Adam motto. The same Adam motto yet has a "grata" term traceable to the "grace" term of Crichtons. Irish Adams use "cruce." Colchester is beside CAMbridge, where Caiaphas liners settled, and is in Essex, where Quints were first found.
Adams/Caws were from KYNEmund haha. On the red Adam/Caw cross, the Sutherland Coat are showing, meaning that Adams were merged with Mackays/Kaws/Coys/Quoids of Sutherland, a branch of Levi-beloved Aide's and QUADE's from QUADRAtilla, wife of Laevillus Nobodyknowswherehecomesfrom. See the "KYNE" motto term of Kays/Keys haha. It links to Kinners and Kendrys of Fife, where Adam had origins. Mackays not only use a "Manu" motto term, but another dagger. The "forti" motto term of Mackays must be for Fortriu, a Moray location.
The Kendrys share bendy in the colors of the same of Kay-related Ectors. The "cupid" holding a torch in the Kendry Crest is code for Cupids/Cobbets/COWbitts sharing the Bruce lion.
Where was I? Oh yes. As you can see, Adam's family was merged with Qewe elements, and Qewe was at Adana, where ancient proto-Danaans passed through before reaching rosy Rhodes and bullish Argos, the latter being founded by the Inachus-branch Anaki. Quadratilla's family was ruling a location in Cilicia, where Qewe is found, and her father, who married Maccabee, had become the Roman legate of Judaea. It was the last hurrah of the Herod line in Judea.
By the time of Quadratus in Judaea, starting in 102 AD, the Apostolic mission, and the combatant seven heads of the Beast, were behind. But the Cybele tiger was young with golden teeth, and she turned globalist, with Europe to conquer. She can be traced to Constantine I, a sun-god worshiper, whom can be found in the Face/Fessy motto, and it just so happens that Face's/Fessys, who were granted the leopard-face symbol, use the same cross as Camelfords, and of blue-lion Macclesfields. The Face/Fesse motto -- the words supposedly of Constantine I -- were not truly spoken by Constantine, but were code put into his mouth by the Stupids. It can be gleaned that they were code for Constantine-blood links to Valentinian I of Vinkovci, wherefore see the squirrels in the Valentin Coat, and let me repeat that the Valentin bend, in Face/Fessy colors, is the Aide bend with leopard faces. Moreover, Vinkovci at that early time was called, Cibalae, traceable to the Sibal(d)s of Fife, whom had merged with the line of Sakarya-river Seagars / Segni's.
The Face/Fessy motto, "Sub hoc SIGNI VINCes," speaks to VINKovci and the Segni/Segurana sharing the moline of Seagars and Sibals. What's there not to understand? As Segni's sound like Segans/Sagans sharing the Julian salamander, Constantine looks like a Julian liner. We even find, in the Sibal write-up, something I was not expecting, nor was it known until writing here: "A David Sibbald witnessed two charters by Duncan, Earl of Carrick in about 1250"!!! That's in the time of Marjorie of Carrick. The Sibal motto, "Justitia," is code for Justine of Picenum (possibly at the Cattolica theater), wife of Valentinian I.
It looks like one can trace Adam Kilconquhar to the Sibals. The latter's BalGONIE location may related to CONQU. The Sibals/Sibetts, in Cupid colors, look like they have variations linkable to Cupid/Cubbits variations, for Cupids were found in the Crest of the Fife Kendrys while Sibalds were of Fife. This could reveal that Cobb elements were at Cibalae...which is off the Sava river, and we saw earlier that the Fife lion traces to the Sauer lion (Sauers are said in their write-up to be from the Sau = Sava river). The Dieteri Galleri = Casper Sauer in the Sauer write-up traced to the Gallerys/Galloways using the same lion (essentially) as Cupids! The Gallerys/Galloways were of Wigton, where the same-colored Hanna's (kin of same-colored Hands/Hants) were first found, and that tends to clinch a Hanna link to Adam-related Annan(dale)s.
With Cibalae now suspect as a Cobb liner, lets bring the Hobsons/Hopsons into the picture, who share the Hand/Hants chevron. The Hobsons/Hopsons (same place as Tigers) were revelatory in the last update along with the tiger-using HOBs, first found in the same place as "OBstantia"-using Arthurs. The Hob-Crest description: "A silver tiger rampant reguardant." The Irish Arthurs even share "hurts" (blue roundels) with Hobsons/Hopsons. Hanna's (trace to blue-lion Macclesfield) use an "ardua" motto term. Hops/Hope's appropriately show the anchor as code for Anchors/Annackers.
In this squirrelly picture, the "Higher" motto of Gallerys/Galloways may be for a Hire-like branch of "Squire." Hire's are listed with Hare's while Hier's are listed with Herrs/Here's (Prussia), suggesting the Ayer and Eyer-related Here's of Ayrshire (where Carricks were first found) and Derbyshire. The Herrs/Hiers use a Shield like the VINCent Shield, and then English Vincents use QUATRefoils, symbol also of Ayers. It could look like Quadratus' and Laevillus' descendants / children were at Cibalae, which is where I traced the Bassianus family (on a hunch more than solid evidence) before knowing of Julius Bassus, son of Severus and father of Julius Bassus Quadratus. I read that the later Julius Bassianus was working for Carrick-related CARACalla (son of another Severus, and emperor in about 200 AD, not long before Constantine I) in Dalmatia, location of the Sava river.
The "DABITur" motto term of Vincents can trace well to the Davits, said to be from "Daibheid," and as these Davits use a green Chief, they can trace to the David-related Deas' of Angus, a known branch of Annan-related Desmonds that honor the Monks in their monkey. Therefore, we are on Crociatonum lines to the Manx. Desmonds honor the Croms in their "Crom" motto term, while Croms share the three, white Vincent quatrefoils! We therefore have the Vincent motto term pegged correctly. Deas' were first found in the same place as Ectors, important because the Ectors share bendy in half the colors of same of Italian Davits.
The Davit bend is in the colors of the Heim wolves, which are red and upright, reflecting the red Davit stag. The Heims are suspect with the HOP-related OPENheims, both using anchors to honor the Anchor/Annacker line...that had a branch in Annandale. The Heim wolf will trace momentarily to the Lycaonian wolf. The stag-using Davits are also "Dade/Daid," and I think this is more the original form of the surname, and that "Davit" came into play as per David Sibald, for he is suspect from DIETeri Galleri. The Davit wolf design is used by Flemings, and they have a "deed shaw" motto phrase, you see, code for the DEEDs/Dade's...that trace to lake Tatta in Lycaonia. The Shaws (trace to Qewe) use a trefoil-version of the Ayer Coat, and the Arms of Ayrshire (Annandale saltire of the Bruce's) uses a "shaw" motto term. As ancient Derbe was to the near-south-west of lake Tatta, it speaks to the Here's/Heyers and Eyers, first found in Derbyshire. The red Davit stag can be the red stag of Celts/Colts of Perta-suspect Perthshire, and thus the Davits can trace to Perta smack on the shore of Tatta.
Note how "Clune" can be a Gaulon term. These Clunes' are using antlers very linkable to the Colt/Celt stags. There is a black wolf in the Clune Crest. The last time that the black wolf was encountered, it led powerfully to Quadratilla and Laevillus. The houseofnames version of the Clunes Coat shows a Shield-and-Chief color combination in reverse to the other Clune Coat above. As the latter Clune Coat has zero symbols, just like the identical Saluzzo Coat, Clunes (in Aurelia colors) can trace to something in the Auriate theater of the Arduins. The importance of Clune's is their giant pheon in Pilate-pheon colors, for they were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Pontius Pilate's mother. This Clune pheon therefore supports the trace of the Celt/Colt and Coutes/Cotts pheon to the Pilate pheon.
In contradiction to those who trace "COLchester to "Colonia":
However, academic etymologists are confident that the Colne's name [river at Colchester] is of Celtic (pre-Roman) origin, sharing its origin with several other rivers Colne or Clun around Britain'''
That can trace Clune's to the Colapis river, and then make the Ny's and Knee's potential Una-river liners. I trace Caepio's to the Colapis, and Josephs were Caepio liners, right? Were Colapis elements at Camulodunum too? That makes sense. Colne-like Colins (same place as Alans of Dol) use the footless martlets in the colors of the same of Josephs, and are traced to LLANGollen (Denbighshire) and to "hazel-tree." French Colins were first found in the same place as Levi's and Chappes'.
Here is a Coats surname never been shown that has the Colt/Celt / Coutes stag-with-pheon, as well as birds that look like partridges. If they are PARTridges, it tends to clinch the bird's identification with PERTH. The birds could be ducks. Note how the Char(d) partridges look like ducks. In the picture of the paragraph below, the Char(d) garb can easily be the garb of Josephs, first found in the same place as English Sturs.
The Clune's are traced to Clunie in STORMmot, and Storms (same bars as Love's/Luffs) are showing themselves as a branch of Sturs, which tends to prove that Sturs are from the Stura valley (about 25 miles south of Saluzzo). French Sturs are said to be from "Tourlaville, near CHERburg in the Manche", and then it's Char(d)s that use partridges. Just like that, it appears the Clune's can trace to the Gaulonite-suspect Cotentin. We are seeking whether the Geloni amongst the Neuri / Budini were the proto-Gaulonites, which makes it important every time Gaulonite suspects trace to Alauna. But look: Stormys/Esturme's use the Levi lion in colors reversed, used in the same colors by Tail's/Tailers, first found in the same place as Leavells and Char(d)s. The Tail/Tailor PALE bar is in the colors of the Leavell PILES. The Coats' at houseofnames happen to use the Stur bars, apparently.
Irish Clune's are said to be from the Irish word for "knee," but, taking that as garbage, I'll trace the Clune's to same colored Knee's because they use stags. The Knee's are the ones suspect with the Charo/Claro bend because Joseph's use a "ni charo" motto phrase. Note that while French Chaplins share the two gold chevrons of Josephs, English Chaplins/Kaplans (same place as Josephs) are using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Clune's. Then, the Cromwells use the Charo/Claro bend in both colors while having a swan in Crest, symbol of French Josephs. The Crom QUATRefoils are for Quadratilla, right?
