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July 14 - 20, 2015

Tilling the Bedrock in a New Unveiling of Illyrian Lines
Get a Lotan of This: the Elaphiti Islands; a Seiring Hot Spot
Hee-Haw Rhymes with "Esau"
Bears on the Telavius River and Gaters on the Nith

Well, Obama wanted to walk away from Iran being able to say, "See, I told you that all an American president needs to do is sit down and talk with Iran." But in coming to agreement with the deal, everyone knows that Iran is happy enough to sign, and that spells bad future prospect. But Obama wanted more than to give appearances that sitting down with Iran was the smart way to go; he also wanted to weaken Israel. And here's the proof:

...the many loopholes in the deal that experts warn may allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. In one particularly troubling section, the deal stipulates that the West will train Iran to defend its nuclear program from sabotage - including potential Israeli sabotage of the program.

The West's betrayal of Israel is still on track. It wasn't an overnight sentiment in an angry spat. It's got to do with the West's decision to befriend Muslim nations, with Israel resisting that program. Many plans to invade Israel have been drawn up; we just haven't seen them. But Israel's enemies have discussed the ways to invade the tiny nation, we can be sure. Iran gets to pay for that program with more money once the Western sanctions against it are lifted. Israel has complained about that to Obama' deaf ears.

Obama's negotiator: "We believe we got a very good deal. It cuts off all pathways to nuclear weapons. It insures sanctions will snapback if Iran violates the deal." Happy dreaming. If Iran can get away without being caught for ten years, that's a lot of extra government money to supply Hezbollah and other anti-Israeli programs.

The reason that I use the Israeli news site above is that the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz now take 10 or more minutes to load a page out here in the country. Big-shot websites are becoming more complicated, taking longer to load to the point of unbearable without fast Internet. Fortunately, a Google page takes only 20-30 seconds. As a result, I'm no longer up-to-speed on the background details of the latest events. But I have a good knowledge of Middle-East attitudes and directions from recent years when I followed the news daily. Everything is still toward prophetic fulfillment. However, ten years can easily slip by without an effort to condition the public to receive a skin-based system of purchasing. Or, it can begin at any time. I assume that the godless part of the Western world is more comfortable without God now than ever, with more of the same with each passing year.

There is nothing in the news I've seen to indicate that Syria is about to fall imminently to any group. The situation is still much a stalemate. The warring Sunni are not growing profusely, and are constantly in check. I can't imagine what could galvanize their members more than an Israeli strike against Iran. That would be the next prophetic direction, from less concentration on pillaging Iraq and Syria to some serious acts upon Israel that actually comes to success. But there is nothing to indicate at this time that the warring Sunny would or could invade Egypt, a prerequisite to invading Israel. There is the possibility that, before Obama's term is up, he will arrange to greatly fund ISIS.

Obama has always been a closet pro-Palestinian. But the Palestinian state was the idea of George Bush before him, and the fact that Obama was elected after Bush speaks of a concerted push from the same circles to alter the Israeli norm. Fox news, which practically determines the Republican candidate, is gunning for Jeb Bush over Donald Trump, and that spells more of the same when it comes to the drive against the Israeli norm. George Bush, as with Obama, spoke well of Israel, but their deeds spoke differently. This is the False-Prophet spirit, is it not, to lie? I don't happen to know whether Jeb Bush is religious in any way. He comes across lamb-like, and maybe he is a true lamb. I don't know much about him. Donald Trump does not give the impression of a lamb-like character. As for Hillary, I hope she doesn't win, because I would hate to cover the news with her face daily upon it. Eight years with Obama has been enough, thank you. Go away, Hillary.

Discovery of Tilurius Bedrock

Throughout last week, the Proculus line was traced to the Port(er)s without doubts in my mind, but late in the week, there was a doubt that Porters would be the first to use a portcullis gate because they knew of their trace to portcullis-like Proculus. It's possible for there to have been a coincidence like that, where the sound-alike symbol has a port term matching "Port(er)," but I think I'd rather believe that Porters were not yet created when the portcullis was adopted by a Quadratilla>Proculus line. I would rather believe that a branch of Quade's, such as a Gate or Gate like surname, all named after from Quadratus / Quadratilla, were the first to use the portcullis. I don't know that any Gate surname uses the portcullis, but the gate-like Yate's do, and they are in Quade colors. The trick is to explain why Gate's use the lions that they do, and I think I can explain it. Yate's (Gloucestershire) are in the colors of the Mynetts.

You're going to see some convincing work here, highlighting the trace, that the heraldic masters knew of, to the Bassus'. For new readers jumping into this update, Bassus' were born from Mynett-like Amyntes of the Trocmii Galatians who married the Herod-Maccabee line of Glaphyra and Alexander Maccabee. Here is the Trocmii line: Brogitarus > Amyntes > Artemidoros > unknown parents at roughly the birth of Caiaphas > Severus Bassus > Quadratus Bassus > Quadratilla > Asinius Laevillus = Proculus.

Let's first repeat from the last update, reminding that the three nails used by PROCtors are suspect as code for the killers of Jesus, the prime killers being Joseph Caiaphas and his father-in-law: "The Primo's/Primeaux's (from Beaune), using half the BoNAIL quarters, may therefore be using the Brock lion." Brocks were themselves suspect with PROCulus and/or BROGitarus, and there were arguments set forth in the last update to trace Prime's, Primo's and Seconds to Junia Caepionis Prima and her sister, Junia Caepionis Secunda, one of them suspect as a grandmother of Joseph Caiaphas (Joseph, son of Caiaphas?), meaning that he and his father was a Caepio. That's been my theory for a long time, and the Caepio's have been traced to a line from Cuppae (Moesia) to the Kupa river of the Japodes, beside the Una (marked the Oeneus) river and it's Maezaei people. This is extremely important, and I would not have known of the Caepio trace to the namers of the Kupa had it not been for a revelation from God through a reader. What I call the Caepio-line lion is used by Brog-like Bruce's tracing to the Breuci that you can see on the map below, across the Sava river from the mouth of the Kupa, which is named the Colapis (center-left of map). Get this map on a separate browser and get to know what I'm saying, because this is mainly the truth with only some possible errors:

The Colapis was traced in the last update to the Cullis/COLEson surname that was honored in the portCULLIS. It means that the first surname to use the portcullis had merged with the Cole's or Coles', and only after that did they likely form a Cullis variation in honor of their symbol, which they transferred to kin upon marriage. The Cole's share a black-on-gold bull with the Lux's honored in the PROCK/BROCuff surname using the Shield-and-Chief color combination of the Brocks. We are right-on the PROCulus line, right? The Cullis' are thereby tracing to Proculus, right? We need to believe that in order to find interest in what else I'm going to say. If you don't believe it, you will not be interested in following closely. I'm not asking you to throw out your intelligence and to be gullible. The point in my work has arrived when it can be convincing with what may previously have appeared spurious.

In the last update, the Arms of Beaune (Bone colors) were viewed. I have not been familiar with Beaune. I had traced Maccabee ancestry to the Boii that named Bononia and probably also Bonn of Germany, and so the Bonails and Beaune are suspects from Boii products. Are Primo's/Primeau's using a version of the BONail Coat due to a marital merger between them? The Primo's were first found in Bonail-like Beaune. Here's from the last update:

...The Mackay sept of Beans/Bains show Beane and Bene variations (see "bien" term of Mackey-related Carricks), the Bene's are suspect with the "bene" motto term of Ballys. The latter's stars trace to Moray, where Mackays had an important branch, and this all makes the Primo's of Beaune suspect with the Messeys/Messier's of Burgundy, for these Messeys use a saltire in the colors of the Primo patee. The mirror in the Primo Coat can go to the Melusine mirror, and then the Beans/Bene's were first found in the same place [Aberdeenshire] as Cullis'/Colesons highly suspect with the Melusine-using Glass' that share the red-on-white stars of Kyle's who in-turn share the coiled snake with Coles' for a trace back to Cullis'/Colesons. The "Luctor" motto of Glass' is suspect with the Lux/Laux surname sharing a black-on-gold bull with Cole's (no 's'). See also the green snake, the colors of the Coles snake, looking itself in the mirror in the Sire Coat.

The point in repeating this is to enlighten / convince the reader and to set up the discussion to follow. Two updates ago, there was a quote from an online article: "One [Ged] party, a small one, escaped by sea to the far north of Scotland. They landed in the area of Loch Eriboll [like "Orbelus"] and offered their swords and services to the Chieftain of the Clan Mackay. The Geds were proto-Geddes, according to that article, and they were tentatively viewed (by me) as a branch of Gate's. If correct, the Geds must trace to the Bassus > Proculus line, which is feasible, and even solid, where Caracalla was a Bassianus surname on his mother's side, and where Caracalla's father was surnamed Severus, the first name of Severus Bassus (25 AD). We definitely have a story here, especially as Caracalla's mother was sister to Julia Maesa i.e. likely a proto-Mackay.

The Geddes were traced tentatively but seriously to Geta, brother of Caracalla. The Geta name was in this family at an earlier time, and traceable to northern Africa with Caracalla's known ancestry there, wherefore I ventured to plug "Geta" to the Getuli Numidians, likely involved with Massena (king of Numidia) whom I trace to the formation of Maccabees along with the Boii. Fortunately, it can be seen that the Massena Coat is a version of the Masci Coat, wherefore it can be gleaned that FreeMASONs are secretly from a king-Massena line to Masseys/Maceys, for a Dunham Massey location in Cheshire was also Dunham-Masci. That is a key for trusting in what I'm saying here, and so just trace "Macey" to "Mackay", and assume that Geds were fellow Numidian liners. Geds were in Scotland by 400 AD, some 200 years after Caracalla was in Yorkshire in a war campaign against the Scots (Caledonians).

My position is that Julia Maesa finds the king-Massena line at 150 AD right at Caracalla's doorstep. As king Massena (200 BC) became allied to general SCIPio while Meschins (Cheshire, likely a Masci line) married SKIPtons of Yorkshire -- i.e. where Caracalla was stationed when he became the Roman emperor -- it seems that Caracalla was himself the carrier of the Scipio bloodline to Yorkshire. But even if not, it can be assumed that a Scipio line and a Maesa line were with him in his war against the proto-Scots, and that one or the other left seeds in Yorkshire. It's where the Breuci line to Bruce's were first found. General Scipio's kin, Scipio Africanus, was likewise involved with Numidians / Carthaginians.

The Templar-important Carrick was Marjory, her first name highly suspect in the Margy variation of Mackeys/Mackie's. I have the sense that this name can trace to the Margus river (Moesia, and near the Pek), location of Scipio-suspect Scupi.

Let's go on to another quote of the last update: "The Arms of Beaune (Bone colors) has Mary and baby Jesus with Mary holding GRAPEs and Jesus holding a Catholic orb. The CREPons, using the same bend as Bone's..." When dealing with the ORBelus term in a quote further above, I had not known of the ORB symbol of Beaune. Elements from Orbelus' (Strymon river) were discovered as proto-Scots proper. The Maezaei were off the URBanus river, and, fortunately, the Urban surname's patee crosses can be linked to the same of the Massena surname so that one may feel assured that king Massena was a Maezaei liner. The question then is whether the Catholic orb traces to the Urbanus river, and, if so, why? Or, to put it another way, does the Beaune location trace to something that was on the Urbanus, and, if so, does Junia Caepionis Prima trace there? After all, her first name trace's to the goddess, Juno (wife of the Japodes), code for the namers of the neighboring Una river.

The point is quoting the below (from the last update) is to start this update's investigation into Urbanus-river elements:

As the Coles' share the colors and format of Tarents / Chills/Childs, it's somewhat compelling to trace Cole's / Kyle's / Glass' to "Cilnius." But if this is correct, then it behooves me to trace Cilnius MAECenas to the Colapis river, near the MAEZaei, the latter on the URBanus river perhaps intended in the Beaune ORB. I trace Julia MAESi to the Maezaei, and then while I traced her to Lamas' (Arms-of-Beaune colors), suspect from Le Mas near Grasse, there is a Lamatis location off the Urbanus. Julia's father, Bassianus, was working in neighboring Dalmatia (stamped beside the Maezaei), but I don't know the details. He may have had links to Lamatis, in other words. The Grasse's of Provence use chevrons in colors reversed to the Macey chevron, and the English Grasse's were first found in Buckinghamshire while Bucking(ham)s use a besant-version of the Urban Coat.

Lamatis had been traced years ago to the Salyes Ligures at Cuneo, where I trace "Cheney," a surname first found in Buckinghamshire. In another paragraph to come, you will see a very good reason for tracing Cheney kin, as represented in the Cheney martlets, to the Urbanus. The Cheney motto term, 'major," is used by Geddes'. The BUCKENhams were traced to Hyksos-pharaoh, APACHNas, years before it was discovered, in the first update of this month, that the Cerauni peoples on the Urbanus, were from Coronis on Patmos. The Hyksos have been suspect from Patmos for roughly a couple of years, ever since mythical Coronis, sister of Ixion, was discovered as code for Chora on Patmos. Ixion, who was traced to Keon/Kyan elements in Dalmatia as many as three years ago, was suspect years earlier with Hyksos-pharaoh Khyan, whom I read was the same man as Apachnas. I therefore trace "Cheney" to "Khyan," wherefore Cheneys are expected to trace to Hyksos on Patmos. The "Fato" motto term of Cheneys may apply to Pat liners.

The Keon/Kyan fish was traced to the fish of Saraca's of Ragusa (Dalmatia) BEFORE it became evident that CARACAlla was of "SARACA." This line was suspect from Ragusa of Sicily, and its SARACens, beside the Messina part of Sicily, and Messina is where we find Patti, where the patee crosses of Massena's and Urbans trace, wherefore we glean that Patti was a line from Patmos. It's full-proof because the Scylla monster of Messina traces to the city of Skala on Patmos...just another way of saying that the namers of Sicily were from the namers of Skala. (Compare the Patents with the Schole's/Scayles').

As the Urbans use a version of the Buckenham Coat because both surnames were Patmos elements, and because Buckinghams substitute besants for the Urban patees, it seems that BUCKIN is a variation of "BASSIANus." It's like saying that Buckingham Palace was named by the Bassus > Bassanius bloodline, but that, if correct, serves to reveal that Bassus' were from pharaoh Apachnas. I will leave room to differentiate between Buckenhams and Bassianus' liners, however. Buckenhams can be traced solidly to the two Bug surnames (one of them first found in Nottinghamshire), not just because the Nottings (same place as portcullis-using Yate's) share the Buckenham bend-with-besants, but because the Buckin/Buggin/Boggans surname shares an eagle in the colors of both Bug Coats. And the German Bugs (Foot / Fothes colors), I kid you not, once showed FOOTless martlets in the colors of the footless Joseph martlet, colors reversed to the identical Cheney martlets. That's why Bugs, and the Bug river of the Neuri, are suspect with Apachnas liners. German Bugs changed their martlets to ravens, but then Coronis was the mythical crow (ravens and crows are treated identically).

