Monarchy of Thraysia

Emperor and Autocrat of the Thraysians
Αυτοκράτορας των Θρακών
Imperial
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Incumbent
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Alexios VII
since 17 January 2001
Details
StyleHis Imperial Majesty
Heir apparentAlexios VIII
First monarchSt. Constantine the Great
Formation451 AD
ResidenceThe Great Palace, Imperial Square, Konstantinopolis
Websitewww.aftokratoras.gov.th

Template:Politics of Thraysia The Thraysian Emperor (Hellenic: Αυτοκράτορας) is the head of state and sole ruler of Thraysia. Officially the title of the monarch is Emperor, though it is common to use Autokrator. The first Latin Emperor was St. Constantine the Great in 451 AD. The current Gregorian Dynasty first ascended to the throne in 1961.

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