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Prince (Umbria)


According to the third article of the Umbrian constitution, the heir of the umbrian throne must be of the Iron dyinasty and the first on the succession line is the older child of the sovereign, such right is passed on the linear descendants of the heir if it dies or otherwise unable to rule. If no descendant of the older child is able to rule, then the rights passes on the second older child and so on. If no descendant of the previous ruler is available then the right passer on the siblings, from the older to the younger, in the same pattern. If no descendant of any sibling is able to rule then the ruler can appoint an heir as long it is from the Iron dynasty. If the prince dies without an heir, then the Great and General Council votes the next ruler among the living members of the Iron dynasty.

Also, the heir must be crowned in each march separately.


The prince must collaborate and negotiate with the local institutions of the marches to make the laws. Also is expected to be the military leader of the realm, personally leading the armies when the times of war come.

Nobility, Hereditary
The title was created with the first draft of the Umbrian constitution.
Length of Term
Until unable to rule
First Holder
Berengar the first
Current Holders
Past Holders
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