The Yate's were claimed to be in the "yet" motto term of Geat- / Geta-like Seatons. The "hazard" motto term of Seatons is shared by Sutys, but the latter throw in a "nothing" term that can be gleaned as a Notting branch because Yate's were first found in the same place as Nottings. That tends to clinch the Yates for the "yet" motto term. The Chief of the Side's/Suddys uses spread eagles in Cheney-martlet colors, and colors reversed from the spread Bucking/Buggin eagle (connectable to the Luton eagle because Luton is beside Buckingham), and so it's notable that the Buckin eagle is in the colors of the Side/Suty lion suspect with Levi's.

The importance of the Nothing surname (more gold martlets) is that they were first found in Yorkshire, where the Geta > Geddes line is expected to have gotten its British start. And Yate's are expected to be a later offshoot of a Geta > Gate line. I must assume that, some 1500 years ago, it knew very well of its trace to Proculus. The Nothing Crest is the flame-throwing Seaton dragon (a good reason to link Lutons to "Lothian"), and is listed with Northerns suspect with Neuri liners such as Norrys. Norths share a dragon but are suspect with the Maschi lion.

The Side/Suty tiger has been a hot topic for me, an excellent symbol for proving a trace back to the Herod-Maccabee line. But in the last update, just as Proculus' name, Asinius, was being traced (last update) to Eisenhowers, it was discovered that Dwights use a tiger, but can now add that it links hard to the Side/Sudy tiger. For starters, the giant Dwight tiger is in the colors of the giant Side lion, and then the Dight variation just caused a look-up for a Dite surname, and it uses the Dwight tiger exactly, and was first found in the same place (Staffordshire) as the Side-suspect Buckins/Buggens using a giant eagle in the same colors. The Dite/Diot Crest is than a white tiger ("A silver tiger passant, with a red collar and leash"), the color of the Side tiger.

I still haven't gotten to what was intended earlier. It starts with the SULLIVans, who were traced to Salyes Ligures, all from SALViae on the ancient map above, between the Urbanus and the Una. As Sullivans use a "lamh" motto term, one can glean that they trace also to Lamatis. There is a road on the map going from Ad Ladios to Lamatis to Salviae and further on to Pelva, a term that can modify from "Pelua." "Lamh" is used also by Brians (Brogitarus-suspect Brigantium elements). who in-turn use "LAIDir" suspect with peoples from Ad Ladios. The Pelva location is where the pelican-using Pulleys/Pullens, who honor the pelican-using Pelle's, are key, for the Pulleys use the footless martlets of the Josephs / Bugs', and then Bugs trace to Buckingham, where Cheneys were first found that use the same martlets in colors reversed. In the last update, the Gards, who use a version of the Pulley/Pullen Coat, were traced to the Urbanus! That's what proves a Cheney trace to that river, and also a Pulley trace to Pelva! That was badly needed. Here's how it was said:

"Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, seigneur de BIENfaite et d'ORBec...", father of Gilbert Crispin, and son of Ronais De Tellieres. Recall the ORB symbol of Beaune (Burgundy). Bienfaite should be of Saint-Martin-de-Bienfaite-la-Cressonniere at the Touques theater [tiger line], for that's where Orbec is located. Like the Tills suspect from the Tellieres surname above, the Arms of Orbec use the colors of URBans. The Arms is also suspect with the Masci fleur-de-lys because Urbans are related to the Maezaei / Masci's, and that LYS fleur can thus go to the namers of Lisieux [Touques river]. The Meschins [of Skipton] had married the Clare's of Tonbridge. Beaune is in Burgundy, where Messeys were first found, and as the Carrick motto in full is, "Garde bien," note that Gards (Bisset colors) share a "Toujours" motto term with Yonge's from the Una river, and that the UNIack variation of Irish Gards (share hawk's lure with Cheshire's) was traced to the Una river, one major river over from the Urbanus.

Bissets were thrown into that paragraph because of the Bistue location at the source of the Urbanus, and beside Pelva. The "culpa" motto term of Pulleys (and Patents) became suspect with "Colapis," but I don't recall tracing Pulleys to Pelva. The Bisset bend is that also of the Pulleys, which for me clinches the Pulley and Pelle trace to Pelva. It can then trace Pulley kin of all sorts to the Urbanus. Every time you find a key trace such as that, it works to trace others to the same area. As the Side chief is expected to be using the Buckin/Buggin eagle, I now expect Side's / Sutys / Seatons to trace to something in the Urbanus area, and of course this something is expected to be a Proculus > Cullis liner to the Colapis river. But the "Nothing" term of Sutys, code for NORTHerns, can go to NERETva, an area not marked on the map above, but known to be on the Naro river (shown) that passes close to the Urbanus!

The North lion is shared by the NARbonne/DeNORDI surname! The "NarBONNE" location can now be expected in the ORB-using Beaune liners that are themselves expected at the Urbanus. Therefore, it looks like Narbonne was named by a peoples of the Naro river. The Bonnie's/Bonnets (same place as Luton) use another martlet as well as a version of the Urban Coat. The Bonnie bend is colors reversed from the Bisset / Pulley / Bone bend.

It wasn't until getting down to here that the DITiones were spotted as the likely ancestors of Side-related Dite's/Diots and Dwights. The Ditiones are on the Basante river, one to the east of the Urbanus. The Basante (proto-BOSNia) is where the besants of the Buckinghams and Nottings must trace, and that's why Julius Bassianus is suspect from that river. this makes the Nottings suspect with the Naro. As the heraldic crown was just discovered to trace in some cases to the Ceraunii, note that they are beside the Basante while Besants/Bessens use a giant crown.

The Ditiones, suspect with Dwight Eisenhower in a trace to Asinius Proculus, are also beside the Drinus river with a source near the White Drin upon/near which there is a Decani location to which I trace Deacons and Decans, both of whom use the Fessy cross in colors reversed, important as per the last update's trace of Fessys to Fossae, at the place where you see "Amantini," on the north of the Ditiones. Amantini is suspect with "Amyntes." It's making Ditiones suspect with lake "Tatta," where tiger lines have traced.

Now as the tiger of Dite's is expected to be with the Tigranes line, it's notable that, as the Salyes trace to this same area, the Taggerts are sharing a black-on-white bend with Sale's, Saluzzo-suspect Cheneys and Bessins/Beestons / Bistons. That looks like a Basante-river alliance with Salviae elements, but note the SALDae location at the Amantini area, for Sale's are also "Sallete."

The Pulley pelican was traced to Publius PULCHer, a high-level Roman that assisted Brogitarus (probably to get some of his Caepio gold), and the line of Brogitarus was clinched in the last update with the Taulantii and Cavii Illyrians. The Tilly / Tiller / Tillieres surname have been important of late, and I have only just-now spotted a hard-to-see TILURius river on the map, a term I am not at all familiar with due to being partly obscured. The Tilurius is smack beside Pelva and Salviae. The Tiller/Tillieres/Tyler surname shares the same crescents as Seatons, and is suspect with the Meschin / Mussel Shield, but in this case it's necessary to see the Shields of Leaders and Ladds/Ladons too, as per Ad Ladios, and then note how "Leader" smacks of the "laidir" motto term connectable to the Sullivan kin, the Brians (i.e. the Salyes Ligures at Briancon). Here we find a great reason to trace Geddes' to the Seaton-suspect Tilurius entity.

LEDERata is across the Danube from the mouth of the Margus river, and so the arrow of the Tillers can link to the arrow in the Mackey/Margy Coat. It's making Lederata suspect with Tilurius liners. There is even a dove in the Tiller Crest for a trace to nearby Cuppae.

The pagan Levites in Judges became suspect with Oeneus, the alternative name of the Una river, but there is an Oneum location (hmm) at the mouth of the Tilurius. Oneum may be a good place to trace the Uniack variation of Gards, for Gards use a version of the Pullen Coat. Note the Vardaei peoples (on the Naro) to the near-south of Oneum. As I trace the Naro to the Neuri, whom were said to honor / worship the wolf, note the wolf in the other Gard Coat! This means that the Bug-river liners are expected in the Naro theater. Reminder; Carrick's use a "Garde" motto term so as to now trace fairly well to Vardea elements. Tillers/Tillieres' use "two silver lions passant GUARDant pellettee."

The wyVERN of Tile's/Tillys is expected with Varn / Guerin / Warren liners, but Vard-like Wards use the Warren Shield. This is excellent. The Varni were in griffin-studded Pomerania / Mecklenburg, and Gards do use griffins. The Varni worshiped NERTHus, which I traced, with no solid evidence at the time, to NERETva, and here the Vardaei are at on the Naro river = Neretva! The Varni and Vardaei must have been the same peoples! Illyrian pirates, we may now assume, became the Varangian pirates. Wardens use a chevron in the colors of the same that sometimes constitutes the entire in Arms of Carrick. It's the Gilbert chevron too.

Let's go back to ""Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, seigneur de BIENfaite et d'ORBec...", father of Gilbert Crispin, and son of Ronais De Tellieres." The Gilberts are the known ancestors of Carricks, and then the brother of Caracalla is suspect in forming the Geddes'. The Tile's/Tillys were first found in the same place as Palins/Pawlentys and a Poole location, and I think I did clinch a Poole trace to Pulleys/Pullens so that Palins (Tile/Tilly colors) may trace to Pelva elements too, tending to clinch a Tile/Tilly trace to Tilurius. It can be gleaned that Sheers (Saracen elements?) were Carrick and Schere/Scherf kin while the Pulley motto term is "peleSCERE," yet another reason to trace Carricks to the Pelva theater.

However, Palins traced hard to PALINurus (Lucania, southern Italy), but it's beside BUCHENtum!!! And this is a great place to find myself on Buchentum because, with or without it, the very next thing to be added is the axe in the Tile/Tilly Crest, identical to the one in the Hemp/Hempstead Crest. The Hempsteads were looked up a little earlier while on the Buckinhams because Hempstead was noted beside Buckingham.

Yet, the wyvern dragon and the axe together of Tile's traces to Drake's, first found in HAMPshire. The Hampshire surname shows no Coat, but we can bet that they were related to the Hemps and the Seaton-related Imps/Amps. The latter (highly suspect as a Caepio line) share the Tiller/Tillieres crescents (!) and therefore are suspect with the Keaton leopard face. Leopard face's are used also by Coverts/Cofferts (more martlets), first found in the same place (Sussex) as Hempsteads, and sharing with them a white-on-red fesse. The Hempstead Chief is suspect with the stars of Washingtons.

When tracing Palins to Palinurus (not many weeks ago), it became evident that Buchentum named the Buchans and Buchanans, and the latter use the lion of Sutys / Side's, I gather. I think one should expect Buchentum elements at or near Pelva, but as Buchentum was also "Pyxus," perhaps the Geddes pike fish trace to it. The Geddes' use the escutCHEON of Chaddocks / Chadwicks while Coverts and Hempsteads use a fesse in the colors of the escutcheon of Saddocks/Sedgwick, all three first found in the same place.

The Palin lion is that also of Dells, and the latter use a red saltire "superIMPosed." That makes Dells linkable to the Tilurius. But as Dellers share the single arrow with Tillers, why were Dellers first found in Bavaria? Are Bauers related? The single arrow of Rothschilds/Rothsteins is diagonal, as is the Deller arrow. The German Dells use ravens, as do the Bavarian Rothes, and of course these ravens are the Coronis-crow line. The Dell ravens are on a gold-on-blue bend, and the Deller arrow is, in essence, a gold-on-blue bend. This theme must trace to the single arrow of Mackeys/Margys that comes with ravens. I think this once again makes a Carrick trace to the Tilurius.

A good reason for tracing Ditiones to lake Tatta is that they were found linkable to Tattons-of-Massey. This came in the 1st update of July, 2011, where an alternative map (no longer available at the address it was once at) had the Ditiones at the Titius river that one can see with a source at the place where Maezaei are stamped (on the map used for the current update). The Titius flows to BURNum. Here's what I said: "In the last update, Tattons/Teytons and others were traced to Titus Tatius (probably a mythical character code), just before realizing that the latter was from the Titius peoples stamped "Ditiones" on the Titius river. But in the Roman-Illyricum map, Ditiones are stamped on the Bosna/Basante river..."

Scottish Tate's were first in Berwickshire (home of Bernicians), where I am now tracing Burns, and so it appears that Burns, and therefore Berenice Agrippa, trace to Burnum! That's a big deal because Bernicians on the whole can trace there. Tate's even use ravens, expected with Coronis elements in the Urbanus theater. The Tattons even share red crescents with the Tillers/Tillieres', and the Tilurius has a source near the Titius. Plus, as Carricks are suspect as a branch of Saraca's (or vice-versa) at Ragusa (near Vardaei, where the Carrick motto is now tracing), it's interesting that the Arms of Saraca use a blue-on-gold fesse, the Bernice/Burnhouse symbol.

Tills / Tillers / Tilly had traced to whatever named QuadraTILLA, and here I think we have found it, for even the Quade-suspect Gate / Yate line is being gleaned in the Tilurius ballpark. SCARdona, beside Burnum, can trace to the scarf in the Traby/Sadowski Coat, for the Arms of Traby share a black horn with the Burns and Bernice's. The Patch's (Patmos elements, right) also share the black horn, and they are suspect with the Patchie variation of Kilpatricks that also use a Sheer variation that traces to Scarf-like Schere's/Scherfs. Patch's share a black fitchee with Sheers/Shere's that is almost the black cross of Schere's/Scherfs. Kilpatricks use a "sure" motto term for the Sure's/Shore's (same chevron as Derbys, same motto as Caens), first found in Derbyshire, traceable to Derbe, near lake Tatta (Lycaonia). The Scarf wolf heads, even before this find, were traced to the Lycaonian wolf (see Lycaon) along with the same wolf heads of Quade's.

There is a Scardus mountain system shown stretching from the Penestae to the source of the Margus, with Krume in between.

All those horns above should trace to something in Orne. If the green Kilpatrick dragon is that of Seatons, let's repeat that Seatons and Tillers/Tillieres' share the same crescents. And Seatons were from Say in Exmes, in Orne (Orne's are listed with Horns). Exmes is in Heimes, and the Heimes Coat uses wolves, red, like the Fiddle/Fidelow wolf heads (the Heimes Crest is a fox, however). The English Porters showing the portcullis use a "fide" motto term for the expected trace to Lycaonia.

Aha! Swiss Sillers/SAYlers were first found in the same place as Heims! And the Sillers/Saylers share trefoils in colors reversed with Sitlers! That means that Sitlers (same lion as Sutys) were a Seaton/SITTen branch. And the Pike's use trefoils in both colors schemes, even upon a Shield split vertically in half in the colors of the same in the Arms of Sion!!! This involves the Trents and Tarents, the latter suspect from some years back with Sellers who just came up as the Scottish Sillers (same place as Cullis'). Trents linked in the last update to Eisenhowers, and therefore traced to ProCULUS.

It's important that Sillers/Sellers, with the Joseph swan design (swans are used by the Sion surname), were first found in Aberdeenshire, where Dee's were first found that trace well to Junia Caepio Secunda, suspect as the grandmother of Joseph Caiaphas. The Chives' had a branch at Aberdeenshire, and Proculus traces to Asners/Eisners suspect in-turn with Leslie's (Aberdeenshire).

