Royal and Serene House of Alabona-Ostrogojsk©
His Royal and Serene Highness, Prince William I de Alabona-Ostrogojsk-Garama, has dedicated his life to championing the historical and ancient traditions and customs of Christian Chivalry and their propagation in the modern world. In recognition of this untiring work and service, The Royal and Serene House of Alabona-Ostrogojsk© was originally established by the ancient Royal House of Cantabria as a Princely and Serene Dynastic House in August of 1986 to honor His Grace, William Anthony Maszer, Duke of Moreda, who then ascended to the Title and Dignity as Prince William I.
Because of Prince William's great dedication, work, and contributions to the international chivalric community, His Royal and Imperial Highness, Prince Pascal I, Chief and Head of the Name and Arms of the Royal and Imperial House of Great Gothia and Balta, by Imperial Decree of April 23, 1989, granted unto Prince William the Hereditary Title and Dignity of Prince of Ostrogojsk (pr: "ahs-STROH-go-yask"), with the qualification of Royal and Serene Highness,as well as full and complete sovereign and independent prerogatives, rights and privileges. His Royal and Serene Highness, Prince William I de Alabona-Ostrogojsk, in the exercise of his sovereign and independent prerogatives, amalgamated the formal and permanent name of the Royal Dynasty as the Royal and Serene House of Alabona-Ostrogojsk©.
Also in 1989, to honor HRSH, Prince William, for his many chivalric endeavors, the Chief and Head of the Name and Arms of the Royal House of Koroneos elevated him to the Hereditary Title and Dignity of Prince of Manisa (with the qualification of Serene Highness). The current Chief and Head of the Name and Arms of the Royal House of Koroneos is His Royal Highness, Prince Amerigo Coroneo, Prince of Baktriana, Ariana and Hellenistic India, Prince of Naxos, Megaskyr of the Cyclades, and a Prince of the Byzantine (Eastern) Roman Empire.
In an Imperial, Sacred, Apostolic and Caesarian Bull of June 15, 1990, promulgated by His Royal and Imperial Highness, Dominus Saul III Caesar Augustus, Duke of Carthage, Porphyrogenitus of the Holy Roman Empire (in exile), the Royal and Serene House of Alabona-Ostrogojsk was further elevated by federation with the Holy Roman Empire (in exile) when Prince William was invested and elevated with the Hereditary Title and Dignity as Prince of Garama under the dynastic name of Dominus Lucius V Gulielmus Antonius, with full and complete independent sovereign and royal prerogatives, rights and privileges. The Principality of Garama was a well-established country when military subjugated by Rome in the 1st Century BC and is centered on the Fezzan region of North Africa.
In July of 2004, Her Royal and Imperial Highness, Princess Dom. Flavia Valeria-Juliana-Aeliaa-Maria-Eugenia-Emmanucia, Royal Princess of Dacia and Princess of the Royal and Imperial House of Great Gothia, exercised her royal prerogative as Sovereign Princess of the ancient realm of Dacia and bestowed the Hereditary Title and Dignity of Royal, Sovereign and Hereditary Prince of Napoca upon Prince William with full and complete royal and independent prerogatives. The city of Cluj-Napoca, as it is known today, is one of the most important academic and industrial centers in Romania. Considered to be the historic capitol of Transylvania, the city is located in northwestern Romania and is approximately 220 miles (320 km) northwest of Bucharest in the Somesul Mic River Valley. The city stands on the site of an ancient Dacian settlement, Napoca, which was created a municipium during the Roman Era.
His Royal and Serene Highness, Prince William I de Alabona-Ostrogojsk, has been further honored over the years with other Hereditary Titles and Dignities by several ancient Imperial and Royal Houses, and the recipient of appointments to the senior-most grades within a considerable number of significant and prestigious International Orders of Chivalry and Knighthood, too numerous to list here.
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