3: Hallerna Stjǫrnukona and Sneferu sa Djedi mewetif Merit -Resub Household Name
OSCAR thinks the name (Hallerna Stjǫrnukona) is registered as Hallerna Stjornukona in October of 2014, via Artemisia.
OSCAR finds the name (Sneferu sa Djedi mewetif Merit) registered exactly as it appears in February of 2016, via Artemisia.
Academe - This Greek term was applied to the school founded by Plato after his death in 348 BC. This term continued in use by Plato's Academy until 529 AD when it was shut down by the emperor Justinian.
Djedi - Egyptian given name documented as part of the name Pȝ-šr-n-ddy in the demotic text Studi classici e orientali (SCO) 27 (1977), p. 14-15 no. 1 which is dated to 138 BC.
Patern - Given name + designator is how we commonly refer to Plato's Academy. This pattern continued into medieval times and is still in use today.
Previous Return information:
"Hallerna Stjǫrnukona and Einarr inn kristni Hákonsson. Household name Golden Flourish House.
This household name is returned because the pattern of metal + Flourish could not be found in period. Commenters were unable to document Flourish as a plausible heraldic charge, although it is a period term for a blossom or group of flowers on a fruit tree. However, it is unlikely that we would have found this term in blazonry, as opposed to a specific type of flower like a rose.
We could document Golden as a late period English surname that can be used as a given name, but we could not document Flourish as a plausible byname in period. Therefore, we could not use the pattern of a household named after a person's full name as an alternative, and are unable to register this household name."