House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha

From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha
Country Karnia-Ruthenia
Occidia
North American Confederation
Badakistan
Carpathia
Taslavia
Pannonia
Temeswaria
Huzul
Ancestral houseThomaz-Rocha (agnatic)
Goëtzën (cognatic)
Titles (see more)
FounderArchduke Ari and Archduchess Denise
Current headHI&RH Archduke Ari
Founding13th century
Deposition
2015: Overthrow of the Badakistani monarchy
2016: Treaty of Alexandrești
2020: Oscar I abdicated
2020: Treaty of Saint Sylvester
2022: Treaty of New Rome
Cadet branchesKarnia-Taslavia
Karnia-Huzul
Karnia-Woestein
EthnicityHungarian, Ruthenian, French

The House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha, or House of Ruthenia originated from the marriage in 1988 of Duke Ari of Ruthenia and Countess Denise von Goëtzën, later successively Kings of Ruthenia and Archdukes of Karnia. Their descendent, Emperor Oscar I represent the legitimate surviving line of the House of Thomaz-Rocha and the House of Goëtzën, inheriting their patrimonial possessions and vocation to the Empire from the female descendants of the House of Goëtzën and the male line of the House of Thomaz-Rocha.

The House gathered dynastic momentum during 11th century, when Rudolf of Rheinfelden, thirty-second-generation ancestor of Oscar I was elected German Anti-king and again during 21th century, the the ascension of Oscar I to the Karno-Ruthenian Throne.

One of the most prominent royal houses of micronationalism, the throne of Ruthenia, and then the Karno-Ruthenian Empire is continuously occupied by the house since 2014, and also produced emperors and kings of North American Confederation, Occidia, Acrin, Bessabia, Badakistan, Gaussland, Carpathia, Cardonia, Horvatia, Tsechia, Eslavija, Taslavia, Pannonia, Temeswaria and Huzul, as well as holders of several other minor titles at various micronations.

The family split once into a parallel branch, although it was per se a cadet branch of the House of Thomaz-Rocha and the House of Goëtzën. Even ruling distinct territories, the different branches nevertheless maintained close relations. In 2021, the family sealed a pact around the House Law of the Karno-Ruthenian Imperial Family, to regulate inheritance, titles and rights of succession for the members of the family, while claiming ancestral titles.

Principal roles[edit | edit source]

Their principal roles, including the roles of their cadet branches were as:

Numerous other titles were attached to the crowns listed above.

History[edit | edit source]

Origin[edit | edit source]

Archduke Ari and Archduchess Denise, 2018.

The House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha originated from the marriage in 1980's of Archduke Ari of Karnia, and Archduchess Denise of Karnia, later King and Queen of Ruthenia. Its members are the legitimate surviving line of the House of Thomaz-Rocha and the House of Goëtzën, inheriting their patrimonial possessions and vocation to the Empire from the female descendants of the House of Goëtzën.

Ascension[edit | edit source]

After the House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha established itself as a ruling house in 2014, they grew in power, and along Ruthenia, various other domains were added to their influence, producing monarchs of Acrin, Gaussland, Carpathia, Bessabia and Badakistan by 2015, Karnia, Tsechia and Horvatia by 2016, Eslavija by 2018, the North American Confederation and Occidia, Cardonia and Taslavia in 2020. Some other thrones were offered, but the house choose to follow a more strict line of cohesion in the micronations they included in their domains.

Neverthless, they became relevant figures in foreign micronations as well, and collected several titles and honors abroad. This increasingly status reflected in their rank, from the royal style of 2014 to the imperial rank in 2016, later recognized by the Emperor of the North American Confederation and the Pavlovian Emperor in 2020 through the Treaty of Theodosia, and when Oscar I ascended to the North American Throne, once again recognized by the Pavlovian Emperor as suitable to imperial rank through the Treaty of Osokorky. In the same year, the Micronational Catholic Church, a group of Brazilian micronationalists who, in canonical terms, founded a lay apostolate founded in 1997, with authorization from the Catholic Church guaranteed to Oscar I the micronational use of the style of Apostolic Majesty[1].

Present[edit | edit source]

Guilherme I and Oscar I, 17 June 2021.

The current head of the house is Archduke Ari (born 1961), who was the first King of Ruthenia as Ari I. As King, he was succeded by his ony son, Oscar I in 2014, and although the acting head of the family since 2014, he effectively succeded his father, Archduke Anton, as head of the family in November 2020.

