Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote

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Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote
Orden des Hauses Burgardt-Cabote  (German)
Kautusan ng Kapulungan ng Burgardt-Cabote (Filipino)
Orden ti Balay ni Burgardt-Cabote (Ilocano)
Ordre de la maison de Burgardt-Cabote  (French)
Order Rodu Burgardt-Kabotów (Polish)
Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote Breast Star.svg
Breast star of the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote
Awarded by the
Shield of arms of Charles Burgardt.svg
Head of the House of Burgardt-Cabote
and Prince of Burgardt-Cabote
TypeDynastic order of merit
Established20 October 2020
Royal houseBurgardt-Cabote
MottoFortitudo per humilitatem
CriteriaThe highest degree of merit, an outstanding level of talent and service, or an exceptional contribution to the House of Burgardt-Cabote
StatusCurrently constituted
FounderKing Charles, 1st Prince of Burgardt-Cabote
Grand MasterKing Charles, 1st Prince of Burgardt-Cabote
GradesKnight
Statistics
First induction20 October 2020
Last induction1 January 2023
Total inductees27
Precedence
Next (higher)None; highest (in Sayville)
Order of Cultural Merit (in Cheskgariya-Litvania; unofficially)[a]
Order of Greater Islip (in Greater Islip)
Next (lower)Order of the Sayvillian Crown (in Sayville)
Order of the Cheskgariyan Throne (in Cheskgariya-Litvania; unofficially)[b]
Order of Great River (in Greater Islip)

Ribbon bar of the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote

The Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote is a dynastic order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote established on 20 October 2020 by King Charles, 1st Prince of Burgardt-Cabote.[1] The Order is the House's sole – and most prestigious – honor. Knighthoods in the Order are bestowed upon ten individuals per calendar year at the discretion of the Order's grand master (i.e. the Prince, and Head of the House, of Burgardt-Cabote) to recognize "The highest degree of merit, an outstanding level of talent and service, or an exceptional contribution to the House of Burgardt-Cabote." The Order is commonly used by the House to honor those associated with the realms they reign over, given the relative lack of state-sanctioned honors there.

Recipients

Knighthoods in the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote have been bestowed twenty-seven times since the Order's establishment in 2020. Originally restricted to three people per calendar year, a proclamation issued in 2022 increased the limit to ten.[2][c] Knights of the Order hail from diverse backgrounds, from monarchs and heads of government to common citizens and non-micronational figures.

2020

2021

  • Connor Cutolo (18 April 2021)[11]

2022

2023

Notes and references

Notes
  1. Unlike Sayville and Greater Islip, Cheskgariya-Litvania does not include dynastic honors in its national honors system. However, the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote is customarily ranked above the Order of the Cheskgariyan Throne and below the Order of Cultural Merit on an unofficial basis.
  2. See note above.
  3. Under special circumstances, this limit may be exceeded at the Grand Master's discretion.
References
  1. Charles Burgardt, "Decree on Establishing the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote" (2020), https://docs.google.com/document/u/0/d/1InCUhUd1bjxkZnj_9P-Sl2Ij5f0dkpi9hY89svv-124/.
  2. Charles Burgardt, "A Proclamation to Amend the Family Law of the House of Burgardt-Cabote" (2022), https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LxwR38HyPXt2tCXfPTVmqkAcFHSVHLVIGJ5NpzWrAsk/edit?usp=sharing.
  3. Charles Burgardt, "Bestowal of Knighthoods in the Order of the Sayvillian Lion and the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote" (2020), https://ibb.co/bNrHk56.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Ibid.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Ibid.
  10. Ibid.
  11. Charles Burgardt, "A Proclamation on the Induction of the Hon. Connor Cutolo into the Order of the House of Burgardt-Cabote" (2021), https://docs.google.com/document/d/10OHqzxgudJ5a0_hiUXh3eYfRRzhUzLt1u0GLiBDcxb4/edit?usp=sharing.
  12. Charles Burgardt, "A Proclamation on the Bestowal of New Year Honors" (2021), https://docs.google.com/document/d/1G8PEUapPflmz-4MNTyYjtzBwvM_skmT6ajWX-xXT224/edit?usp=sharing.
  13. Burgardt, "A Proclamation to Amend the Family Law."
  14. Ibid.
  15. Ibid.
  16. Ibid.
  17. Ibid.
  18. Ibid.
  19. Ibid.
  20. Ibid.
  21. Ibid.
  22. Ibid.
  23. Ibid.
  24. Charles Burgardt, “A Proclamation on the Bestowal of New Year Honors” (2023), https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jEGuVAiuXDBKsgqUyh8YQzzmkx8VHVHe02JuPUv0T8k/edit?usp=sharing.
  25. Ibid.
  26. Ibid.
  27. Ibid.
  28. Ibid.
  29. Ibid.