Here's the besants of the Arms of Cherburg, but whose black-on-white Zionist stars are in the Cherburg fesse? I've come across black Zionists stars, though rarely, but can't think of anyone else using them. But my trusty files have informed that the Burns use black Zionists stars: "...it is thought that [the Burns] derived from a race called the Boernicians..." Can that trace to Alexander Berenicianus? The only other surname that my files are indicating are Bernice's! Amazing coincidence. Bernice's/Burnes' even use a "PerSEVERantia" motto code that must for the Julius Bassus, son of Severus, and husband of Berenicianus' niece. The Cherburg besants go back to Mr. Bassus, right? Does this indicate that the black Zionist star is an Illuminati symbol tracing back to Laevillus, husband of Mr. Bassus' granddaughter? Why is the Quade wolf black (on white)? Why is the Aide leopard face black (on white)? Why are the Leavell piles black (on white). Black on white, reminds me of Blacks on Wight, location of Cowes.
Tails/Tailers are from the Taulantii on the south side of the Cavii Illyrians / Albanians. As the Tails/Tailers were also first found in Kent, they are likely using the Caesar roses. I read that GAUIS Julius Caesar was also "CAUIS, like "Cavii / Cawys."
Cherburg is 12 miles from Valogne. I'm tracing that term to "Pelagonia," beside Lyncestis, located under the 'M' of "Macedonia" on this map. This trace is due to finding what I missed in the last update, the lynx in the Arms of colognes. "Azure, a lynx courant argent between in chief 2 stalks of wheat crossed in saltire and in base 2 stalks palewise Or." Why "courant"? The Cours were first found in Brittany, and Valogne was anciently Alauna/Alaunia. But there is more to help clinch Alaunia with Alans of Dol. "Pelagonia" even smacks of the Stewart pelican! It may mean that we can trace the Pullens/Pulleys and the Pulchers to Pelagonians, suspect with Peleg, brother of JOKtan, explaining the Alan OAK leaves.
At first sight, I'm tempted to say that "LYNCestis" had been an Alen(g) term naming Langhe at Alba, the latter tracing to Albanians, who may certainly have lived in Pelagonia. Alba is on the Tanaro river along with Asti, like "Astibus" of the Paeonians smack to the north-east of Pelagonia. German Langs use a pelican! It looks like we have found the root of the Dol Alans at Lyncestis, and it is right beside Heraclea, named after Hercules worshipers, from Danaans, whom were mythicized as sons of Lynceus! The latter was one of 50 sons (probably code for Hecatonchire) of Aegyptus, thus tracing Alans to Belas/BELUS, father of Danaus and Aegyptus, and explaining why Alans were close kin of Bellamys. Moreover, I traced Danaus to "Tanis" in the PELUSium region of the Nile delta, but also back to "Tanais" smack in the part of Caucasia where Alans lived! If that's not enough, Bellamys merged with Maceys while the Meshwesh ruled Tanis as per the 21st dynasty of Egypt!!! This is no small find for explaining history. I can do a lot with this. Alans were on the Nile delta, who would have thought?! It explains why Greeks were called both Danaans and Hellenists.
Lake LYCHNidus is beside Lyncestis, and I traced the naming of that lake to the namers of lake LYCHNis, otherwise called lake Sevan, origin of swan liners in Liguria. One wonders whether LYCH and LYNC were identical stock so that mythical Lynceus might trace to lake Sevan. I expected proto-Sadducees of the Soducena / Sittaceni kind at Lychnidus because Soducena is marked at lake Lychnis on this old map of Caucasia. The Sittaceni were from the Tanais area, and there was an Alania nation between Tanais and Soducena.
Now watch. At Sais of the Nile Delta, there was a Sevan-like SEBENnytos/SAMANnud location that traces quite-obviously to the naming of Sabines and Samnites, and therefore to swan-suspect Savona of Liguria. This can be traced with Lombards/LANGobards to Alauna (that trace was made in the last update), for Langobards were of the Sabine-like Suebi that lived beside/with the Samnite-like Semnones. It appears that Lombards are tracing to the Lynceus > Lyncestis > Langhe line, and that Sevan elements of the Sabine kind were following. The Savona area itself traced to Alauna as per the trace of Oneglia to the Unelli of Crociatonum. As this was the proto-Nagle entity that also became "Nail," the nails in the Logan Coat apply excellently because Arthurian myth revealed the Swan Knight to be the Logans/Lohans, who link well to Licks / Lucks / Locks / Lokens and similar terms suspect from "Lychnis / Lychnidus."
Percival, father of the Swan Knight, traces to Bellamys at Perche, to be understood as the Belas > Lynceus line that likely named ALENCon, beside/in Perche. Alencon is about 10 miles from Belleme. I found Bellamys and Perche's either on the Arve river, or merged with Arve elements of the Harvey / Garvey kind (Garveys, who lived in the land of O'Neils, share the double-Perche chevrons). The Arve is near Seyssel, and as Bellamys use the Seaton/Sitten crescents, while Seatons are from a Say location, I traced Seyssel to the Seaton-colored Says using the Massey Shield in colors reversed. I had traced Says tentatively, years earlier, to "Sais" in the Nile delta, before knowing of Seyssel. Seyssel and the Arve river are at lake Geneva, which should trace to Genova, some 25 miles from Savona.
Therefore, there is very good reason above for tracing "Sittaceni" to Sittens, and to STHENelus, father of the Greek swan king, Cygnus. In other words, Sthenelus loosely becomes the proto-Sadducee suspect, suspect from swan liners at or around lake Lychnidus. Italian Alba's use a swan. You can bet that the Ligurian swan line got linked to the Laevi Gauls to produce swan-liner Joseph Caiaphas. If Bologna was named after the namers of Valogne / Pelagonians, then the Paeoni, beside Pelagonia, become suspect with the Boii of Bologne, the ones that I say partook in forming the MaccABAEUS family. It just so happens that the Abaeus cult at Abae was an Apollo-related one, and that Abae was at Phocis, suspect with the proto-Ligurian Phocaeans. The line of the namers of Alauna, from Lyncestis to Langhe, has thus filled some important gaps in the formation of the Israeli priesthood. The Laevi-associated Marici lived on the Tanaro (see Ligurian tribes in the 4th update of last month), location of Langhe.
Pelagonia-like Pollux was born from the egg of a swan, and he was the Spartan Apollo, meaning quite obviously that Apollo was a line from Peleg Hebrews. I view Joktan as the Zeus bull. Eber became Europa > Aphrodite > Eburovices. The Bellamys, likely the Apollo line called, Abello, thus becomes identifiable with Peleg liners, but if this is correct, then Belas may cease to be a Baal line and becomes a soft-version "Peleg." However, it could be that Baal was named after Belas.
If correct to trace Pendragons to Penestae upon the Drilon river formed from lake Lychnidus, lookie here: Valogne "lies on the Merderet river," smacking of mythical Mordred! He's the one that "killed" king Arthur when the latter retreated to Avalon = Bute, the location suspect with the Boetus house of Sadducees. Plus, "Avalon" traces to Avellino/Abellinum, an Apollo line location of wolf-depicted peoples that merged with the Marsi to produce Romans. Marsi, the proto-Marici, lived on Phocaea-suspect Fucino beside Sevan-liner mount Sabina, and the Marsi named Marseilles, where the Phocaeans founded Ligurians. The Marsi lived in Abruzzo, land of the Eber > Aphrodite line.
I had figured Mordred out to be a Pict, and so he should trace to the CamALLAN river in the Stirling theater.
One can expect the Levites from Biblical Jonathan, who lived with Dan-named peoples some sort at Laish, to become Danaans at Lissus, at the mouth of the Drilon. In other words, there is cause to link Danaans at Lyncestis to Danaans at Lissus, near the mouth of the Mathis too. The Lys/Lisse Coat (Massey fleur) shares greyhounds with the PENES'/Pennys (Northampton, Atrebates country) suspect from Penestae, and there is another lynx in the Penes/Penny Crest! Trace the Atrebates to Atrecht, capital of Artois, near a Lys river.
King Arthur did not die. It was a story, "Le MORTE D'Arthur," produced to form codework between the Morte's/Motts and the Arthurs. It just so happens that Morte's/Motts were first found in Cotes-du-Nord, smack beside Dol! This is very important because MORDred, code for the river through Alauna, represented the Morte's. It traces Maccabees of Modi'in to Alauna. You just saw why Penestae elements trace to the Arms of Alauna. Stewarts loved Bute, a place that traces to Butua, beside Kotor. There is an Ardon river at Caucasian Alania.
Lake Scodra, north of Lissus, must trace to the "VireSCIT" motto term of Stewarts and Brocks (the sphinx of Brocuffs traces to Spinks, first found in the same place as Penes'/Pennys), and this includes the potent-cross liners of Brocuffs and Skits / Skeets'. The point is, however, that Scodra elements, suspect with the renaming of British Alba to Scotland, traces to the Vire river, the mouth of which is about 20 miles from Alauna. While Bar is on the Adriatic coast from Scodra, the Lings/Lyngs (Somerset) are interesting for using fish heads in the colors of the Bar-le-Duc fish, and in the colors of the fish of Saraka's at nearby Kotor.
Did you note "ADRiatic," like "ATRebates."
German Links use a split Shield vertically in colors reversed to the same of Gate's, and then Geddes likewise have fish heads. The Links even use a lion in the colors of the Gate lion, and then the crossed spears of the Links can trace to the same of Pasi's of Valogne-like Bologna. This paragraph made me realize that the "ABCDEF" in two Lang Coats is code for LinkLETTERs (sheldrake ducks) using a version of the Stewart Coat.