The cadet Taslavian branch of the House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha was founded by Archduke Ítalo when he ascended to the Taslavian throne. With this ascension, the archduke were elevated to king in December 2020, retaining the Karno-Ruthenian titles and place in succession.

In April 2021, a family pact was signed and the members of the family created the House Law of the Karno-Ruthenian Imperial Family, that finally confirmed the titles of the members of the dynasty, their duties and their place in the line of succession to the Karno-Ruthenian and to the Taslavian Throne. Of the thirteen children of Archduke Anton and Archduchess Judith, ten renounced their position in the line of succession, with just two of them, Archduke Pedro and her sister, Archduchess Celia, with children with archducal titles, although with no right to succession.

Another interesting subject is the sucession to the Occidian Throne. Despite being an hereditary monarchy, if Oscar I don't bear a natural heir, the crown will be reverted again to the House of Hartmann-Peters due the Act of Abdication and Viceroyalty[2], don't being affected by the House Law if Oscar I don't bear a natural heir.

The page of the dynasty on the Almanach of Vetrolin.

On 25 November 2021, an ammendment was decreed by Emperor Oscar I, recognizing retroactively the title and style of Their Imperial Majesties, Emperors of Karnia to his late paternal grandparents, Archduke Anton and Archduchess Judith, the title and style of Their Majesties, the Kings of Ruthenia to his late maternal grandparents, Count Michael von Goëtzën and Countess Theresa von Goëtzën and the title and style of Their Imperial and Royal Majesties, the Emperors of Karnia and Kings of Ruthenia to his parents, Archduke Ari and Archduchess Denise. Despite no real change, it was seen as a nod to the memory of his grandparents and a show of respect to his parents.

On 22 July 2022, under the auspices of the Derivatist Program of the Conference of Santiago, the Kingdom of Ameroslavia had its crown offered to Ari, Archduke of Karnia, former King of Ruthenia and father of Oscar I, who accepted the crown on behalf of his father and was the one behind the initiative to restore Ameroslavia and the offering a crown for his father. In return, Oscar I eventually dropped his rights to succeed in the New Southern Rhine and Pommerland, becoming the Crown Prince of Ameroslavia. Eventually, Ameroslavia would be reorganized into Pannonia with Ari I as King. A year later, Oscar I signed the Treaty of Pressenberg, abdicating the Acrianian Crown in favor of Brogan I, that reigned for less than seven months before the Acrianin Crown reverted again to the Karno-Ruthenian dynasty.

On the last days of 2022, the three sovereigns of the house - Ari of Pannonia, Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia and Guilherme Ítalo of Taslavia established the Goëtzër Monarchy, a political association of the three monarchies for geopolitical combined responses on the best interests of the dynasty. To celebrate the occasion and reinforce the imperial ambitions of the dynasty, Oscar I restored the Order of the Three Golden Fleeces.

An year later, Oscar I proposed the creation of the State of Huzul and another branch of the imperial family for his cousin, Archduchess Beatriz, with her husband Eugene József now recognized as archduke and in the throne, but also settling a possible future dispute over dynastic claims among their children.

Multilingualism[edit | edit source]

As they accumulated crowns and titles, the family developed a unique family tradition of multilingualism that evolved over the years. Ruthenia had been multilingual from the start, even though its rulers were native Portuguese-speakers. The language issue within the Empire became gradually more salient with the fights between the American-born citizens and the Brazilian-born citizens. After a public consult, the use of Portuguese declined, but maintained as a second official language, along English. Latin is used in some administrative and religious services by the Archdiocese of Persenburg and the Military Ordinariate, while French had played an important part during the early diplomacy during the Ruthenian Era (2014-2016). Oscar I, apart of Portuguese and English, had notions of Spanish, French and German.

Hofbau Palace, November 2021.

Residences[edit | edit source]

The Hofbau Palace is the official residence and workplace of the Karno-Ruthenian Emperor and the principal residence of the dynasty. Located in Persenburg, it was built in the early 20th century and remodeled several times afterwards, being that the reason behind the etimology of Hofbau: the palace in construction. It also serve as the imperial winter residence, as Arienburg Palace, near Weißeswasser is the summer residence.

Other residences, like the Denisehof in Hoheneinsamkeit or the Antonvilla, located in Floriano which construction was planned to start in late 2021, are less used. The imperial family owns other properties, but they are dedicated to real estate exploitation, for the family's income.

Burials[edit | edit source]

Thomaz-Rocha Cemetery, 2020.

The burial places of the House are three: a cemetery used by the House of Thomaz-Rocha consecrated on 19th century in what is known today as the Duchy of Cieszpreg and Zallanta, a particular cemetery in Campinas, near Duchy of Oswiencin and a vault at the Cemetery of Lapa, used by the House of Goëtzën.

