Order of St. Thora
|Order of St. Thora|
Seal of the Order of St. Thora
|Awarded by the monarch of the Archduchy of Mimas|
|Type||Dynastic order of knighthood|
|Established||10 May 2015|
|Motto||Convivii Sancta Thorae ("Banquet of Saint Thora")|
|Awarded for||Distinguished work in the service of human rights and understanding|
|Founder||Archduke Christoph II|
|Grand Master||Victor Lárbro, 1st Duke of Nido d'Angelo|
|Chancellor||Sir Brian Helwater|
Ribbon of the Order of St. Thora
The Most Ancient Order of Sankt Thora is a Mimasian order of knighthood established in 2015 by Archduke Christoph II. It recognises distinguished work in the service of human rights and understanding. It was first founded as an international prize between micronationalists but soon evolved into a chivalric order. The present monarch, Archduke Christoph II is the sovereign of the order.
Admission remains at the discretion of the monarch after consulting the knights of the order. The honoured individuals may use the styles of the order and the post-nominal letters.
Officers and grades
The reigning monarch is at the apex of the Order of St. Thora as its Sovereign, followed by the Grand Master. Below the Grand Master is one officer: the Chancellor. The styles of knighthood are not used by members of the royal family or peers of the uppermost ranks in Mimasian society, except for when a person's name is written in it's fullest form and would present all titles, styles and honours.
|Grades of the Order of Saturn|
List of officers
The current officers of the Order of St. Thora are:
- H.E First Consul Clém Sanders of the Consulat of Surland - 2016
- Sir Brian Helwater - 2019
- H.M Dhrubajyoti Roy of Vishwamitra - 2020