Philip Gentry-Ravenna, Lord of Terracina

Lord of Terracina

Philip Gentilis-Ravenna Alexius Victor Albert

Valle Aurelia, Castellum ab Alba, Latium
(1988-07-22) 22 July 1988 (age 31)
EducationImperial University, Saint-Nazaire (PPE)
College of Legal Studies, Castellum (LD)

Philip Gentry-Ravenna, Lord of Terracina, EAA (Philip Gentilis-Ravenna Alexius Victor Albert; b. 22 July 1988) is a Latin nobleman. He is the eldest son and child of Michael Gentry-Ravenna, Count of Eporedia and Princess Nina of Gelonia. He is currently second in line to the Dukedom of Ravenna and it's associated titles, only behind his father.

As eldest son of the heir apparent to the Dukedom of Ravenna, Philip is afforded the courtesy title Lord of Terracina, but is commonly known as Philip Terracina. He is expected to be the 5th Duke of Ravenna.

Education and career

Philip Gentry-Ravenna was born on 22 July 1988, at University Hospital, in Caelimontium, Castellum. He is the eldest child and son of Michael Gentry-Ravenna, Count of Eporedia and Princess Nina of Gelonia, and has two younger siblings, Maurice and Silvia. He was baptized on 7 October 1988, at Basilica of St Gregorius, in Ravenna, by Archbishop of Ravenna Constantinus Manlius. His godparents are King Arthur XI of Gelonia (his mother's brother), and Stephania, Princess of Youth (his father's second cousin).

He was educated at Lyceum Sancta Sophia in Ravenna. In 2005, he enrolled at Imperial University, Saint-Nazaire where he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics. While at IU-Saint-Nazaire, Terracina was a member of the university's debate club and team. He briefly participated with local student organizations for major Vannoisian political parties UMP and the Socialist Party. In 2009 he graduated from IU-Saint-Nazaire.

Terracina returned to Latium in summer 2009 and enrolled at College of Legal Studies, Castellum. He graduated from the law school in 2011 with a Master of Laws degree. During his education at the College of Legal Studies, Terracina served as a student law clerk at the Alba Judicial District, Court of Assidere.

He clerked at the Latin Supreme Court for Lord Justice John Foslius from 2012 until 2014. Since of 2015, he practices law in Castellum.

In 2017, it was speculated he would replace his grandfather as Senator for Ravenna-St Gregorius; instead, his father would fill the seat in a 2018 by-election when the Duke of Ravenna stepped down due to health concerns.

Personal life

The King of Burgoy's press office announced the engagement of Terracina and Princess Constance of Burgoy on 6 February 2018. The couple had been courting since 2014, through are rumored to begin courting after being introduced by mutual friends in 2013 during a ski trip to PLACE.

Terracina and Princess Constance of Burgoy married on 17 August 2018 at Cathédrale Saint-Benoît de Jugny, in Jugny, Burgoy. They currently reside in Ianiculum, Castellum ab Alba, though regularly travel to a secondary residence in Burgoy.

Titles, styles, and honors

  • 22 July 1988 – present: Lord of Terracina
    • in Ghant: 22 July 1988 – present: His Imperial Highness Prince Philip of Ghant


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See also

Philip Gentry-Ravenna, Lord of Terracina
Cadet branch of the House of Gentry
Born: 31 August 1991
Lines of succession
Preceded by
Count of Eporedia
Succession to the Ghantish throne
(descendant of Albert, son of Nathan II)
Followed by
Maurice Gentry-Ravenna
Succession to the Latin throne
(descendant of Silvia,
daughter of Theophylactus I Augustus)
Preceded by
Princess Nina of Gelonia
Succession to the Gelonian throne
17th in line
Followed by
Maurice Gentry-Ravenna