Royal Order of the Knights of Stanislaus
|Royal Order of the Knights of Stanislaus|
Order Św. Stanisława, Biskupa i Męczennika
|Awarded by the |
Monarchy of Cheskgariya-Litvania
|Established||4 March 2021|
|Eligibility||All royalty, heads of state, nobility.|
|Awarded for||for distinguished service and highest achievements for the Commonwealth.|
|Co-Grand Master||Frederick Stanislaus Augustus|
|First induction||2 July 2021|
|Last induction||14 November 2022|
|Next (higher)||None (highest)|
|Next (lower)||Order of the White Eagle|
Ribbon of the Order.
The Royal Order of the Knights of Stanislaus or more formally, the Royal Order of the Knights of Saint Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr, is the highest federal chivalric order of the Cheskgariyan-Litvanian Commonwealth. Established on 4 March 2021 as the Order of the Crown of Cheskgariya and Litvania, the order is restricted to foreign royalty, heads of state, and nobility and shall only be conferred on the pleasure of the co-monarchs of the nation. It is limited to 3 inductions per year. The Order derives its name from Stanislaus of Szczepanów, a Polish Catholic bishop of the 12th century, who was killed by King Boleslaus II the Generous in a political feud. It is also partly a micronational revival of the 18th century Polish order|.
The Order is a single-grade order and the recipients of the order are referred to as a Knights or Ladies of the order while foreign monarchs who are recipients of the order are known as Stranger Knights or Ladies. Recipients are entitled to bear the post-nominals of KS irrespective of the grade of conferment.
The insignia of the ribbon bar of the Royal Order of the Knights of Stanislaus.
The Order's insignia is a red Maltese cross, interspersed with crowned white eagles, and crowned itself by the Crown of Boleslaus the Brave, the federal crown of the Commonwealth. Inside the cross is a central shield bearing the initials CL (Cheskgariya-Litvania), circumscribed by the Order's motto, Coeliti Sublimia Dantur, roughly translating to "heaven belongs to the sublime" or "heaven gives to the sublime". The year of the Order's institution, 2022, is also inscribed on the shield.
|Insignia||Sash with Badge|
Members ex-officio of the order
|The King of Cheskgariya||GWE KSS SDM GSM GCC||Co-Grand Master since 2021||21|
|The King of Litvania||GWE KSS SDM GSM GCC GCLR||Co-Grand Master since 2021||20|
|Charles of the Sayvillians||KS WE SDM CCM CLR||2 July 2021||Knight||21|
|Dhrubajyoti Roy, Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra||KS WE SDM CCM GCLR||2 July 2021||Knight||21|
|Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia||none||14 November 2022||Knight||32|
|Cloe, Sovereign Princess of Sancratosia||none||14 November 2022||Lady|
|Abrams, King of Ikonia||none||14 November 2022||Knight||17|
|Carson||KS SDM||14 November 2022||Knight||20|
|Jayden I, King of Novus Hierosolymis||KS CCM||14 November 2022||Knight||15|
|Alexander I, High King of Mediolaurentia||none||14 November 2022||Knight||18|
|Benedikte X, Queen of Queensland||none||14 November 2022||Lady||19|
|Albert, King of Queensland||none||19 November 2022||Knight||20|
|Sander II, King of Revalia||KS WE SDM||14 November 2022||Knight|
- Secular name
- Less used, religiously-connoted name.
- Honours Reform Act 2022. HM Stationery Office, Loravia. Accessed 19 November 2022.
- Conferrals dated 14 November 2022 were replacements for the Order of the Crown of Cheskgariya and Litvania, and hence are all dated the same, despite originally different confferal dates.