So, it looks like Says (or Say in Exmes) trace to Tillers of the Siller kind. It finally finds a bona fide Proculus line in Exmes, which gives some teeth to the claim that Yate's were honored in the Seaton motto, and that Yate's honored Proculus with the portcullis. But this all depends on whether Tillers trace to the name of Proculus' mother. Trents, with the split Eisenhower Shield in colors reversed, were first found in the same place as Laevillus-suspect Leavells. Proculus was surnamed Laevillus after his father.

This is where it's necessary to repeat and stress that Tarents use the colors and format both of Sillers/Sellers and Chills/Childs. It makes Chills/Childs suspect with Tilurius elements from Quadratilla, and I trace Childs to "Childeric," husband of Bassus-suspect Basina. Her home was in Thuringia, with a father having a similar name, if I recall correctly, and Thuringia is where Talls/Thalls were first found that once showed the same bees as Bessins. It's only now noticed that the Tall bend is that also of Urbans! The Tall quarters are color reversed from the same of English Mortons, who named Moreton-Say, where Says were first found that use similar quarters. That alone can link or trace Talls to something in Exmes, and the ORNE river of Exmes (not far from Mortain) flows down to the Bessin theater. Don't the Burns and Bernice's use HORNs? Scottish Mortons happen to use the colors and format of the Exeters, substituting buckles for the Exeter bells.

The Say quarters use used by Mande(r)ville's (Mander colors), and the latter are in the Tilly write-up, and were first found in the same place (Wiltshire, beside the Tillys) as Mortons. Manners/Maness' use the peacock suspect with the Pawter variation of Porters, and moreover Manners use double fesse bars in the colors of the Bernice fesse, and so while the latter's fesse became suspect with the same in the Arms of Saraca, the Saraca's lived in Ragusa, also called, Laus, and it just so happens that Manders use a "Laus Deo" motto term. This would be a good place to tell that the Burn write-up traces to "Burnside of Monboddo", perhaps related to ArBUTHnotts that likewise use "Laus Deo." The Boddo term is immediately suspect with Botters and Potters (Hampshire, where Tillys and Hempsteads trace), and therefore with Pawters/Porters. The Porter-like Borders were first found beside Devon.

There was a Laus location in Lucania (see map), smack beside PALINurus, and right at Buchentum/Pyxus.

Amazingly, it was a Joseph Ampton/Hampton (Josephs were first found in Hampshire) who emailed many years ago to say that "Laus Deo" is written at the top of the Washington Monument. Otherwise, I would not have stressed that phrase. The Hemp(stead) Chief uses the Washington Chief!

The Tall Crest: "A gold star between 4 feathers, two blue on the DEXTER and two red on the sinister." Sinisters were suspect with Seneschals, the write-up of which mentions the castle of HAMON-aux-Dents, lord of Thorigny (like "Thuringia"). On the other side of the Orne river (from the Bessin) is the Touques theater, where Seneschals are said to derive from. Seneschals use nine mascles and a "Macula sine" motto phrase that may be for Macclesfield liners, but the "sine" term gets the Sions/Swans and therefore traces to Seaton liners yet again. Most Seneschal variations are like it's Senegal surname, perhaps indication of the Sangarius river, home of AMYNTes...who had been suspect with the HAMON(D) surname. Before knowing of Amyntes and the open helmets of Mynetts, I had traced the Seneschal mascles to the near-same of the Spinks, and it just so happens that Openheims use the sphinx. Near the Touques is Rouen, and the Rouen surname shares nine mascles with Seneschals.

Seneschals are said to be specifically from Crevecoeur, suspect with the "Courage" motto of Comyns because Conteville is in the Touques theater. I'm trying to understand this new-found trace of Dexters to Burn elements in Exeter. The Comyns happen to use the dagger while Daggers (same place as Bernice's) and Deckers/Daggers were suspect with "Deckster." I now need to re-assess whether it was correct to trace these surnames to the Ticino. Here would be a good place to say that the Laevi on the Ticino can trace to Leavells, first found beside Exeter. Daggers share a motto term like the "Loyalite" of Mackesys/Margesons, important because Mackays use the dagger, thus revealing that Margesons merged with Mackays. This picture traces to the Mackey/Margy arrow now suspect as the Tiller arrow. These annulets now look like the Avitus-Maesa line, the same as the Bassianus line to Meschins of the Bessin, exactly where the dexter-and-sinister Talls trace. But it's the FOUR feathers (probably code for QUADRaTILLa) of Talls that have the dexter and sinister codes attached to them, and the Feather surname once again uses the colors and format of Sillers/Sellers and Chills/Childs...important because Talls were first found in the same place as Basina.

The Feather Crest happens to use the antelope (color of the Chimney antelope). The Feather feathers link obviously to the Tudor feathers because Tudors use helmets (!) in the same colors and format. Tudors are suspect with lake Tatta, where the antelope traces. Feathers are in the colors of the Hempsteads, and first found in the same place (Sussex), while the Hempstead axe is that also of Tillys, important because it tends to link Tillys to Talls. The Tillys are said to be from the Bessin, but with a branch in Devon (i.e. where Dexters are now tracing with the Proculus-suspect Porters). Should Feathers be suspect with the Fido's/Fittes'/Fette's?

Kilpatricks are actually very much a part of this discussion because they had a castle on the Nith river, where Geds are said to have lived around 400 AD. What may have been their relationship from the start? I trace the Geddes pike to Peks of MOESia, and I trace Kilpatricks to PatMOS. The Geddes are, for the moment, suspect with Quadratus to a branch of Quade's and Mackays, and we saw that Geds had given even their swords to the Mackay chief (I wonder who he was). As Quadratus traces through Proculus, and as Kilpatricks and Patricks are in Potter and Porter colors while using a "paw" in Crest, I'm now wondering whether Porters/PAWters and POTTERs were PATRricks to begin with. Patricks and Kilpatricks share the black-on-white saltire as well as the "dexter" code.

The Dexters were obviously merged with Patricks / Kilpatricks, but I've just re-noticed the Dyster variation of Dexters, like the Dusters suspect with Dussle's / Hazels. A Dexter = Duster equation works where the Decks/Deckers are like the DECKster variation of Dexters, while Hazels share the squirrel with Decks/Deckers. The Dagger variation of the latter traces to the Mackay dagger, we may assume. The Dexters share the double chevrons with Hucks (owls), and both use chevrons in the blue of the HUCKabee's (MacABEE kin?) while the latter uses Asclepios rods, symbol of Coronis' son. That's another way that Patricks trace to Patmos, and so Patrick liners can trace very well to the Urbanus theater. Plus, Dusters/DusterHOPs are using a bend with symbols in the colors and format of the three squirrels on the Valentin bend.

It just so happens that Huckabys were first found in Devon, location of Dexter-suspect Exeter. As the Burn chevron is the Dexter chevron too, we trace back to Burnum in the Urbanus theater's Hyksos to make Hucks and Huckabys suspect as such. The red Dagger/Dacker bull is used by Savona's that in-turn trace excellently to Pulleys now known to be from Pelva (beside Burnum and the Tilurius). The Dexaroi were also called, DASSeratae, which can per chance trace to the DAESitiates at the source of the Besante river. The Deas surname uses a bee, a Bessin / Biston symbol, making for a good trace to the Daesitiates. This recalls the Deas link to same-colored Dade's/Daids, perhaps important because the Dade's/Deeds use the colors and format of Daggers/Dackers. If the Bessins/Beestons and Bistons don't trace to "Besante," that river is beside BISTue, itself beside Pelva.

I read that Deas' were a branch of Desmonds, the latter from Cork, where the Dailys/Dallys were from. The Cork/Core surname uses the Tailer lion tails, in the colors of the Tiller/Tillieres lions. Dailys use a lion split in the two colors of the Penes/Penny greyhound, which is in the Daily Crest. This indicates that Dailys trace to the Penestae. Half the Daily lion is also the Dell lion, as well as the Oven (and Patterson) lion. Tillieres/Tylers are traced to tile makers using an "oven," you see, and so for this and other reasons, the Dailys are suspect with Tiller liners. It's making a Penestae link to the Tilurius. But the "rege" motto term of Dailys is used by Pattersons who trace to the south of the Penestae, at the Dexaroi peoples.

The "rege" term can be code for Ragusa liners, and to this I'll add that the Saraca fish was traced to the Barr-of-Brunswick and Bar-le-DUC fish while German Dells use the same bend as Bruno's. The Bars (why do they use horns?) are honored in heraldic "barry" (multiple bars). French Porters, first found in BERRY, use a bend in colors reversed to the Bruno bend. Geddes' use the heads only of pike fish, a symbol connectable to the Berry fish heads. Pike's, using the Burn chevron, were first found in the same place as English Barone's. Italian Barone's/Varone's, first found in the same place as Bruno's, link well to Verona's using that white-on-blue fish again (colors of the Saraca and Bar-le-Duc fish). The Geddes are suspect with portcullis-using Yate's (said to be from gatekeepers, but never mind, that's indication of a Gate liner). In this way, the Yate's portcullis can link to the Porter portcullis. Bars share horns with Burns and Bernice's because they all trace to Saraca's, right? Yes, and I now know that Bars passed through Burnum. See also Berone's with an 'e'.

The Bar fish belongs to the line of Keturah through Kodros to Kotor, near Bar, and suspect with Cutters sharing the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Brocks and Procks/Brocuffs. It traces Keturah to Brogitarus line.

Bernards, using a "florabit" motto term suspect with Florence, where Brunos' and Barone's were first found, may be using a version of the Urban Coat, for Bernards (same as the Patterson scallops) share the green snake with Days/Dea's that can trace to the Daesitiates. As a possible clue that Daesitiates were Dexaroi, the Days are traced to Ireland's DYSARt, a term like the "Dasseratae." Dysart is in IncheQUIN, and Quinn's share the pegasus with Daggers/Dackers, and moreover Keens/Keons are expected with the Saraca fish. Burns are said to have founded Bon Jordan in INCHbreck, and so let's add that the green snake is used by Innis'. InchBRECK can trace to BROGitarus / PROCulus. Brecks use more horns, and another antelope.

See the Exeter colors and format of French Bernards, first found in the same place (Provence) as Grasse, another Avitus-line suspect, and using the Dexter chevrons in colors reversed.

With Daily's tracing to the Tilurius, where Julia Maesa's family may have been, the "Fidelis" motto term of Dailys may apply. This banks on proto-Fiddle's/Fidelows stemming from Julius Avitas. Annulets are shared between Tillers, Vito's and Irish Barone's, the latter from the general area of Dailys and Desmonds. Barone's are said to be from DEISE, and they share the DESmond saltire, which is red, the color of the "SUPERimposed" saltire on the Dell lion. It really looks like the Daesitiates were in league with the namers of the Tilurius, and so let's add that the Taulantii were beside the Dasseratae.

I had traced Supers/Sobers (billets) and Inch's / Ince's / Innis together to INSubres, how about that. I was skeptical of that trace, but maintained it. It now looks good, but as Days/Dea's are from an Inch-suspect location, let's add that I linked the Insubres to dwellers on the neighboring Ticino, for Days have just been shown to be Dexaroi suspects. And Sopers share a black-on-white saltire with Dexaroi-suspect Patricks and Kilpatricks while the latter use the Levi lion! This is badly needed for the Dagger trace to the namers of the Ticino. The Insubres founded Milan while Scottish Milans use the Buchanan / Buchan lion, in the black of the Dell / Daily lion. Milan is beside Como, where dagger-using Comyns had traced. There is an INCErum location (map) shown near the source of a river with a mouth on the Sava near the mouth of the Urbanus.

Clement Ancestry on the Telavius

It's even possible that Supers/Sobers were named after "Sava". The Savers/Saviours/Severs (same place as Yonge's and Gore's that trace to the Sava) use annulets in the colors of the Vito annulets so that Julius Avitus can trace to the Sava along with Severus Bassus. The Saver fesse is not only in the colors of the same of Bernice's ("PerSEVERantia") so that Savers are suspect near Burnum, but the latter is beside CLAMberae while Clements (besants!) share the nebuly feature with Savers/Severs. This is the first time that I've seen any sense in a trace of Clements to a geography. Clements were first found at Powys while the Powys surname uses a BEAR paw called a "gamb", while Gamble's use a beak term for their Crest description, suggesting that the black-and-white barry of more than one Clement surname is related to the same barry of Beaks. That could be important for tracing Pek liners to the Kupa theater. The German Clements with the barry were first found in Saxony, and are thus using a version of the Arms of Saxony, but German Julians, likewise first found in Saxony, likewise use black-and-white bars.

The Powys' are suspect with Paws apparently honored in the paw of Quints, first found in the same place as Savers. These Quints are expected from the Kupa river, you see, and we just saw a Gamble-Beak merger capable of tracing between Cuppae and Kupa. Gamble's share the fleur of Spanish Petro's who traced to Flavius Petro, ancestor of emperor Titus, now suspect with the Titus river smack beside the Telavius! ClamBERae is on a TELavius river that may have named the Dells, and may have been related to the namers of the Tilurius. English Dells were first found in the same place as Clare's while Clements/Clermonts' are using the Clair Chief.

Hmm. Suppose that the Telavius was named after the idea of d'Laevillus, or something like that.

The Powys gamb is in colors-reversed to the bear paw of Bellino's/Belli's, first found in VERona, suspect with BERone's i.e. so that the bear can apply to Berone's / Barone's / Bars. It's another way of saying that bear-liner Berenice Agrippa should trace to the Petro > Titus line, perhaps explaining why she was engaged to Titus (those old blood worshipers liked to marry kin). Italian Clements use a black boar (Sullivan symbol), and then the Germans call a boar, an eber, meaning that the boar can in some cases be code for the ClamBERae line. The heraldic boar has always been suspect with Eburo = pagan Hebrew liners. Italian Clements were first found in Rimini, which not only traces to proto-Romans of the Kupa / Japodes theater, but the Maschi's of Rimini are suspect with the Maezaei smack at Salviae and the Titus river.

The giant bear paw of Bellino's is in the colors of the giant fleur of Gamble's, the latter first found in Yorkshire i.e. where Pulleys and Petro-related Presleys were first found. The Petro/Perez flory cross is almost that of Bouillons, and both the house of Flavius Petro and Bouillons traced to Bologna. PRESleys and Petro's/PERES' (Abreu/Abruzzo colors) share the white tower, making it appear as though Presleys were originally Petro's'. This can indicate that it's wrong to trace "Presley" to something like "Brescia / Abruzzo," unless Perez liners named those places. Clime's, suspect with some Clement variations, are listed with MacLeans/Cleans/Lane's, and they too use a white tower, in the Crest, as with the Petro Crest. The "mine" motto term of Clime's gets the Mean surname that can be in the "I mean well" motto of Shaws, and the latter are a branch of Sheaves', first found in Abruzzo.

The English Parez's/Paris' are in Petro/Peres colors, and use the unicorn heads of Savarys, for a trace to Caracalla's father. The Savarys (heron) are the ones with a "vita" motto term tracing to Julius Avitus. Savarys use blue vair on red, as do Nero's/Neritti's (Neretva on the Naro?) whose Lanaro variation may explain the MacLane's. Lano's use a besant. Parez's/Paris' are traced in their write-up to the HUMBER river, and then there is a Perusia location in UMBRIA. Perusia and the Parez' can trace to Parez of Lorraine where French Savarys/Saffers use falcons in the colors of the Lorraine eagles.

