I'm talking about words used for the followers and eras of kings and queens.
They have a Latin origin. Is "Latinisation" enough, or is there something more precise? I've done a search, and haven't found anything.
EDIT: Sorry, my question was vague. While the responses below have given great answers, I'm primarily interested in whether or not there's a technical term for the component where Latin is used as the basis for the words.
(And as an aside, the pattern isn't consistent. For instance, we have "Elizabethan" and "Georgian" [not from Latin], but also "Jacobean" [from Latin].)