The problem is, Wikipedia does not give a time period for the naming of Alauna, and no one else online seems to say anything further about this place.
Two Camel Lines from the Ticino
The PARTridge was a symbol of ancient and mythical PERDix. We saw Chars expected with the Burgo-Caro / Burgo-Cher entity at Cotentin / Crociatonum. As Gamala of the Gaulonites traces to Colchester, here's an Arms-of-Colchester motto: "COLCESTRIENSIS SUM BURGI COMMUNE SIGILLUM." Burgincidence? Does it seem that Comyns/Commons are in code there? They must be, for John de Burgo ruled both Conteville and Comyns.
The BURGO-Cher entity belonged to Tatton-related Duttons, a Tatta liner, I'm sure. Duttons use the fret of BERKshire's, but the FRET is also used by Cattle's and Caddels that traced with Blake's to Crociatonum. It's a no-brainer that Maschi's of Rimini trace with Cattle liners to Masci's = Masseys/Maceys of Manche. FERTE-Mace is about 50 miles from the area of the Cotentin where Crociatonum is expected to have been, but for all I know, Crociatonum may have been a large area encompassing Ferte-Mace.
The CHIMNeys use the Derby antelope design, and the KIMMENs are listed with the KilConquhar-related Comyns sharing three gold garbs with Deeds/Dade's. The latter were first found in the same place (Norfolk) as HOBBITS/Hobbarts, and can therefore link to the COBBETTS/Cupids/CUBITS (Caepio-line lion) that have already linked to KilConquhar. As Arthurs are Hob and Hobson kin, the Deeds/Dade's are suspect with the Arthur Shield. The Artemidoros line was suspect (from the 2nd and 3rd updates of last month) in the Tatta area, and Derbe became suspect as the place to seek Caiaphas ancestry.
As Pulleys/Pullens have been traced to a Caepio-related Pulcher, you can count the following as no grand coincidence. The Cupid Crest uses two arms (battling with scimitars) while the Romneys (Kent), using a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat, use two "CUBIT arms in blue." There is this Rome Coat never shown before, with a bend in colors reversed from the Romney bend, and using what must be the Spurr bend in colors reversed, for one can see a spur on the Rome bend. The Close/Clovse Coat (shares green dragon with Kilpatricks), in Spurr colors, likewise uses a spur, and as Rome's/Rooms were first found in the same place (Dumfries) as Kilpatricks, who lived at CLOSEburn, this not only clinches the Closeburn trace to the Close/Clovse surname, but identifies the Rome's as Romney - Pulley liners. It finds Pulcher suspects up in Annandale circles.
Cubit arms in BLUE. You can bet that the Blue/Gorm surname (blue rooster heads) applies to Romneys and to Marjorie, for it was first found in Arran, off the shore from Margys/Mackeys, and where MacAbee's were first found. French Blue's happen to share bendy in the colors of the Davit bendy.
You can likely be correct in tracing Blue's to Blois elements on the Arc river (of Maccabee liners). Even the "arms" in the Romney description can be code for Armors, probably from Cote du Armor (same as Cotes-du-Nord), where Motts were first found that trace to Modane on the Arc river. English Blois' were first found in the same place (Suffolk) as Tigers, but unfortunately, Tigers don't show a Coat.
The muzzled bear of Vincents, shared by Mackays as well as the Leavell-related Percivals (see also Forbes' of near-Fife), is likely code for Alexander Berenicianus, son of Tigranes' and OPgalli, son, and uncle of Quadratus' wife (Iotapa). It strikes me here that IOtapa may have been an Io liner, same as the Zeus bull cult.
The Manners/Maness', by the way, always suspect with the Mens'/Mengzes, share a peacock in crest with Camelfords (and Comforts). The Adam/Caw cross is a colors-reversed version of the Camelford cross, and so my "ancient" claim that Annas, high priest of Israel, had his blood in the Annan(dale) family is looking very true with the Camelford trace to Sadduc, a conspirator, apparently, with the Gaulonians. We may assume that Annas was a Sadducee, as they, not Pharisees, ruled the Sanhedrin. Therefore, Sadduc looks ancestral to Annas. In my current view, the proto-Anchors/Annackers of Agrigento (a city founded by Sicilians of Gela) were ancestral to Annas.
The single symbol, a fleur-de-lys, in the Cowen Chief, is suspect with the giant fleur of Gamala-like Gamble's. As the Cowen Coat (as well as a Coun Coat I have in my files that is identical) is the Annandale Coat linking well to Adam Kilconquhar of Annandale, it could signal a Gaulonite trace to Camelford-suspect Adam. We sure want to know why, if correct. There is a Camel surname using only camels that don't help us much, but it was first found in the same place as Leavells. Then, there is a Gamle/Gamel/Gamule surname using a version of the Capone and Camp Coats, and it just so happens that Campbells (in Camp colors) are also "Cammell." And Camelfords are also Campbellfords. Plus, the camel-using Darwins became suspect with camel-using Pepins / Pipe's while the Letts with organ pipes and the Annandale Coat in colors reversed use the Capone / Gamel stars too.
If begs the question of whether Adam's mother was from a Comel surname (Moden/Modey colors), which happens to be in Comyn colors. It uses billets in Comyn colors, and was first found in the same place (Languedoc) as Conte's and Ville's, what a coincidence. Italian Comels show variations linkable to Conte's/Comites', but also "COMINI / COMO." It might now be a good idea to freeze a Comyn trace to the Commoni Ligures in place of a trace to Gamala liners, but that too can be hasty. It is apparently not possible that Commoni Ligures proper formed the namers of Gamala, for the latter was apparently already named in the time of Moses. When seeking Gamala elements, one should never lose sight of the gemel term in the Medley description, for it certainly traces to Modi'in elements.
The Comel variations are able to inform us that Combs are Como liners. Usually, I've viewed Combs as Gomerians, and while I know that MontGOMERy's use what could be a version of the Comyn / Comet Coats, one needs to chose / discover whether Comyns trace to Gomerians / Cimmerians / Cumbers / Umbrians versus something else. I think that Chambre on the river of Modane tends to trace Cimmerians to Modane. Combers/Comers use estoiles in place of the Capone / Gamel stars, and the red Comber/Comer dancette is in Quint-chevron colors. German Gomers (Bavaria) are also "Gomen." It is no small thing to find the black Kopple rooster (same design) in the Gomer/Gomen Coat, especially as the Kopple rooster has the look and colors of the Joseph martlet / swan (i.e. the only symbols in the Coat.
Here's from an article on Gamala:
City in Palestine, opposite Taricheĉ, beyond Lake Tiberias [north-east side]. It had an unusually strong position on the side of a mountain with a protruding spur, which gave it its name (= "camel")...Alexander Jaunnĉus [Maccabaean king of Jerusalem as of 103 BC] captured the fort...and from that time Gamala became a possession of the Jews. (ib., ed. Niese, § 4; earlier editions have "Gabala"; the same name occurs in "B. J." i. 8, §, 4). The region surrounding Gamala, called Gamalitis in "Ant." xviii. 5, §, 1, was a territory in dispute between Herod Antipas and the Nabatĉan king Aretas. Elsewhere Josephus calls the district in which Gamala was situated "Gaulanitis"; and the rebel Judah, who was born in Gamala, is called "the Gaulanite" ("Ant." xviii. 1, §, 1).
When the great war broke out against Rome, Gamala at first remained true to the Romans (Josephus, "Vita,"§ 11), the oppressed inhabitants of Bathyra finding refuge there (ib.); but later it also revolted, and was fortified by Josephus ("B. J." ii. 20, §, 16). King Agrippa sent Equiculus Modius thither to conquer the fortress, but he was too weak to do so...
The Mishnah [reliable?] counts Gamala among the cities which had been surrounded by a wall since the time of Joshua ('Ar. ix. 6)...
Did you see the Modius surname? Did you see the Gabal-like variation? There was a Gabuleum location smack beside a modern Has location (potential Hasmonean entity) on the Drilon river, home of the Cavii. See Gabuleum in the lower-left of this map:
Gabuleum is at the mouth of the White Drin. A tributary on the Drin has a Decani location traced to the Decans and Deacons, who may be using a colors-reversed version of the Camelford cross. Very near Has (northern-most area of the Drilon), there is the KOPLik/KUPIONICH location suspect with "Caepionis" as well as with the Kopple surname. Therefore, it appears that Gamala-suspect Gomers/Gomens were from the Koplik theater, and there are others things to assume. The Combers/Comers use a "lynx" in Crest that traces to Lyncestis, but then modern Alauna uses a lynx for a Comer trace to Manche, where the rulers of Comyn / Comines traced.
As I've traced Hazels to Has, its likely that the Comels apply because they use the same fesse as Hazels. As per the Chalmel variations of Comels, "Calm" was entered to find the MalCOME's/MalCOMBs (honor the Arduinici), from the royal Malcolms. They use stars in Comyn colors, how about that. It looks like the Duncan-based kings of Scotland were from Como liners. The Duncan-related CHAMBERlains look like Comber liners, right? The Malcolm saltire is in the colors of the Nagle/Nail saltire while the other Nagle's use the Hazel / Comel fesse! Nagle liners were from the Unelli of Crociatonum, right?
You can see the Paeoni, who trace to Chappes-related Payens/Pagans/Paions, to the east of Gabuleum. The Chappes' share a solid-white chevron with Gomers/Gomens, The Kaip(f)'s, first found in the same place as Gomers/Gomens, likewise use a solid chevron, and both are curved. None of this traces necessarily to Gamala/Gabala, but at least there are several good reasons for tracing Caiaphas liners to Gabuleum, and in the meantime Josephus spoke on a Sadduc involved with Judas the inhabitant of Gamala.