Tells/Tallers share a curved, black perchevron with Openheims, important where annulet-liner Tillers trace to the Brogitarus > Proculus line. The curved perchevron is used around the annulets of Chappes-suspect Ottone's, first found in Perusia. As English Crispins/CREPons use red-and-white barry, the same of the Tells/Tallers can apply in a line between Perusia and Perez, where French Crispins/Crepons were first found. CRISpins are suspect with the Gris / Grey liners, and Greys (NorthUMBERland) appear to be using a version of the Talbot Coat. Tailers, a merger with Chives' (Devon), list a taller surname.

Savarys were first found in the same place (Devon) as Beres'/Beers/Bears and Stewarts. The latter use a "VIREscit" motto term while barry-using Burse's (beside Devon) are said to be from the Vire river of what was ancient Alauna. Proto-Stewart Alans had traced to Brunswick, where Bars were, but I then traced the Brunswick Alans to Vis-de-Lou, i.e. suspect with the Avitus line. The Petro's'/Peres' and Parez's/Paris's are in Brunswick colors, and the flory cross of Petro's can trace to Florence, where Bruno's and Barone's were first found.

I'm unsure of whether Beres'/Beers should be lumped in with Perez liners. Beres'/Beers share the bear with bear-using PERCivals, first found in the same place as Burse's. The latter's barry is in the colors of the same of Saxony, but then the German Clements (Saxony) are using a version of the Saxony barry. As Beres'/Beers are said to be from an early Bera surname, we can now trace them with Clements to ClamBERae. If that's correct, then we can move on to the Beer-Hacket location (Dorset) of the Beres'/Beers, for the Hackets/Hatchets are honored in the hatchet of the Zerrs/ZEHRers whom trace well to Zahringers, and it just so happens that Zahringers founded bear-using Berne in Switzerland. Hatchets/Hackets use white fish in the colors of the same of Bar-le-Duc and the Arms of Saraca, and the latter have the fish on a blue-on-gold fesse (same as Bernice's of CUMBERland) i.e. in the colors of the Hacket Shield. The Beer-Regis location of Bere's/Beers may now trace Regi-like terms to Ragusa. Habsburgs were first found in Baden, and they will be traced later to a location not far north of the mouth of the Telavius.

The Swiss Berne's are in Petro's / Parez / Brunswick colors, and they use the same bend as Fes', first found in the same place as Bouillons and Bauts. This brings up the Burds/Birds sharing the flory cross of Bouillons, for it dawns on me here that "Burd" can be a hardened form of "Perez." For examples: 1) Bordons/Burdens/Birdens share the axe (which they describe as "battle-axes (bourdon staves)" with the Hacket/Hatchet Crest; 2) Borders were first found in the same place as Burse's (from Fes-suspect Vassy), Percivals, Pierce's...and Leavells (said to be from Mr. Perceval). The Leavells use barry with a nebuly border, the same as Clements, bringing to mind the idea of d'Laevillus as the makings of "Telavius." If correct, Talbots become suspect as mainline Laevillus liners. The Yvery location of Mr. Perceval traces to Ivrea, on the Bautica/Baltea, and that river is where I trace the family of Godfrey de Bouillon (brother of BALDwin, king of Jerusalem).

The Burds share the red martlet in Crest with Proctors, and the latter bring Gamble's back to mind who share the fleur of Petro's/Peres'. It just so happens that the alternative-English Burd Crest shows diagonal barry in the colors of the same of Clements/Climers!!! I didn't know it when starting this paragraph. Nor did I know that the alternative Burds show fleur-de-lys in the colors of the same of Gamble's / Peres'. Zowie. And Dutch Beers use the fleur in colors reversed. This means that Burds and Petro's/Peres' can now be seriously identified with ClamBERae liners, and one should even expect Proculus liners to trace to (or from) Clamberae. Burds share "spes mea" with Hackets while it's the Beres'/Beers with the Beer-Hacket location. The "Deus" motto term of Hackets can go to the Daesitiates, beside the Naro of Neretva.

In this picture, it looks like the namers of Berne trace both to Beres'/Beers and Clamberae, the latter beside Burnum. This entire picture seems to be traceable to Perusia and other Umbria locations such as those its Nera river. The mouth of the Nera is near Rieti. This brings up the question on whether the Nera was named after the Naro of Neretva. As the Gards traced to the Vardaei on the Naro, by what coincidence is the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Gards that also of Hackets. We just saw reason as to why Naro elements should trace to Clamberae, but that was before the Hacket-related Beres' suggested a trace to Clamberae.

Remember, emperor Nero is the one that preceded Vespasian from Rieti, asking whether Nero was from the Nera river. The Fulke's/Folks, said to be from Fulk Nerra III of Anjou, use the "sera" motto term while Zerrs/Zehrer's are the ones with the hatchet. The Beer-Ferris location of Beres' suggests a look at the Ferris/Fergus surname, and that was the one that traced (months ago) with Carricks to the Sava-river Sauers. The Sawyers were first found in the same place as "sera"-using Fulke's. The "Bear and forbear" motto of Sarah's/Saire's/SAYers, previously traced to bear-using Forbes', is now suspect with Beer liners.

Is Sarah's/Sayers are from Say in Exmes, we would find ourselves back to Seatons with the "yet" motto term suspect with portcullis-using Yate's. If the gold-on-black cinquefoils of Sayers were of the white-on-black ones of Potters (Porter colors), it becomes an argument for linking portcullis-using Porter/Pawters (same place as Potters) to Potters. Note that Sayers use "FORbear" while Seatons use "FORward." Nero's were first found in the same place (Lucca) as Italian Botters, the latter a fundamental part of Clan Chattan suspect with PORCius Cato. Clan Chattan is in the cat of the Lucca surname. The point is, portcullis-liner Porters/Pawters are suspect from Botters.

The Zerr/Zehrer description calls the crossed hatchets with an 'X' term that may be code for Exeter, for Exeters share bells with Porters. It seems better that the 'X' is code for whatever the Zerr-Crest axe refers to. The heraldic battle-axe has been deciphered as part-code for battle-related Battins/Badens, and the Zahringers were ruling in Baden. Battins/Badens are easily traceable to Bidens/Buttons (said to be of Bath in Somerset), first found in the same place (Hampshire) as Potters, and having variations like some of the Hampshire Botters. The battle-axe Drake's (Hampshire) are suspect as Vere liners while the Wear write-up traces these Vere's to the Axe river in Somerset, where Battins/Badens were first found, and beside Exeter. Therefore, Exeter is suspect after "Axe." In the last update, "Exeter" became suspect with the Dexters...using the double chevrons of Hacket-like Hucks.

Moreover, while Borders were likewise first found in Somerset, the Bordens are the ones with the stave code, a symbol also of Hawks/Hauks (Herod lovers) that can trace to Haukeswells/Axelrods/Haxalls (Acton/Axton colors) showing nothing but battle-axes. Haukeswell is a location in the same place (Kent) as Axton. Exeter is in the same place as where Hacks/Hykes' (Chives quarters) and Chives' were first found. This allows a trace to the Cavii and the Taulantii, the latter beside the Dexter-suspect Dexaroi. Hacks/Hykes use the Meschin scallops, expected where proto-Masseys were of the Hyksos tracing through Patmos to Messina, location of Etna that traces to Eatons (same place as Masseys and Ranulph le Meschin) that use a version of the Hack/Hykes Coat (Eden scallops). Apparently, the Axe line was a Hyksos one.

The German Hacks use a unicorn like the Baut ram, and were first found in the same place (Tirol) as Thors who trace to Turin, where the Bautica river flows. It's all at the CHIVASSo theater of the Chives line. I had been under the impression that the Bauts were showing a goat, but lately it was noted as a ram. Dutch Hacks use white goats (color of the Baut ram). There were many 'l' to 'r' modifications in the past so that the Tarves location of the Chives' can trace to "Telavius." That's because the so-called leopards (called "cats") of the Chives' are in the colors of the Tailer leopards. Moreover, the Chives Crest is the leopard of Mosca's (beside Lucca) suspect with the Maezaei beside the Telavius river (Meschins married Taillebois). The Massars/MASSAI's were first found in cat-loving Lucca that quite-obviously traces to the Chives cats.

As the Cavii and the Taulantii MUST together trace to Severus Bassus without a doubt now, note that Savary-related Parez'/Paris' were from the Humber, in Lincolnshire, where Taillebois' lived. Lest you've forgotten, ClamBERae is on the Telavius. The Savarys use unicorns too, and the upright Hack unicorn links excellently to the same of Assmans/Rasmussens suspect from Severus' hometown of Akmonia. The Thors can be suspect with the Chappes' perchevron because Chappes trace to Severus' parents. It's therefore important that the Hack unicorn is in Chappes colors, and colors reversed from the Hucks. It half-expects Hack / Huck / Hykes liners at Severus' parents. I kid thee not, that was said while the Tirol Coat was loading; I had forgotten that it uses the double fesses of Hucks and Dexters! Tirols were even first found in the same place as Quints! Therefore, Thors, and likely their Trunk kin, trace to Caiaphas' family, so long as it's true that he was of Severus' family. This is another way of saying that Turin liners in cahoots with Chivasso liners are suspect at Severus' parent(s). The Ivrea liners went on to the Leavells suspect with Laevillus that married Severus' great-granddaughter (Quadratilla).

While the Cavii at the doorstep of Severus are suspect with the naming of Caiaphas, "Perez" smacks of "PHARISee." This picture could make the naming of Berenice related to the naming of Pharisees. Recall the Clamberae-suspect Beres'/Beers at a Beer-FERRIS location (Devon, same as Chives' and Thors/Thorns), and the trace of Ferris'/Fergus' (one of their branch's has the Ferrari lion) to the Cavii-suspect Sava river which itself sounds like "Severus." That's how Caiaphas might have been a son of Severus' unknown father, when a related Caepio line married that father (his wife is likewise unknown).

The Thor/Thorn write-up traces the family to Towers/Tours and Martins, and says that the family had a castle in Newport. If that's NewPORT of Wight -- beside all those Hampshire liners suspect with PORT(er)s -- it's beside Chives-like Cowes. Newports, in Mind/Mund format and colors, use another white unicorn, as well as sharing black leopard faces with Levi-beloved Aids/Ade's, in the colors of the wolf heads of Quade's, and that's why the Cowes/Koo surname is suspect from Quadratilla in Cilicia, location of Qewe/Kue. Apparently, one can thereby trace Qewe to the namers of Chivasso.

Ancient Qewe was Kizzuwatna, suspect with the Egyptian name (Heka Khasewet) of the Hyksos. The "supra" motto term of Newports reminds of the superIMPosed term used for the cloud-using Dells, and Newports share the black leopard face with IMPs/Amps (Quint-kin suspects). Newports were first found in same place as Dell-like Talbots, and this recalls the Insubres trace to Tilurius-river elements. Insubres founded Milan as MEDiolanum, suspect now with the "supra modum" motto phrase of Newports. The "Ne" motto term of Newports may betray their being a Nee merger with Ports, for French Ports share a blue bend with Nee's/Neigh's/Knee's. The "sapere" motto term of Newports can be code for a Severus line.

As the Shoe surname has a knight said to be cut off at the KNEE, note the Schoo and Schewe variations, like a Germanicized Cowes/Koo surname. Shoe's were not named after shoemakers, were they? Knights (same place as Hipps') are suspect with Cnuts that use another unicorn, as well as POT hangers that can be part code for Potter / Porter liners. If the UNIcorn is a fundamental Bassus-liner symbol, shouldn't Severus Bassus trace to something at the Una tributary of the Sava? The spur in the canton of the (K)Nights gives away their trace to the Nitts/Naughts (Dumfries), the namers of the Nith river (Dumfries), location of CloseBURN and the spur-using Close's/Clovse's. But the Nith is where the Geds lived that are suspect with the Yate's/Yeats sharing the Porter gate. Why do the Geddes use a "capta" motto term? As the Nights are also "Naught, it appears that Newport / Cowes liners were on the Nith.

The Kilpatricks, first found at Closeburn, traced to Antipatria (Apsus river), where the "Patriis" motto term of Knights should trace. Knights (and Talbots) use an engrailed border, which is now suspect with Burds and Beres'/Beers at the Clamberae location. Reminder: Burds share "spes mea" with Hackets. The latter's Beer-Hacket location was first found in the same place (Dorset) as Quints who share the gold lion paw with Cheshire's (Essex, same place as Quints) who in turn use hawk's lures. The crossed Cheshire paws are in the colors of the crossed Zerr hatchets.

The Burds (Cheshire), who may be using the Alan fesse, seem definitely to be Proctors liners, and they both share the red martlet with French Alans, who in-turn use the motto of Proculus-suspect Brocks. The trace of Burds to Clamberae gets them near the Tilurius, suspect with the naming of Proculus' mother.

The under-Telavius-investigation Tells/Tallers start to smack of Talls/Thals and Tailer liners. Spanish Tells even share the red Talbot lion, and Talbots use the motto, "Prest D'ACcomplir," sharing "prest" with Una-river Yonge's that's suspect as code for Priestlys/Presleys. The latter are Kerrick / Carrick kin in my long-standing opinion (see white tower of Craigs), but that's now tracing to Caracalla, whose line is expected to merge, to his future, with the Avitus-Maesa line. Presleys use a chevron in colors reversed from the Arms of Carrick, though Carricks came to use a talbot too. The Una has a source very near the Telavius so that the Yonge's sharing the Talbot lion becomes a strong argument for a Telavius root to Talbots and Taillebois'. Note how "TELAVius" can become "Telb." The "D'acCOMPlir" term can be part code for Comps/Camps using a Shield reflective of the Talant/Talon Shield that helps to convince me of a Talbot trace to the Taulantii. Some Taulantii elements are this suspect at the Telavius.

Having made that important Taulantii trace to Talbots, I note that the Ferris lion, which has linked to Carricks as of months ago, is colors reversed to the Talbot lion. The Craig / Craigie (see Porter write-up) ancestry of Carricks was traced to Acragus = Agrigento on the Drago river, which was also the Hypsas river, spelled nearly like the Apsus river on the southern edge of the Taulantii theater. The Hipps/Hipkins (suspect with Capone-related HOPkins), use more red-on-white martlets, and yet another sphinx. As the red-martlet Burds (Hipps colors) just traced well to Clamberae, its notable that Clements and Hipps' share the nebuly feature. The horizontally-split Shield of Hipps' is in colors reversed from the same of Decks/Daggers while Dexaroi were on the Apsus river. It's the Brocuffs that use a sphinx while the Talbot-Crest lion (in the red of the Yonge-Crest lion) is of the design used by Brocks. Clements were first found at BRECKnoch.

