House of Kârjasary

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House of Kârjasary
Royal Arms of Sabia and Verona.png
Country Sabia and Verona
Titles King of the Valtirians
Duke of Evra
Duke of Monesari
Current head O. Mon Karjasari, Countess of Seoux
Founding Unknown
Ethnicity Mestizo • Valtirians

The House of Karjasari (Sabian: agsidái Karjasaro; Sabian pronunciation /kaɾʝaˈsaːɾi/), more commonly spelt in the Middle Sabian form, Kârjasary, is a prominent family and house of electors from Sabia and Verona and the Valtir Sector, and the current ruling house of the Kingdom of Sabia and Verona. In the past, the family has held many important places in the Valtir Sector and has ruled many nations in the area. Up until 2014 the Kârjasary were rulers of Lycem, but the nation lost its independence and the Lycene monarchy was disestablished when the country became a part of Sabia and Verona. Since 2015, the only member of the family living in the Valtir is Runa-Lisandra Bartolucci.


Kârjasary is a Middle Sabian word, meaning "through the peaks", or more accurately, "through some peaks". It's the paucal perlative form of kâr, a now obsolete word derived from the Old Sabian word for "mountain", kârê. The Modern Sabian spelling of the name is Karjasari; the original meaning of the word is no longer present following the Winter Reform; it would now be rendered as bariotu (a plural perlative form of baro, as the paucal number was eliminated).



The Karjasari family traces its descent from Navarre Basques who emigrated to Argentina in the late XIX century. The line arrived in Argentina with Ħandovu Betronavái Karjasari, father of Ħammartínn Mariavái (born 1887), who in turn was father of Ħankarlo Nedavái (1923–2007). Ħankarlo was married to Teria Margretavái Groxi, a Corrientes-born typist, descendent of Brazilian gaúchos from Rio Grande do Sul. After settling down in Buenos Aires, Ħankarlo and Groxi had a daughter; Mon Teriavái. Due to the hardships of the Argentine economy, Ħankarlo chose to move the family to Venezuela, country which at the time posed as an attractive destination for dissidents of other South American countries with dictatorships.

In Venezuela, Ħankarlo worked as a math teacher. The marriage produced a second daughter, Koda Batriš Teriavái. Koda's poor health forced the Karjasari to move back to Argentina in the 1970's. Mon Teriavái pursued a career in biology in Buenos Aires, while Koda followed her sister's steps a few years later at in Venezuela.

Ħankarlo and Teria separated in the 1980's. Ħankarlo remained in Buenos Aires, while she moved with Koda to Germany in the 1990's. Teria died in 2001. Koda had two children in the years that followed: Tarik, her firstborn, was born in Germany in 1999; Kaj in 2007, the year Ħankarlo died.


Ducal arms of the House of Kârjasary, used by .

The family began its involvement in micronationalism in 2011 when Tarik, alongside a group of fellow students founded the Republic of Cizland in what is now the Valtir Sector. The family became the ruling house of the Holy Dussesh Empire after the collapse of Cizland, and shortly after they held titles in Montblanc and the Berinese Confederation, neither of which lasted much. Similar cases happened in Montriac, where the family ruled through Mon's husband, Kodié (under the regnant name of Claudio I) while Tarik served as Prime Minister. In 2012 the Berinese Empire was founded, and again the family held important titles, as happened subsequently in the Principality of Artaghe. Finally the creation of Lycem marked the end of the family's royalty, with the annexation of Lycem into Sabia and Verona.

In 2015, Tarik was crowned King of the Valtirians following the abdication of Queen Isadora, and the House of Karjasari became the ruling house of Sabia and Verona. Amidst the economic and social crisis in Venezuela, the members of the family living in Venezuela left for Argentina as part of the Haronos Plan, where they became reunited with Mon Teriavái. The Karjasari would then be involved in the establishment of the City of Alios, Sabia and Verona's new capital.


Hyphenation is a prevalent practice in Valtirian aristocratic tradition. As Karjasari is a major family name in the Kingdom, it traditionally comes first in hyphenated names. The Karjasari who claim their descent from Ħankarlo Nedavái Karjasari and Teria Margretavái Groxi are known as Karjasari Groxi. In 2017, King Tarik formalized this name by royal decree for all descendents of Ħankarlo and Teria.

  • Ħandovu Betronavái Karjasari
  • Maria Martininn
    • Ħammartínn Karjasari Mariavái (1887–?)
    • Neda Vasa (1902–1988)
      • Ħankarlo Nedavái Karjasari (1923–2007)
      • Teria Margretavái Groxi (1937–2002)


The family has held a multitude of titles thanks to the instability of the Valtir Sector. It has been the royal family of five nations in the sector, and in all of them several members of the main branch have not only been bestowed titles of high dignity but have also occupied important political offices.

In Sabia and Verona

  • King of the Valtirians, etc. (Tarik Kodavái; elected)
  • Duke of Evra (Tarik Kodavái)
  • Duke of Monesari (Kaj Kodavái)
  • Marquise of Arasi (Koda Batriš Teriavái)
  • Countess of Sainte-Bérénice (Runa Rosavái)
  • Countess of Seoux (Mon Teriavái)
  • Countess of Kotavari (Harái Runa Kodavái)
  • Baron Karjasari (Ħankarlo Nedavái) [posthumous]
  • Baroness Groxi (Teria Margretavái) [posthumous]


House of Kârjasary
Preceded by
House of Annenak
Ruling house of Sabia and Verona
since 2015
Succeeded by