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King of Kamenia
Tsar of Kamenia
Monarchy
Kamenian Coat of Arms Infobox
Sergey Sidorsky Speaking in Russia
Incumbent
Peter IV

since January 19, 1996
StyleBy the Grace of God
ResidencePalace of Crnojević
Skadar, Kamenia
Term lengthLife
Inaugural holderMašut I (as Vladika)
FormationJune 22, 1913
DeputyMatija Nikolajević
(President-Minister)

The Monarchy of Kamenia is a consitution, hereditary institution whose incumbent is the head of state of the Kingdom of Kamenia. Titled natively as the Tsar of Kamenia (Kamenian: Тсар Кменсја), the insitution remains agnatic primogeniture (where the position of Tsar can be held only by males), and all titleholders are maternal descendants from the first sovereign of Kamenia.

The present incumbent, Peter IV of the House of Orléans-Crnojević, ascended to the monarchy following his father's death on January 19, 1996.

Constitutional role

History

Prince-Bishopric

Secularization

Role in the KNSP era

Modern history

Succession

Restrictions

Residences

Style

List of Monarchs

A list of all monarchs who reigned in Kamenia as either a Prince-Bishop, Prince or Tsar.

Prince-Bishops

# Portrait Name Lifespan Reign Claim
1 Petar I Petrović-Njegoš Mašut I 13 August 1654 - 18 February 1721 8 August 1706 - 18 February 1721 Elected by leading bishops after the Kamenian War of Independence
2 Petar II Petrovic-2 Mašut II 13 August 1675 - 26 June 1744 18 February 1721 - 26 June 1744 Elected by leading bishops; son of Mašut I
3 Manuc bei Nenoje 20 June 1716 -
26 February 1759
26 June 1744 - 26 February 1759 Elected by leading bishops; son of Mašut II
4 Tudor Vladimirescu Peter I 20 June 1726 -
15 July 1812
15 March 1759 - 15 July 1812 Appointed by leading bishops after Nenoje's assassination; son of Mašut II
5 Mašut III Crnojević Mašut III 8 September 1773 - 21 April 1853 15 July 1812 -
21 April 1853
Elected by leading bishops; son of Peter the Glorious
6 Imperial Russian Uniform Pre-WW1 Peter II 13 October 1848 - 14 January 1919 21 April 1853 -
20 September 1871
Elected by leading bishops; grandson of Mašut III

Princes

# Portrait Name Lifespan Reign Claim
1 Imperial Russian Uniform Pre-WW1 Peter I 13 October 1848 - 14 January 1919 20 September 1871 - 1 January 1914 Proclaimed Knyaz (Prince) during the opening of the first Parliament

Tsars

# Portrait Name Lifespan Reign Claim
1 Imperial Russian Uniform Pre-WW1 Peter I 13 October 1848 - 14 January 1919 1 January 1914 - 14 January 1919 Named Tsar (King) in the Constitution of 1913
2 Prince Felix Yusupov Peter II 11 May 1890 - 2 August 1925 14 January 1919 - 2 August 1925 Eldest son of Peter I
3 Russian Noble 1904 Nicholas 15 October 1894 - 22 April 1950 2 August 1925 - 22 April 1950 Oldest surviving son of Peter I; proclaimed Tsar after Peter II's assassination

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