Hipps' (in the colors of French House's and the Suffolk Blois') were first found in the same place as Haukeswells (Hipps colors) suspect as House liners. English House's use a cloud, suspect with McLeods/Clouds, but the Hipps nebuly may be a cloud code. McLeods trace heavily to OPgalli, where Hopkins ought to trace. The hawk's lure is part-code for the Lure sept of McLeods, but the McLeods also list Lir-like septs suspect with the "d'AccompLIR" motto term of Talbots. The Hawks/Hauks are themselves suspect as House liners, which can make House liners trace to Hyksos where the Haukeswell axe's do. Ixion, suspect with those Hyksos, was married to Nephele = Cloud. Together, Nephele and Ixion birthed the centaurs, code for a Cent-like people group that I trace to the Cantii of Kent, where Haukeswell and Axton are located.

Portcullis Line Found at the Nith

I think I have just found the proto-Geddes at Jader, shown on the map to the near west of Burnum and NEDimon. This looks like the namers of the Nith, location of both Geds and CloseBURN. The Jade's are listed with Goeth-like surnames that don't produce much of a trace off-hand, but Gaters share fish with Geddes', and the Gater fish are in Nith / Yate's / Saddock colors. The Gaters are listed with Catters/Cathers/Caders, making Jader suspect with Keturah. Her lines are perfectly expected in the Japodes theater. If correct to trace Gaters to Keturah, we than have an interesting thing in the Goth-like variations of Jade's/Goetz's/Goeze's, for Goths/Goeths (border) use the same Zionist star as Hagars while Hagar was Abraham's concubine! If you don't know, Keturah was Abraham's other wife (Genesis 25). Keturah traces to fish-depicted, mythical king Kodros, whose second symbol, the boar, is suspect with Hebrews.

It's also interesting that Gade's/Goetz's were first found in the same place (Franconia) as Thor-related Trunks, while Goths/Goeths (Scarf / Close colors) were first found in THURINgia, while Closeburn is at THORNhill. "Thornhill sits in the Nithsdale valley with the Carsphairn and Scaur range to the west..." Might Scaur trace to Scardona smack beside Burnum and Nedimon? The Scarf Coat shares the white-on-blue chevron of Close's/Cloce's/Clowse's, and, zowie, I may not have realized the link of the latter two if not for Scardona being part of the relevant geography, but here I was just reminded that the Close chevron (colors reversed to the Burn chevron) has black hunting horns (Burn / Bernice symbol) with gold stripes, the colors of the horns in the Arms of Traby, and then the Traby/Sadowski surname at houseofnames uses a scarf!!! I had been on that trace before, which is how I knew that Kilpatricks (of Closeburn castle) were Traby liners, but to re-find that link here with Scardona in the picture at Jader and Nedimon, this is fantastic.

They aren't called hunting horns without reason. The Hunts happen to use a Shield split vertically in the colors of the same of Latins to whom I traced to both Kilpatrick saltires. The Kilpatrick drops are suspect with Traby liners of the Drop/Trope kind, and with one Tropoje location near the Clausula, the Close/Cloce/Clowse surname might just apply to Clausula liners of the Claws/Clason/Claxton kind. The other Tropoje is at the mouth area of the Apsus, river of AntiPATRia.

Side-by-side Krume and Has are often mentionable when it comes to Tropoje / Clausula liners, and here we have another example. To the near-east of the Nith, the LockMABEN location is beside Locherbie, and Mabens (CORNwall) are using the same white-on-blue colors noted above, the colors of Krume's. The FETTERlock and key of the Mabens is for Fetters using the giant Hesse sun that I trace to the namers of Has. The key in this case can go to the key of Barneys. Then, the Maybe's/Mabbe's, first found in Kirkcudbrightshire (beside Lochmaben), are using a tiger in Maben colors. What could this tiger be for? The Maybe Shield is split vertically in both colors of the Gate Shield, but until now I have not come across one in the hunt for Geddes kin.

Tiger liners are suspect with Dexaroi on the Ticino, which is where the Kilpatrick lion and dagger traces, and then keys in the colors of the Maben key are the major symbol in the Arms of Ascona, in Ticino canton of Switzerland. Ascona liners may be of the Asks/Askeys using a donkey that's traceable to Asinius Laevillus, himself suspect with the Kilpatrick / Levi lion. There is a decent new idea coming below on the origin of "Asinius" in a location to which Bernice's trace. Note that Askens, looked up only now because Asinius is now suspect with Asc/Ak terms, was first found in the same place as Neme's/Names, and uses roughly the Medleycott Coat.

We now have a logical trace of Gate's (same place as Close's) to the Nith theater, and while gate-using Yate's are suspect with the QUADratilla > Proculus line, here we have Quad-like surnames. And they are apparently tracing the naming of QUADRatus to the JADER location. Keturah had traced by other means to Quadratus. Plus, the Yate's use a portCULLIS while the Cullis/Coleson surname (Close colors!) was itself suspect from the Clausula and Colapis together. On the Colapis, the Medullum location can trace to tiger-using Medleys, and in fact I was convinced years ago that there was a way to link Medleys to Maybe's via the ModBURLEYs/Moberleys. "Closeburn was chosen by Walter Scott in his novel Old Mortality as the lair of John Balfour of Burley. The hamlet of GateLAWbridge, 2 1/2 miles (4 km) east of Thornhill..." That's toward Lochmaben. The Thornhill surname (same place as Camps) shares double-bars gemel with Medleys.

The "laidir" motto term of Kilpatricks can be for LAWlers/Lauders/Leathers (Berwickshire), like variations of Lothians who share the black horn with Patch's. The Lawlers are betrayed by their symbols as a branch of Laurie's and Glorys/Lowrys. Or, perhaps the Latters/Latto's/LAWtys apply to GateLAWbridge. Latters use the Tiller/Tillieres fesse-with-crescents in colors reversed, making them suspect with the crescents of German Julians, for Kilpatricks and Latin liners are expected from Julius Caesar.

There is a Cample river at Gatelawbridge, and then the "Ne" motto term of Cample's/Campbells is the one used by NewPORTS that got them traced to the Nith. Kilpatricks/Shera's are the one's tracing to Scarf-like Shere's / Schere's/Scherfs, and so note the Campbell motto term, "obliviSCARis. It just so happens that the Camps/Comps almost use the griffin heads (colors reversed) of Nede's/Needs (Shere / Scherf colors), who were just looked up seeking a surname from "Nedimon." The same griffin heads are used by Bridge's (Carrick / Presleys suspects) so that GatelawBRIDGE may have been a family merger. Nede's are listed with the Name's/Neme's, and this recalls that the Gate lions are in the colors of the same of Neams/Neme's/Names (same place as Nede's/Neme's). Possibly, "NEDIMon" was corrupted to "Neme," otherwise, how do we explain Nede's listed with this surname?

There is a Neamt area on the Siret river that was once the Hagar-like Agarus, and then Hagars (Cutter colors) were first found in the same place (Perthshire) as Gateleys, that being the alternative name of Gatelawbridge. This can get Cutters traced to Jader too. However, Gateleys are listed with Galletlys, possibly from Galati at the mouth of the Siret. To the near-west of Galati were the Cotesii suspect with Cotts, and then MedleyCOTTS are using a version of the Gate / Nede/Neme / Asken Coat. This has the potential to trace Cotesii to the Medullum location and/or other Colapis liners (we are looking for Caepio's on that river), especially as Medleycotts are also "Modley" while Modens/Modeys share fretty with Cotts, and Modleys were first found in the same place (Berkshire, beside Cambridgeshire) as Gaters/Catters/Caders.

It was the Cott line of Caesar that is suspect with the birth of Caiaphas. Where was it? In the Camps and Capone's, wasn't it? The Bridge's use crabs while Crabs, first found in the same place as Capone's, share the Close / Scarf chevron, and the Kilpatrick dagger, I take it, held by a lion paw, but called a "claw" for a trace to Claws'/Clasons. The Kilpatrick description: "A hand holding a dagger disTILLING drops of blood" I neglected the Kilpatrick dagger when tracing them to the Dexaroi at Antipatria.

The Tillings (same place as Keturah-like Cutters) are listed with Tillys said to be from Caen and the Mandeville's, which recalls the Amantia beside the Chaonians. The Sure's/Shore's, in the "I make sure" motto of Kilpatricks, use the same motto as fretty Caens.

The Ceraunii of Epirus

The Cravens (same fesse as Burds) who honor the Actons trace to Croatians, who lived around the Telavius river (where Burds just traced), and moreover, as the Coronis-Ixion line has already traced through Patmos to the Urbanus theater, compare the CERAUNii (on the Urbanus) to "Craven." This is an excellent, new find, for I identified Croatians/KRVati with mount Gareb, and independently (without thought of Croatians and Serbs) traced Gareb's inhabitants to the raven/crow, symbol of Coronis that traces to "Cerauni"! It looks like Croatians descended directly from the Cerauni. The House's became suspect from the Aous river south of Antipatria, and it just so happens that a the Ceraunii mountains (Epirus) are shown on the south of the Aous:

Opgalli has become suspect as a sister of Caiaphas, and so it's important that Hopkins are linkable to Quints. The Hops share the tiger with Dite's and Dwights now suspect at the Ditiones (Bosnia), and so I'd like to mention the "DITat" motto term of Scottish Chappes'/Chaips. It looks like tiger-suspect Tigranes (Opgalli's husband) traces to the Ditiones in some way. The Ditiones are the ones beside the Amyntes-suspect Amantini, and Opgalli is suspect from the family of Amyntes, conqueror of Derbe and suspect as conqueror also of lake Tatta, which may be in the "DiTAT" term. Caiaphas became suspect with Derbe. It's Amyntes' grandmother and grandfather who are the unknown parents of Severus Bassus. The Hopkins are the ones with a Coat like that of both Capone's and Camps/COMPs, which recalls the "d'acCOMPlir" motto term of Talbots.

Why does the Drake motto use "capTAT" as well as another term for the Mosco surname? It looks like Drake's were tracing themselves to the Chives > Caiaphas line in Lycaonia...which may have spurred Jesus to make a parallel between the Israeli priesthood and wolves that come to steal from the sheep.

I recall tracing Hyksos, early in my Hyksos investigations, to the Etruscans. Ever since clinching (very recent) the Ceraunii trace to the Hyksos of Patmos, I failed to see the Ceraunii mountains of Epirus, until moments ago. The Chaonians, at the Ceraunii mountains, were suggested years ago in a trace to Hyksos king Khyan, and I've maintained over the years that the Hyksos Hebrews were of Aphrodite, whom I traced between the Hebros river (near the Caeni) and Epirus and Aprutium = Abruzzo. Between AntiPATria (suspect with Patmos) and the Chaonians there are the ATINtanes who might just trace to Tinia, the chief Etruscan god, husband on Ina, suspect with the Una river. This picture would suggest a trace of these very Epirus products to the Ceraunii on the Urbanus, one major river over from the Una.

Bullis, on the Aous, may trace to the Bullis/Bullard surname (Hipps colors), first found in the same place as Hipps that can trace to the neighboring Apsus. Bullis' became suspect with Blois'.

This trace of Epirus elements to Una theater can make the BERES liners at the Telavius (Una-source area) suspect with "EPIRUS." That would help to make Presleys into Abruzzo liners. PRESleys (in Petro/PERES colors) are the ones with the "GRAPPling IRON" suspect with Berenice Agrippa, and the Irons are the ones who list "Hiram." Hiram's were from AIRAINES, and that line (kin to Arran of Scotland) may have been of the Rani, who fought a war against Quintus TITurius Sabinus, whom I'll get to further below [actually, next update]. The Rani owned mythical SvetoVIT, suspect with Vito's. We just saw the Vito annulets in the Saver Coat, able to trace to the Titus-river theater. The Petro > Titus line in Rieti was from the area of mount Sabina, and so one can start to expect a trace of the Titus river people to the Latium-Abruzzo border region. I trace the Presley Coat to the Abreu/ABRuzzo Coat so that Presleys looked like EBURovices, while Titurius also fought a war against the EBURones.

Eburones with of Belgica, a term that can trace to "Bologna," for the Boulogne home of Bouillons was at Belgica, founded by the Belli-like Bellovaci. It begs the question of whether Belgium (and the Bellino surname) was named after the line of Alexander Balas, for mainline Templars were both of the Rollo Normans and the Belgian Franks. The Rollo motto term, "passe," is suspect with VesPASIa Polla, mother of Vespasian, father of Titus. The Titus lion is in the colors of the Abreu / Presley lion.

As Berenice Agrippa is assumed from Burnum while the Bernice motto is suspect with Severus, it's notable that Amyntes traces to the Openheims share sphinx, not just with Brocuffs, but with Hipps' Amyntes may not only trace to the Amantini, but to Amantia (map below) across the Aous from Bullis. The Bullis surname shares red roundels with Orrs and Orells while ORIcum is smack beside Amantia (see Manders with roundels in colors reversed). There is indication here that Oricum was an Aurelia liner. The Aurelia's, having a Coat like that of French Blois', share white stars with Bullis', and the Bullis', first found in the same place as Crauns(!!!), are in Crone colors. The CORNucopia of the Ore's can now apply to Ceraunii liners. As Saunier's were recently noted as using a version of the Aurelia Coat, compare "SAUNier" with CHAONian."

PLUS! As Croatians/KRVati were just traced to the Ceraunii, what about the red fitchees of Orrs, shared by Cravens! Plus, the Fitchee-suspect Fitte's/Fothes use another cornucopia. I still trace "copia" to the Kupa = Colapis river because that's roughly where the motto terms of Cole's and Gore's trace while Gore's use a version of the Craun Coat. The CHAULne's (dove, possibly Cuppae liner), first found in the same place as Saunier's, had looked like COLapis liners to me. The Medullum location on the Kupa can be suspect with Mediolanum of the InsuBRES', which name I traced partly to BREScia, i.e. from the Breuci beside Medullum. Medleys and Modleys might be from Medullum. It's notable that Modens/Modeys share a fretty Shield with Cotta's, implying possibly that the Oricum liners to Aurelia Cotta got merged with Kupa-river peoples, the same merger as suggested by the cornu-copia alliance.

ORICum can now trace to RICKS/Rex's' sharing a version of the Craven Coat! To prove that neighboring Amantia was from the Amantian version of "Abantians" (Euboea), "The city [of Oricum], said to have been founded by Euboeans..." The "omnia" motto term of Orrs and others can now trace hard to OMANS, suspect with Amantia.

Aha! It's a good thing I recalled the Tints, the ones who taught me the Rex variation of Ricks, for Tints (Gore-type crosslets but in Rex crosslet colors), said to be from Wrexhall, must be from ATINTanes (!) smack beside Amantia and the Chaonians. The Tints became a topic with Tintagel (Somerset), birthplace of king Arthur from the wife of mythical GORlois, part-code for Gore's (no doubt about it). It was found that "TintaGEL" should trace to Gale's (Julians?) sharing a blue UniCORN (!) with Tints. As Somerset is beside CORNwall (where Gale's were first found), it appears that Cornwall was founded by the Ceraunii.

[During the writing of the next update, another blue unicorn was found in the Lair/Layer Crest while the Coat uses the black Julian cross. French Lairs/Liers use the same chevron as Pendragons!]