The most recent entombment in the particular cemetery of the Thomaz Family took place on November 2020, with the death of Archduke Anton, while his wife, Archduchess Judith, was the first person to be buried at the family's vault near Oswiencin, followed by their eldest son, Archduke Francis and the first wife of Archduke Pedro, Archduchess Celia. The last entombment of the vault of the House of Goëtzën happened in 1997, with the death of the great-grandmother of Oscar I, Countess Theresa Veronika von Goëtzën, next to her parents and brother. Other members of the "Hungarian branch" of the house were buried in other places.

Line of Succession to the Throne[edit | edit source]

Karnia-Ruthenia had equal primogeniture sucession, but that is limited to those descended from Archduke Ari of Karnia and in the future, Emperor-King, through approved marriage. Dynasts lose their right to the throne if they marry without the permission of the monarch or current pretender. Individuals born to unmarried dynasts or to former dynasts that married without imperial permission, and their descendants, are excluded from the line to the throne. Further, when approving a marriage, the monarch can impose conditions that must be met in order for any resulting offspring to have succession rights.

Also included in the line of succession, although excluded members who were against decisions of the head of the dynasty or promoted any attempt on the dynastic order imposed; the latter are considered "disgraced", lose their titles and their descendants are automatically excluded from the line of succession, although it remains just as a courtesy.

The Throne must pass to the member of the Imperial and Royal Family next nearest in lineage with the same line of succession should a situation arise where there are no eligible descendants of the reigning Emperor-King. The monarch is allowed to be a member of any faith of their choosing, traditionally a Roman Catholic. The monarch was never forced to belong to any religion, however to prevent any potential crisis of faith within the Imperial and Royal Family, all members are allowed to profess any faith they desire or none at all.

Family Tree[edit | edit source]

  • Deceased
  • Excluded
  • Renounced
  • Adopted

Ancestors[edit | edit source]

The patrilineal descent from Pons de La Roche to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House de la Roche
  1. Pons de La Roche
  2. Monssu de la Roche
  3. ~
  4. Anton Thomaz (b. 1864)
  5. Francis Thomaz (b. 1890)
  6. Anton, Archduke of Karnia (b. 1926)
  7. Ari, Archduke of Karnia and Prince of Ruthenia (b. 1961)
  8. Oscar I (born 1991)


Considering his oldest known ancestor, Ugiek, and considering connections with the House of Piast through the marriage of Béla I and Adelaide of Poland, with the House of Rheinfelden through the marriage of Ladislau I with Adelaide of Swabia and the House of Komnenos, for the marriage of Ladislaus's daughter, Irene, with John II Komnenos, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, the matrilineal descent from Ügyek to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House of Árpád
  1. Ügyek, Chieftain of Scythia
  2. Álmos, Kende of Hungarians
  3. Árpád, Grand Prince of the Hungarians
  4. Zoltán, Grand Prince of the Hungarians
  5. Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians
  6. Michael, Duke of Nyitra
  7. Vazul, Duke of Nyitra
  8. Béla, King of Hungary
  9. Ladislaus I, King of Hungary
  10. Maria, Princess of Vladimir-in-Volhynia
  11. Yuri Yaroslavich, Prince of Tura-Pinsk
  12. Vasily, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Chernigov
  13. Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Smolensk, Prince Pereyaslavsky
  14. Alexander, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Belz, Prince Vladimir-Volynsky
  15. Anastasia, Princess Belzskaya
  16. Peter Csák, Palatine of Hungary
  17. Matthew Csák of Trencsén, Palatine of Hungary
  18. Matthew Csák of Trencsén
  19. János Csák
  20. Petronella Zmeskál de Domanovecz
  21. István Rhédey
  22. Pál Rhédey de Kisréde
  23. László Rhédey de Kisréde
  24. János Rhédey de Kisréde-Nyakazó
  25. János Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  26. Ferenc Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  27. Bálint Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  28. Louis I Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  29. Louis II de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  30. Alexander Buzas
  31. Teresa, Countess von Goëtzën
  32. Denise, Archduchess of Karnia and Princess of Ruthenia
  33. Oscar I


