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DECORATIONS OF TRUE KNIGHTHOOD
The great honor of knighthood, under the auspices of a true fountain of honor, is unique in a world full of deceptions and many self-styled orders. There are, sadly, scores of false princes and over a hundred phony orders of chivalry on the internet.
There are four knighthood orders in the Royal House of Georgia. The following are some of the decorations received in connection with them.
(1) The following are for the Royal Crown Order available to worthy candidates worldwide who are willing to support the Royal House. They will not honor those who are involved in any self-styled orders of chivalry or who claim noble, royal, or academic titles that cannot be establish as real, genuine, and authentic.
(2) The following star is for the Royal Order of King Erekle II
This Order is bestowed on Georgian citizens and shall be an honor for persons who have contributed actively to the nationís development and served its prosperity, be they from the government ranks, Church leaders, artists, sports professionals or scientists.
(3) The following is the star for the Royal Order of St. David:
This highest Order is reserved for members of the Royal family of Georgia as well as for other legitimate and true royals around the world. At the discretion of the Head of the Order, this honor may also be bestowed on Heads of State in their capacity as Head of a sovereign country. Its purpose is to promote the Royal family of Georgia widely as an old royal dynasty in the world.
(4) The following is the star for the Royal Order of St. Queen Ketevan the Martyr
The Royal Order of St. Queen Ketevan the Martyr is an honor for persons who have served the Royal House of Georgia and/or contributed to the well-being of the people of Georgia or the Orthodox Church. It is available to both Georgian and non-Georgian persons.