Nobility - Nobility By Nation

Nobility By Nation

A list of noble titles for different European countries can be found at Royal and noble ranks.

For the proper address of holders of these titles, see Royal and noble styles.
For the English Wikipedia category, see Category:Nobility by nation
  • Armenian nobility
  • Austrian nobility
  • Baltic nobility related to the modern area of Estonia and Latvia
  • Belgian nobility
  • Bohemian nobility
  • Brazilian nobility
  • British nobility
    • British peerage
      • English peerage
        • Welsh Peers
      • Scottish peerage
      • Irish peerage
      • Peerage of Great Britain
      • Peerage of the United Kingdom
  • Chinese nobility
  • Croatian nobility
  • Cuban nobility
  • Danish nobility
  • Dutch nobility
  • Egyptian nobility
  • Ethiopian Nobility
  • Fijian nobility
  • Filipino nobility
  • Finnish nobility
  • French nobility
  • German nobility
    • Freiherr
    • Graf
    • Junker
  • Hungarian nobility
  • Imperial Roman titles
    • Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy
  • Irish nobility
    • Chiefs of the Name
  • Italian nobility
  • Japanese nobility
  • Korean nobility
  • Lithuanian nobility
  • Malay nobility
  • Malagasy nobility
  • Maltese nobility
  • Mexican nobility
  • Mongolian nobility
  • Nigerian nobility
    • Emir
    • Oba
    • Obi
  • Norwegian nobility
  • Ottoman titles
  • Polish nobility
  • Polynesian nobility
  • Portuguese nobility
  • Romanian nobility
  • Russian nobility
    • Boyars
  • Samoan nobility
  • Serbian nobility
  • Spanish nobility
  • Swedish nobility
  • Switzerland nobility
  • Thai royal and noble titles

Read more about this topic:  Nobility

Other articles related to "nobility, nations, nobility by nation, by nation":

... The European Commission of the Nobility under the name CILANE ("Commission d'information et de liaison des associations nobles d'Europe") was established in 1959, April, foremost for the exchange of ... organisations represented in CILANE are private initiatives, particularly in nations where titles of nobility are no longer recognised and therefore unregulated by law ... The delegates represent their Nobility Associations at the CILANE for the following countries Belgium, France, Italy, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands, Papal Nobility ...
List Of Finnish Noble Families
... Families officially belonging to Finnish nobility have been introduced to the Finnish House of Nobility ... The remaining 119 families belong to untitled nobility ...
European Nobility - Nobility By Nation
... For the English Wikipedia category, see CategoryNobility by nation Armenian nobility Austrian nobility Baltic nobility related to the modern area of Estonia and Latvia ...
Seimas Of The Grand Duchy Of Lithuania - History
... Minsk 1 Total 40 The first traces of large nobility meetings can be found in the Treaty of Salynas of 1398 and the Union of Horodło of 1413 ... Soon influence of the nobility grew as Casimir's privileges released veldamas, dependent peasants, from their taxes to the state ... That meant a significant increase in nobility's revenue ...
Known Family Branches - Nobility - Lorber Von Lorberau
... Today, no descendants of the noble Lorber branches are known. ...

Famous quotes containing the words nation and/or nobility:

    The master minds of all nations, in all ages, have sprung in affluent multitude from the mass of the nation, and from the mass of the nation only—not from its privileged classes.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    And nobility will not be able to help you with your love; Love does not know how to cede to ancestral images.
    Propertius Sextus (c. 50–16 B.C.)