Considering his oldest known ancestor, Gebhard von Nieder-Lahngau, and considering connections with the House of Árpád through the marriage of Ladislau I with Adelaide of Swabia and the House of Komnenos, for the marriage of Ladislaus's daughter, Irene, with John II Komnenos, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, the matrilineal descent from Gebhard von Nieder-Lahngau to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House of Rheinfelden
  1. Gebhard von Nieder-Lahngau, Count of Lahngau, Count in der Wetterau, Count of Niederlahngau
  2. Udo II von Nieder-Lahngau, Count of Niederlahngau
  3. Eberhard of Niederlahngau, Count of Niederlahngau
  4. Gebhard of Ufgau
  5. Konrad I, Duke of Swabia
  6. Konrad III von Rheinfelden
  7. Kuno of Rheinfelden
  8. Rudolf, Duke of Swabia
  9. Adelaide, Queen of Hungary
  10. Maria, Princess of Vladimir-in-Volhynia
  11. Yuri Yaroslavich, Prince of Tura-Pinsk
  12. Vasily, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Chernigov
  13. Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Smolensk, Prince Pereyaslavsky
  14. Alexander, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Belz, Prince Vladimir-Volynsky
  15. Anastasia, Princess Belzskaya
  16. Peter Csák, Palatine of Hungary
  17. Matthew Csák of Trencsén, Palatine of Hungary
  18. Matthew Csák of Trencsén
  19. János Csák
  20. Petronella Zmeskál de Domanovecz
  21. István Rhédey
  22. Pál Rhédey de Kisréde
  23. László Rhédey de Kisréde
  24. János Rhédey de Kisréde-Nyakazó
  25. János Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  26. Ferenc Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  27. Bálint Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  28. Louis I Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  29. Louis II de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  30. Alexander Buzas
  31. Teresa, Countess von Goëtzën
  32. Denise, Archduchess of Karnia and Princess of Ruthenia
  33. Oscar I


Considering his oldest known ancestor, Ugiek, and considering connections with the House of Komnenos through the marriage of Ladislau I's daughter, Irene, with John II Komnenos, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, the matrilineal descent from Manuel Erotikos Komnenos to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House of Komnenos
  1. Manuel Erotikos Komnenos
  2. John Komnenos, Domestic of the Schools
  3. Alexios I, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans
  4. Irene, Empress consort of the Byzantine Empire
  5. Maria, Princess of Vladimir-in-Volhynia
  6. Yuri Yaroslavich, Prince of Tura-Pinsk
  7. Vasily, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Chernigov
  8. Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Smolensk, Prince Pereyaslavsky
  9. Alexander, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Belz, Prince Vladimir-Volynsky
  10. Anastasia, Princess Belzskaya
  11. Peter Csák, Palatine of Hungary
  12. Matthew Csák of Trencsén, Palatine of Hungary
  13. Matthew Csák of Trencsén
  14. János Csák
  15. Petronella Zmeskál de Domanovecz
  16. István Rhédey
  17. Pál Rhédey de Kisréde
  18. László Rhédey de Kisréde
  19. János Rhédey de Kisréde-Nyakazó
  20. János Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  21. Ferenc Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  22. Bálint Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  23. Louis I Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  24. Louis II de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  25. Alexander Buzas
  26. Teresa, Countess von Goëtzën
  27. Denise, Archduchess of Karnia and Princess of Ruthenia
  28. Oscar I


Considering his oldest known ancestor, Rurik, and considering connections with the Macedon Dynasty through the marriage of Vladimir the Great and Anna Porphyrogenita, with the House of Munsö through the marriage of Yaroslav the Wise with Ingegerd of Sweden once again with the House of Piast through the marriage of Iziaslav I of Kiev with Gertrude of Poland, the matrilineal descent from Rurik to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House of Rurik
  1. Rurik, Prince of Ladoga and Novgorod
  2. Igor, Prince of the Rus'
  3. Sviatoslav I, Grand Prince of Kiev
  4. Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev and Novgorod
  5. Yaroslav, Grand Prince of Kiev and Novgorod
  6. Iziaslav I, Grand Prince of Kiev
  7. Sviatopolk II, Grand Prince of Kiev
  8. Iaroslav, Prince of Vladimir-in-Volhynia
  9. Yuri Yaroslavich, Prince of Tura-Pinsk
  10. Vasily, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Chernigov
  11. Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Smolensk, Prince Pereyaslavsky
  12. Alexander, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Belz, Prince Vladimir-Volynsky
  13. Anastasia, Princess Belzskaya
  14. Peter Csák, Palatine of Hungary
  15. Matthew Csák of Trencsén, Palatine of Hungary
  16. Matthew Csák of Trencsén
  17. János Csák
  18. Petronella Zmeskál de Domanovecz
  19. István Rhédey
  20. Pál Rhédey de Kisréde
  21. László Rhédey de Kisréde
  22. János Rhédey de Kisréde-Nyakazó
  23. János Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  24. Ferenc Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  25. Bálint Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  26. Louis I Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  27. Louis II de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  28. Alexander Buzas
  29. Teresa, Countess von Goëtzën
  30. Denise, Archduchess of Karnia and Princess of Ruthenia
  31. Oscar I