The finding of the UNIcorn with the Tints takes me back to the idea that Atintones were a line to mythical Tinia and Uni. The "COUCHant" lion of Tints is suspect with Couch's/Cawche's/Cowchers (bear in Crest), first found in the same place (Oxfordshire) as TIENS/Thames'. The Rich's ("Garde la foy" motto) are again in Gore / Craun colors, and their botany cross suggests kinship with Bidens/Buttons...said to be of Bath and Wells in Somerset. Therefore, both Ricks and Rich's can trace to Orikum. The Gale's have a motto term that might be honoring the Racks/Rake's.

The French Gris/Grix surname (Mott of Brittany) uses a Coat looking like a version of the Aurelia Coat? Gris' can trace to Oricum where Rich's/Richess' had traced well to Richeza of Lotheringia (Lorraine), for Gris-like CRISpins were from Lorraine. German Gris'/Griims use a giant star in colors reversed from the Bullis stars. Grimaldi's share a lozengy Shield with Crone's so that Gris' can trace thereby to Ceraunii.

We are hereby finding that Saulnier's/Saulnier's were a Hyksos > Ceraunii line to the Cornwall peninsula, same as Hykes/Hacks of Devon. This should explain why Scottish Hykes/Haake's/Hake's share fish and a red-on-white chevron with Sole's/Solneys. This is able to trace the Kane and Keon fish to Chaonians. As one Crone surname uses a Shield filled with lozengy, the Sole's are suspect from Schole's/Scayle's, i.e. from Skala of Patmos. The Scale's use SIX scallops, important because something on Patmos, as goes my guess, had 666 about it. Scale's were first found in the same place (Hertfordshire) as Prests, suspect with the Priestlys/Presleys now tracing to Epirus liners. Likewise first found in Hertford were the Titus', suspect with the man of 666 to our future.

Note that the Scale Crest shows feathers all in the same colors rather than in two colors as a substitute for a surname showing no Crest. The Scale description even says: "A plume of ostrich feathers." This is important because Caens use five white feathers in Crest too, and that effectively traces Caens to Chaonians. The ostrich is used by Lois' suspect in "GorLOIS." The Trabys use five white ostrich feathers in their Crest but with strings looking like 666. It looks like Trabys are tracing to Patmos. The Scale's are using scallops in the colors of the same of Happs/Abbs (same fesse as Ricks) who in-turn share lozenges (or fusils) in the colors of the Schole/Scayle lozengy.

Gorlois was a Patmos liner, wasn't he? King Arthur was the creation of the British Hyksos, wasn't he? Arthur traced to Bruttium = Calabria, where "Calabria" became suspect from mount AlBurnum (Lucania), at Hebrew-suspect Eburum. Calabria was opposite the thin waters from mythical Scylla. But one can now trace (tentatively) Arthur's mythical Avalon to Aulon smack beside Oricum:

The modern name for the city is the Albanian form Vlore or Vlora...while in the Gheg dialect it is known as Vlone...Its first name was Aulon...The medieval and modern Greek name is...av'lonas...and is the source of the Italian name Valona (also used in other languages) and of the obsolete English Avlona.

Why should this Avlona location trace to Avellino in Italy? Ask the Hirpini and the Chaonians both, who both look like wolf-loving peoples. I had read that the Alan line to royal Stewarts started taking control of Bute = Avalon as soon as they ascended the Scottish throne. It makes Alans of Dol suspect with "Aulon." The Gore's are linkable to both Alan surnames, increasing the chances that Alans trace with Arthurs to Aulon and Oricum. The Seleucids were linked to Thesprotians of Epirus, and king Alexander Balas might just have been named after Bullis. On the Thesprotians" "The poet Homer frequently mentions Thesprotia which had friendly relations with Ithaca and DOULichi. On their northeast frontier they had the Chaonians and to the north the kingdom of the Molossians."

There are allusions in the Thesprotian article to mythical Cassiopeia at Joppa, where Hebrews are expected. There is a Kassopaeoi and an Opatoi tribe, but also a Graeci tribe smacking of mythical Graeae, sisters of the Gorgons, relevant because Perseus (married the daughter of Cassiopeia) was the Gorgon slayer and meanwhile gave birth to Gorgophone. It pegs Cassiopeia, part-code for Ioppa/Joppa, as a Gorgon peoples. The Thesprotian article then takes the time to mention a grey theme of elderly Thesprotians, which may be speaking to the Graeae element that can trace to Greys and Gris' / Grims. The Graeae were three old hags, you see. But I traced Joppa elements to the Japodes from the inhabitants of Jabesh (Israel) through Abas' Abantians of Euboea, and here we just learned that Oricum was founded by Euboeans.

"Thesprotis stretched between the Ambracian Gulf in the south to the River Thyamis..." Ambracia was also called, Arta, and the Arda location on the Hebros was definitely a proto-Arthur location. The namers of the Hebros are suspect with Epirus, and the Odrysians at Arda can be suspect with the Dryopes tribe of Thesprotians. The article says that "There was a migration [of Thesprotians] to Thessaly since early Antiquity," but falls short of outright claiming that Thesprotians were partly named after Thessaly...home of Ixion. "Protian" is a term after Epirotes, the peoples of Epirus.

Apparently, Thesprotians were the Abruzzo / Sabine side of the Romans. If correct, it would make for a straight and uninterrupted line from the third beast of Daniel 7 to the fourth. Prests/Press' (Kerrick colors) use the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Savona's/Sabine's in colors reversed, and use estoiles in the colors of the Sabine scallops. The black martlet alone in the Prest/Press Crest is used by Sabine-related Pulleys, but see just a martlet in the Grime Crest. The Grime Chief uses nebuly bars, suspect with Ixion liners. There is a good chance that Grime's and Krume's trace with Thesprotians to the Ceraunii. Savone's/Safins (Somerset again) use crescents in the colors of the Krume crescents. Grime's look like they use a version of the Marland Coat, suspect in this case with the Marsi of Abruzzo.

The Titus lion is in the design (and colors) that the Brian lions once showed, and Briancon was also Brigantium, suspect with terms such as Brogitarus and BRIXia, the latter being also BREScia. I read that Eburovices were in Brescia. The Brixia version of that city, and it's blue lion (colors of the Bruce lion), suggests the Breuci on the side of Japodes.

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Barone's, who can be from Eber liners, use a "Fortuna" motto term for a trace to the Clausula river. There is a question on whether Clausula liners named the Colapis. Klassens/Clasens (Lady Fortune) were first found in the same place (Westphalia) as Dusseldorf, a surname suspect with Dawsons, first found in WestMORLAND, the same place as Bernards. The red Dawson martlet might just be the Proctor martlet. The Aide's, in the Levi motto, use the symbol of the MORLAND surname. The Aide bend was traced to the Stevenson bend that is in turn of version of the Valentin bend, and so let's repeat: "Plus, Dusters/DusterHOPs are using a bend with symbols in the colors and format of the three squirrels on the Valentin bend." It appears that Dawsons (share "lodged" stag with Hazel-branch Haslips) and Dusters were branches.

The Lodge's/Loge's (Loges in Calvados) use the same lion as Claws/Clasons (but so do many others). The Loges surname has a Lauch variation that is highly suspect with the "Luctor" motto of Glass', which has the effect of tracing Dawsons and Hazel kin to the Clausula, as expected, for I see Hazel liners naming modern Has (northern-most part of the Drilon). I see the El-Gabal sun-god cult at the Has part of the Drilon (at Gabuleum), and then the Dusters share a sun with the Hesse's (important because Dusters are suspect in the Rothschild motto) as well as sharing a white crescent with Krume's. Lodge's/Loge's (Burgundy) use the Coat of Messeys (Burgundy) in colors reversed, and the Primo surname (Burgundy) had been suspect with Messeys. This is now clinched because Primo's use a mirror while Glass' use Melusine with mirror while the mother Fulk II of Anjou had a Loches/DeLOGES surname, which explains why Jewish Glass' use the same wings (different color) as German Fulks! This is clearly the reason that Drakenberg-Vere's traced Melusine from Avalon = Bute (Glass' were first found in Buteshire) to the counts of Anjou. The Glass eagle wings (sole symbol) are white on red, the colors of the Claws/CLASon/Claxton lion (sole symbol), the Clack eagle (sole symbol), and the Fortuna talbot (sole symbol). The Clacks may explain why the Glass wings are not those of falcons as code for Fulk liners.

There is a question as to whether Tolkien's mythical Numenor traces to the Nede's/Name's and./or Nedimon. Numenor was found to be code for the island of Arran, beside Tolkien's mythical "Avallone." Arran is beside Bute, and so the Glass family can apply to Numenor. This mythical island can be suspect in Tolkien's mind as a Hiram entity (from AIRAINES) on Arran. I take the opinion that Numenor was invented as code for Newmans because they share the Raines lions, but Raines' are suspect as the namers of Renfrew, where GLASgow is located, on the highway from the Nith valley. Just trace the Clausula liners evident at the Nith theater to the namers of Glasgow, and consider the Luctor term of Glass' with Lochmaben and Locherbie. There is even a question as to whether Nottingham was named after Niths/Naughts; the latter share blue-and-white checks with Italian Fulks...and with the Stewarts of Renfrew. Rennes in Brittany is beside Dol.

The "Lord, let" motto phrase of Glasgows gets the Lauds (traced a while back to LADYs/Laudimans and therefore to Lady Fortune) with Lord variation, and the Lords/Lauds use a blue fesse that is likely in the so-called blue "band" of the Glass wings. Bands use oak leaves while Glasgows use the oak tree. As fish were on the Nith, we can ask why the Glasgow surname uses "black fish" in Chief. The LUCE's (same place as Fulke's) use fish too, as do Luciano's. Luce's are in Heron / Orne colors and said to be from Passeis of Orne, perhaps a branch of the Paisley location of Renfrew. The Paisley/Pasley surname (in Pace/Pasi colors) share's the thistle with the Gateleys, and uses a chevron in the colors of the Close chevron. The Glasgow chevron is colors reversed from the Close chevron, another reason to trace Close's to the Clausula Illyrians / Albanians.

The German-Fulk write-up: "A golden shield BEARing two black wings", which may simply be code for Wings. The Bearings/Barings (Nottinghamshire), who created a banking family, share a Shield filled with checks with Italian Fulks. The Wings, because they use billets while being first found in Perthshire, trace to Perdrix, one of the twin peaks of Mont Pilat, for the Lord/Laud fesse has the Pilate pheons. The Pilate pheon is colors reversed in the Coat of the Perthshire Celts/Colts while Scottish Colters (Lanarkshire, between Glasgow and the Nith) use another blue-on-white chevron, the colors of the Glasgow chevron. Thus, the Caepio treasure is suspect with Jewish Glass', wherefore let's repeat that "Caepionis" is suspect with "Cupionich" on the Clausula river. Colters and Colts were suspect, along with Kyle's and Cole's, from the namers of the Colapis. German Colters (version of the Fulke Coat?), in the same colors as Scottish Colters, have Goltzer/Golze variations like the Goetz variation of Jade's, but this may be coincidental.

However, modern Jader is, ZADAR, and Satters share the ermined colors of fish-using Gaters/Catters/Cathers while Colters use CATHERine wheels...owned by Catherine Roet while Roets share the oak tree with fish-using Glasgows. The white roses in the Satter Chief are in the Paisley Chief, and the Satters are said to have been STERthwayts in olden times, important because Sters/Stars can apply who can link to Sterlings sharing the Moor head with Wings. This Moor head is highly suspect with the Chappes' that apparently had a branch first found in Stirling. The "forward" motto term of Sterlings can indicate Seatons. Plus, the Stars/Sters (see Settle's) share a white-on-green chevron with Sadds/Saddingtons. These surnames are in the colors of the fish (salmon) of MacAbee's, first found on Arran! Can all of these surnames -- Satters, Catters, Seatons, Stars, Sterlings and Settle's -- all be from the namers of Zadar? Did they also name nearby Istria? This was the area settled by Colchian pirates, and the Zadar article speaks on its piracy in BC times. Colchians have been traced (by me) to northern and western Scotland, especially at Orkney suspect in the "organ pipes" of Letts, suspect in the, "Lord, let Glasgow flourish," motto of Glasgows.

Suttons (share blue lion with Saddle's/Sadleighs) were first found in Nottinghamshire, and, because they were on the Trent, can trace with Trents to the Arms of Sion, important because that city was also Sutton-like Sitten. As Suttons are said to have been lords of baron Dudley while Dudleys use the Sadleigh lion exactly, Suttons look like Sadleighs. The SadLEIR variation may trace with Leir liners to Illyrians. The Dudley / Sadleigh lion is also that of Louvains.

The "FORward" motto term of Seatons/Sittens and Sterlings might just trace to Hvar: "The name of the Liburnian settlement [of Zadar] was first mentioned by a Greek inscription from Pharos (Stari grad) on the island of Hvar in 384 BC, where the citizens of Zadar were noted as Iadasinoi." That's a Geddes-like term. Then, in the Hvar article, the place was also, For: "Hvar; local Chakavian dialect: Hvor or FOR, Greek: Pharos, Latin: Pharia, Italian: Lesina) is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, located off the Dalmatian coast, lying between the islands of Brac, Vis and Korcula." The Vise surname is the one with a stag head reflective of the Celt/Colt stag head. As the latter trace to Mont Pilat, at/beside the Forez mountain (Burgundy), by what coincidence are French Fore's listed with Forez's? Scottish Fore's could be using the three black fleur-de-lys of the June's (same place as Capone's), traceable to the Una river, very near Jader/Zadar. This is bringing the Junia Caepionis' back to topic.

Why Lesina? The Lazi of Lazona? Was the dragon linking to proto-Pharisees? Lessons (Northampton) are in colors of the Fairs/Phares' and Farrs (suspect with Melusine). Why are Farrs traced to "lusty." The Lesson sun is partly obscured, as with that sun of Drigs / Triggs who share the Morgan lion. There is a cloud over the Lesson-Crest sun. However, the sun here may be for the idea of, Le Sun, perhaps a branch of Soans/Soams (Lesina colors) and Sions/Some's (falconer's gloves) rather than a Lesina line. On the other hand, Laus elements are about to trace well to LAUSanne, near Sion. As you will see, Lausanne connects feasibly to Morgan le Fay. Lausanne is at Geneva while the Lusts/Lustichs, suspect with the Farr write-up, use the white wings of the Geneva/Genova surname. It makes Lusts suspect with Lausanne. [See the Lusts first thing in the next update's bloodline continuation.]

Soans/Soams use a "falcon standing on a lure," suggesting that the Lesina cloud is for McLeods/Clouds, and that bit does trace to Illyrians. The Soans/Soams use mallets, and Mallets trace below with little doubt to Melita, not far from Pharia. But the sharing of the falcon theme by Soams and Some's traces Lessons to Sion i.e. near Lausanne.

Morgan le Fey can be suspect with Melusine of Avalon, and so note the MeLUSINES peoples of LUSignan. This makes "MeluSINE" suspect as a myth term partly in honor of the Sine's listed with Sions/Some's. As Melusine's mother was Pressina and similar terms, it makes the white Chief of Press'/Prests suspect with the white chief of Lessons. Note that Soans/Soams are traced to LUTTingus (at Soham), like the Lutt variation of McLeods.