In light of the suspicion that Sadducees would end up tracing to El-Gabal, this Gabala term for Gamala is interesting. The claim that Gamala was named after a camel due to a jut in a local mountain may be a cover-up. It would be very-important for Jews, starting with Caiaphas, to cover up any historical writing that traced the Israeli priests to El-Gabal, don't you think? Aha, the Kaip(f) wolf head is also the Clapton wolf head (same color even), and Claptons trace to "Glaphyra," at Comana, what a gomencidence! Claptons were first found in Cheshire, home of the Comyn garbs. There was a Clopton location in Suffolk, where Deacons were first found.
It should be added that I see Gomerians in the naming of QUMRan. But Essenes had a branch at mount Carmel, near Haifa (like "Kaipf"), that itself uses a solid chevron, likely from the Crusaders of the Chappes kind. I'm going to assume that proto-Maccabees in the Drilon / Cavii theater came to live in Gamala, and that the city did not go back to Joshua's time.
Septs of Chives-related MacinTOCHs include Combs...and the Cumbors bringing up the Camelfords, how about that! They also show MacCagy/Cagg septs that might be of the Caige variation of Tock-like Teague's...who could go back to Tigranes, ancestor of Alexander above, conqueror of Gamala. Later, Cage's/Cadge's are traceable with similar others to "Adige," a river at Bolzano. This gets important where the NORwich's use a split Shield in the colors of the same of Cage's, for as Budini are suspect at Bolzano/Botzen, Norwich's thereby look like Nahorites. I didn't realize at first that the Cage Crest stag is that of Staceys = Eustace's!!! It helps to assure the previous trace of Eustace's to Bolzano. The Stacey saltire must therefore be a colors-reversed version of the Cage saltire.
AND BEHOLD, the Eustace stag is virtually the one in the Crest of Golans, who are in Stacey colors!
The Stacey-Stack relationship can actually make Eustace's suspect from one of the three locations to which I trace Astikas' of Vilnius. Alternatively, there is a Eust-like Gus location (lower-right of map) on the Propontis (Marmara) very near Astacus. Look at how close PRUSA is to Gus, for the Stacey / Eustace motto uses "PERSEqueris." In this picture, Eustace's may have been Gus liners merged with Astacus liners.
The Gards use a wolf, and then, so far as I can recall, I haven't yet mentioned lake Garda to the south of Bolzano. Named after a Garda location some 15 miles from Verona, it has a northern end at Arco, very linkable to gemel-using Medleys. Arks and Modeys were first found in Comyn-related Berkshire, and Eustace's are using the Berk/Burgh cross. There was a Villa Guardia mentioned from the Como area.
Alexander Jannaeus, supported by Sadducees, conquered Gamala...like maybe the Sadducees all originated there. At that time, there was mortal war between Sadducees and Pharisees. Possibly, in those days, the Sadducees were of one family with perhaps no more than a dozen members. I don't know whether there is anything written on their numbers at that time. Being on the north side of the sea of Galilee, Gabala could have been on a road to Massyas in Lebanon.
The article fails to mention an important point mentioned in Wikipedia's Golan Heights article: "Jannaeus established the city of Gamla in 81 BC as the Hasmonean capital for the region." Surprise, the city was that important to Maccabees. It goes on: "The Itureans, an Arab or Aramaic people, settled there in the 2nd century BC and remained until the end of the Byzantine period...Organized Jewish settlement in the region came to an end in 636 AD [not long before Idris of Morocco] when it was conquered by Arabs...It was captured during the 1967 Six-Day War, establishing the Purple Line." Why a purple line?
At the MacIntoch-sept page, the motto phrase, "bot a glove," which is intended to mean "but with a glove," is "bota glove," looking like code for the Bota/Bottis surname (Cremona). Did the Bota's (eight-pointed stars) of that place found the house of Boetus? There are plenty of MacIntoch septs of the Aeson / Esson kind (Essenes liners?) that may have been of Has elements. On the page below, you see the location of "Gamla" on a map, in the GOLAN Heights that still, apparently, honors the Gaulonites. "Situated at the southern part of the Golan, overlooking the Sea of Galilee, Gamla was built on a steep hill shaped like a camel's hump, from which it derives its name (Gamla meaning 'camel' in Aramaic)." It's pretty hard to argue with that, if true. But perhaps this place was chosen wrongly by someone(s) due to a "hump" in a mountain. Aren't all mountains humps? Or, maybe it's the correct location but the hump isn't really all that much like a camel's hump. We'd all like to see this hump before believing in this claim.
...the city [of Gamala] appears to have been founded as a Seleucid fort during the Syrian Wars (3rd century BC)...and it was annexed to the Hasmonean state under king Alexander Jannaeus in c. 81 BC.
Josephus Flavius [the historian], Commander of Galilee during the Jewish Revolt against Rome, in 66 AD fortified Gamla as his main stronghold on the Golan.
...It was only properly identified in 1968 by surveyor Itzhaki Gal [Gaulonite suspect], after the Israeli conquest of the Golan Heights during the Six-Day War.
Why was it previously identified as another/other location(s)? The first person in the article who identified the location (wrongly according to Wikipedia) has a Furrer surname. Why was a Mr. Furrer looking for this city? Furrers use just a giant fleur-de-lys, but it's in the colors of the same of MontGOMERys. It's gold, like the giant Gamble fleur. The surname has variations like the Fire/Feuer surname sharing a large, white-on-red unicorn with Rasmussens, who show an Eras variation like the Aures location of Idris' wife. This could indicate that RasMUSSENs were of the Massyas area of Lebanon, or neighboring Emesa, home of El-Gabal. Rasmussens were even first found in Hesse, a term I trace to Has and Gabuleum because Hesse's use a giant sun highly suspect with El-Gabal. The Pepin-related Rasmussens are the ones shown also as "Erasmus," the first name of a Mr. Darwin whose surname uses the camel. Some say that Erasmus Darwin was the real inventor of Evolution.
The Masci's are from Aures, in my opinion, and they use the fleur-de-lys in the colors of the Furrer fleur. The Rasmussen bend is in the rare direction used by Masci's and Massena, the latter two using a version of one another's bends. The Asmans use the Rasmussen bend, but in the other direction, and with fleur in the white-on-red colors of the Massey fleur. It's the Shaws, from Aures, that use an "Itur" term buried in their motto that can go back to Itureans of Golan.
The Golan surname (same place as le-Meschin's wife) uses a lion like the one showing at Wikipedia for Ranulph le Meschin. It also uses red crescents, a Muslim symbol, perhaps (Idris was a Muslim). Wikipedia on the Golan Heights adds: "The Greek name for the region is Gaulanitis. In the Mishna the name is Gablan..." Suddenly, "Gaulan(ite)" looks like a Gawla > Gabal term.
The importance recently of tracing the Eustace surname solidly to Bolzano/BOTZen, and earlier to the Bauts, is where the brown stag in the Golan Crest is similar to the brown ones in the Eustace / Stacey Crests. The Eustace Coat is in Golan colors, and uses the Burgh cross so that Eustace's are connectable to Conteville's of Comyn. The "Cur" motto term of Eustace's is like the Cour-suspect "Courage" motto of Comyns. While the Eustace stag uses the features of the Stewart stag, Cours were first found in Brittany, and moreover they use besants (i.e. traceable to the El-Gabal priesthood). The Cour bend even rises in the rare "sinister" direction.
Without any thought to this Gaulonite topic at all, I traced the ancestry of Guerin of Provence to Idris of Morocco. It was not on my mind at all that Guerin's father, William Gellone, might have been a Gaulonite. I did not even think that Idris might have been from Golan elements. But here I find that the Guerin Coat shares the Zionist stars of Massena's, and uses the Golan lion in its Chief! The Gellone's are even in Golan colors, and use fleur-de-lys on gold, as do Rasmussens. The Guerin stars are pierced and therefore called, mullets, after the Mullets that use the same, but Mullets are suspect with "Mallet," a surname that would be taken up by a Maccabee line. Mallets (share a hind with Shaws) even use the colors and format of Comyns / Comets.
The Pale's were first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Gellone's, use upright lions in the colors of the same of Golans, and a camel in Crest! The Pale Coat looks like a version of the Charo/Claro Coat. It's now interesting that Kemmells use dolphins in pale, in the colors of the Camel camels, and were first found in Cornwall, beside the Camels of Somerset, and in the same place as dolphin-using Tippers. Moreover, Cornwall is the location of Bude, which looks like it's using a version of the Bute/Butt Coat so as to be traceable to the Buz-suspect Budini, from brother of Kemmell-like Kemuel. It could appear that Nahorites were in the Cornwall peninsula...where English Stewarts were first found whom were identified with Nahorites years ago. Alans share a red, upright lion with Golans.
English Barbers happen to use the Gellone fleur, and the write-up even traces to a shave theme, which, while it makes sense and is to be expected, suggests that it's a clever code for the Sheaves/Shaws (this is the Boofima line to Imperia). Scottish Barbers use a red saltire, symbol of Staceys. The red scallops and the bull head of Barbers suggest a trace to Savona's, kin of Pulleys, and the Barber motto suggests the Neils/Nihills, wherefore the Warwickshire location of one Barber surname can imply the Sheriffs of that place using the same fesse as Nagle's and Hazels, while Sheriffs use an "Esse QUAM" motto phrase linkable to Has suspects as well as to Essenes from QUMran. The Sheriff griffins are identical to those in the Chaplin/Kaplan/CHEPlain Chief (connectable to the garbs in the Joseph Chief), and then Chapmans/Chepmans use a solid chevron in colors reversed from the same of Gomers/Gomens. The Chapman crescent is in the colors of the Golan crescent, and the Sheriff fleur-de-lys is colors reversed from the one of MontGOMERys.
JUST REALIZED. The roosters of Gomers/Gomens (Bavaria) are those of Kopple's, and then the Koplik location is at a CLAUSula river while Claus' (Bavaria) use the Golan / Guerin lion! Bingo. The Clausen variation traces to Klassens, and from there one can go to Glass' (BUTEshire!) that use red-on-white stars, the colors of the eight-pointed star of BOTA's!!!
