Saruan Empire

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Neviran Empire in the Saru Sea

1611–1889
 

 

 

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The Empire (WIP)
The Saruan Empire at its greatest extent
Capital Yisma
Languages Neviran languages, Lahiri languages, Ystelic languages, Sanu-Jutean languages
Religion Qurosism, Iovism, other faiths
Government Multidynastic militaristic autocracy
Emperor
 •  1611-1646 Emperor 1
Historical era Colonial
 •  Proclaimed June 27, 1611
 •  Dissolved October 14, 1889

The Saruan Empire, also called the Neviran Saruan Empire or the Second Neviran Empire and, in previously occupied territories, often simply the Neviran Empire, was a colonial empire in mid-eastern Baredina, Lahan, northern Ystel, and many small islands in the Saru Sea. It was administrated from modern Nevira and has had lasting cultural impacts on Povania, Lahan, Jute, South Jute and Mermelia. Probably.

Etymology

The empire takes its name from the sea whose waters it surrounded with colonized territories.

History

The spiritual successor to the First Neviran Empire, the Saruan Empire began as the consolidation of the Interimperial Neviran Region. New maritime technologies developed in Nevira and acquired from abroad allowed swifter and more economical exploration of the Saru sea and those landmasses which border it, which swiftly developed into speculative trade ventures and from there into colonial enterprises.

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It reached Lahan in 1631 and formed alliances with some of the local dynasties, including the Kingdom of Thap and the Luyuan Confederacy, providing military technology and imported natural products in exchange for raw latex, vulcanized rubber products, and lucrative trade treaties.

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Politics

Government

The Saruan Empire was governed from present-day Nevira by a monarch. Colonies and territories were officially overseen by members of the royal family or lesser nobles, but many were de facto ruled by the military leadership.

Administrative divisions

Foreign relations

Military

Economy

Science and technology

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Due to its imperial, colonial nature, the Saruan Empire was made up of many different ethnic groups, many of which had little or no relation to each other, and especially to the ruling class.

Urbanisation

Language

Classical Neviran was the administrative language and lingua franca of the Empire.

Education

Healthcare

Religion

The ruling classes of the Saruan Empire subscribed to various sects of Qurosism.

Culture

Heritage

Architecture

Literature

Art

Symbols

See also