The Aurician Empire consists of the Imperial City of Aurice, island and land holdings of Asdauria, the Shadevan and Agogian Provinces, and overseas possessions, especially Skaligdæ and Bijälenland. The Noble Republic of Aurice and the Empire of Magdala jointly appointed the rulers of the Viceroyalty of Jagohr until the end of the Sewdhaine War. Aurician commercial and legal interests control the very lucrative Grand Shadew Canal.
The empire is divided into Over-Provinces and Provinces. The Over-Provinces are Throvy, Corundy, Asdauria, Thykomia, Shadevan Provinces, Agogia, Bijälenland, and Skaligdæ. These are divided into Provinces some of which exercise local government in the form of a parliament of hereditary members, and others elected. Each Province may be divided into Prefects, Municipia, or Counties, sometimes a combination of these.
There are also several client states which are dependent upon the Empire and often work closely with the overall military strategy of the empire.
- 1 Imperial Provinces and Colonies
- 1.1 Throvy (Free Parliaments)
- 1.2 Corundy(Semi-Free Parliaments)
- 1.3 Eloaria(Subject Parliaments)
- 1.4 Eloaria (Military Governors)
- 1.5 Thykomia(Subject Parliament)
- 1.6 Shadevan Provinces (Subject Parliaments)
- 1.7 Agogia (Subject Parliaments)
- 1.8 Bijälenland (Imperial Governors)
- 1.9 Skalgigdæ (Imperial Governors)
- 2 Sources
- 3 See Also
Imperial Provinces and Colonies
Throvy (Free Parliaments)
Zamir is a mountain region of northeastern Corundy. Most Zamirites speak a dialect of Tassan, but Throvian speakers make up the majority of the inhabitants along the coast. For political and strategic reasons due to the Fourth Geddamin War, Zamir became subject to the Aurician Empire. The land was divided into two parts for administrative purposes..
Eloaria (Military Governors)
Shadevan Provinces (Subject Parliaments)
- (Incomplete list of islands
- Adámphë Island, Eronti Island, Threbcain Island, Tionant Island, Thisgrundi Island, Zeth Baire Island, Yairuny Island, Ambrundi Island, Iailcumb Island, Engeodris Island, Timbraduel Island, Griainsundi Island, Musimoria Island, Sekuph Island, Trefrensel Island, Essebune Island, Karkagunot Island, Kaibune Island, Yamish Island, Dradak Island, Pacumethel Island, Pembélikë Isle, Paiolion Island, Baspenot Island, Xyathoth Island, Strentor Island, Isiagos Island, Sampha Island, Psaronot Island, Kumeikenot Island, Stroultë Island)
Agogia (Subject Parliaments)
Bijälenland (Imperial Governors)
Skalgigdæ (Imperial Governors)
The huge island of Skaligdæ is considered part of the Antarctic Plate and is divided into numerous municipia or townships. It is very cold in the winter, except for the northernmost coast which is cool to cold in the winter. This rugged land offers great resources for Corpora Mercia of the Empire and vast challenges to hardy colonists. It is sometimes the place of exile for criminals and those whose political fortunes have plummeted.
Reputed Buffer and Puppet States These lands are in principle independent, but in practice are dependent upon the foreign policies of the Aurician Empire.
- March of Pastravia, annexed in 2751, given full representational powers
- Vice-Royalty of Jagohr jointly administered by Aurice and Magdala
- Republic of Johaulia and the West Corundian Principalities
- Duchy of Ferruvicar
Shaddago (see Joint Enterprise Zone)
Hostile Neighbors Ebernia (Bisontaurs) Igdiria (Bisontaurs) Turgosia (Centaurs) Streionia (Ambrulia) (Centaurs)
- Acts of the Senate of the Grand Duchy of Aurice, up to 2625
- Acts of the Senate of the Republic of Aurice, 2625 to present
- Aurician Colonial Policy from Grand Duchy to Republic, Barias ennekhá Perevath, 2653
- Corundy and the Fifth Geddamin War (Book), Rhionantis the Elder of Aurice, 2611
- Aurician Metropolis
- Aurician Parliamentary Reforms and Expansion of Suffrage
- Expansion of Inland Aurician Empire in Late 2600's
- Government of Aurice
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