Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin

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His Grace
Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin,
Duke of Lycaonia
Sovereign Prince of Montescano, Duke of Lycaonia, Prince of Pavlov, Count of West Frisia, Count of Nieuwendam, Baron of Ongal
Official portrait
Sovereign Prince of Montescano
Reign 29 May 2019 - present
Predecessor Throne established
Federal Prime Minister of Lostisland
In office 14 February 2015 - present
Predecessor Irina Sopas
Governor of Laranda
In office 28 May 2019 - present
Predecessor Office established
Governor of Seleucia ad Cilicia
In office 19 September - present
Office established
Spouse Marija S. (m. 2019)
House Tezdzhan-Smahin
Born 16 October 1994 (1994-10-16) (age 25)
Amsterdam, Kingdom of the Netherlands
Nationality Turkish, Crimean Tatar, Ruthenian, Phanariot, Bulgar, Polish
Religion Eastern Orthodox (Moscow Patriarchate)

Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Duke of Lycaonia is the incumbent Representative of Theodosiopolis and Governor of Laranda and Seleucia ad Cilicia in the Empire of Austenasia, the Sovereign Prince of Montescano and Federal Prime Minister of Lostisland. He has held several other governmental positions in numerous other micronations.

In Austenasia

Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin opened negotiations on 19 February 2019 with Emperor Jonathan I on the prospect of joining Austenasia. After discussions on the form of administrative division Theodosiopolis would be, it was annexed as a Town by an Act of Parliament. On 15 April 2019 Dionisiy was appointed Chief Herald of Austenasia by Imperial Decree, the Chief Herald shall issue advice to the Monarch regarding heraldry, oversee the actual design and creation of representations of coats of arms, and to - with the consent of the Monarch - record, grant, recognise, regulate and deny usage of coats of arms. On 28 May 2019 a large piece of land under the ownership of Dionisiy was ceded to the Empire as the Territory of Laranda, and a second was ceded as the Territory of Seleucia ad Cilicia on 19 September later that year. Dionisiy founded the Fatherland Party in April 2019.

In Pavlov

Since the end of the Pavlov crisis, the then House of Karapavlovič has been operating a House in Exile, and numerous proposals were delivered by the former citizens to reestablish Pavlov. The House in Exile, and in particular the Emperor, and the Federal Government of Lostisland developed amicable relations, however up to 14 September 2014 a compromise was never reached. On this day the House of Karapavlovič asserted sovereignty over the antarctic claims of the former Grand Principality of Snezhanopol and the state was within minutes recognized by the Federal Republic of Lostisland.[1][2]

Dionisiy has been criticised by many for his Autocratic and (religiously) conservative policies, however he was being praised by the Pavlovian citizens. With them in 2015 - while still Grand Prince - deciding to grant to him the titles of Imperator and Augustus,[3] he reformed the Grand Principality into the Empire of Pavlov. During his reign, Pavlov co-hosted multiple events in the russophone micronation community, a constitution was passed and national symbols were developed. In October 2016 he unified all territories under his reign (with the exception of Gaston) into the then Empire of Pavlov, with various states joining the Empire becoming Themes.

Dionisiy developed Pavlov up to a level that it could have been classified as a historical simulation of the medieval Rus principalities, Russia under Ioann Grozny, and the Roman Empire. as such, he reintroduced the Oprichnina[4] and the Julian Calendar.[5] He also officially supported the Flat Earth theory in his capacity as Emperor, and enforced many bans, such as on atheism, shaving, and communism.

Other micronational activity

Dionisiy has been involved in numerous other Micronational projects such as Ashukovo, Hasanistan and Nedland.

Titles, Styles and Honours

Styles of
HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy
Montescano-GCoA.png
Reference style His Serene Highness
Spoken style Your Serene Highness
Alternative style Sire, Monsieur le Prince

