Law:The House and Dynasty of Rouergue Bill

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The House and Dynasty of Rouergue Bill

WHEREAS, in the years since the adoption of the Organic Law, considerable genealogical research has been done on the ancestry of the Talossan Royal Family; and

WHEREAS, recent discussions have concerned the prospect of changing the official designation of the Royal Family to reflect its ancient roots among the family of Rouergue, who provided the historic Counts of Toulouse; and

WHEREAS, the Toulousian descent of one colonial ancestor of HRM King Robert I of Talossa has been confirmed in the forthcoming (2002) edition of David Faris' The Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth Century American Colonists, and

WHEREAS, LZ 6 of October, 1999, established the following text within Article III, Section 4, of the Organic Law: "The present Royal Family is styled as is appropriate on historical grounds, __________. The designation of the name of the Royal Family shall be announced by the King and confirmed by a law of the Ziu"; and

WHEREAS, the "historical grounds" for such a designation have been confirmed,

THEREFORE, the Ziu hereby:

1) Accedes to the King's 19 February 2002 designation of the Talossan reigning family as La Casâ és la Dünastà Rouergue (The House and Dynasty of Rouergue); and

2) Inserts the name of the reigning family into Article III, Section 4 of the Organic Law, as authorized by LZ6.10.1999; and

3) Approves the suggested heraldic emblem (see illustration) for the Talossan branch of the House and Dynasty of Rouergue, as follows: Gules, a cross clechée Vert, fimbriated and pometty Or.


Uréu q'estadra så: Robert Ben Madison - (PC-Vuode)

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