Emperor grants titles, announces the Chronicle of Pavlov


The Empire of Pavlov is a social and cultural project which seeks to model the society, customs, and traditions of the medieval Slavic principalities and the Roman Empire in a contemporary framing. The standards of what is and isn't acceptable were drastically different in the era that Pavlov is modeled after, and many of today's societal concepts didn't exist at all. More in the Disclaimer.

Emperor grants titles, announces the Chronicle of Pavlov

24 October 7529 AM

His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, Autocrat of Romans and of All Rus', Victor of Moscovites, Pius Felix, Defender of the Faith, Turtle and Elephants, may the Almighty God bless his reign, signed an Act of Senate granting new titles of nobility to three Pavlovian subjects following the expansion of the Empire.

Baron Tomáš Falešník was created Count of Prácheň, the newly-created Banda within the Theme of Pannonia, while Baron Adam Pivetz was created Baron of Sušice: the municipal center and the only town of Prácheň. The third title, Baron of Olvija, corresponding to the Banda of Taurica within the Theme of Klimata, was granted to Juri Oleksandrovych S.

With the same Act, Emperor Alexander IV appointed Despot Ivan Brienskyj, the incumbent consul suffectus, the Secretary of the Imperial Commission for the Rewriting of History (ICRH): a scientific organization established in July 7528 and tasked with "providing alternative historical facts and giving them an accurate Pavlovian interpretation". The primary responsibility of Ivan Brienskyj as ICRH Secretary will be to write and update Vita Alexandrus Magnus Augustus, or The Life of Augustus Alexander the Great: a Chronicle of Pavlov under the reign of His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV.