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  Principality of Caledon
Principality of Caledon: The largest independent, human-governed state in the Reavers' Deep sector, covering large portions of the Caledon and Scotian Deep subsectors.
The Principality as such was established in -102 by Jamieson Dundas of Caledon (Reavers' Deep 1815); it has remained relatively stable, save for two periods of dynastic crisis and civil war (309-328; 1024-1025).
The area that is now the Principality was settled during the latter part of the period of the Interstellar wars between the Terran Confederation and the First Imperium.
www.jtas.net /librarydata/LibraryData/P/Principality_of_Caledon.htm   (318 words)

  
 Principality Holidays
Established in 1986, Principality International operates throughout the whole of the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In the 17 years since the company was formed, Principality has developed considerable expertise in creating itineraries and programmes to suit each client’s requirements.
At Principality International, the key focus is the client.
www.principalitygroups.co.uk   (183 words)

  
  Karamanogullari Principality
Karamanogullari principality that had prohibited the usage of any language apart from Turkish was the greatest rival of Osmanogullari principality.
This principality had established dominion in Anatolia for nearly 230 years, and it had been the most significant and the most powerful one of these Turkmen principalities that followed the Osmanogullari principality.
The capital city of the principality had been Eregli for approximately 6 years between the years of 1250 and 1256, and then, Ermenek was the capital city of the principality for nearly 5 years between the years of 1256 and 1261.
www.ozturkler.com /data_english/0003/0003_01_26.htm   (939 words)

  
  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Principality of Waldeck-Pyrmont
The entire principality contained, in 1905: 56,341 Protestants; 1890, or 2 per cent, Catholics; and 629 Jews.
The Principality of Pyrmont was in the Middle Ages a fief of the bishops of Paderborn.
Towards the end of the eighteenth century Franciscans from Lüdge held missions there during the season of the year when it was frequented as a watering-place.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/15527a.htm   (718 words)

  
  Chernihiv principality
The principality was formed in the 10th century and retained some of its distinctiveness until the 16th century.
The Riurykides governed the principality until the 14th century by transferring power either from father to son (dynastic inheritance) or from older to younger members of the family.
principality became a vassal of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and was ruled, as were all the northern
www.encyclopediaofukraine.com /pages/C/H/Chernihivprincipality.htm   (783 words)

  
  Principality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A principality is a monarchical feudatory or sovereign state, ruled or reigned over by a Monarch with the title of prince or princess (a synonym is princedom) or (in the widest sense) a Monarch with another title within the generic use of the term prince.
Surviving sovereign principalities are Liechtenstein, Monaco, and the co-principality of Andorra.
Though principalities existed in Antiquity, before the height of the Roman Empire, the modern principality as it is known today evolved into being in the Middle Ages between 350 and 1450 when feudalism was the primary economic system employed by Eurasian societies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Principality   (910 words)

  
 Principality   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A principality is a form of sovereign state or territory ceremonially led or directly governed by monarch with the title of prince or princess.
Principalities have existed in ancient and civilizations of Africa Asia (the Indian Princely states were ruled kings called Princes by the British) Europe and Oceania.
Though principalities existed in antiquity before the of the Roman Empire the modern principality as it is today was developed in the Middle Ages between 350 and 1450 when feudalism was the primary economic system employed by Eurasian societies.
www.freeglossary.com /Principality   (756 words)

  
 Frequent Questions
With the Principality government structure organized and in place, effective administration, policy execution and the eventual transition from a government-in-exile to fully administrating government will be more easily achieved with these proper institutions and policies already in place.
In the events leading to the founding of the Principality, government officials, political scientists and other advisors found it apparent that there is an inordinate amount of inefficiency in regards to the ability of democratic executive to conduct the execution of policy.
Since the Principality is, in fact, a constitutional monarchy, and has at the head of government a royal sovereign, the Sovereign Prince does have the right to grant titles of dignity, as well as to create a landed (limited, considering the amount of land in the Principality) nobility.
www.minervanet.org /faq.htm   (1598 words)

