Letsatian Empire

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Empire of Letsatia
Lēsateōs

 

52 BCE–521 CE


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The empire at its height, c. 175 CE.
Capital Komy
Languages Letsatian, Terminian, Western Azri
Religion Letsatian pagan religions (early)
Iovism (later)
Government Senatorial Monarchy
Emperor
 •  52 - 31 BCE Letsjeros (first)
 •  8 - 31 CE Kjilšozú
 •  518 - 521 Čeldnjemús (last)
Historical era Classical
 •  War of the Six Senates 74 - 52 BCE
 •  Proclaimed 9 May 52 BCE
 •  Conquered Akulanen 25 BCE
 •  Adopted Iovism 12 CE
 •  Conquered Gulf of Soltenna 50 CE
 •  Collapse 521 CE
 •  Collapsed 7 December 521 CE
Preceded by
Succeeded by
High Letsatia
Letsatian autocracies
West Letsatia
East Letsatia
Low Letsatia
The Three Kingdoms
Aukidian kingdoms

The Letsatian Empire (Classical Letsatian lesatĵos Lēsatios [ˈlɛ:sati.ɔ:s]), also known as Letsatia, was a large empire in Ekuosia that flourished during the Classical Era. It was one of the largest empires of its time, and is estimated to have ruled over the largest percentage of the world's population of any historical empire whilst at its absolute peak around 175 CE. It is widely regarded as one of the most influential empires in world history, as through its influence countless areas in Ekuosia and Miraria were introduced to advanced systems of organised government, allowing for a future explosion of centralised empire states throughout the world. It is also believed to be the first major world power to establish formal contact with peoples on the continent of Boroso.

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