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Despite the re-emergence of Great Houses after The Scattering in [[Heretics of Dune (novel)]], it does not appear that the Faufreluche system was recreated. These re-emerging Great Houses appeared to be simply one faction of an entirely fragmented society, with many powerbrokers, with none seemingly more powerful than another.
 
Despite the re-emergence of Great Houses after The Scattering in [[Heretics of Dune (novel)]], it does not appear that the Faufreluche system was recreated. These re-emerging Great Houses appeared to be simply one faction of an entirely fragmented society, with many powerbrokers, with none seemingly more powerful than another.
   
While much of Dune was based on Arabic concepts, the Faufreluches system (which seems in name already etymologically Germanic as does the word [[landsraad|Landsraad]]) is clearly based on feudal European concepts, especially that of the mid-period [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_Roman_Empire#Imperial_estates Holy Roman Empire] , an elective monarchy. 
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While much of Dune was based on Arabic concepts the Faufreluches system (which seems in name already etymologically Germanic as does the word [[landsraad|Landsraad]]) is clearly based on feudal European concepts, especially that of the mid-period [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holy_Roman_Empire#Imperial_estates Holy Roman Empire] , an elective monarchy. 
   
 
The mid-period Holy Roman Empire was ruled by an Emperor, typically heir of the most powerful state within the Empire, which was mostly the Hohenstaufens or Habsburgs during this period. The Emperor was not automatically the father of the next Emperor and could be replaced, much like the Habsburgs replaced the previous dynasties and the Atreides replaced the Corrino. 
 
The mid-period Holy Roman Empire was ruled by an Emperor, typically heir of the most powerful state within the Empire, which was mostly the Hohenstaufens or Habsburgs during this period. The Emperor was not automatically the father of the next Emperor and could be replaced, much like the Habsburgs replaced the previous dynasties and the Atreides replaced the Corrino. 
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