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<p align= justify>The terms '''Karno-Ruthenian Prince''' or '''Karno-Ruthenian Princess''' are often used to refer to members of [[Karno-Ruthenian Nobility|royalty]] that are from [[Karnia-Ruthenia]]. There are several princely titles granted by the [[Karno-Ruthenian Monarchy|Sovereign]] of [[Karnia-Ruthenia]] apart of the ones of the [[House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha|imperial family]], in use since the foundation of [[Ruthenia|Kingdom of Ruthenia]] in 2014.
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<p align= justify>The terms '''Karno-Ruthenian Prince''' or '''Karno-Ruthenian Princess''' are often used to refer to members of [[Karno-Ruthenian Nobility|royalty]] that are from [[Karnia-Ruthenia]]. There are several princely titles granted by the [[Karno-Ruthenian Monarchy|Sovereign]] of [[Karnia-Ruthenia]] apart of the ones of the [[House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha|imperial family]], in use since the foundation of [[Ruthenia|Kingdom of Ruthenia]] in 2014. Considered part of the Higher Nobility, Princes in Karnia-Ruthenia are able to use the suffixes “von”, “zu” or “von und zu” and are styled “Serene Highness”.

Latest revision as of 13:53, 23 July 2019

Coronet of a prince.

The terms Karno-Ruthenian Prince or Karno-Ruthenian Princess are often used to refer to members of royalty that are from Karnia-Ruthenia. There are several princely titles granted by the Sovereign of Karnia-Ruthenia apart of the ones of the imperial family, in use since the foundation of Kingdom of Ruthenia in 2014. Considered part of the Higher Nobility, Princes in Karnia-Ruthenia are able to use the suffixes “von”, “zu” or “von und zu” and are styled “Serene Highness”.