|House||House of Vatazides|
|Born||22 December 2005|
Despotissa Theologia is an Imvrassian princess, member of the Imperial House of Imvrassia.
In the Greek alphabet, the time is written as Θεολογία which is properly transliterated as Theologia. Possible etymology and/or what the name means: "One who talks about god or deals with theology". It comes from the words God+say which mean "the one who rules, who dominates, the supreme being and I speak, I narrate orally".
Her Highness has not yet played an active role in the political life of the State, but she has been appointed as a member of the Privy Council and as a minister without a portfolio of the government. After the Karno-Ruthenian Imperial Decree n. 106-2017, Theologia as a member of the House of Imvrassia holding Argadian citizenship was granted the title of Princess of Argadia. On 30 November 2018 the Crown according to the new policy of the titles of nobility, awarded her the title of Patrikia. Also Her Highness has been appointed as Eponymous Archontissa of the Province of Koumaradia (until her promotion to the rank of Sebastokrateira). By royal decree on 8 June 2019, she was promoted to the title of Zoste Patrikia. Following Argadia's independence, the titles of the members of the House within Karnia-Ruthenia were abolished. After the upgrade of Argadia to Kingdom, the new Monarch gave to the members of the House the title of Prince and Princess of Argadia, but these titles were nulled after the union of Argadia with Imvrassia. By Imperial Decree on 22 August 2021 she was promoted to the rank of Sebastokrateira and at the same day she was appointed as Eponymous Archontissa of the Province of Ionisia. By Imperial Degree on 16 January 2022 Her Highness was promoted to the rank of Despotissa. On 18 February 2022, Her Highness resigned from the office of Eponymous Archontissa of Ionisia and was re-appointed as Eponymous Archontissa of the Province of Koumaradia.
Her Highness, Despotissa Theologia of Imvrassia.
Η Αυτή Υψηλότης η Δεσπότισσα Θεολογία της Ιμβρασίας.