  
 Principality Interest Group: Points of View
Principality events in other branches encourage the residents of different parts of the area to get to know each other, helping to unify the area.
A principality increases the chance for residents to be royalty or serve royalty.
The primary reason to not become a Principality is that the principality might eventually become a Kingdom, separate from An Tir.
www.currentmiddleages.org /principality/pov.html   (1294 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Principality and Diocese of Monaco
Situated on the Mediterranean Sea, on the skirts of the Turbie and the Tête de Chien mountains, is surrounded on all sides by the
Its principal resources are the fishery of the gulf, the cultivation of fruit trees (olive, orange, lemon), and the Casino of Monte Carlo, established in 1856, whose revenues are sufficient to free the inhabitants of the principality from the burden of taxation.
Among the notable constructions of the principality are the ancient fortifications, the old ducal palace which contains beautiful frescoes by Annibale Carracci, Orazio Ferrari, and Carlone, the cathedral, built (1884-87) in the
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10447a.htm   (487 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Principality   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Principalities have existed in ancient and modern civilizations of Africa, Asia (the Indian Princely states were ruled by kings called Princes by the British), Europe and Oceania.
An ecclesiastical form of principality exists in the Roman Catholic Church in the form of a diocese led by a cardinal, the principal papal elector.
Though principalities existed in antiquity, before the height of the Roman Empire, the modern principality as it is known today was developed in the Middle Ages between 350 and 1450 when feudalism was the primary economic system employed by Eurasian societies.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Principality   (2510 words)

  
 Balaton Principality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Map of the main part of the Balaton principality (parts of the Dudleb County, of the Ptuj County and the whole former Principality of Etgar are not shown on this map)
The principality was one of the several Slavic states and groups connecting the areas inhabited by Slavs before they were divided into the northern and the southern Slavs by the conquests of the Franks, the arrival of the Magyars in Pannonia, and later by the expansion of the Romanians.
The inhabitants of the Balaton Principality were most probably closely related to each of neighboring Slavic people: Great Moravians (Slovaks) to the north, Karantanians (Slovenes) to the west, Pannonian Croats to the south, and Serbs to the south-east, providing the bridge between those Slavic states and tribal unions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Balaton_Principality   (696 words)

  
 Decorations of the Principality of Lippe
The Principality of Lippe was located in central Germany, south of Hannover.
In 1528, Lippe became a County (Grafschaft) and in 1789 a Principality.
In 1871, awards of the Honor Cross with swords were authorized and in 1877 a provision was made for awards of "swords on ring", to indicate that the holder had received a lower grade of the order with swords.
home.att.net /~david.danner/militaria/lippe-detmold.htm   (873 words)

  
 Principality of New Utopia - Principality of New Utopia Latest News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Principality will reject any foreign aid or assistance which requires certain concessions be granted, if those concessions would violate the constitution and covenants of the Principality of New Utopia.
The Principality of New Utopia is a constitutional sovereignty based on the principles of free enterprise and capitalism, embracing a substantially tax free economy, with assurance of freedom and privacy in connection with any commercial enterprise.
Dual citizenship is recognized by the Principality, and it offers citizenship to those of good character and the financial means to support themselves and their dependents.
www.carbonfusion.com /utopia   (1235 words)

  
 Principality of Wallachia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Increasing influence by Russia resulted in the principality to be placed under Russian protection in 1774, despite the Turkish suzerainty.
The flag of the principality's army (that has to be considered also the princely standard and state flag) consisted of three horizontal stripes, red, blue and yellow, the uppermost red stripe was wider than the other two (2:1:1).
The red stripe was charged by eight white 8-pointed stars representing the upper Wallachia districts; in the blue stripe there was an eagle with a sword and a sceptre; the yellow stripe was charged with seven white 7-pointed stars representing the seven lower Wallachia districts (proportions circa 1:2).
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ro-wall.html   (884 words)

  
 Principality of Moldavia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The principality emerged as a distinct and independent principality in the mid-14th century.
The Bessarabia portion of the principality was integrated into the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic and Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which became the countries of Moldova and Ukraine following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Colours were stated for the two principalities, and at the beginning they were mainly used as lance pennons (red and blue for Moldavia and yellow and blue for Wallachia).
fotw.vexillum.com /flags/ro-mold.html   (837 words)

  
 Bulgaria.com - History of Bulgaria, The Principality of Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
At the beginning of 1879, the assembly of notables known as the Constituent Assembly of the principality of Bulgaria was called, as provided by the Berlin congress, to elaborate and adopt the constitution of the country.
A plausible explanation would be that for a few years the northern empire, in its view, had consistently and single-mindedly been displeased with prince Alexander of Battenberg for his diverging the principality from the Russian sphere of influence, and that it had been trying to replace him on the throne by its protege.
Relying on nation-wide support on the part of the already liberated Bulgarian lands (the Principality of Bulgaria), IMRO got down to organizing a network of committees in Macedonia and Thrace after the pattern of Vassil Levski's revolutionary theory, as well as armed volunteer detachments which waged struggle against the Turkish feudal state machinery.
www.bulgaria.com /history/bulgaria/princip.html   (2811 words)

