Apollian Honours

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Apollian Honours consist of Honours, Royal Honours and Medals. All Honours cannot be purchase, stated in the Honours Act 1900. Reginald I with Members of HM The Royal Council and The Master of Honours, the 1st Earl of Salter created all of the Apollian Honours.

Fount of Honour

The Monarch is Fount of Honour (Latin: fons honorum) of Apollo, who by virtue of his or her official position, has the exclusive right of conferring legitimate Honours to other persons.

List of the Fount of Honour

1st January 1900 - 16th August 1978 Reginald I

16th August 1978 - 18th May 1993 Edward I

18th May 1993 - Ann I

Appointment of Honour

The Monarch if the Sovereign of all of the Apollian Honours, Royal Honours and Medals. Appointment of Honour is granted to the Monarch, Heir Apparent and the Monarch's eldest daughter.

The Most Noble Order of the Star

Appointment of Honour for the Most Noble Order of the Star is granted to the Heir Apparent.

List of the Prince/Princess of the Most Noble Order of the Star

1st January 1930 - 16th August 1978 His Royal Highness Prince Edward

16th August 1978 - 18th May 1993 Her Royal Highness Princess Ann

18th May 1993 - His Royal Highness Prince Paul

The Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe

Appointment of Honour for the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe is granted to the Monarch's eldest daughter. If the Monarch does not have a daughter the Appointment of Honour goes to the Monarch's son.

List of the Princess / (Prince) of the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe

1st January 1930 - 16th August 1978 His Royal Highness Prince Edward

16th August 1978 - 18th May 1993 Her Royal Highness Princess Ann

18th May 1993 - Her Royal Highness Princess Gabrielle

Investiture Day

Investiture Day is when an individual who has been awarded a Honour receives their Honour from the Monarch. Currently Investiture Day is on 1st January.

Honours

In Apollo there are four Apollian Honours.

The Most Noble Order of the Star

The Order is rewarded for outsanding services to Apollo and the Monarchy.

The Most Noble Order of the Star
Type The Most Noble Order
Eligibility Members of Royal Family & HM The Government
Awarded for Outstanding service to Kingdom of Apollo
Status Currently constituted
Statistics
Established 1900
First awarded 1901
Total awarded
Precedence
Next (higher) First
Next (lower) The Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe


Members are styled Sir/Dame of the Most Noble Order of the Star.

The Heir Apparent is the Prince/Princess of the Most Noble Order of the Star.

Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Star Ann I

Prince of the Most Noble Order of the Star His Royal Highness Prince Paul


The Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe

The Order is rewarded for outsanding services to Apollo.

The Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe
Type The Most Noble Order
Eligibility Members of HM The Government
Awarded for Outstanding service to Kingdom of Apollo
Status Currently constituted
Statistics
Established 1900
First awarded 1901
Total awarded
Precedence
Next (higher) The Most Noble Order of the Star
Next (lower) Order of the Moon


Members are styled Sir/Dame of the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe.

The Monarch's eldest daugther is the Princess of the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe.

Sovereign of the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe Ann I

Princess of the Most Noble Order of the Sky and Universe Her Royal Highness Princess Gabrielle

Order of the Oceans

The Order is rewarded for distinguished service in or for the promotion of conservation.

Recipients are entitle to add the suffix OO after their name.

Sovereign of the Order of the Oceans Ann I


Order of the Moon

The Order is rewarded for distinguished service in science, art, literature, sport or the promotion of culture.

Recipients are entitle to add the suffix OM after their name.

Sovereign of the Order of the Moon Ann I

Royal Honours

Only Royalty are entitled to receive Royal Honours. There are two Royal Honours, which are Royal House Order and Royal Family Order. Royal Honours are granted by the Monarch.

Royal House Orders

Royal House Orders are given to Members of the Royal Family who are born or marry into the Royal Family to officially recognise their Membership to the Royal House. Members of the Royal Family receives their Royal House Order one the day when their are born or marry into the Royal Family.


List of Royal House Orders

1900 - 1978 The Most Noble Order of the House of Lynn OHL

1978- The Most Noble Order of the House of Mulberry OHM

The Most Noble Order of the Royal House of Mulberry
Type Royal House Order
Eligibility Members of the Royal Family
Awarded for Officially recognise membership to the Royal House
Status Currently consituted
Statistics
Established 1978
First awarded 1978
Total awarded 10
Precedence
Next (higher) N/A
Next (lower) N/A

Royal Family Orders

Royal Family Orders are granted to female Members of the Royal Family for personal services to the Monarch. Royal Family Orders are awarded at the Monarch's pleasure. Members are styled Member of the Royal Family Order of (Monarch's Name)


List of Royal Family Orders

The Royal Family Order of HM The King Reginald I

The Royal Family Order of HM The King Edward I

The Royal Family Order of HM The Queen Ann I

Medals

Medals are issued for Coronations and Jubilees.

Coronation Medals

1st January 1900 HM The King Reginald I Coronation Medal

1st September 1978 HM The King Edward I Coronation Medal

1st June 1993 HM The Queen Ann I Coronation Medal

Jubilees Medals

1st January 1925 HM The King Reginald I Silver Jubilee Medal

1st January 1950 HM The King Reginald I Golden Jubilee Medal

1st January 1960 HM The King Reginald I Diamond Jubilee Medal

1st January 1970 HM The King Reginald I Platinum Jubilee Medal

Also See

Kingdom of Apollo

Monarchy of the Kingdom of Apollo