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This is a list of all reigning monarchs of the Stellar Kingdom of Laurasia and the Laurasian Empire. The Stellar Kingdom existed, in some form or another, for over nine centuries, during three Laurasian Periods (412-630, 657-840, and 1080-1321), with the exception of two periods of foreign domination and rule (630-657 under the Lacian Despotate and 840-1080 under the Dasian Hordes). The kingdom of Laurasia emerged out of the fragmentation of the Sennacherid Empire, a successor state of the Arachosian Empire (3rd century AH-354 AH), which had conquered the Stellar Republic of Laurasia in 333. As Sennacheridia was declining (AH 412), the prominent Laurasian nobleman, Arasces, proclaimed himself King of the Laurasians. During the First Laurasian Period (412-630), Laurasia became a major state of the Core Worlds, competing with Horacia, Clancia, Ivoria, Venasia, Marshia, Goldaria, Rebecca, and other states for dominance. It prospered under the kings Augustus (549-582), Claudius (582-603), and Horax (603-623). In 630, Laurasia was invaded and forced into vassalage by the Lacian Despotate, remaining under Lacian suzerainty until 657. King Perseus (r. 653-659), reasserted Laurasian sovereignty in 657, as the Lacian Despotate disintegrated.

During the Second Laurasian Period (657-840), Laurasia acquired even greater prosperity, extending its dominion over 250,000 worlds and stretching from the Core Worlds to the Inner Territories at the height of its power. Kings Constantine (659-687), Marcus Aurelius (687-712), and Flavius Aetius (712-746), greatly extended Laurasian territory and defeated her rivals Horacia (669), Clancia (683-687), Venasia (694-96), Rebecca and Ivoria (700), and Goldaria (719). Laurasian colonies stretched as far out as the Outer Borderlands. Economic and political deterioration then set in, leading to the loss of numerous territories during the 810s and 820s, and from 830 Laurasia came under the attack of the Dasians. In 840, Laurasia Prime was devastated and conquered, and Laurasia fell under the Dasian Yoke (840-1080), a time in which the Kingdom ceased to exist as the Laurasians were subjugated and held in thrall to the Dasians.

Laurasia eventually revolted under Honorius I the Liberator in 1075, regaining her independence five years later. Over the next two centuries, Laurasia experienced both successes and reverses. It fought conflicts with neighbors such as the Dasian Khanates, Briannia, Polonia, Venasia, and the Solidaritan Sultanate; gradually extended its rule over most of the Central Core, Murphy, Malaria, Kelvania, and Morgania; and went through the tribulations of the reign of Honorius the Terrible and the Time of Troubles. From 1296, however, Seleucus I embarked upon vigorous military campaigns and implemented sweeping administrative, military, and social reforms. In 1321, following the Laurasian victory in the Great Briannian War, Seleucus proclaimed himself Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians, establishing the Laurasian Empire.

List of Laurasian sovereignsEdit

Stellar Kingdom of Laurasia (c. 412 AH-1321)Edit

First Laurasian Period (412-630)Edit

The First Laurasian Period began on January 5, 412, with the proclamation of the Laurasian nobleman, Arasces, as King of All the Laurasians. The Arascid Dynasty went on to rule Laurasia for more then two centuries, until the execution of Eugenes the Young in December 627. The short-lived Mithiradic Dynasty then followed, which ruled for just three years until the subjugation of Laurasia by the forces of Despot Devlet-Giray, of the Lacian Despotate, in February 630.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Arasces I July 9, 373-October 9, 432 January 5, 412 October 9, 432 First Laurasian monarch of the Space Age; founder of the Arascid Dynasty. Arascid
Alexander Septimius June 5, 397-August 18, 449 October 9, 432 August 18, 449 Son of Arasces I. Arascid
Gordian I September 22, 421-June 28, 462 August 18, 449 June 28, 462 Son of Alexander Septimius. Arascid
Antipater I September 29, 443-July 18, 478 June 28, 462 July 18, 478 (assassinated) Son of Gordian I. Arascid
Devraldus January 27, 463-January 18, 502 July 18, 478 January 18, 502 Son of Antipater I. Arascid
Severus October 19, 483-March 19, 529 January 18, 502 March 19, 529 Son of Devraldus. Arascid
Tiberius I September 9, 486-August 2, 549 March 19, 529 August 2, 549 Son of Devraldus; brother of Severus. Arascid
Augustus September 17, 517-July 4, 582 August 2, 549 July 4, 582 Son of Tiberius I. Arascid
Claudius I September 2, 550-March 18, 603 July 4, 582 March 18, 603 Son of Augustus. Arascid
Horax March 7, 576-February 18, 623 March 18, 603 February 18, 623 Son of Claudius I. Arascid
Eugenes September 19, 618-December 9, 627 February 18, 623 December 9, 627 (executed) Son of Horax. Arascid
Mithridates June 2, 590-February 18, 628 December 9, 627 February 18, 628 (assassinated) Founder of Mithiradic Dynasty. Mithiradic
Arasces II April 18, 610-February 18, 630 February 18, 628 February 18, 630 Son of Mithiridates. Mithiradic

