** The princes of [[prince of Condé|Condé]] and [[prince of Conti|Conti]], cadets of the French royal house, used recognized princely titles, but the lordships of Condé and Conti were never formally created principalities by the King.
* Unrecognized titles of Prince
** [[Anet]]: used by the Dukes of Vendôme, then the Dukes of Penthièvre.
** [[Antibes]]: claimed by the family.
** [[Bédeille, Pyrénées-Atlantiques|]]: in [[Béarn]].
** [[Bidache]]: in [[Béarn]] used by the [[House of Gramont]], but the heir was usually styled Count of Guiche rather than Prince of Bidache.
180 lines hidden (16603 characters)
== The title of prince in religion ==[[Image:Bellarmine 3.jpg|thumb|[[Robert Bellarmine|Saint Robert Cardinal Bellarmine]] was a prince of the Roman Catholic Church during his lifetime.]]
In states with an element of [[theocracy]], this can affect princehood in several ways, such as the style of the ruler (e.g. with a secondary title meaning son or servant of a named divinity), but also the mode of succession (even reincarnation and recognition).
Furthermore, certain religious offices may be considered of princely rank, and/or imply comparable temporal rights.
The Prince-Popes, [[Pope]], Hereditary Prince-Cardinals, [[...|Cardinals]],Prince-Lord Bishops, [[Prince Bishop]]s, [[Lord Bishop]]s, [[Prince-Provost]], and [[Prince-abbot]]s are referred to as [[Prince of the Church|Princes of the Church]]. Also in [[Christianity]], [[Jesus Christ]] is sometimes referred to as the Prince of Peace.ref Other titles for Jesus Christ are Prince of Princes,ref Prince of the Covenant,ref and Prince of the Kings of the Earth.ref Further, [[Satan]] is often titled the ; and in the [[Christian]] faith he is also referred to as the Prince of this Worldrefrefref and the Prince of the Power of the Air.ref Another title for Satan, not as common today but apparently so in approximately 30 A.D. by the [[Pharisees]] of the day, was the title Prince of the Devils.refrefref Prince of Israel, Prince of the Angels, and Prince of Light are titles given to the Archangel [[Saint Michael|Michael]]. Some Christian churches also believe that since all Christians, like Jesus Christ, are children of God, then they too are princes and princesses of Heaven. [[Saint Peter]], a disciple of Jesus, is also known as the [[Prince of the Apostles]].