The goal of the Trimaris College of Scribes is to produce beautiful pieces of scribal artwork to award those found worthy by the Crown, foster the talents of our artisans, and promote the medieval scribal arts through continued study and education.
At current, the College has over fifty active scribes located in various
groups around the Kingdom of Trimaris. Membership within the College requires no quotas to upkeep, and is primarily used to track the number of pieces turned in by various scribes for use in our manycontests and for other forms of recognition.
Our artists produce fine pieces of artwork for use in Royal Court. These hand drawn, illuminated, and calligraphed pages represent an extraordinary gift of time and skill. Each award given by the Royaltyof Trimaris has been individually created by our talented scribes who work singularly or in teams to produce each page.
Our source materials include illuminated books of hours, secular medieval books, writs, and other written documents of the middle ages ranging in complexity from the carpet pages of the Book of Kells to simple land grants from the Elizabethan era. Using medieval accounts and modern scholarly works, the Trimaris College of Scribes works to connect its artisans with the arts of the middle ages, create modern works that reflect these medieval arts, and spread this information so that it will not be lost.