Titles and styles

  • 16 October 1994 - July 2012: Deniz T.
  • July 2012 - March 2013: His Majesty Deniz II, by the Grace of God, King of the Pavlovians (Pavlov)
  • March 2013 - April 2013: His Serene Highness Deniz, Prince of Pavlov, Prime Minister of Lostisland (Lostisland)
  • April 2013 - September 2014: Deniz T.
    • April 2013 - September 2013: De jure to Supporters of the April Coup: His Majesty Deniz II, by the Grace of God, King of the Pavlovians (Pavlov)
  • September 2014 - October 2014: His Royal Highness Deniz, by the Grace of God, Grand Prince of Pavlov (Pavlov)
  • October 2014 - December 2014: His Imperial Highness Deniz, by the Grace of God, Grand Prince of Pavlov, Caesar of Rome (Pavlov)
  • December 2014 - February 2017: His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, by the Grace of God, Emperor and Autocrat of all-Pavlov, the Romans and the Entire-East, Semper Augustus, Shahanshah with the glory of Solomon of Hasanistan, King of Gaston, of Nazir, etc. etc. etc. (Pavlov)
  • December 2014 - February 2017: His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, To Christ Our God Faithful, Tsar and Grand Prince of all Pavlov, of All, the Great, the Little, the White and the Pavlovian Rus’ Autocrat, etc. etc. etc. (Pavlov)
  • February 2015 - Present: His Serene Highness Denys, Prince of Pavlov, Prime Minister of Lostisland (Lostisland)
  • March 2019 - May 2019: Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Count of West Frisia (Austenasia)
  • May 2019 - Present: Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Duke of Lycaonia (Austenasia)
  • May 2019 - Present: His Serene Highness Dionisiy, Sovereign Prince of Montescano, Count of Nieuwendam, Sovereign in the Sacred Military Order of St. Demetrios (Montescano)

Full style

His Grace Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Sovereign Prince of Montescano, Duke of Lycaonia, Prince of Pavlov, Count of West Frisia, Count of Nieuwendam, Baron of Ongal, Sovereign in the Sacred Military Order of St. Demetrios, Co-Grand Master of the Order of the White Pigeon, Knight of Virtue in the Glorious Order of St. John, Knight in the Order of the Wildebeest, Knight in the Order of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Officer in the Order of the Gold Lion, Knight in the Order of St. Naum of Ohrid, Knight in the Order of Zealandia.

Noble titles

Austenasian noble titles:

  • Flag of Austenasia.png Duke of Lycaonia
  • Flag of Austenasia.png Count of West Frisia

Montescanesque royal/noble titles:

  • Montescano-Flag.png Sovereign Prince of Montescano
  • Montescano-Flag.png Count of Nieuwendam

Foreign noble titles:

  • Lostislandflag.jpg Prince of Pavlov
  • ONGAL FLAG.jpg Baron of Ongal

Honours

Austenasian honours:

Montescanesque honours:

  • Montescano-Flag.png Sovereign in the Sacred Military Order of St. Demetrios

Foreign honours:

Ancestry

Descent from Genghis Khaan

Evidence suggests that Dionisiy is likely to be descended from Genghis Khaan through Adil Çoban Girey, the son of the illegitimate son of Fetih I Giray, Khan of Crimea.

Descent from Genghis Khaan via the Crimean Khans

  1. Temüjin, Supreme Khan of all the Mongols (b. 1162)
  2. Jochi, Khan of the Golden Horde (b. 1182)
  3. Orda, Khan of the White Horde (b. 1206)
  4. Sartaqtay
  5. Köche, Khan of the White Horde
  6. Bayan, Khan of the White Horde
  7. Sasibuqa, Khan of the White Horde
  8. Ilbasan, Khan of the White Horde
  9. Chimtay, Khan of the White Horde
  10. Tokhtamysh, Khan of the Golden Horde
  11. Timurtash, Ruler of Crimea
  12. Gyas al-Din, Ruler of Crimea
  13. Haci I Giray, Khan of Crimea (b. 1397)
  14. Meñli I Giray, Khan of Crimea (b. 1445)
  15. Mubarak Bey
  16. Devlet I Giray, Khan of Crimea (b. 1502)
  17. Fetih I Giray, Khan of Crimea (b. 1558)
  18. Devlet Çoban Giray
  19. Adil Çoban Giray, Khan of Crimea (b. 1617)
  20. Selamet Çoban (b. 1648)
  21. Mehmed Çoban (b. 1681)
  22. Fetih Çoban (b. 1719)
  23. Saadet Çoban (b. 1746)
  24. Fetih Çoban (b. 1788)
  25. Selamet Çoban (b. 1811)
  26. Devlet Çoban (b. 1844)
  27. Adil Muhammed Çoban Bey (b. 1871)
  28. Kashif Tezdzhan
  29. Lord Kemal Tezdzhan
  30. Lord Resad Tezdzhan, Baron of Buikslotermeer
  31. HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy (born 1994)

Descent from the Capetians

Evidence suggests that Dionisiy is likely to be descended from Hugh Capet through Lord Jehan Feschotte (I), the son of the Marie de Châtillon, Viscountess of Blaigny. As Emperor Jonathan I is also descended from Robert I of the Franks, this makes Dionisiy and Jonathan I thirty-second cousins eight times removed.

