Re: Full, theoretical titles of members of European royal houses




What would some of the full, theoretical titles of members (the
princes/etc
of each family, not necessarily the head) of the following royal, imperial
and grand ducal) families:

Austria

This is the form used by Emperor Karl (1916-18)

Karl de Erste, von Gottes Gnaden Kaiser von Osterreich, apostolischer
Konig von Ungarn dieses Namens der Vierte, Koning von Bohmen, von
Dalmatien, Kroatien, Slavonien, Galizien, Lodmerien und Illyrien,
Konig von Jerusalem, Erzherzog von Osterreich, Grossherzog von Toscana
und Krakow, Herzog von Lothringen, von Salzburg, Karpathien, Steier,
Karnten, Krain und der Bukowina, Grossfurt von Siebenburgen, Markgraf
von Mahren, Herzog von Ober- und Nieder- Schlesien, von Modena, Parma,
Piacenza und Guastalla, von Auschwitz und Zator, von Teschen, Friaul,
Ragusa und Zara, gefursteter Graf von Habsburg und Tirol, von Kyburg,
Gorz und Gradisca, Furst von Trient und Brixen, Markgraf von Ober- und
Nieder- Lausitz und in Istrien, Graf von Hohenembs, Feldkirch,
Bregenz, Sonnenburg, usw., Herr von Triest, von Cattaro und auf der
windischen Mark, Grosswoiwod der Woiwodschaft Serbien, usw., usw.

In English:

Karl the First, by the Grace of God, Emperor of Austria, Apostolic King of
Hungary, of this name the Fourth, King of Bohemia, of Dalmatia, of Croatia,
of Slavonia, of Galicia, of Lodomeria, and of Illyria; King of Jerusalem,
Archduke of Austria; Grand Duke of Tuscany and of Cracow, Duke of Lorraine
and of Salzburg, of Styria, of Carinthia, of Carniola and of the Bukovina;
Grand Prince of Transylvania; Margrave of Moravia; Duke of Upper and Lower
Silesia, of Modena, of Parma, of Piacenza and of Guastalla, of Auschwitz and
of Zator, of Teschen, of Friuli, of Ragusa and of Zara; Princely Count of
Habsburg and of Tyrol, of Kyburg, of Gorizia and of Gradisca; Prince of
Trent and of Brixen; Margrave of Upper and Lower Lusatia and in Istria;
Count of Hohenems, of Feldkirch, of Bregenz, and of Sonnenberg; Lord of
Trieste, of Cattaro, and in the Wendish Mark; Grand Voivode (Grand Duke?) of
the Voivodship (Grand Duchy?) of Serbia etc. etc.

But what of the archdukes and archduchesses? The full titles of the heads of
these families tend to be well documented... Buy exploring other dynastic
titles that members of a house may have, it covers everyone. For instance,
were all archdukes Counts of Habsburg? Since the Emperor was titled Grand
Duke of Tuscany, were the archdukes Princes of Tuscany? Did any of these
titles historically have titles for agnates?

Charles von Hamm


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