The Goëtzër monarchy (German: Goëtzërmonarchie) is the collection of empires, kingdoms, duchies, counties and other polities that were ruled by the House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha, especially the dynasty's Karno-Ruthenian branch, in a similar situation that of the Habsburg Monarchy, but more formal.
The Goëtzër monarchy is a union of crowns with no uniform laws or shared institutions other than the Imperial and Royal Court itself; the territorial possessions of the monarchy were united only by virtue of a common dynasty. The idea behind its formation was that, despite the strong Karno-Ruthenian presence in micronational community, Taslavia and Pannonia lacked importance, and under the provisions of the Treaty of Mazza, the Karno-Ruthenian Government would represent the interests of Taslavia and Pannonia abroad in official capacity.
The treaty signed by the three rulers of the dynasty at that time, Oscar I of Karnia-Ruthenia, Guilherme I of Taslavia and Ari I of Pannonia at the Taslavian capital, Mazza, paved the way to the Karno-Ruthenian monarch established the undisputed hegemony over dynastic, but also political affairs.
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- ↑ Lott, Elizabeth S.; Pavlac, Brian A., eds. (2019). "Rudolf I (r. 1273–1291)". The Holy Roman Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia. Vol. 1. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio. pp. 266–268. ISBN 978-1-4408-4856-8. LCCN 2018048886