The Fore/Forez fesse is colors reversed to the same of Geddy's/Gideons (Sutton colors), and the Gideons use what could be the Brock lion, for Brac above is also "Broc" (name of a location in Anjou). Brac is on the old map as Brattia, beside Pharia (also shown). Brattia is directly off the coast from the mouth of the Tilurius river, and then the Tillys are the ones with the wyvern dragon tracing to the Varni, and for that matter it's important that these islands are off the coast of the Naro/Neretva theater suspect with the Varni goddess.

As LADESta (Lord/Laud / Lady bloodline?) is an island beside Corcyra (same as the Korcula above), note that Ladds/Ladons use a fesse in colors reversed to the Brack fesse. The latter has the black Carrick talbot, and these islands are not far from Saraca's of Ragusa further south. Ragusa is where we find "Asamum" (old map), which has me wondering where it was an Asca term at one point, for the Asks/Askeys use the same fesse as Bracks. And it reminds of the same fesse, colors and format used by Tillers/Tillieres'!!! The latter are the ones with the same crescents as Seatons. The Asks/Askeys were first found in Cumberland, same as Bernice's and Burns!!! This recalls that Bernice's and the Arms of Saraca share a blue-on-gold fesse. Plus, Asks and many similar surnames are listed as septs of McLeods along with Lure's and other Illyrian suspects. The Ask / Tiller / Brack fesses are gold, as with the fesse of the McLeod sept of Herods/Heraults (hawk's lure).

Wikipedia's article on Illyrian languages traces "Asamum" to "ak-mo." But that looks like "AKMonia" to me. Asks use the donkey suspect with Asinius Laevillus, grandson of Quadratus Bassus, whose father in-turn is the only person I know of from Akmonia. Therefore, Asinius looks named after Akmonia elements connecting to Asamum. This brings the "Summum" motto term of Teague's to bear, for Teague's traced to this very line.

Ragusa was also, DUBRovnic. Wikipedia is completely out-to-lunch on the derivation of "Ragusa." Historians traced it to "oak grove," and so some heraldic oaks can apply, such as the one in the Glasgow Coat, for DOBER is a city on the Clausula a couple of miles from Cupionich! That is a great way to trace the Glasgow fish to the Saraca fish! Zinger. The oak is used also by Hoseys/Oswells, and then the Oswell Coat shares red-and-white barry with the Arms of Ragusa! That indicates to me that oak liners were at AKmonia-suspect ASamum i.e. where OSwells can trace. The Ackmans use the oak theme, and i traced them to the Liebers (LiBURNians?) sharing a fesse in the colors of the Hosey/Oswell fesse bars. I think I get it. I'm even prepared to trace Has / Hazel liners to Asamum based on the House-look of "Hosey." Note the Hose-like variations of Assi's.

I've been wondering whether "Laus" and "CLAUSULa)" are the same entity. Clauds/Cloux's/CLAUSELs use the oak theme.

It just so happens that the Oswell barry is exactly the six bars of Leavells but with silver instead of gold. The OsBURNs (same place as Mynetts), with a white tiger (same as Hobs/Habs now traceable with Happs/Abbs to Apsorus / Absyrtus) can trace with the Bernice motto to Severus Bassus at Akmonia, where Amyntes may have lived too. The mirror-using Sire's/Sirets are suddenly suspect with AbSYRTus elements.

By the way, to help prove my trace of Shawia Numidians to the Maezaei area of Illyrium, the Wikipedia article on Illyrian languages engaged a Zanatis term, like the Zanata area of the Shawia that traces to "Thanet," where Massins/Masons (and Osburns) were first found. At one point, the Wikipedia article on the Shawia uses "Zenetes," but removed it. The article above: "Even the name Gentius or Genthius does not help to solve the problem since we have two Illyrian forms Genthius and Zanatis." The Ghents were first found in the same place as Massins.

As Ragusa was also "Laus(a)," it's notable that the Arbuthnotts, in familiar colors, and first found in the same place as Laus-like Leslie's, use a "laus" motto term. The Arbuthnott stars are those of Moray, and I have seen a Moray Coat sharing fetterlocks with Mabens. ArBUThnotts (Krume crescent?) are part suspect with Bute liners, and can thereby link to Glass'. Bute traces to Butua/Budva (on old map) smack beside Kotor. The "nott" part might trace to Niths/Naughts. The Arbuthnott Crest shares the peacock with the Crest of Manners/Maness' (kin of "Laus"using Manders) while the Manner/Maness motto is identical to the one of Suttons, first found in NOTTinghamshire. The Mens (Manner branch) trace to Kincardineshire, where Arbuthnotts (Este colors) were first found.

The Bars of Este were traced to Bar, near Butua, because the black Bute horse head was showing in the Este Crest. It now shows a full black horse, the symbol in the Arms of Zadar. It's not a bad reason to trace the namers of Jader to "Kotor."

If Zadar liners under discussion had anything to so with naming Sadducees, then Hvar/Pharia/For (in the Seaton motto) becomes suspect with "Pharisee." The name of the Zadar peoples, "IADASinoi, can alter to a SADUS-like term with the Iader/Jader change to "Zadar." The article says that "Jader" is pronounced like "Zadar." Let's repeat that while Saddocks are using the Chaddock / Chadwick escutcheon, the Geddes use an escutcheon in the colors of the same of Chaddocks / Chadwicks. And Brocuffs share the potent cross of Chads! This is effectively tracing Brocks and Procks/Brocuffs to Brac/Brattia, but then let's add that the Shield-and-Chief color combination of Brocks and Brocuffs is used by Cutters (dragons) now suspect with Jader liners. Bratts (Brock-Shield colors) share a red lion with Brocks.

Recall the Colchian dragon that protected the golden fleece, for Media at that place was a Keturah liner with little question, the same the Keturah > Medan line that went to the Kodros > Medon line and later to Kotor, first home of Saraca's. The Colchian dragon, identified by Greeks as the Ares dragon, or the Ogyges entity around Athens / Boiotia that Cadmus killed, was identified by me as the Lazi Colchians as they were also the Ladon dragon, and so these Lazi, from Lazona, may have named Ladesta. Ogyges was in Acte, traced to Actons that are honored by the Croatian Cravens, and the Colchian islands are in Croatia. Cadmus married Ares' daughter, part of the Ladon dragon, we may assume. In myth, the couple slithered away as snakes into Illyrium, but, I read, Cadmus was changed into a fish at his Illyrian base of Butua, and that change can only be due to the Athenian fish of Kodros tracing to Kotor. So, why do Cutters use dragons? Bar, not on the old map, is where you read, Scodra. The Clausula is not on that map, but is on this map:

Now look at this and bear with some repetition. The Ladon dragon can be suspect from the seven-headed Lotan dragon, in Seir-like Syria, and therefore traceable to Biblical Lotan, whose Seir-ian sister (Timna) married ELIPHAS, son of Esau. I had traced Timna to the Time's/Timms because the fetterlock-using Morays had a "DEUM TIME" motto while Time's/Timms were first found in the same place as "Dum"-using Massins, suspect along with DUMfries with Edomite liners. Massins trace to the Edomite Herods, but there is a new topic at hand in the ELAPHITI islands off the cost of Ragusa! These islands were found immediately AFTER writing on Arbuthnotts, whom, you can read, were associated with the Oliphant surname! One of the Elaphiti islands is Olipa.

The Massin motto in full appears to honor Spears (same place as Glasgow and Paisley), whose spears trace with little doubt to Paisley-suspect Pasi's. The latter's Pascel variation is suspect with the Passe/Pascal surname (Kilpatrick lion?) honored in the "passe" motto term of Rollo's, yet the Rollo motto also uses "par tout," and "tout" is uses by Oliphants because they and Touts (and Masseys/Masse's) share the same crescent. As Manners use "PARvenir," it could be tentatively traced with Rollo's to Pharia. The Rollo boar can even trace to the Kodros boar symbol. The Fore's/Forez's use "Tout travers," while June-suspect Scottish Fore's/Forres' were first found in Moray i.e. same place as where the Arbuthnott stars trace.

We thereby have the Crusaders of the Rollo kind, and the proto-Freemasons of Massins, tracing to the Elaphiti islands, and so note the Crusader on the black horse of Zadar, for the black horse is now suspect, along with Arbuthnotts, with the Butua / Kotor theater. Ares > Cadmus liners of that theater use a white horse naturally, but a black horse could develop from the Naro river. The Stout vikings of Orkney / Shetland not only used a black raven symbol still on the Arms of Shetland, but Stouts were suspect with Stuttgart which uses the same black horse as the Ferrari-car logo. Proto-Ferrari's are now suspect with Pharia, wherefore "Shet(land)" can thus trace to variations suspect with "Zadar." The Assi's, in colors reversed from Asners, and first found in Shetland, may be from Asamum, in which case I would consider a trace of Asinius Laevillus = Proculus to the namers of Asamum. These ass-like terms recalls the donkeys of the Ask/Askey Coat. I suppose Asamum can be suspect with whatever mythical Aeson / Iason represented. Incidentally, "Zadar" can be suspect with "Scodra."

If the "nott" part of Arbuthnotts is from the Niths/Naughts, then lets recall the reason that Zadar was suspect in the first place with Geddes: because ancient Jader was beside NEDimon, suspect with the namers of the Nith.

The first Sutton on record, according to the write-up of Suttons ("parvenir" motto term), was Roland, son of Hervey, who married Lexington. By now you may know that Lex liners can trace to proto-Sadducee suspect at lake LychNIDus, but now under investigation for a trace to Nedimon. Lychnidus is between the Dexaroi and Penestae, and Dexaroi trace to the Ticino part of southern Switzerland, where Lex's (botany cross) were first found. Harveys are Gareb / Rephaite liners on the Arve river (southern Switzerland), and Og of the Rephaites was traced to "OGYGes." One can half-expect the Lotan line from Eliphas in cahoots with Rephaites. It just so happens that the English Roland surname (Knight bars?) was first found in the same place (Bedfordshire) as Luton. The Roland symbols compare with Muscamps, the latter highly suspect with Sturs that can trace with Ster liners to Zadar.

The Arve river flows to the southern part of lake Geneva while the Lex surname was first found in Vaud on the northern shores of Geneva. Vaud is where we find LAUSanne, very Ragusa-interesting. There is a Vevey location near Lausanne, and right beside Lausanne, a Pully location. Note how close Vardaei is to Ragusa. As GENeva is suspect with GHENTs of Genova, it's notable that John of Gaunt/Ghent of Candale was part of the KENdels that share dolphins with KENNedys of TIPPERary as well as with the Tippers, first found in the same place (Cornwall) as Vivians/Veys (strike me definitely as Vevey liners) that trace to mythical Morgan le Fey of Avalon, who traces well with Morgans to Morges in Switzerland's Vaud. If the Vauds were Bauds, they may even be of the namers of Bute, in which case the namers of Vaud can trace to Butua, smack beside Kotor i.e. where Ragusa's were initially! That works. The Geneva/Genova wings are in the colors of the Saraca fish, the Baud/Baut ram, and the Foix bend (pointed out as per Foix-Candale). If the candles of Kyle's apply, it's notable that the Kyle location is on-shore from Bute.

Saraca's were likely Saracens from Sicily's Ragusa. The Guiscards of Sicily had formed an alliance with the Saracen leaders, Samsam and Timnah, and that's how Samsons can trace back to Biblical Samson, and to Timna of Seir. However, I don't know how Samsam and Timnah could possibly have known of their trace back to the ancient entity.

I decided not to mention the Lexington cross earlier, even though it is the same cross style used by Jansens suspect with Janszoon, the Dutch leader of an organized crime ring, of the piracy kind, in Morocco. I had been investigating whether Janszoon was from Idris of Morocco, who married Ghent-suspect Kenza. Janszoon traced to the Spinks (share the black Carrick talbot), while Kenza became suspect with Quince's, first found in the same place. Both the Quince's and Spinks share the mascle with the Lex's of Vaud. I feel that the Colchian > Illyrian pirates are all over this topic, and trace to some Nordic pirates, for Albanians have even traced to Scottish Alba. Pirates steal and then flee, and they keep fleeing, from shore to shore, and can make it from Illyria to Scotland in not many decades by such a lifestyle.

The Janson cross type, rare in my hunts, is one that was given to the Samsons a few years back, after Samsons and Eatons both showed the same cross design (no longer showing with Eatons either). At that time, one of the Janson surnames showed the cross type that Samsons and Eatons had once shown; none of the Janson Coats show it now. All I did was mention that the cross looked like double-headed axes in saltire formation for a trace to Cretans, but, later, the Cretan axe traced to an essenes honey cult at Ephesus, a city founded mythically by a son of Kodros.

As Edens share the black scallops of Ladds/Ladons, Eaton liners (Patmos liners) can be traced to kinship with Ladesta liners i.e. Colchians from Lotan of Seir. But Eatons are suspect from Aedon of Boiotia, where Cadmus killed the Ares dragon, and Aedon must have been a version of Athena. Therefore, Eatons trace to Kodros circles, we may assume. The point is, after deciding not to mention the Lexington cross type, which leads to what you just read, another such cross popped up with the Melton Coat while seeking surnames from Melita, in the Elaphiti-island zone north-west of Ragusa! Melita is beside Ladesta, you see, and it strikes me as being from mythical Melia, the Boiotian honey goddess (Butua is itself suspect with the Cadmus Boiotians), and very linkable to the essenes honey cult because Aedon's father (Pandareus) was from Ephesus. Keturah is all over this, but if Aedon was also Aeson, father-in-law of the Medea Colchian, then this picture becomes suspect with ASINius Laevillus.

The Millets, looked up as per yet another Melita suspect, use the Bus cinquefoil, apparently, and Bus liners can trace to Bozrah, Esau's capital, expected to be Timna's home (the Biblical Samson's unidentified wife was in Timnah not far from Modi'in). The Samson scallops are shared by the Flags/Flecks and the Brittany Leirs/Liers. The Flags/Flecks evident in the Samson motto are honored in the flag of Leir-related McLeods. Aflecks are suspect with a version of the pirate saltire used also by Sinclairs.

French Millets: Burgundy, where MELusine-suspect Primo's were first found. Melita may be of Miletus, mythically founded by Cretans of the Sarpedon kind. I traced SARPedon (may be read as SarpEDON too) to Sorbs of Lusatia/Luzica (Lazi Colchians related to Ladesta?), part of the Melusine line out of Lusignan, and Sorbs founded Serbs, Croatian kin. The mirror of Melusine (in the Primo Coat) is code for Mire's/Mirreux's, first found in the same place (Anjou) as Broc now tracing to Brac/Broc/Brattia. German Bratts (Fer/Ferrat colors) share the giant anchor with Fairs/Phares' (same place as Bernice's) now suspect from Pharia.

The Miltons, not looked up until now, happen to use the gold spread-eagle of Lutons, but perhaps on the Gate / Cage Shield. Cage's can trace to Illyrians because Teague's, a McLeod sept, are also "Caige." While the McLeod surname itself was traced with its Lutt variation to the Aluta river in the Carpathians i.e. nowhere near an ocean shore, the mythical Charops line from the Carpathians was traced solidly to mythical Charybdis, opposite Scylla, where the Samson / Flag/Flack scallops trace. Charybdis is suspect with the Reggio area of Calabria, directly opposite the thin strait from the city of Messina.

