Grand title of the Emperor of Karnia-Ruthenia

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The grand title of the Emperor of Karnia-Ruthenia is the official list of the crowns, titles, and dignities which the emperors of Karnia-Ruthenia carried from the foundation of the empire by Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia on 01 August 2016 until today.

After the House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha established itself in 2014, it grew in power. Various domains were added to its empire, producing monarchs of Karnia, Ruthenia, Libertia, Gaussland, Acrin, Horvatia, Tsechia, Cardonia, Bessabia and Badakistan, as well as rulers of several territories amongst many others.

The Karno-Ruthenian Empire, in accordance with tradition and the titles that were already held, deeply inspired by the Habsburg Monarchy, promulgated the grand title to codify the most important monarchical titles of various countries and territories under their rule, and also of titular rulers of former possessions. As time passed, the grand title slightly changed, with some titles doesn't neing included, as Defender of the Imperial Circle, for example.

The grand title is not a complete listing of all the titles held; instead it ends with an etc. There were also a middle title and a small title.

The empress, as consort of the emperor, was also given the feminine version of the title.

Grand title[edit | edit source]

The full title of the Karno-Ruthenian monarch is:

His Imperial and Royal Apostolic Majesty,
By the Grace of God, Emperor of Karnia and King of Ruthenia,
King of Bessabia, King of Acrin, King of Horvatia, Szolnók, Geza, Letingia, Escandia, King of Jestia, etc.;
Archduke of Karnia,
Grand Duke of Gaussland, Caledonia;
Duke of Ladislavia, Hoheneinsamkeit, Weißeswasser, Csorna, Chedowski, Balaton;
Grand Prince of Karcag, Margrave of Luftrein,
Duke of Persenburg, Götzödorf, Mohács, Pannonhalm, Podenbrad, Gyalla, Oswiencin, Zallanta, Cieszpreg, Fertodin, Rugoz, Árpád;
Princely Count of Bihar, Tamaz, Koberg, Gerizia, Grevenia;
Prince of Thomaz-Rocha, Bersód;
Margrave of Upper and Lower Lusitia;
Count of Heves, Feldkirchenberg, Brevento, Szentes, etc.;
Lord of Fürstenbergserdboden, Kazin,
etc., etc. etc.

Explanation of the individual titles listed in the grand title in their order[edit | edit source]

Emperor of Karnia[edit | edit source]

In 2016, following his succession to the Karnian Throne, in order to preserve the imperial status and establish a bond with the Holy Roman Empire claimed by the Karnian Government, the title of "Hereditary Emperor of Karnia" was created.

King of Ruthenia[edit | edit source]

The Kingdom of Ruthenia was established in 2014, and was during the reign of the second ruler, Oscar I, that was established a personal union between Karnia and Ruthenia, bonding the titles of Emperor of Karnia and King of Ruthenia.

King of Bessabia[edit | edit source]

With the creation of Bessabia, this title was held by the King of Ruthenia. Although abolished in 2016, the title was kept as a mediatized title.

King of Acrin[edit | edit source]

King of Horvatia[edit | edit source]

King of Szolnók, Geza, Letingia, Escandia[edit | edit source]

King of Jestia[edit | edit source]

Archduke of Karnia[edit | edit source]

Grand Duke of Gaussland[edit | edit source]

Grand Duke of Caledonia[edit | edit source]

Duke of Ladislavia, Hoheneinsamkeit and Weißeswasser[edit | edit source]

Duke of Csorna, Chedowski and Balaton[edit | edit source]

Duke of Persenburg and of Götzödorf[edit | edit source]

Grand Prince of Karcag[edit | edit source]

Margrave of Luftrein[edit | edit source]

Duke of Mohács, Pannonhalm, Gyalla, Cieszpreg, Fertodin, Rugoz and Árpád[edit | edit source]

Duke of Podenbrad, Oswiencin and Zallanta[edit | edit source]

Princely Count of Bihar[edit | edit source]

Prince of Thomaz-Rocha[edit | edit source]