Anglo-Saxon (eorl): a warrior. Icelandic (jarl, earl): Old Saxon (erl): a man: An English nobleman ranking next below that of Marquis and above that of Viscount. Earl is the English equivalent of Count.
The title of Count was also often conferred by a monarch as an honorific title for special services rendered, without an actual feudal estate (countship, county), just a title, with or without a domain name attached to it. Count is, in the main, a continental Title and very popular with our Italian clients. It is highly admired and sought after by many English speaking clients too.
This is the Title taken by the wife of an Earl or Count. Can also be used in her own right.
Territory held: Earldom / County
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