House of Lamburg
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"On the wings of eagles."
|Country||Karnia-Ruthenia, Nossia, Lifreia|
|Titles||Duke of Lamburg|
Prince of Nossia
Kanfre of Lifreia
|Founder||HRH Ivan of Lifreia|
|Current head||HRH Ivan of Lifreia|
The House of Lamburg is a royal house of dukes of Karnia-Ruthenia. The family arose in the area of Pelotas and since 05 January 2016, the House of Lamburg reign over the Principality of Nossia through a cadet branch of Lamburg-Nossia, represented by Carlo, Prince of Nossia and reigning over Lifreia under Ivan, Kanfre of Lifreia.
History[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
The family originated in Pelotas, Brazil, but settled in Florianópolis. The first noble members of the family were the Princes of Astra, that would be the parents of the sovereigns of Nossia and Lifreia. They had two children: Prince Lopes of Astra-Lifre, who would later become Ivan, Kanfre of Lifreia and Duke of Lamburg and Carlo, Prince of Nossia and Hereditary Prince of Lamburg. Recent genealogical research by the Autumn Palace Secretariat suggests that the Lamburgs come from a long line of decadent rio-grandense burghers.
Ascension[edit | edit source]
Lifreia, the first micronation ruled by the Lamburg family was founded in May 2015, by Ivan, Kanfre of Lifreia. The micronation was first mentioned in a satyrical screenplay about espionage during the Cold War and effectively becoming a micronation on 07 July 2015. In a short time, the conflict known as Nossian-Lifreian Civil War began, with the "special region" of Nossia demanding and, after a coup, effecting its independence.
The conflict lasted from July to December of that year and on 05 January 2016, Ivan's younger brother, Carlo, Prince of Nossia, took the Nossian Throne. Thus, the cadet branch of the House of Lamburg also became reigning in the Principality of Nossia.
Despite the sometimes tense relationship between the brothers and their micronations, their relationship with Karnia-Ruthenia served to draw more parallels between both parts. They became citizens of the Empire in mid-November 2017 and were made members of national nobility on 20 December 2017.
Line of Succession to the Duchy of Lamburg and the thrones of Lifréia and Nossia[edit | edit source]
- HRH The Old Duke
- HRH The Old Duchess
Cadet branches[edit | edit source]
Lamburg-Massaca[edit | edit source]
The cadet branch of the House of Lamburg was formed after Prince Carlo took the throne of Nossia, accepting the title of Prince of The Nossians after the Lifréian province of Astra broke away from the empire.
The charter of the house establishes that "[...] If the current head of the cadet branch fails to produce heirs, all of its territories, titles, honors AND possessions will be reverted to the main branch."' The charter also states that "[...] Marriage between the two main branches of the house is not prohibited, but it is not advisable".
"Aut Caesar, aut nihil"
Either a Caesar or nothing.
|Ancestral house||House of Lamburg|
|Titles||Hereditary Prince of Lamburg|
Prince of Nossia
|Founder||HH Carlo of Nossia|
|Current head||HH Carlo of Nossia|
Lamburg-Orestes[edit | edit source]
Created from the second marriage of Her Highness, Princess Claire with the Count of Gora.
Lamburg-Santos[edit | edit source]
Created from the marriage of Her Highness, Princess Danielle with the Baron of Akula.
Lamburg-Carvalho[edit | edit source]
Created from the marriage of Her Highness, Princess Carmen with the Count of Dub.
Armorial of the Royal House[edit | edit source]
Coat of Arms by title[edit | edit source]
Monograms[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
— ROYAL HOUSE —
House of Lamburg
Founding year: 2016
|Ruling House of Nossia
2016 – present
|Ruling House of Lifreia
2015 – present
References[edit | edit source]
- "The Ducal House of Lamburg and its branches, in concerns of inheritance and succession, shall be ruled by the Salic law, as approved and discussed on the Court of the King of the Franks, Clovis I around 500 AD. [...] As such, female members of the dinasty are excluded of inheriting the possessions, titles and assets of this August House, except in extra-ordinary circunstances, such as: Extinction of all other branches and its male dynasts, refusal of its dynastic status or incapacity of its male dynast of performing his duties as Duke of Lamburg, Kanfre of Lifréia, Prince of the Nossians, Chief of Lamburg-Rodrigues and other offices. - Charter and Household law of the House of Lamburg -Article §8, Paragraph 3, Page 2.
- "Charter and Household Law of the House of Lamburg - Article §4, Paragraph 6, Page 5"
- "Charter and Household Law of the House of Lamburg - Article §2, Paragraph 4, Page 3"