The Trypillians had what Wikipedia called an hourglass goddess, and it showed an etching of her with an hourglass shape, though that part was removed from the article (after I mentioned it a few times), one wonders why. I had been wondering whether the Glass surname took on that particular variation in honor of that goddess, for Houstons (Stewart checks), of Glasgow, use an hourglass in Crest. The Claus / Guerin / Golan lion should be in the hourglass Shield of Guido's.
The Spanish Barbera Coat with what I call an hourglass Shield (not the heraldic description) uses "cauldrons" and what could be the red Thor towers from the Tuareg Berbers. Barbera's use the towers in both colors of the MORATIN/Murena towers. As the Mauritanians are implied, let's trace this to Glaphyra, who married Juba, king of Mauritania, for it was recently found that Glaphyra-based Claviere's (why FOUR keys?) put two eagles on their Shield in the same positions and positioning as the Moratin/Murena Coat. That made the Moratin/Murena surname clinched with the Juba marriage to Glaphyra, and so while Wikipedia claims they had no children, heraldry suggests otherwise. Juba was a descendant of Massena, and I traced the latter's name to Cilnius Maecenas, who married the Murena family. We saw in the last update how Maecenas' wife, Terentia, born from a Terentius-Varro surname, traced to Trento and Trentino in the Bolzano theater. '
As "Claviere" has got to be a variation of the Chiava version of the key-using Shave's/Sheaves, it begs the question of whether Glaphyra's descendants went to be amongst the Shawia that Idris later married. The black stone of El-Gabal was used by the Muslim's, apparently, and Idris was a near-descendant of Mohammed.
Another new realization is that the Aide's (traces to Shawia suspects in Glaphyra's Comana area) are Aude's and therefore linkable to the Pollock motto. This Aide = Aude equation may be correct in that Jewish Pollocks and Aide's share the white-on-red bend. The implication is that France's Aude area, home to Quillan, are from Qewe elements of the Quadratilla-Laevillus kind. Aude's are traced to an Audeville location in Savoy, which I could not find, but an Audeville in the Pithiviers area (France) comes with thistle's, the symbol of Paisleys in GLASgow. It is then gleaned that Paisley-related Speers (first found in the Glasgow area along with Pollocks) are using the MacIntoch boar head (same colors), the latter sometimes made to look like a cat's head in honor of Clan Chattan...who are kin of Botters that use a lone star in red-on-white, as does the center of the Speer Chief, and that's the Glass / Bota/Bottis star too!!! I get it.
The Glass' look like Gaulonites yet again, and so the heart in the Come/Comb / MacIntoch Coat must be of the Douglas/DuGLASS heart. The Douglas' are from Hardy's whose cross is suspect with the MalCOME/MalCOMB saltire. Here's the Come/Comb (Perthshire) sept of MacIntochs, using the MacIntoch Coat, showing the Golan / Guerin lion in both colors! There you see the Speer boar head, I assume, and then the red crescent of Golans becomes suspect with the same of Speers...and related Spree's looking like they use the Guido hourglass and a version of the Chapman Coat.
Caulders (stag) are clearly a branch of Clunes-related Colts/Celts / Coutes'/Coots and Coats'. But Caulders are suspect in the Barbera cauldrons. I can see Caulders using a version of the French Joseph Coat with the Joseph swan in the Crest. I have always had trouble with the "Vigilans" motto term of Cauldrons, and similar motto terms of others, but in this Gaulonite discussion, it suddenly seems to undress itself as a Vi-Gilan combo, linking to the "vi" motto term of Chives, for both surnames share a "non" term, and, besides, the Chives-Crest cat is identical to the MacIntoch cat seen at the MacIntoch-sept page (if they change, be assured that they are identical at this time).
The Aulder sept of MacIntochs may be a Caulder branch. But there is a Noravaich variation in the Aulder-surname page that must be the Nahorite-suspect Norwich's, suspect earlier with showing the Stack/Stake lion. Zowie, as Norwich's just traced with Cage's to Bolzano while Cage's use the Stacey stag, it tends to clinch a Stack equation with Staceys = Eustace's! How about that. The Aulders, shown properly as "Elder," share "Virtute" with the Chives motto.
Irish Gilans/Gillions happen to use the Gellone Coat exactly. There is a "fire bomb" in the Gilan Crest. It is not a problem to trace Guerin of Provence to Fire's suspect at the Stura valley. That valley is either part of, or beside, the Auriate to which the Arduins had joined themselves, and so see the bomb-like term here: Arduin...was Margrave of Ivrea...and named after his maternal grandfather, Arduin Glaber. His father, Dado, Count of Pombia, was a nephew of King Berengar II. Arduin." There is a good chance that the Juba-Glaphyra line expected from Mauritania went to Arduin Glaber.
Scottish Gilans (in Gilan / Gellone colors) look like Vaux's/Vallibus' with certainty. The Scottish Gilan Crest: "A right arm embowed vested and cuffed in blue holding a gold covered cup." Covers (Covert colors) are from Cowes-like Cove, use a bowed arm, and are said to descend from count Alan of Brittany; Gellone's are said to be from a count Alan too. Vests (person in blue) use a single arrow in the colors of the same of Lurch's/Larchers and Archers.
Between 1891 and 1894, Baron Edmond James de Rothschild purchased around 150,000 dunams of land in the Golan and the Hawran for Jewish settlement. Legal and political permits were secured and ownership of the land was registered in late 1894.
Just as the Turks started to cause serious troubles to a settlement of "Jews" in the Golan, WW1, which I think was a Rothschild-orchestrated war, started, when the British took Israel away from the Turks. Coincidence? I don't know whether they were all Jews that were settled in that region, but my hunch is that the Rothschilds would have provided Gaulonite lines there. English Rothes' were first found in the same place as where the Alans of Dol lived temporarily, before Alans went to Glasgow with Pollocks. The Rothes use the Sale bend but with lions that could be of the lion tails of CORKS/Cochs (in Tail/Tailer-lion colors)l, that being a trace to Alauna / Crociatonum, I gather.
German Cochs happen to use three red lozenges in the positions of the same in the Arms of Thomas Randolph, and as he was the son of Adam KilConquhar, the fact that Adam's mother was a Comyn while Comyns are traced in their write-up to Commins COCH (Wales) suggests that Adam was linked to Corks/Cochs. Then, Cocks (with a 'k') use a Shield filled with lozenges in Coch-lozenge colors, which effectively links Adam's mother back to Mallet-suspect Grimaldi's, to Panico-related Pinks, and to Gaulonites suspect in the birth of Guerin of Provence. The Coch fesse looks like a version of the lozenges-on-fesse of Nagle's...from Oneglia. While German Cochs use the Guerin/Garin stars, apparently, German Garins are also GORing, like the Core variation of Corks/Cochs.
As Alauna is now "Valogne," one wonders whether it named "Bologna / Boulogne," which could trace it's people to the Bolzano. For me, a trace of Gaulonites to Bologna sits very well for many reasons, aside from the trace of the Speer spears to the same of Pasi's/Pace's and purple Pace's.
I was studying the names in Wikipedia's Camulodunum article seeking to discover how possibly the naming of that place could be from the namers of Gamala in Israel. The article makes plain that Camulodunum went by that name from at least the time of Herod "the great." I could not decipher the names of the kings with certainty, but the CatuVELLAUNI tribe caught my as per Alauna. The first-known king of the city, AddedoMARUS, was to my liking because I was set on tracing this city to the Marsi > Marici on the Ticino, as per the equation of Mars with Camulos. The coins of Camulodunum had horses, a symbol of camel-using Pepins whom I see at Pavia. With no more luck than that, I decided to go study the names in the Mercia article. Pepins had been traced to queen Bebba of the Bernicians, to the north of Mercians. One of the earliest Mercian kings known, Pybba (crowned 593), sure smacks of "Bebba" and "Pavia/Papia." We just might find the Laevi in Mercia. Pybba had a son, COENwahl, and another, Penda.
Mercians had a central location on the Trent river, allowing for a check of terms tracing to Trento, especially to Bolzano. The historians trace to "marches = border peoples" as the derivation of Mercians, but that is simpleton in my view. The Icel page tells that the mythical origin was in Angles, and further back to Odin. I can accept the Angles part, but the Odin part may be more romantic than valuable. However, I traced Odin to the Sitones, and to the Sitten name of Sion, and it just so happens that the Trent Shield is split in colors reversed from the same in the Arms of Sion. Switzerland, not far from Sion, is the origin of the Ticino river.
Already I can tell you that I trace Angles to Angitia, the snake goddess of the Marsi. I am assuming, therefore, that the originators of Camulodunum became the Mercians. The Coles' and Kyle's, named after a later name of Camulodunum, both use coiled snakes that I will assume to be from the Angitia.
The first known Mercian dynasty was from a quasi-mythical Icel. It is said to have formed the Hickling term, and there is a Hickling/Hicking surname, in the colors of the flag of Mercia, using a version ot the Stout/Stow Coat (Cambridge). That was of the raven-depicted vikings that I trace to Rothesay = BUTE. But the Sturs are also STOWER, and then Sturs actually share three horizontal bars with both Hicklings and Stows/Stouts, only in different colors, and the Stur bars are the colors of the Leavell bars.
Hicklings were first found in Norfolk, where the Iceni lived that are suspect with "Icel." It's useful to note that the leopard in the Hickling/Hicking Crest is of the design in the May Crest, for the latter share the same-colored fesse with the Hicks, no surprise. It suggests to me that Hyksos are involved. Hicks were first found in the same place as Gellone's, and use fleur-de-lys in colors reversed to them. Hicks had traced to a marriage with same-colored Arthurs in Clapton...Somerset, same place as same-colored Leavells! They both use horizontal bars in gold-red.
