Lomellinian Monarchy

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Prince of Lomellina

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Incumbent:
D. Guilherme I

Style Sua Alteza Real
Heir presumptive Alexandro da Lomellina e Berenguer
First monarch Ansaldo I da Lomellina
Formation c. 1200 (foundation)
6 August 2014 (secession)
Residence Castello di Valle (de jure)
Lomellina Consolato (de facto)

The Lomellian Monarchy also refered as the Crown of Lomellina or The Crown was the political institution of a Monarch in the Principality of Lomellina and it's Royal Family. It was founded arround the beginning of the 13rd Century with the birth of Ansaldo I da Lomellini, creating the House of Lomellini a powerfull and mighty Italian family.

The ruler D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer was crowned 6 August 2014 by the re-foundation of the principality along with his consort D. Tânya Correa D'Ornellas. Later after the events of the Lomellinian Revolt the crown was passed to Richard Abreo-Louis by illegal political actions.

The monarchs of Lomellina all came from a single ancestor, Vassalo da Lumello, but direct lines have sometimes ended. This has led to a variety of royal houses coming to rule Lomellina, though all having Lomellinian royal lineage. These houses were:

  • House of Lomellini (1200 - 1350)
  • House of Bartolomeo-Lomellini (1350 - 1501)
  • House of Luso-Lomelino (1501 - 1580)
  • House of Berenguer (2014).
  • House of Abreo-Louis (2014)

History

Foundation and the Lomellini family

Lomellina was founded arround the beginning of the 13rd Century at the birth of Ansaldo Lomellini, first born son of Vassalo da Lumello wich created the Lomellini Family. He began making good aliances with some of the most renowed family houses of Genoa and became merchants, shipowners and bankers. By the time of Ansaldo's death, Lomellina had control of all the Genoa Ships and Trading centers of Liguria making Lomellini, one of the most powerfull families in all Italy.

As the family wealth grown, Lomellina founded various villas arround Pavia, and founded the Lomellina Bank at Castelo di Valle. Centuries past, and the Lomellini family disapeared after the emigration of Jorge Lomellini and his uncle Urbano Lomellini to Madeira, a portuguese island. By the end of the 18th Century, all the Lomellini property were confiscated to the Kingdom of Italy ending their power.

Re-foundation as a principality

Later in 2011, a young man began a genealogical search for his ancestors that lasted 3 years until his discovery that he had Lomellini blood and started another search for his rights. And by the end of February, 2014, he inherited the Castello di Valle and started the Principality of Lomellina that was officialy founded in August 6, 2014, following by the claiming of three islands in Antarctica and a martian colony. Self-proclaimed SAR D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer, rules along with his consort D. Tanya Correa D'Ornellas.

Line of Succession

SAR D. Guilherme I


(*) - When the princess inherits the lomellinian throne, she can rule as a solo monarch.

List of Monarchs

House of Lomellini (1200 - 1350)

# Name Lifespan Reign start Reign end Notes House Image
1
Ansaldo I da Lomellini
The First
1240 - ? 1265  ? Throne established
Elder son of Vassalo da Lumello
Lomellini
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2
Simone I da Lomellini
The Merchant
1240 - ?  ? 1295 Son of Ansaldo I Lomellini
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3
Pietrino I and II da Lomellini
The Old
1280 - 1330
(aged 40)
1295 1330 Son of Simone I Lomellini
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House of Bartolomeo-Lomellini (1350 - 1501)

# Name Lifespan Reign start Reign end Notes House Image
4
Bartolomeo Lomellini I
The Shipowner
1300 - 1348
(aged 48)
1330 1348 Cousin of Pietrino I and II Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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5
Valerano Bartolomeo Lomellini II
The Banker
1330 - 1396
(aged 46)
1348 1396 Son of Bartolomeo Lomellini I Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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6
Cosmo III Bartolomeo Lomellini
The Visionairy
1360 - 1422
(aged 62)
1396 1422 Son of Valerano Bartolomeo Lomellini II Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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7
Bartolomeo IV Lomellini
The Captain
1392 - 1432
(aged 42)
1422 1432 Son of Cosmo III Bartolomeo Lomellini Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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8
Maria D'Agostino Negroni
The Lady
 ? - ? 1432  ? Consort of Bartolomeo IV Lomellini Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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9
Cosimo di Bartolomeo V Lomellini
The Young Prince
1420 - 1488
(aged 68)
 ? 1488 Son of Bartolomeo IV Lomellini Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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10
Giovan Batista I Lomellini
The Genovese
1450 - 1501
(aged 51)
1488 1501 Son of Cosimo di Bartolomeo V Lomellini Bartolomeo-Lomellini
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House of Luso-Lomelino (1501 - 1580)

# Name Lifespan Reign start Reign end Notes House Image
11
Jorge I Lomelino
The Portuguese
1480 - 1548
(aged 68)
1501 1548 Son of Giovan Batista I Lomellini Luso-Lomelino
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12
Ana I Lomelino
The Mad
1530 - 1580
(aged 50)
1548 1580 Daughter of Jorge I Lomelino Luso-Lomelino
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House of Berenguer (8 August 2014 - 1 December 2014)

# Name Lifespan Reign start Reign end Notes House Image
13
D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer
The One
1995 - present
(aged 19)
6 August 2014 1 December 2014 Descendent of Vassalo da Lumello Berenguer
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House of Abreo-Louis (1 December 2014 - 4 December 2014)

# Name Lifespan Reign start Reign end Notes House Image
14
Richard Abreo-Louis
The Constitutional
1994 - present
(aged 20)
1 December 2014 4 December 2014 Prince after the events of the Lomellinian Revolt Abreo-Louis
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See also