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Thus from a Danish point of view, Friedrich von Ahlefeldt see above , who had been distinguished in with a comital title by the emperor, was actually "elevated" when he became a Danish "lensgreve" after Of course his German title - which left him in the Lower Nobility in Germany - should not be termed "rigsgreve" as explained above, but perhaps "tyske greve".
Duke: a title reserved for the Royal family and relatives, not part of the "nobility" Edit Two families bear the Danish title of duke, not being counted as "nobility": Dukes of Schleswig hertug af Slesvig : originally, descendants of Gerhard III , who was granted the Duchy of Jutland, which was taken back, but the title was recognized in Although the members possessed the title of duke in Denmark sovereignty over these lands remained for centuries in the authority of their pater familias , the king of Denmark acting as its overlord.
Dukes had earlier the German-inspired style of durchlauchtighed German: Durchlaucht; English: Serene Highness , but Danish ducal titles are at present virtually non-existent. Apparently the Marquis of Lista died without issue. In Norway, official recognition of this title was abolished under the Nobility Law. In Denmark it seems to have lasted until It publishes genealogies of extant Danish noble families, approximately Additionally, ancestry charts published in its editions, have reported approximately extinct houses.
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