Kingdom of Marna

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Apostolic Kingdom of Marna
Apostolica Regnum Marnam
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Steadfast and loyal.
Capital: Senntisten
Languages: Common
High Imperial (only in official documents)
Religion: Canonism
Government: Hereditary absolute monarchy
Monarch: Frederick I
Heir: Frederick Otto
Chancellor: Caius Sigismund
Preceded by: imperialorenia.png Holy Orenian Empire

The Kingdom of Marna is the indirect successor of the Holy Orenian Empire having formed from the loyalist remnants of the Sixth Empire after it was dissolved after the coup of Adelburg, which caused the murder of John VI - the last emperor of the Sixth Empire.

History

The Kingdom of Marna is a relatively new nation, comprised mainly of humans.

Axios

For most of Axios, the Kingdom of Marna was nonexistent. However, following the coup of the Sixth Orenian Empire, which lead to the formation of the Kingdom of Renatus, the loyalists to the Holy Orenian Empire split off to build their own kingdom, which became known as the Apostolic Kingdom of Marna.

Atlas

Following the collapse of Axios, the Kingdom of Marna effectively established itself in Atlas.

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