The Patricians in Ancient Rome were originally a group of ruling class families, by the time of the Eastern Roman Empire the title become less important in rank. In Pavlov the title of Patrician is similar to the title of Baronet in the United Kingdom. The title of Baronet has historically always been used by Monarchs as a means to raise funds for their nation.
Donations at the level of Patrician includes the following:
The title of Baron was in Pavlov usually gifted to minor statesmen and leaders of small plots of Land joining the Empire. The title of Baron is an internationally recognisable Peerages and as such one of the most ideal gifts for someone who already has everything.
Donations at the level of Baron includes the following:
The word viscount comes from Old French visconte, itself from Latin vicecomitem, vice- "deputy" + Latin comes (originally "companion": Roman imperial courtier or trusted appointee). Viscount is not a traditional Pavlovian title but was established especially between the ranks of Baron and Count as a means to raise funds.
Donations at the level of Viscount includes the following: