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January 5, 1862: Orelie-Antoine de Tounens captured by Chilean troops.

January 5, 2014: Prince Philippe I dies at La Chèze.

January 6, 1641: Treaty of Quillin between the Empire of Spain the Mapuche Nation.

January 6: Day of the Sovereignty of the Mapuche Nation (1)

January 9, 2014: Jean-Michel Parasiliti di Para, Duke of San Pedro de Hueyusco, elected by Regency Council as the head of the Royal House and begins his reign as Prince Antoine IV of Araucania.

January 10, 1862: trial of Orelie-Antoine de Tounens begins in Los Angeles, Chile.

January 21, 2006: Princess Elisabeth (née Elisabeth de Chavigny) dies.

January 26, 1877: Orelie-Antoine de Tounens lands at Bordeaux aboard the Parana.



February 12, 1916: Queen Laura-Therese dies at Issy-les-Moulineaux.

February 19, 1927: Philippe Paul Alexandre Henry Boiry born in Paris.



March 5, 1856: Antoine-Hippolyte Cros marries Leonilla Mendes.

March 6, 1902: Gustave-Achille Laviard dies.

March 9, 1964: Frédéric Nicholas Jacques Luz was born in Toulouse, France.

March 24, 2018: Frédéric Luz elected as the eighth head of the Royal House, choosing to reign under the name Prince Frédéric I of Araucania.

March 26, 1942: Jean-Michel Parasiliti di Para born.



April 11, 1880: Jacques Alexandre Antoine Bernard born in Paris.

April 29, 1557: Toki Leftraru (Lautaro) dies.

April 29: Day of the Mapuche Heroes and Martyrs (1)



May 10, 1833: Antoine-Hippolyte Cros born.

May 12, 1825: Orelie-Antoine de Tounens born at Chourgnac d'Ans.

May 12, 1951: Antoine III abdicates in favor of Philippe Boiry (Prince Philippe).

May 20, 1876: Gustave-Achille Laviarde marries Maria Elisa Octavia Guery.



June 24: Mapuche New Year's Day (Wiñoy Xipantu) (1)



July 10, 1978: Princess Dominique (née Jacqueline-Dominique Marquain) dies.

July 19, 1969: Exposition Orelie-Antoine and the Kingdom of Araucania-Patagonia opens at the Museum of Perigord.



August 10, 1995: NAARS founded by Daniel Morrison and Richard Shull.

August 30: Feast day of Saint Rose of Lima, patron saint of the Americas (2)



September 17, 1878: Orelie-Antoine de Tounens dies.



October 5, 2020: Princess Annie Marie (née Annie Marie Lauzeral) dies.

October 26, 1952: Jacques Alexandre Antoine Bernard, who reigned as Antoine III, dies in Paris.



November 1, 1903: Antoine-Hippolyte Cros dies.

November 7, 1841: Gustave-Achille Laviarde born.

November 7, 1876: Orelie-Antoine de Tounens undergoes surgery at Buenos Aires.

November 17, 1860: founding of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia.

November 17: Day of Mapuche Unity (1)

December 16, 2017: Jean-Michel Parasiliti di Para, who reigned as Antoine IV, dies.

  1. National holiday of the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia, as established by Prince Philippe on January 6, 2001.
  2. The feast day of St. Rose of Lima is a traditional celebration for the Royal House of Araucania.  On the Saturday nearest August 30, the Royal House meets in Tourtoirac for a festivities.