  
 Samos as an Autonomous Principality (1834-1912)
The first period of the principality government, until 1849, was the cruelest one for Samos.
In 1851, when George Konemenos arrived at the island as the principality’s deputy, the autonomous status was established.
During the last period of the principality government, doctors, Greek literature teachers, lawyers, agronomists, architects, civil engineers and other scientists and scholars contribute to the cultural development of the place.
www.samos-travel.com /samosold/history6.html   (477 words)

  
 THE PRINCIPALITY OF POLJICA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Among the many European mediaeval principalities, which after centuries of varying fortune went under, one after another in the aftermath of the French Revolution, the Croatian principality of Poljica (pronounced Pol'yeetsa), with its special brand of rural democracy, occupied a special, indeed unique position.
The prince had to be a nobleman, but his office was not hereditary and both the prince and the other main officials of the principality's government were elected to their respective offices for a one-year term only.
The extreme severity of the penalties that the principality's statute decrees for anyone who might be tempted to collaborate with them, testifies to the strength of the feeling in the community on this issue.
www.studiacroatica.com /jcs/28/2804.htm   (6299 words)

  
 GundamOfficial :: Universal Century :: Glossary :: Organizations
Though not as cruel and aggressive as the Principality of Zeon's leaders, the bureaucrats who rule over the Earth Federation are corrupt, weak-willed, and insensitive to the space colonists' desire for independence.
A civilian research institute, sponsored by the Principality of Zeon, which is established in June of U.C. 0079 to investigate Newtype phenomena.
Although the Principality is effectively a totalitarian dictatorship ruled by the Zabi family, it retains some vestiges of the former democratic government, including a powerless national assembly and a figurehead prime minister.
www.gundamofficial.com /worlds/uc/background/glossary_organizations.html   (3100 words)

  
 Requirements to Become a Crown Principality
Principality: A principality is a part of a kingdom which has the right to select a reigning Prince and Princess by armored combat.
Consensus favoring advancement in branch status by the members in the proposed principality, demonstrated by procedures acceptable to the Kingdom and Society Seneschals.
A body of principality law which provides for the maintenance and succession of the Coronet, and for any other matters delegated or permitted by the parent kingdom.
www.inlandregion.org /cp/misc/requirements.php   (512 words)

  
 Principality of Monaco: visit montecarloresort.com, dedicated to the Principality of Monaco.
Principality of Monaco: visit montecarloresort.com, dedicated to the Principality of Monaco.
The principality of monaco, a princely destination where each instant is like an everlasting fairytale.
Access to the principality of monaco: 10 minutes by helicopter from Nices-Côte d'Azur international airport (less than 35 minutes by car) and 45 minutes by car from Cannes.
www.montecarloresort.com /resort/principality_of_monaco.htm   (144 words)

  
 Laws of the Principality of the Mists, as Printed in the Page Administrative issue, Spring 1999 (AS XXXIV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
These Great Officers shall serve within the Principality in the same capacities as their superior officers in the Kingdom of the West serve the Crown of the West, except that they shall directly obey the Coronet, subject to the ultimate obedience of all subjects to the Crown of the West.
They shall serve within the Principality in the same capacities as their superior officers in the Kingdom of the West serve the Crown of the West, except that they shall directly obey the Coronet, subject to the ultimate obedience of all subject to the Crown of the West.
All subjects of the Principality of the Mists entering in the Coronet Lists, and their consorts, who must also reside within the Principality of the Mists or acceptable to the Coronets, must be paid members of the SCA, Inc. Memberships must be demonstrated prior to entering the Lists.
mists.westkingdom.org /Laws/mists-laws-1999.html   (3515 words)

  
 Kingdom of Ealdormere: Principality Reign Summaries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
However, the way was paved at this time for the advancement to Principality status, which was achieved at Pennsic XVII with the proclamation of the Crown Principality by TRM Corwyn and Shana.
In the early years of the Principality, the primary focus of the Coronet was building a firm foundation and acclimatizing the populace to the presence of local Royalty.
The Principality continues to provide fine regalia for the Coronet, including three sets of coronets for the Prince and Princess and one set for the Althegn and Althegna, and a new set of thrones acquired in the reign of Moria and Roak.
www.ealdormere.sca.org /princ_reignsumm.shtml   (1261 words)

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