Princess Polyxena of Latium

Princess Poly
Princess of Latium
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Princess Poly in 2018
Born (2000-08-30) 30 August 2000 (age 19)
Palace of Augustus, Castellum ab Alba, Latium
Full name
Vopisca Claudia Polyxena Iustina Diana
FatherJason VI Augustus
MotherMarsella Atmos
ReligionFabrian Catholic

Princess Polyxena of Latium (Vopisca Claudia Polyxena Iustina Diana; b. 30 August 2000), commonly known as Princess Poly, is the second eldest child of Jason VI Augustus and Marsella Atmos and the twin sister of Prince Peter. She is currently eight in line to the Latin throne.

Early Life and Education

Polyxena was born on 30 August 2000 at Palace of Augustus in Castellum to Latin Emperor Jason VI Augustus and his third wife Marsella Atmos. She was born twenty minutes after her twin brother, Peter. She and Peter were baptized at Sancta Sapientia by Archbishop Flavius Hostillius of Castellum on 3 October 2000. There was some controversy regarding the birth of Poly and her twin brother, as they were only born 8 months after her parent's marriage in January 2000. In the official announcement released by Imperial Offices on the RAL, it was stated that Poly and her brother were delivered nearly three weeks prior to Empress Marsella's due date in the end of September.


Poly attended the Lyceum Sanctus Michaelis for secondary education, earning her bac in 2017. Poly is currently on a gap year, and has visited domestic and foreign universities including the colleges of the University of Haenna, the University of Ghish, Imperial University of Lyncanestria, Imperial University at Saint-Nazaire, and the University of Alexandria.

As of fall 2018, Poly has yet to decide where to attend university.

Personal Life

Poly's personal life has largely been kept out of the public eye, unlike many of her older siblings. In early 2018, there were rumors that she began courting an unidentified individual. There has been no comment from the Imperials Offices on the veracity of this rumor.

Titles, styles, honors and arms

Styles of
The Princess Polyxena
Reference styleHer Imperial Highness
Spoken styleYour Highness
Alternative styleHer Highness
  • 30 August 2000 – present: Her Imperial Highness The Princess Polyxena

As a Latin princess and daughter of a Sovereign, Polyxena does not utilize a surname. If Polyxena were to utilize a surname, it is likely that she would take on the Claudia name; however, it is also possible that the surname for all children of the Sovereign to simply be "of Latium". For ceremonial and formal purposes, all children of the Monarch - with exception to the heir apparent - are entitled to the rank of "prince" or "princess" after their Christian name followed by the territorial designation "of Latium." As such, Poly is styled as "Princess Polyxena of Latium". Any territorial designations are normally discarded by females upon their marriage.


See also

Princess Polyxena of Latium
Born: 30 August 2000
Lines of succession
Preceded by
Grand Princess Jacqueline
of Seredinia
Succession to the Latin throne
8th in line
Followed by
The Princess Olivia