Considering his oldest known ancestor, Chościsko, the founder of the House of Piast and the bonds with the House of Árpád through the marriage of Béla I and Adelaide of Poland, the matrilineal descent from Chościsko to the Emperor-King goes thus:

Descent from the House of Piast
  1. Chościsko, Duke of the Polans
  2. Piast the Wheelwright, Duke of the Polans
  3. Siemowit, Duke of the Polans
  4. Lestek, Duke of the Polans
  5. Siemomysł, Duke of the Polans
  6. Mieszko I, Duke of Poland
  7. Bolesław I, King of Poland
  8. Mieszko II, King of Poland
  9. Adelaide, Queen of Hungary
  10. Ladislaus I, King of Hungary
  11. Maria, Princess of Vladimir-in-Volhynia
  12. Yuri Yaroslavich, Prince of Tura-Pinsk
  13. Vasily, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Chernigov
  14. Vladimir, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Ovruch and Smolensk, Prince Pereyaslavsky
  15. Alexander, Grand Duke of Kiev, Prince of Belz, Prince Vladimir-Volynsky
  16. Anastasia, Princess Belzskaya
  17. Peter Csák, Palatine of Hungary
  18. Matthew Csák of Trencsén, Palatine of Hungary
  19. Matthew Csák of Trencsén
  20. János Csák
  21. Petronella Zmeskál de Domanovecz
  22. István Rhédey
  23. Pál Rhédey de Kisréde
  24. László Rhédey de Kisréde
  25. János Rhédey de Kisréde-Nyakazó
  26. János Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  27. Ferenc Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  28. Bálint Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  29. Louis I Nyakazó de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  30. Louis II de Buzas-Bocsatd-Varet
  31. Alexander Buzas
  32. Teresa, Countess von Goëtzën
  33. Denise, Archduchess of Karnia and Princess of Ruthenia
  34. Oscar I

Heraldry[edit | edit source]

Members of the Imperial and Royal Family have their own crests, monograms and standards to represent them or their presence somewhere over the Empire and foreign countries. The use of them are regulated by the Emperor-King's Own Office. On 26 December 2014, the standards were changed into new colors and design, to be distinguished of the government standards and after the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016, the standards were changed again for a most simple version. On May 2021, they were remodelled to show the return to proeminence of their ancestry. On 2022, when a non-dynastic member of the family dies and is mourned as a member of the Imperial House, the deceased is represented by the escutcheon of the family with a black bar.

Complete arms of the house. Arms showing new and old imperial origins. Arms used by the Karnia-Taslavia branch. Arms used today by most dynasts.

See also[edit | edit source]

ROYAL HOUSE
House of Götzö-Thomaz-Rocha
Founding year: XIII century
Preceded by
None
Ruling House of Karnia-Ruthenia
2016 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
None
Ruling House of Occidia
2020 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
House of Hartmann-Peters
Ruling House of North American Confederation
2020
Succeeded by
reformed into the Occidian Empire
Preceded by
House of Wenzel
Ruling House of Karnia
2016 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
None
Ruling House of Ruthenia
2014 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
None
Ruling House of Bessabia
2015
Succeeded by
Incorporated into the Badakistan
Preceded by
House of Sheri
Ruling House of Badakistan
2015
Succeeded by
House of Woestein
Preceded by
None
House of Agram
Ruling House of Horvatia
2016 - 2017
2017 - 2020
Succeeded by
Deposed and restored on 2017
Monarchy abolished
Preceded by
None
Ruling House of Carpathia
2015 - 2016
Succeeded by
House of Karapavlovič
Preceded by
House of Szteinbaum
Ruling House of Acrin
2015 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Throne established
Ruling House of Eslavija
2018 - 2020
Succeeded by
House of Agram
Preceded by
House of Werzberg
Ruling House of Cardonia
2020 - 2022
Succeeded by
House of Baranda
Preceded by
Monarchy established
Ruling House of Taslavia
2020 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
House of Lenart
Ruling House of Ameroslavia
2022
Succeeded by
themselves as Kings of Pannonia
Preceded by
themselves as Kings of Ameroslavia
Ruling House of Pannonia
2022 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Monarchy established
Ruling House of Temeswaria
2023 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Monarchy established
Ruling House of Huzul
2023 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent

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