Already we are linking to Gaulonites, but these are expected at Gamala, not at Camulodunum. What's going on, that's crazy? Did a line of Gaulonites after 70 AD go to the Varni and Angles, and then to Mercians? Ah, that makes sense. Just ask Nerthus, the goddess of the Angles suspect with Norths (Mercia-flag colors) and Nahor-suspect Norrys. Kemuel liners need to be in there somewhere, and they trace to the cinquefoil in the Arms of Leicester, not far west of Norfolk. Plus, the Norwich's that we bumped into are from Norwich of Norfolk. Why was it really named NORfolk?
The Cage's/Cadge's were just found to trace Norwich's to the Adige river through Trento! I kid you not, that discovery was just hours above. Like the Trents, Cage's and Norwich's use a vertically-split Shield. The Norfolks were suspect with the Stack and Stoke lions, and then there is a Stoke-on-Trent location. Reminder: Appiano near Bolzano traces tentatively to Avezzano, beside the Marsi.
But tracing Gaulonites after 70 AD to the Mercians is one thing; it's another to trace the namers of Gamala to Camulodunum in the time of the first Herod. Perhaps I'm jumping the gun, but the two may have had identical stock somewhere so that neither traces to the other aside from going through that central stock. Northern Italy is suspect. The Julians on the Durance and amongst the Cottians.
The Eceni (IXION?) are in the Icel article suspect by some to be the representation of mythical Icel's Hicklings:
The Iceni or Eceni were a Brythonic tribe in Britannia (or Britain) who inhabited an area corresponding roughly to the modern-day county of Norfolk from the 1st century BC to the 1st century AD. They were bordered by the Corieltauvi to the west, and the Catuvellauni and Trinovantes [both had ruled Camulodunum] to the south...Their capital was Venta Icenorum, located at modern-day Caistor St Edmund.
"Eceni" smacks of the Eggens / Eggeners/Eggers that can be of the Edge's/Eggs/Adge's, who traced with Cadge's to the Adige. However, "Adige" is not like "Eceni." Still, there seems to be potential for a merger between the two. The Eggeners (hurts, Arthur symbol) share the white-on-blue roundel with the Dutch Stouts so that, indeed, Eggeners look like they link to Hicklings and Eceni. The horse and wheel on the Iceni coins could suggest a line of Ixion worshipers, for Ixion had a wheel symbol, and was made father of Centaurs, I expect Ixion liners in the Cantii of Kent, where Teague's (i.e. the Touque's of Kent) who have a Caige variation. What's the "Augeo" motto of the Trents for? Why were they first found in the same place as Leavells and Hicks?
For new readers, I identify mythical Ixion as a Hyksos line through the Trojans, and likely to the CICONES (Thrace) as they developed into mythical Sthenelus, father of the CYCNUS swan. STHENelus is the one I trace From Sithones to "Sitten," where Trents appear to trace.
Then the Iceni article took me to BOUDICA/BOADICEA, an Iceni queen (diviner, apparently) smacking of the Bautica river through Ivrea, and suspect with Nahorites of the Budini kind. "Ivrea" traces to the Yvery location of Leavells. You can take the Lovell variation to Love's/Luffs sharing the three Stur bars, apparently, that link to the Hicklings.
Bute's/Butts share a horse head with Pepins, and both are Este liners. Bute's/Butts and Bude's/Budds are in the colors of the Mercian flag. Budds/Bude's show an odd seven-pointed star in the typical colors used for besants of the SEPTimius-Severus line. The star is in a blue hurt, the Eggener symbol, trending to clinch the Budd and Bute trace to Boudica. As Arthurs use the hurt too, it traces well to Arduinici of Ivrea. The Bautica is only about 50 miles west of the Ticino. One can thereby glean that the Budd/Bude fesse is colors reversed to the Nagle fesse for an Oneglia reason. Reminder: the German Butt/Bute/Boet fesse-with-fish is in the colors of the Bolzano fesse-with-star. While this makes a good case for a Trento trace to the Trent, and a Botzen trace to the naming of Boudica, there are other implied secrets to be had, with these elements leading to the original chiefs of the Crusaders in Boulogne of Artois. Why?
Scottish Hykes/Hake's, first found in the same place as Hicklings, share the fish with Butts/Boets, and moreover use a chevron in the colors of the Bolzano fesse. As Boets are suspect with the Sadducee house, see the English Hykes/Hacks Coat (Devon, same place as Chives', beside the Bude's/Budds and Leavells), for it's the Shield of the Chives'. The latter Hykes' show variations that appear to resolve them as the same-colored Ash's (Devon) using two chevrons in the black color of the three Levi chevrons.
Just found the blue swan of Eichens/Eichels, in Eggener colors. Blue swans are in the Wessel Coat along with the same garbs as Josephs. The description: "A silver shield with a waterfowl holding a fish." Waters share three chevrons in the colors of the same of German Ash's/Aschs. Fowls, haha, were likewise first found in Devon. I would say that Fowls are using a Coat version of Chimney-related Blacks as well as the Chimney antelope. Chimneys are now suspect with Kimmens/Comyns using the Joseph garbs. The Phowel location makes this look like a line of Powell, first found in the same place (Powys) as Commins Coch.
In the Camulodunum article: "Caratacus [king of Camulodunum] fled the storming of the town, taking refuge with the Ordovices and Silures tribes in Wales and becoming a Welsh folk hero for his resistance to Rome." This was long before the Arthurian period that's been timed around the first Mercians. It appears that the Eggeners were definitely of the first-known Hickling Mercians, and that the related Eichens/Eichels are perhaps traceable to Caratacus in Wales, where king Arthur had alliances. In fact, the mention of Ordovices with Caratacus seems Arthur-important. Note CARAT.
The flag of Mercia is a saltire in the colors of the Messey/MESSIER saltire, and then read this discovery from the 3rd update of last month: "The Mersers/Mercier's ("Christi" motto term) share the three besants on a red bar with Clermonts'/Clements and Clairs/Clerks. Merser's/Merciers use the same cross type as Eustace's, and then Bouillons use "Christi" too, not for Jesus' sake, but for Chretien liners, right? The latter surname, by the way, uses the same lion as Louvains, and then Italian Leuvens (Clare chevrons?) are also "Livelly/Leuvelin/Leivelly." Their LeiFELLY variation reminded me that I still had something to say about the Felly Coat, which I had forgotten about since discussing Fields/Feeleys. The Fellys/FELLOWS (like the "Follow me" motto of Leslie's) are using three lion heads in colors reversed from the same in the Chretien/Crestien Coat!"
Feelys could be a branch of Fowls, but the greater point is that CHRETiens (in the Levi motto) could be from "CARATacus." If correct, it again traces Laevi suspects to Camulodunum / Mercians. As the Fowls look like Blacks, I'm compelled top trace them to Crociatonum, where I expect Massena liners at an early time, the point being that the Chretien lions are not only those of Louvains, but of Massins/Masons. Was Caratacus a Massena liner? It looks like it, and his name may even be from "CARTHAGE." "After his final defeat [Caratacus] fled to the territory of Queen CARTimandua, who captured him and handed him over to the Romans." He was contemporary with emperor Claudius, and Camulodunum had a temple to Claudius while one of the latter's wives was Valeria Messalina, mother of emperor Britannicus. Her mother was Domitia Lepida, a Levi suspect, and a Lapith suspect, important here because Ixion was a Lapith.
Isn't it true that Rasmussens link to Masseys as well as to camel-using Pepins? Weren't Pepins the power behind Bessin-related Merovingians, and didn't I identify the Arthurian cult as Merovingians in Britain? It's correct that MERovingians were of the Marsi at the Salto river. And Pendragons use the fleur of Sale's/Sallete's. It looks like Merovingians were with, or of, some MERcians.
I had mentioned that the Childs, suspect with king Childeric, use the colors and format of Silure-suspect Sellers, who happen to use the swan design once showing for French Josephs. It just so happens that the Child Coat is a colors-reversed version of the Tarent Coat! That's been known, but it means a lot right now, tending to trace Childeric to downtown Mercia (i.e. on the Trent river). The Trent flows through Lincolnshire, where English Messier's and Clermonts were first found, and where Lindseys settled (and named early Lincoln) who use the Seller swan (same design) in black! That's the color of the Joseph swan!!! Lindseys use a Coat style matching that of Marici-suspect Marks, Alauna-based Alans, and Budini-liner Boyds.
Sellers (possible Salto-river / Salian-Frank liners) were first found in the same place as Tarves, home of the Chives', and Tarves' use a split Shield in Mercia colors. Ultimately, Tarves may have been a Turano entity that traces to Thuringia, where Childeric's wife (Basina) lived. She may be in the besants of the Clermonts'/Clements.
The Le Neuf location of Chretiens had traced to the Vileneuve's, and it just so happens that Claviere's (Glaphyra liner, perhaps with Juba), key-using kin of key-using Clermonts, were from Vileneuve. The term sounds like "Vilaine," the area of Brittany where Dol and Rennes are found. In any case, the Crichtons look like primary Crociatonum liners, and they have Creight/Creton variations like "Caratacus."
The Lincolnshire Clermonts must have been related to the Lincolnshire Messier's because Mersers/Merciers are using the Clermonts/Clement besants. It just so happens that the Lincolnshire Clermonts use two dolphins in pale formation (they must trace to the Dauphine location of French Clermonts), while Kemmells use three dolphins in pale formation. Although Kemmells are traced to an early Kenyell location of Cornwall, yet they look like Camulodunum elements in this picture. Kenyell can link to the motto of Kays/Keys, and they are where the Clermont keys can link, all tracing to Qewe, where some part of Laevillus' family can be expected. The Kemmell dolphins are in the black-on-white colors of the Quade wolf heads and the Aide leopard face's, and Aide's are, like Chretiens, in the Levi motto.
It just so happens that Carrots/Carews use three black lions in pale! They are virtually in the design of the two, black Levi lions in pale, and in both colors of the three Levi chevrons! Carrots/Carews were first found in the same place as Kemmells!!! Better yet, Carrots/Carews share a "bien" motto term with Carricks, and use lions in both colors of the Carrick talbot...which likely traces to Lucy Taillebois of Lincolnshire. This indicates a Caratacus trace to the naming of Caracalla, an emperor's so-called nickname as per a robe he wore, but I've been doubtful of that origin.
