"In 1824 he played for king Napoleoń, who said he was "deeply impressed" with the talent of the young genius."
Was "king" a title he bore for venedia ?--Marc Pasquin 06:57, 17 Feb 2005 (PST)
- Yes. Although it is common to speak about the "King of the RTC", this is strictly speaking not correct. Someone is "King of Veneda" and "Grandduke of Lithuania". I assume this was also the case for Napoleon (I say "assume", because I haven't worked out the RTC's history well enough before GW1). Titles he bore outside the RTC (like "Emperor of France") were considered his own business. IJzeren Jan 07:21, 17 Feb 2005 (PST)