Descent from Hugh Capet

  1. Lambert, Count of Hesbaye
  2. Robert, Duke of Neustria
  3. Thuringbert, Count of Hesbaye (b. 735)
  4. Robert II, Count of Worms
  5. Robert III, Count of Worms (b. 800)
  6. Robert the Strong (b. 830)
  7. Robert I, King of the Franks (b. 866)
  8. Hugh, Count of Paris (b. 898)
  9. Hugh Capet, King of the Franks (b. 939)
  10. Robert II, King of the Franks (b. 972)
  11. Henry I, King of the Franks (b. 1008)
  12. Philip I, King of the Franks (b. 1052)
  13. Louis VI, King of the Franks (b. 1081)
  14. Robert I, Count of Dreux (b. 1123)
  15. Robert II, Count of Dreux (b. 1154)
  16. Robert III, Count of Dreux (b. 1185)
  17. Robert de Dreux, Viscount of Beu (b. 1217)
  18. Isabelle de Dreux (b. 1264)
  19. Guy de Châtillon, Viscount of Blaigny (b. 1305)
  20. Gaucher de Châtillon, Viscount of Blaigny (b. 1325)
  21. Marie de Châtillon, Viscountess of Blaigny (b. 1365)
  22. Lord Jehan Feschotte (I) (b. 1398)
  23. Lord Jehan Feschotte (II) (b. 1430)
  24. Lord Jehan Feschotte (III) (b. 1465)
  25. Michel Feschotte (b. 1510)
  26. Claude Feschotte (b. 1542)
  27. Lord Jean Bissot du Hommer (b. 1590)
  28. Hubert Biesot du Hommer (b. 1625)
  29. Jean Hubert Biesot du Hommer (b. 1655)
  30. Jacobus Biesot du Hommer (b. 1682)
  31. Petrus Biesot du Hommer (b. 1710)
  32. Jacobus Biesot du Hommer (b. 1735)
  33. Paulus Biesot du Hommer (b. 1777)
  34. Gerardus Biessot du Hommer-Feschotte (b. 1806)
  35. Gerardus Biessot du Hommer-Feschotte (b. 1841)
  36. Johannes Biessot du Hommer-Feschotte (b. 1868)
  37. Johanna Biessot du Hommer-Feschotte (b. 1910)
  38. Lady Johanna L., Baroness of Waterland
  39. Lady Alexandra Tezdzhan, Baroness of Buikslotermeer
  40. HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy (b. 1994)

Descent from the Eastern Roman Emperors

Evidence suggests that Dionisiy is likely to be descended from the Eastern Roman Emperors through Yevdokia Ivanovna, the daughter of Ivan III, Grand Prince of Moscow and Zoe Palaiologina.

Descent from Roman Emperors (Eastern)

  1. Alexios I, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1048)
  2. Theodora Komnene
  3. Andronikos Doukas Angelos
  4. Alexios III, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1153)
  5. Irene Komnene Angelina
  6. Theodora Angelina Palaiologina
  7. Michael VIII, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1223)
  8. Andronikos II, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1259)
  9. Michael IX, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1277)
  10. Andronikos III, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1297)
  11. John V, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1332)
  12. Manuel II, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (b. 1350)
  13. Thomas Palaiologos, Despot of the Morea (b. 1409)
  14. Zoe Palaiologina (b. 1449)
  15. Yevdokia Ivanovna (b. 1492)
  16. Anastasija Petrovna Tukajtimurova
  17. Ivan Fyodorovich Mstislavskij
  18. Anastasija Ivanovna Mstislavskaja
  19. Fyodor Simeonovich (b. 1574)
  20. Fyodor Fyodorovich (b. 1602)
  21. Mikhail Fyodorovich (b. 1639)
  22. Yevodkia Mikhailovich (b. 1673)
  23. Franciszek Lubomirski (b. 1707)
  24. Andrzej Lubomirski (b. 1743)
  25. Maria Lubomirska (b. 1780)
  26. Juliia Mazur (b. 1809)
  27. Nicolaas L. (b. 1853)
  28. Gerardus Johannes L. (b. 1881)
  29. Albertus Johannes L. (b. 1912)
  30. Lady Johannes L., Baron of Waterland
  31. Lady Alexandra Tezdzhan, Baroness of Buikslotermeer
  32. HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy (b. 1994)

Descent from Rurik

Evidence suggests that Dionisiy is likely to be descended from the Rurik through numerous lines via Ivan Fedorevich Mstislavskyj, the son of Fedor Mikhailovich Mstislavskyj and Anastasija Petrovna Tukaytimurova.