The Laevi are tracing to Caratacus, and the Marici are tracing to Mercians. That's the story here, and Camulodunum was contemporary with Caiaphas, yet I don't yet see the connection clearly, aside from linkage to Laevillus. My best reaction at this information: Caiaphas was from a Julian-Servilia line, as was something in the land of Julian-conquered Brits / Celts.
Reminder: German Biens use the Leaves/Leif/Leve Coat while French Biens use what should be a version of the Ticino-based Deck/Dagger Coat. It's just another trace to the Laevi Gauls and the Marici, but this is no small thing because the "bien" code is now in the motto of a Caratacus suspect. It's making a Camulos link to the Laevi that are suspect on the other side of the world with Gamala's Gaulonites. And the latter are suspect as Julians.
The "J'ESpere" motto term of Carrots/Carews can link to the "jessant" leopard of the Aide's. The German Jess' (three colors of the Edge's/Eggs) use a stork in Odin colors, while Odins (of Storkhouse) and English Jess'/Jessens/Gessons were first found in Yorkshire, where Caracalla was stationed with his father (emperor Severus Septimius). The Pere's that may be part of that motto term are using the Ivery / Were bend in colors reversed so that Pere's may have been Were's....Pharisee-line suspects for years.
It was a few hours after writing the paragraph above when I got around to reading the Carrot/Carew write-up, which traces to Walter de Windsor, son of Otho, and thus this is the UTHER Pendragon line from the Other/Otho Lombards. However, I traced Odins to Oettingen-Oettingen (vair fur) because I read that they had a mythical stork theme. Therefore, the Oettingens look like they need to be linked to the Other Lombards, root of Windsors. We read that the Carew castle in Pembrokeshire was build by certain Windsors who thereby took on the Carew surname ("about 1100"). It strikes me here that the Others share a gold fesse with Pembroke's, but as Mazzo's use the Pembroke bend, it looks like Carews/Carrots trace to Massa-CARRara. This recalls that Maria of Massa had family joining Arco at Trento. Nothing in this paragraph dissuades me from tracing Carew castle to Caratacus; to the contrary, the Carrots being listed with them makes me confident.
Caratacus had apparently conquered the Atrebates to which I traced king Arthur's representations (in the real world). It could be that Caratacus' (CARADog to the Welsh) name / family named Arddu, in Snowden of Gwynedd, and then Snowdens (peacock) were first found in the same place as Arthurs (and Aide's). The Snowden Coat looks like it's using a version of the Nagle Coat, as well as sharing the red scallop with Savona's, for a trace to Oneglia's ARDUinici. That works. In fact, the nails in the Arms of Colchester were indication of the Nagle/Nail line. In this picture, CUNObellinus can trace to "Cuneo," location of the Auriate.
The peacock is used by CAMELfords and related Comforts, thus clinching a trace of Caratacus to Snowden and Arddu. The peacock is also used by Powys-suspect Paws', and then Powys' use the bear paw of the Bellino's in colors reversed, while Caratacus was a son of CunoBELINUS. We are making strides in understanding proto-king Arthur. The timing of Caratacus takes us back to a key time period. The Powells were first found in Brogitarus-suspect Breconshire (Powys), where the Clements were first found, and both use red chiefs and identical Coat colors. Therefore, the blue swan that's called a waterfowl, suspect with the Powels, is tracing to this Powys entity, and while that's the location of Commins Coch, the Comyns garbs in the Coat of blue-swan Wessels clearly apply. I don't know how to avoid the Josephs here, first found in the same place as Atrebates, whose land was conquered by Caratacus. It's as though the line to Joseph Caiaphas was right here in this picture. But how? Was the line of Julius Caesar with Servilia Caepio involved here? Was one of the Junia Caepio's given in marriage to one of the Briton tribes?
Bellino's were first found in Verona, near Garda, with the Adige river between them flowing past lake Garda. Trento is just 15 miles from the northern tip of lake Garda. Powys' were first found in the same place (Shropshire) as Bellamys. I can now understand why Feelys had become suspect as a Pulley line, for Pulleys use a version of the Gard Coat, and Feelys are likely Fowls/Phowels while Powells (see Palin/Pawley lion) look like Pulleys/Pullens. When Feelys were linked to Pulleys, I thought I had discovered that Pulleys were RoqueFEUILs, and here I find the Verona's (same place as Levi's) involved who use a version of the Feller Coat!
"Cunobeline appears in British legend as CynFELYN (Welsh), Kymbelinus (medieval Latin)..." That could explain the Kenyell-versus-Kemyell variations of Kemmells. I view Roquefeuils as Roxolani Alans, but it appears here that they may have gotten their "feuil ending from the kings of Camulodunum. This is complicated because I see Pulleys as Pulchers. Alans of Dol were close to Bellamys. Failins/Whelans share a string of lozenges with Wissels, Marsi-suspect Marshalls (had their Keith branch in the Musselburgh theater), and Messalina-suspect Mussolini's.
The capital of CatuVELLAUNI was VERULamium (Hertfordshire), and it just so happens that, later in this update, the Zacharys/SachVERALLs come up who find the Verel surname listed with Verona's/Vairs!! That now identifies "Vellauni" with the Bellino's of Verona. I didn't expect this Camulodunum investigation to go this well, beyond my expectations by far, and linking to new territory (Trento) cropping up in only the last couple of updates. The Zachary part of Verel liners can trace to the Sakarya.
There are obvious reasons here as to why the "cat-a-mountains" of Chives' should trace to the CATuvellauni. Mountains had married Claviere's, by the way. The Keates use the Chives cats in pale, and, like the three Kemmell dolphins and three Carrot lions, they are in pale! Keates are suspect with Keiths of the Musselburgh theater. The Kemmell dolphins link to the Tipper dolphins for good reason, and Tippers to Tipaza, Numidian capital of the Massena line. In fact, Juba II, husband of Glaphyra, ruled at Tipaza.
Wessels can trace to Britons of this time period as per Julius Caesar conquering some of the British population a couple of generations before Caratacus' rule, and Wessels (as well as the heraldic vest for the blue Vests) have been suspect with Vestalis of the Cottians. Doesn't Julius Caesar's mother (Aurelia Cotta) trace to the Auriate of the Arduinici? Did the proto-Arthurs merge with a line of Caesar? We saw the Julian-suspect Gilans/Gillions (branch of Gellone's) using a "vested" term above). As the Arduinici of Ivrea trace to Yvery location of Somerset Leavells, note that English Wissels (look linkable to Monks and Grimaldi's) were first found in Somerset. German Wissels are using an iron fist design between wings, what you will find in the Bauer wings as well as the Genova wings, and the Grimaldi's were in Genova too. The Wissel fist with wings is in the white-on-red colors of the clenched hand (suspect as a fist) in the Claviere Coat, and then German Wissels are said to be from a Kleve location linkable to key-using Clavers/Cleavers.
The Cleve's/Cliffs share black wolf heads with Quade's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's Glaphyra-of-Comana in the ancestry of Quadratilla, right? It might also be mentioned that while the Brogitarus Trocmii Gauls were in Toulouse, likely involved there with the Caepio treasure, the Wissels may be using the Tool lion. Comana liners are suspect at the naming of Comminges smack at Toulouse.
Recalling that Glaphyra and Juba were suspect with children (or family of some sort, anyway) tracing to Barbers / Barbera's, we can now add that Dutch Cleve's are using a version of the Italian-Barbera fish in the same colors! As Glaphyra traces to Clapton (Somerset again, where English Hykes/Hacks were first found), home of the Hicks that married Arthurs there, the fish of Scottish Hykes'/Hake's, in colors reversed to the Cleve fish, likely apply, thus tending to clinch a Glaphyra trace to Claptons (another wolf head). The Verona's/Vairs use a fish too.
It just so happens that while the Verulamium location is now St. Albans, the Albans surname uses a bend in the colors of the Pere bend i.e. colors reversed to the Were / Ivery bends! Albans and Iverys (Oxfordshire) are both traced to Eure, and then Ivers are listed with Eure's. It's suggesting a trace of Leavells to a merger, at least, with Eburovices of Eure. The Pere's came up as per the "J'ESpere" motto term of Carrots/Carews. The bull in the Albans Crest, and their Taurin location (Evreux), suggest a trace to Alba of Montferrat, not far south of Turin. The Charo's and Chives were from either side of Turin, and then Chives' were first found in Devon, where the Albans are said to have settled. Albans (share white bend with Barnstaple's) are said to have settled BARNstaple, and the Barnstaple's (Valentin bend?) happen to use a "ReGARDez" motto term for a potential trace to Verona.
We could be talking Berenicianus lines in Barnstaple, especially as Cambridge's Barns (Capone colors) use besants (probably share the Treeby besants). As Glaphyra Archelaus (great-grandmother of Berenicianus) married Herod Archelaus, he being a line to Lyons and Lannoys, it's interesting that their lions, in the colors of the trefoils in the Barnstaple bend, are colors reversed to the white-on-green Boston lion, important where a Boston location is at the mouth of the Trent river. The Boston lion is in the colors of the Albans bend. These colors recall white-on-green Caffer(t)ys and Coffers/Coffee's, the latter using the dolphin-and-rider in the Arms of Trent-like Taranto (Apulia). It begs the question of whether Apulia elements at lake Garda named Pulleys while Taranto liners named Trento.
Carffer(t)ys use a rider on a horse...with plumes in the helmet, symbol on a coin of Herod Archelaus. The True's/Tree's use that symbol too, as do Lannoys. Then, German True's are listed with Zachreiss/Zecrests and other such variations (that I would link to the "secret" motto term of Rice's), smacking of Zacharys/Sachveralls. The Zachreiss fesse has "LIEB" written upon it.