The Elaphiti article says that the place was the Greek name for a deer, but I reject this derivation as just another bad fantasy of our beloved historians. However, it can result in some Elaphiti-rooted surnames using the deer (no antlers). Jansons use a "hind" (no antlers) in Crest, for example, and we just saw the Janson-type cross ("patonce") with Meltons! While Melita is not apparently part of the Elaphiti islands, it's right beside them. The Mallets use "A silver deer's head ducally gorged, gold"! Hinds use lozenges, code for liners out of Losinj/LUSIN, part of the Colchian settlement under discussion, and perhaps related to "Laus" and/or Lesina = Pharia. Losinj and "lozenge" really strike me as a Lazona line. The Sarpedon Cretans were from mythical Pasiphas, suspect with Phasis/Poti of Colchis. Note how Potters crop up below, and recall the Porters/Pawters suspect from the Caiaphas line. Losinj is the long island immediately south of "APSorus" on the old map). It's not far north of Jader. Apsorus (see mythical Absyrtus, brother of Medea) was a Colchian entity.

Note that Happs/Epps/Abbs share the same fesse as Cravens, making Habsburgs suspect with Apsorus. But then the Cape's use the white scallops in both colors of the Happs scallops. Repeat: "The Scale's are using scallops in the colors of the same of Happs/Abs (same fesse as Ricks) who in-turn share lozenges (or fusils) in the colors of the Schole/Scayle lozengy." For what it could be worth, the Habsburg/Hapsburg Coat (houseofnames) shares the same lion as Claus', wherefore, if Losinj/Lusin is related to Laus/Ragusa, now somewhat suspect with "Clausula," Apsorus liners are expected to link to something out of Ragusa.

The gorged feature of Mallets and others is now understood as a Patmos liner, explaining the Mallet scallops (Skala liners). The "force" motto term of Mallets reminds of what I was about to say momentarily: the Janson quarters are likely the Fort quarters because Sforza's use a quince while Quince's were first found in the same place as Jansons. As Sforza's received VISconti titles, might Visconti's trace to Vis at Brattia and Pharia? Isn't "Pharia" suspect with "Pharisee" along with "Perusia," where Ottone's were first found?

I kid you not that the Rinds (same scallops as Mallets) were looked at mere minutes before loading Mallets, for I was eyeing FRAGURium (old map) near the Brattia shore. The term looks like "FRAGURium," which brought the "fragrantior" motto term of Rinds (Bernard liners?) to mind. I usually look Rinds up as per the heraldic "mill rind" of Miller liners...who could be Miletus / Melita liners, right? Rinds use gillie flowers in a flower pot. Flowers and Potters share the same cinquefoils, white like those of Millets and Bus'. Gillie's/Guille's, first found in Lotan-like Lothian, are Clan Chattan members, kin of Potter-suspect Botters. Why does the Lothian surname use a talbot as well as that black hunting horn with gold stripes?

The Bus / Hamelton cinquefoil is used in the Arms of Leicestershire along with the Tony/Toeni / Hasting sleeve, and that sleeve appears in the Crest of Phars/Farrs (Vere / Fair colors). Once can entertain a trace to Pharia, beside Vere-suspect Broc/Brac, for the Vere's of Oxford trace themselves to Anjou with Melusine, and it's safe to say that the Oxford lion is that of Brocks (same place as Vere's). However, the Oxford bars are suspect with the Stout bars. As the Stuttgart horse is coming back to mind, let's also mention the white-on-green horses (these colors traced to Zadar) of Freys/PHREEZe's, making Frisians suspect from Pharia liners too. It looks like everything Varni traces to Brac/Broc and it's mainland shores, but also up the Naro. Brocks are said to have land in Colchester, formerly CAMULOdunum suspect with HAMELton liners.

One can now ask whether the "vulNERE" motto term of Brocks and Stewarts traces to the proto-Nerthus cult on the Naro. Apparently, the answer is a resounding, yes, and that makes Fulk Nerra of Anjou suspect from that nasty thing. Fulk V was placed upon the throne of Templar Jerusalem, which is much more nasty yet, all the reason for Freemasons and Rosicrucians to whitewash their history.

The so-called Republic of Ragusa stretched as far north as Corcyra (but not including it), part of an island group off the Tilurius river, which reminds of the Cork/Core lion tails in the colors of the Tailer lions.

When first discovering Fulk's mother (this past February) of the Loges bloodline, the three green-on-white cinquefoils of Loches/DeLoges' (Burgundy, same as Loges') were linked to the three, same-colored roses of Primo's (Burgundy). Both surnames were first found in the same place as the related Chalons who are using the bend that Fez's use with a FOX. This tends to guarantee that Chalons were the Faux's/Chaulne's, first found in the same place (Perigord) as "CHAULNe"-suspect SAULNier's/Saunier's. The mother of Avelina de Crepon (born 974) was from rulers of Chalon, and Avelina's father was Herbastus of Crepon, son of Fulk II. Avelina became suspect with the mythical-Avalon term for good reason; just trace her to the Melusine in the Crest of the Buteshire Glass', which doesn't conflict necessarily with a trace of Melissena Rangabe to the same Crest, for Melissena (a Khazar) is suspect with Cohens that share the Fulk checks.

Might Avelina trace to Aulon = Avlona? Compare "Chalon" to "Aulon." It looks like a match. And Aulon is smack beside Oricum, where Aurelia's traced that use a version of the Saunier Coat!

I trace "Avalon" to Avellino in CAMPania, where I trace Camps (griffins, suspect with the Crepon name) that are using a version of the Welsh Chalon Coat. How about that. Instead of Gareb-suspect griffins, the Chalons use CHERUBim, suspect with "GAREB" along with "CREP." This makes heraldic cherubs, shared by Tacks (GARBs), suspect as code for Crepons. With Tacks now in the picture, let's repeat from above: "The Hopkins are the ones with a Coat like that of both Capone's and Camps/COMPs, which recalls the "d'acCOMPlir" motto term of Talbots." That can be read a "D'ACcomplir" too. The Crispin barry is in the colors of the same in the Arms of Ragusa, though other Croatian locations use them. It looks like "CREPon" traces to KRVati," which can explain why Crispins/Crepons use red-and-white fesse bars, the colors of the CRAVen fesse.

As the Tack arrow (in the colors of the Primo roses) is also the arrow of Scottish Adams/Caws, likely from Adam Kilconquhar, husband of Marjory Carrick, note that Carricks descend from squirrel-using Gilberts, for Tacks thus become suspect with squirrel-using Decks/Daggers.

I've just tried looking up Salons seeking Chalon kin, but spelled it incorrectly as "Solon," which found a version of the Sullivan Coat (both share a stag similar with that of Plante's/Plantagenets). The Solon Crest can trace to Coronis elements suspect around Salviae: "On a ducal CORONet gold a robin red breast holding in the BEAK a SPRIG of laurel all PROPER." The Beaks share the ostrich with Propers/ROBINS. The sprig (see Brooms) was a symbol of Geoffrey Fulk PlantaGENET (of the Anjou Fulks), whose surname may be suspect with KENNEDys, first found in the same place as Sullivans. The Solon Coat uses a "dexter hand."

Laurel was a symbol of Daphne, the likely namer of Dauphine, and suspect with the Dives'/Diens using the wing of a white eagle, as with Jewish Glass'. Lorraine's use the white eagle in the colors of the Glass eagle wings. The Lorraine eagle's are very likely the Piast eagle because of Richeza of Lorraine's marriage to Mieszko II, and if correct that her name traces to the Rich's/Richess', then I suppose that she can also trace with Ricks/Rex's to Oricus, where the Orrs traced along with Julius Caesar's mother. The Orrs happen to have been found in the same place (Renfrewshire as Glasgow).

However, there is a Laurel/Lauer surname said to be from rulers of Toulouse and Nimes. The latter is in the GARD part of southern France (not far from Gellone), and the Gard Chief is in the colors of the Ghent Chief. John of Gaunt in Candale (origin of the Kendals) was suspect with the Caepio treasure (Toulouse), and Candale is suspect with the candle's of Chalon-like Kyle's, COLAPis liners. Gards use a version of the Coat of Pulley with a "CULPA" motto term, and Gards just traced to VARNi-based Vardaei, beside Pelva (!) and not far from Salviae! I'm now asking whether Tilurius elements at / around Pelva and Salviae named Toulouse, for they say that William Gellone of Toulouse was the father of GUERIN (of Provence, Dauphine theater) while Tillys use a WyVERN. Reminder: Gards share the motto term of Yonge's who in-turn trace to the Una river.

Lookie. The red-on-gold crescents of Tillers/Tillieres' are in the colors of the Gellone fleur-de-lys, and the Tiller/Tillieres lion is in the same color and position as the Tool lion. That's not a bad trace, and I even traced Gellone's ancestry to Idris of Morocco, whose family ruled from Fez!!! Zowie, what a shock.

The Toulouse treasure was stolen by Quintus Caepio from proto-Galatians highly suspect with the Brogitarus Trocmii. I've been tracing Quintus' Caepionis surname to Cupionich...on the Clausula!!! Zowie, another electrocution. Tools even share the black boar with Sullivans, but let's add that while Porci's use the same bend as Fez's / Chalons, Porcia's use another black boar. Eustace's, first found in the same place (Kildare) as Tools, and using a "PerSEQUERis" (SEVERUS liners?) motto term suspect with Seconds/Segurs, use the Plante stag. Fez' were first found in the same place (Auvergne, near Toulouse) as Eustace-related Bouillons.

I don't recall seeing "Severus" in that motto term. It tends to trace Eustace's and Seconds/Segurs together to the Sakarya river, home of Brogitarus. But this Brogitarus was supported by Publius Pulcher (suspect with the Pulley pelican), who's in an article online where his mother is proposed, by most historians who venture an opinion, to be a Servilia, daughter of Quintus Caepio the elder i.e. the one who stole the treasure from Rome (he was brought to court by the Romans, which effectively made it impossible for him to spend much money for his personal, visible estate). Julius Caesar then came along in the next generation and got into bed with Servilia Caepionis, daughter of Quintus Caepio the younger. Hello? We are not ninnies. This is a good reason to suspect that the Second surname is from Junia Secunda, feasibly a product of Caesar with Servilia. It's very interesting that this has cropped up with a discussion on the Primo's.

The green snake is in the Sullivan and Solon Coats; both surnames are identical branches and now suspect with Mr. Sauniere at Rennes-le-Chateau's money mystery. The green snake like that of Sullivans (coiled around a sword, much like the Kyle snake around an anchor) is used by Days/Dea's who traced well to Daesitiates, but then Dee's are the ones suspect with the Second/Segur lion. Daesitiates were in the Fosse theater that traces to fox-liners such as Fez'. The Ditiones were smack at Fossae, land of the Amantini (Amyntes' ancestry?), which recalls the solid and fundamental trace of Ghents / Gaunts to the Fieschi Ligurians at Genoa, where Fessy-beloved Segni's/Segurana's were first found. Dite's / Dwights, lest you've forgotten, suspect with Ditiones, use the tiger.

Cales' ("conFIDO"), suspect with the whale of Dols that are in-turn using the wavy fesse of Dutch Ghents, share the coiled snake around an anchor with Kyle's (Glass stars). It's a good argument for tracing Kyle's to the Clausula. The Sodans/SOWdans (beside the Roets) use the wavy Dol fesse in colors reversed, and they might be of the Swine line (Hugh Swynford) that married Catherine Roet, whose other husband was John of Gaunt. The Roet article tells that her Catherine wheels were adopted by Thomas Chaucer. suspect with Chalkers in a trace to Syrian Chalcis, home of Berenice Agrippa. Some peoples of Grecian Chalcis were called, Abantians and AMANTi(and), suspect with the Amantini. Swynfords (black boar) were first found in the same place (Herefordshire) as Clacks (share ermined eagle with Ghents), suspect with Claws/Clasons/Claxtons who happen to use the same lion as Beauforts, the latter a known line of Roets.

Calins (share gold griffin with Camps), looked up as per Fez- and Saunier-suspect Chalons, are using the red-on-gold bend of Lorraine's (share laurel with the Solon Crest) and thus link excellently to Chalons, for Crispins/Crepons were first found in Lorraine. Salons/Salemans (with the 'a') share eagles on a bend with Lorraine's, and they are the eagle's of Ghents suspect with "PlantaGENET." The red bends in this paragraph are colors revered from the Chalon / Fez bends. See also the red bend of Gonns/Kohns/GUENETs. "Plant" may trace to Blanda of ancient Lucania, beside Laus.

The Ghent Crest happens to share a white-ermined spread eagle with Clacks, suspect with Claws/Clasons/Claxtons (lion in the colors of the Tool lion). Solons remind me of Sole's/Sullys (Derbyshire) with a Solney variation like the Saulnier variation of Saunier's. As Sole's are said to be from near Avranches (near Hauteville), they are possibly using the Hawthorne / Tancred chevron.

In the recent Hauteville revelation (last update), where they were discovered as House / Hazel liners, I neglected to mention the Haws/Hause's sharing red cinquefoils with HAWthorns, and suspect with the Tankerville cinquefoils. That explains how Hawthorns can be Hauteville liners. The Tankerville's use the cinquefoil in the colors of the Bus / Millet cinquefoil, making Hauteville's traceable to Bozrah, and indeed the red cinquefoil is an apt color for Edomites. The House's / Hause's might even be from "Esau," in which case he can trace to Asamum (beside the Elaphiti islands) and Akmonia. That works, and it makes the oak tree of Hawthorns suspect with the oak theme of Ragusa / Asamum / Akmonia. It makes the Hawthorn chevron suspect with the Arms of Carrick (because Carricks trace to Saraca's). And it also makes Hasmoneans into an Esau line, fancy that. Just read again on the donkey-using ASks and say, hee-haw, it's Esau. Remember, the Asks can be using a version of the Ladd/Ladon Shield. The latter can trace, not just the Ladesta, but to Ad Ladios on the Urbanus, near Salviae.

The Asks are also "AsCOUGH" while the Haws/Hause's are also "Haugh." Coughs happen to use a "tamen idem" motto phrase, which can be for one or two Timna-based surnames. Note how "idem" is like "Edom." Coughs use the Sale bend as a dancette, while German Damens use a red dancette. Same-colored Dutch Damens use the Jung/Young stag design, and Yonge's are a branch of June's while the latter show the Sale / Cough fleur in colors reversed. Durants, from the Durance river of the Salyes, use the same fleur colors and another dancette, and Scottish Durants are using a version of the Coat of Bernice's / Burns, first found in the same place as Asks. That place, Cumberland, is suspect with Umbria, where almost the Turano and Salto rivers flow. Houghs/Huffs (same bend as Coughs) are said to be from Hose locations, a term that became suspect with Oswells and Asamum. The "Summum"-using Teague's use "opTEM."

The rest of this update will be at the start and end of next one.


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