And walking into the room, the women gasped in wonder; for there was set upon the
tables of the hall, soft white linens, finely brocaded; and there was set at each
place the finest in gold and porcelain plates with golden utensils resting beside
each plate; and upon each of these things was there found the Coat of Arms to the
House of Kronus.
Summary: The House of Kronus represented the gardens and palace of Kronus Maximillius.
Located outside the perimeter of the capital city of Trajenium (present-day Baltimore,
Maryland), the 800-acre estate was given to Kronus by the Emperor (3:18:15-62; 3:20:1-2).
Kronus designed a Coat of Arms to signify his House, which bore the design of a shield
which presented a serpent on one side, and a dove carrying a lightning bolt on the
The House of Kronus was unique in that it was forbidden to harm any of the women
on his property, neither were any dogs of war permitted on the grounds of the estate.
The guards of the House of Kronus were only allowed to patrol between the outer and
inner walls of the property (3:20:3-6). The grounds within the inner walls were filled
with beautiful gardens and orchards of all kinds (3:20:7-11).
Kronus created within the inner walls his estate a school for women, which school
was at first operated in secret, but later became a template for women’s schools
throughout the empire (3:19:7-53; 3:20:7-61).