To prove further that Glaphyra traces to heraldic plumes in helmets, the TROWtbecks/TRUWtbecks/TRUEbecks, using a version of the three Cleve fish (though in the colors of the Verona fish), are clearly using True/Trow variations that evolved Trout-like for the fancy of using a trout fish.
The green-and-white colors above are those of Lombardy, where Ottone Visconti had some links, whose surname was part of a Massino-Visconti area that's traceable to Massa-Carrara. This recalls, not only that Caratacus was suspect with king-Massena elements, but that Carrots/Carews had been Windsors from Lombardy's Other/Otho elements at the Carew castle in Pembroke, while the Pembroke's/PENbroke's use the Mazzo bend-with-dragon, making Carew suspect with Massa-Carrara. There are more good reasons to link the Pesci fish, in the colors of the Verona and Trowtback fish, to Caratacus. For one, the Caracalla-suspect Saraca's use a white-on-blue fish too. Secondly, Pesci's, like the same-colored Carrara's, are said to derive from Venice, where the Veneti lived who have a Venedotia branch naming Gwynedd, location of Arddu and the Ordovices, amongst whom Caratacus went to find refuge. In this picture, actually, we should perhaps understand his name as Cara-catus, for Chattans and Chatans trace to the Carrara area's Botters. As Clan Chattan uses both a "bot" and a "Touch" motto term, let's add that Touch's/Tuff's/Taves' share the Lyon / Lannoy lion.
It makes HERTford suspect with "Herod." Hertford is about 20 miles from Camulodunum. Coopers (Over colors), suspect with the grandmother (Cypros) of Herod Archelaus, use a saltire in colors reversed to the Mercia saltire. Dutch Coopers then use a saltire in the colors of the Alban bend. The Hertford Coat is like the Arthur Coat.
The flag of St. Albans is rather identical to the flag of Mercia, but the webpage below traces the flag to a Saint Albans himself (I'm not biting). The page also suggests Alba at Turin. "His name was Albanus and he was the son of Roman-British parents who lived in Verulamium, a city (fortified town) on the River Ver in what is now Hertfordshire..." There you have a vere-y good reason for tracing the Verona/Vair/Verel/VER surname (Mercia colors) to this Ver river, yet the surname was first found at northern Paris, where Levi's were first found. I was unaware of the Ver river, but it now plays a key part in the Vere bloodline, making the Varni suspect with roots upon this river, if it was so-named in the time of Caratacus. Reminder: Gaulonites are tracing to Vere-liner, Guerin of Provence.
Here is the Arms of St. Albans, the same saltire but now surrounded by boys, one wearing fretty on his socks, another holding a crosier, symbol of Were's. As boys suggest the Meschins/Masculine's (married a family in the same place as English Messier's), I reiterate that the St. Albans saltire is used by Messeys/Messier's suspect with Mercier's = Mercians. "The [Mercian] saltire refers to the first British martyr, St Alban...In Scott-Giles' "The Romance of Heraldry" the author believes that the saltire was a Mercian symbol and adopted by the town after King Offa founded the monastery to the saint there in 793AD. It is certainly true that the first evidence for the use of the saltire by the town comes a couple of decades after its appearance on John Speed's map representing Mercia."
"Offa" smacks of the Coffers / Overs / Hoffs. The latter use the Sale bend-with-fleur, and then the Carrot/Carew Crest is "a ship in full sail" while Sails are listed with Sale's. This recalls the Carthaginian link I made to Ligurians as Hannibal passed through and found Ligurian allies against the Romans. At that time I was asking whether Syphax, a Numidian ally of Hannibal, was responsible for the Space/Speccot surname, which shares a fret with Overs, said to be from "Ofer." Hannibal went against Scipio, whom I traced both to Skiptons and SHIPs/Skiptons. I figured that Syphax liners named La Spezia, near Massa-Carrara. Vere's were recently found out of La Spezia, and Skiptons were first found in Oxfordshire. Numidians had traced to Kent, south of Camulodunum, but it looks like they also went to Camulodunum before being attacked by Romans. The bellows in the Ship Coat are expected to be of Bellamy liners, the same as Bellino's. The bellows are in the colors (grey rather than flat black) and format of the Camel camels.
Camels were first found in Somerset, beside the BARNtaple location of the Carrots/Carew's. The Speccots are traced in their write-up to a fitzBERNer. The Berners/Barners then share gold-and-green quarters (colors reversed) with Espaine's/Spineto's, likewise first found in Somerset, and highly suspect with Malaspina's of Massa-Carrara. Berners/Barners are said to be from EVERsdon (Cambridge), and then Evers share the quarters-with-black-bend of Malls/MALLibone's, first found in Cheshire, where Malahule > D'Espaine > Meschin line is expected. The Mallibone variation reflects the Hallibone variation of Albans. The Marlybone variation may be due to a merger with Marleys, likewise first found in Cheshire, and using the Kemmell dolphins in colors reversed.
One needs to keep in mind that Quints were first found in Essex, location of Camulodunum, and then Capone's and Chapmans were first found in neighboring Cambridge, where the CatuVELLAUNI lived who trace to the bellows of the Carrot-honored Ships. The Bellows use another black wolf head tracing to Lupus Laevillus, I gather.
The Trinovantes lived to the east of the Catuvellaunus, and while at first I thought they may have been a reduction from "Trent," perhaps the Drin river, either the White Drin, or Black Drin = the Drilon of the Cavii may apply. In fact, the Trinovantes were in Suffolk, where the Deacons were first found while there is a Decani Bistrica tributary (Kosovo) of the White Drin. How about that. The Deacons and Decans (Deck/Dagger colors) are the ones using the CAMELford cross in colors reversed, and all three surnames use red symbols with their respective crosses. The Tecks/Tess' use a saltire in the colors of the Camelford cross. One can then trace Deacons to the namers of the Ticino, and while the naming of Tasciovanus is slightly suspect from the Ticino, see this: "The next identifiable king of the Trinovantes, known from numismatic evidence, was Addedomarus, who took power c. 20-15 BC [about the time of Caiaphas' birth], and moved the tribe's capital to Camulodunum. For a brief period c. 10 BC Tasciovanus of the Catuvellauni issued coins from Camulodunum, suggesting that he conquered the Trinovantes..."
If someone were to tackle this section long enough, give it a month, two or even six, one might be able to have a clear picture on how Camulodunum connected to Gamala (it wouldn't be a small discovery). The fact that Laevi suspects are all over this section predicts the link. The Tasks were looked up as per Tasciovanus, and while the name sounds like a Tesson-Ticino mix, it so happens that Tasks were first found in Essex, location of Camulodunum. I might not have mentioned Tasks ("boar's head COUPED") had they not been using the three Carrot/Carew lions in pale, only in different colors.
The Task lions are probably used in pale by the Maghans/Mathuna's of Ireland, a branch of Mathie's/Maghans that I trace to the Mathis river of the Cavii. In fact, I link Massa of Carrara to the Massi/Mattis surname tracing to the same river, and so it is now very compelling that there was a line from the Albania - Kosova area to the Brits / Celts of BC times. St. Albans looks Albanian here. Quintus Caepio has been traced to a Cavii-suspect branch at Kupionich to the west of Decani.
We have seen quite a few symbols in pale in this discussion, probably due to the camel in the Pale Crest. The Pale bend is in Over-bend colors, if that may mean anything. Here's the Mathuna description: "A silver shield with three red lions passant reguardant with blue tongue and claws, in pale." Mention of a lion tongue is rare, and Tongue's/Tongs happen to be first found in the same place (Yorkshire) as Pale's and Pulleys. Aside from "reGUARDant," the motto is translated with a "guard" term, suggesting Pulley-related Gards and thus a trace to a Pulcher, one of which is thought to have been born to a Caepio, and the other known to be adopted by a Livius family that married Caepio. Tongue's/Tongs, who look like Mountains as per their Coat, are in the colors of Dutch Nagels/TENGnagels. With the Tongue/Tong bend all white, it can become the Pulley bend, especially as both surnames use martlets.
As the "Steady" motto of Tongue's gets an Crest sharing (nearly) the Eustace stag, the Gard kin of Mathuna's can trace all the way over to lake Garda, for Eustace traces to Bolzano. That's another trace to the Verona theater. But it's also near Schio, the place to which I had traced lake-Scodra liners (west of Kupionich and north of the Cavii). Lake Scodra is the location of Bar, the line to the Bars of Este, and then Este elements had merged with Arco, between lake Garda and Trento. The Arco elements had been from Maria of Massa, a Malaspina, and then Gards traced (last update) to Spinoliens at Epinay-sous-Senard (south Paris). The Steady stag is the Golan stag, and Golans are a branch of Gellone's.
Repeat from above: "The Tessy-sur-Vire location can trace to "Tesson," a version of "Ticino." The Tess/Teck surname uses LEAVES and a saltire in the colors of the Camelford cross, no small point." It had seemed that the leaves in conjunction with the saltire trace to the Sadducee-associated Gaulonites, but we now have Laevi tracing to Camulodunum so that there is reason for doubt on whether they trace to Gamala. I had used the Camelfords for tracing to Gamala liners, but that method may or may not hold any longer. I'll need to keep it mind if it's to be sorted out.
I ran out of time to get much of the below into this update. I'll be working it all week long for the next string of revelations.
Especially for new or confused readers
MYTH CODES 101
shows where I'm coming from.
For serious investigators:
How to Work with Bloodline Topics
Here's what I did when I had spare time on my hands:
Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose
On this page, you will find evidence enough that NASA did not put men on the moon.
Starting at this paragraph, there is a single piece of evidence
-- the almost-invisible dot that no one on the outside was supposed to find --
that is enough in itself to prove the hoax.
End-times false signs and wonders may have to do with staged productions like the lunar landing.
If you have received emails supposedly from me, and they look like advertisements
or anything unflattering and unexpected from me,
they were not from me but by someone using my email box to send it.
The rest of the Gog-in-Iraq story is in PART 2 of the
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