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Speculative genealogy: Harald Taxebond von Fräähsen 1st Prince of Lorenzburg

Being of noble descent and of Princely elevation one must be familiar with one’s origins. Since my paternal grandfather was interested in genealogy, I am quite fortunate to know my paternal family history all the way back to 1501 when Harald “Taxebond” von Fräähsen was born. Harald “Taxebond” von Fräähsen is the first Prince of Lorenzburg. Born in … Continue reading Speculative genealogy: Harald Taxebond von Fräähsen 1st Prince of Lorenzburg

Article: The micronation as “Narrative Artifact”

Here is a short article reflecting on (The Principality of Lorenzburg), an ongoing artistic project in Sweden. “An artifact or artefact (from Latin phrase arte factum’~ars skill + facere to make) is “something made or given shape by man, such as a tool or a work of art, esp an object of archaeological interest” Nations and national identities should be viewed as artifacts, i.e. … Continue reading Article: The micronation as “Narrative Artifact”