Descent from Rurik via the Princes of Smolensk

  1. Rurik (b. 850)
  2. Igor Rurikovich (b. 878)
  3. Sviatoslav Igorovich Rurikovich (b. 942)
  4. Vladimir the Great (b. 958)
  5. Jaroslav the Wise (b. 978)
  6. Vsevolod Jaroslavovich Rurikovich (b. 1030)
  7. Vladimir Monomakh (b. 1053)
  8. Mstislav Vladimirovich Rurikovich (b. 1076)
  9. Rostislav Mstislavovich Smolenskyj (b. 1108)
  10. Davyd Rostislavovich Smolenskyj (b. 1140)
  11. Mstislav Davydovich Smolenskyj (b. 1170)
  12. Rostislav Mstislavovich Smolenskyj (b. 1230)
  13. Gleb Rostislavovich Smolenskyj
  14. Aleksandr Glebovich Smolenskyj (b. 1297)
  15. Ivan Aleksandrovich Smolenskyj (b. 1313)
  16. Sviatoslav Ivanovich Smolenskyj (b. 1328)
  17. Agrippina Sviatoslavna Smolenskaja (b. 1352)
  18. Semen Ivanovich Golshanskyj (b. 1370)
  19. Yuri Semenovich Golshanskyj
  20. Ivan Yuriyevich Golshanskyj
  21. Juliana Ivanovna Golshanskaja
  22. Fyodor Mikhailovich Mstislavskij
  23. Ivan Fyodorovich Mstislavskij
  24. Anastasija Ivanovna Mstislavskaja
  25. Fyodor Simeonovich (b. 1574)
  26. Fyodor Fyodorovich (b. 1602)
  27. Mikhail Fyodorovich (b. 1639)
  28. Yevodkia Mikhailovich (b. 1673)
  29. Franciszek Lubomirski (b. 1707)
  30. Andrzej Lubomirski (b. 1743)
  31. Maria Lubomirska (b. 1780)
  32. Juliia Mazur (b. 1809)
  33. Nicolaas L. (b. 1853)
  34. Gerardus Johannes L. (b. 1881)
  35. Albertus Johannes L. (b. 1912)
  36. Lady Johannes L., Baron of Waterland
  37. Lady Alexandra Tezdzhan, Baroness of Buikslotermeer
  38. HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy (b. 1994)

and

Descent from Rurik via the Princes of Moscow

  1. Rurik (b. 850)
  2. Igor Rurikovich (b. 878)
  3. Sviatoslav Igorovich Rurikovich (b. 942)
  4. Vladimir the Great (b. 958)
  5. Jaroslav the Wise (b. 978)
  6. Vsevolod Jaroslavovich Rurikovich (b. 1030)
  7. Vladimir Monomakh (b. 1053)
  8. Yuri the Long-armed (b. 1090)
  9. Vsevolod the Big Nest (b. 1154)
  10. Jaroslav Vsevolodovich Rurikovich (b. 1191)
  11. Aleksandr Nevskyj (b. 1221)
  12. Daniil Aleksandrovich Rurikovich (b. 1261)
  13. Ivan Daniilovich Rurikovich (b. 1288)
  14. Ivan Ivanovich Rurikovich (b. 1326)
  15. Dmitry Ivanovich Rurikovich (b. 1350)
  16. Vasili Dmitryevich Rurikovich (b. 1371)
  17. Vasili Vasilyevich Rurikovich (b. 1415)
  18. Ivan Vasilyevich Rurikovich (b. 1440)
  19. Evdokia Ivanovna Rurikovich (b. 1492)
  20. Anastasija Petrovna Tukaytimurova
  21. Ivan Fyodorovich Mstislavskij
  22. Anastasija Ivanovna Mstislavskaja
  23. Fyodor Simeonovich (b. 1574)
  24. Fyodor Fyodorovich (b. 1602)
  25. Mikhail Fyodorovich (b. 1639)
  26. Yevodkia Mikhailovich (b. 1673)
  27. Franciszek Lubomirski (b. 1707)
  28. Andrzej Lubomirski (b. 1743)
  29. Maria Lubomirska (b. 1780)
  30. Juliia Mazur (b. 1809)
  31. Nicolaas L. (b. 1853)
  32. Gerardus Johannes L. (b. 1881)
  33. Albertus Johannes L. (b. 1912)
  34. Lady Johannes L., Baron of Waterland
  35. Lady Alexandra Tezdzhan, Baroness of Buikslotermeer
  36. HSH Sovereign Prince Dionisiy (b. 1994)

References

Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin
Royal titles
Preceded by
Throne established
Sovereign Prince of Montescano
29 May 2019 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Afonso I
King of Gastón
25 April 2013 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Noble titles
Preceded by
Title created
Duke of Lycaonia
2019 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Title created
Count of West Frisia
2019 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Title created
Prince of Negroponte
2015 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Title created
Marquis Karapavlovič
2015 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
Title created
Baron of Ongal
2016 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Oluğ Möxämmäd Khaan
Khan of the Golden Horde
14 October 2014 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent