Prince of Artaghe

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Prince of Artaghe
Monarchy
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Arms of His Highness the Prince of Artaghe
Incumbent
Lucas

Style His Serene Highness
Heir presumptive Isabela, Hereditary Princess of Artaghe
First monarch Tarik
Formation 2012

Prince of Artaghe (Artaghean: Løfðingur åv Ártæg) is a symbolic title of nobility that once formally designated the constutional monarch of the now defunct Principality of Artaghe, a short-lived Valtir Sector micronation founded in 2012 by Tarik Kârjasary, who was the first Prince of Artaghe. The Artaghean word for Prince, løfðingur, is derived from the Icelandic word höfðingi, meaning "chief".

As the state religion of Artaghe, the Prince was initially required to be a member of the Church of Satan, a requirement that was retired after the dissolution of the Principality in October 2012. The Prince was also by virtue of their title Maestre of the Order of the Baphomet, a title that now belongs to the King of the Valtirians in Sabia and Verona.

After the dissolution of the Principality, the title was formally granted to Lucas Campos, Anax of Koss, who had ruled over Artaghe before the formation of the Union, in the times of the Kossian Empire.

Line of succession

The current line of succession is formed by the Prince's sister, as stipulated by the Prince himself. The only house in the line of succession is the House of Petria

Current Monarch: Lucas

  1. Isabela, Hereditary Princess of Artaghe

List of Princes

Name Portrait Reign Reign duration House Nation Claim
Tarik
Tarik Kodavái Karjasari
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8 August
2012
18 October
2012
2 months, 11 days House of Kârjasary Artaghe Founder of the Principality of Artaghe
Lucas
Lucas Campos
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18 October
2012
present 6 years, 7 months, 7 days House of Petria Koss Title ceded by former Prince