The progenitor of the noble house of Bulat was a knight and nobleman called Bulat Kustražić († 1440). He is mentioned only in one historical document, where the Vlach noblemen are listed by prince Ivan VI Frankopan († 1436) on 18th March 1436 at the castle Klis. In this document the Vlachs receive a confirmation of theirContinue reading “Bulat Kustražić”
The House of Štěpánek de Taurow is an ancient Czech noble house. The first recorded ancestor was Štěpánek z Protivína († c. 1434) who is transcribed as Stephani de Protiwin and Štěpánek z Netolic († c. 1447) both of whom are the first bearers of the name Štěpánek in the area from where the nobleContinue reading “House of Štěpánek de Taurow”
The House of Loužecký z Louzku (German: Lausecker von Lusek or Lauseker von Lusek) is one of the oldest Czech noble houses evidenced by numerous historical sources. The parent house of this family was the House of Bavor, lords of Strakonice. The heraldic legend of the house says it was one branch of the RurikidContinue reading “House of Loužecký z Louzku”
The following is an interview with His Illustrious Highness Jacob, Prince of the Vlachs, which was conducted by Cecilia Shirley Lim, a Chinese Catholic author of the book “Kingdom Ecclesia” and newly appointed diplomatic representative of the Principality of Vlachia to the Republic of Singapore. Your Illustrious Highness, could you begin this interview by tellingContinue reading “Interview with H. I. H. Jacob, Prince of the Vlachs”
The Provisional Vlach Statutes shall constitute the entirety of state law until the first session of the Supreme Council is sworn into office following the first General Election and the Vlach Statues are set as the law of the Principality of Vlachia. §1. The Articles of the Provisional Government of the Principality of Vlachia shallContinue reading “Provisional Vlach Statutes”
Preamble Chapter I: The Principality Chapter II: The Prince Chapter III: The General Rights and Obligations Chapter IV: The Supreme Council Chapter V: The Government Chapter VI: The Courts Chapter VII: The Community and Administration Chapter VIII: Maintenance of the Constitution Chapter IX: Final Provisions PREAMBLE The Vlachs are a historic European people which originateContinue reading “Constitution of the Principality of Vlachia”
Three Main Lineages of Royal & Noble Descent His Illustrious Highness Jacob, Prince of the Vlachs has three main royal and noble lineages two of which are maternal and one of which is paternal. The first through his maternal grandfather is the House of Bulat of which he is the sole inheritor and which isContinue reading “Ancient Ancestry of H. I. H. Jacob, Prince of the Vlachs”
Preamble and History I. Princely House of Bulat Article 1: Of the House and Membership Article 2: Titles, Heraldry and Patrons of the House Article 3: Citizenship Article 4: Register Article 5: Adoption and Extramarital Issue Article 6: Coming of Age Article 7: Marriage Article 8: Disciplinary Measures Against Members of the Princely House ArticleContinue reading “Constitution of the Princely House of Bulat”
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. Amen. We, Prince Ivan Frankopan, Prince of Krk, Prince of Modruš, Prince of Cetina and Prince of Klis and further Ban of Dalmatia and Croat give to see to every man whom it pertains by our open charter, that good and honest menContinue reading “Law for the Vlachs of Cetina (1436)”
Allow me to welcome you to the Principality of Vlachia which as a principality is a sovereign subject in international law made as the first ethnic state of the Vlachs in history. It was my goal to create a vehicle through which I would preserve the historical legacy and unique identity of my people, whichContinue reading “Word of the Prince”
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