Lacian Overlordship (630-657)Edit

The Lacian Overlordship began in February 630, with the subjugation of Laurasia Prime and the Laurasia Prime Purse Region by the forces of Lacian Despot Devlet-Giray. Devlet-Giray installed the Laurasian nobleman Octavian, on the Laurasian throne as his vassal. Octavian and his two younger brothers, Pompey and Perseus, ruled as vassals of the Lacian Despotate until January 12, 657, when Perseus reasserted the Kingdom's independence from Lacian domination.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Octavian December 22, 609-August 22, 637 February 20, 630 August 22, 637 First Laurasian monarch of the Lacian Overlordship. Octavid
Pompey November 2, 616-December 7, 653 August 22, 637 December 7, 653 Brother of Octavian. Octavid
Perseus June 22, 626-July 17, 659 December 7, 653 July 17, 659 Brother of Octavian and Pompey. Octavid

Second Laurasian Period (657-840)Edit

The Second Laurasian Period commenced on January 12, 657, with the reassertion of Laurasian independence by King Perseus "the Savior". Perseus's dynasty, the Octavids, ruled over Laurasia, uninterrupted, for 165 years, until the assassination of King Trajan the Young in October 823. The last four decades of the Second Laurasian Period were marked by civil war, rebellion, and disintegration. It ended on January 10, 840, with Gordian III's death at the hands of Dasian Khan Batya, and the imposition of the Dasian Yoke over the Laurasian territories.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Perseus June 22, 626-July 17, 659 December 7, 653 July 17, 659 Ended Lacian Overlordship; first monarch of Second Laurasian Period; known as the "Savior". Octavid
Constantine October 7, 646-August 3, 687 July 17, 659 August 3, 687 Son of Perseus. Octavid
Marcus Aurelius March 5, 665-March 17, 712 August 3, 687 March 17, 712 Son of Constantine. Octavid
Flavius Aetius June 2, 693-September 21, 746 March 17, 712 September 21, 746 Son of Marcus Aurelius. Octavid
Hercules I April 7, 717-June 28, 762 September 21, 746 June 28, 762 Son of Flavius Aetius. Octavid
Gordian II July 2, 740-September 13, 776 June 28, 762 September 13, 776 Son of Hercules I. Octavid
Hercules II July 28, 758-December 25, 799 September 13, 776 December 25, 799 Son of Gordian II. Octavid
Polares July 9, 780-August 8, 809 December 25, 799 August 8, 809 Son of Hercules II. Octavid
Trajan June 9, 809-October 17, 823 August 8, 809 October 17, 823 (assassinated) Son of Polares. Octavid
Heredotus September 17, 766-April 15, 830 October 25, 823 April 15, 830 (assassinated) Usurper; formerly Regent. Herodian
Andrea Septimia (disputed) September 27, 787-May 19, 832 April 15, 830 May 19, 832 (assassinated) Wife of Polares and mother of Trajan. Octavid
Neuchrus (disputed) August 5, 773-May 3, 832 June 3, 830 May 3, 832 Rebel. Heucronid
Gordian III May 25, 801-January 10, 840 May 19, 832 January 10, 840 (assassinated) Usurper. Gordianiad

Third Laurasian Period (1080-1321)Edit

The Third Laurasian Period commenced on October 12, 1080, when, in the aftermath of his victory at the Battle of Ugra, Honorius I (known as the "Liberator") proclaimed himself King and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. This marked the reestablishment of the Stellar Kingdom of Laurasia. The Honorian Dynasty which he established ruled over the Stellar Kingdom for 118 years, until the death of Theodosius I in 1198. There then followed the rule of Eurymaschus Gadavaranius and his son Theodosius II, which was shortly afterwards followed by the Laurasian Time of Troubles. Ultimately, in February 1213, the Laurasian nobleman Leonidas was elected King and Autocrat of All the Laurasians, thereby ending the Troubles. The Leonidian Dynasty was to rule over the Laurasian dominions for more then two centuries, and was the last royal dynasty of Laurasia. In November 1321, King Seleucus I would proclaim himself Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians, thereby ending both the Third Laurasian Period and the Stellar Kingdom of Laurasia.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Honorius I January 22, 1040-October 27, 1105 October 12, 1080 October 27, 1105 Freed Laurasia from the Dasian Yoke; founder of Honorian Dynasty. Also known as the "Liberator". Honorian
Arasces III March 25, 1079-December 4, 1133 October 27, 1105 December 4, 1133 Son of Honorius I. Honorian
Honorius II August 25, 1130-March 28, 1184 December 4, 1133 March 28, 1184 Son of Arasces III; known as the "Terrible"; longest reign of any Laurasian monarch. Honorian
Theodosius I May 31, 1157-January 17, 1198 March 28, 1184 January 17, 1198 Son of Honorius II. Honorian
Eurymaschus (I) Gadavaranius July 25, 1151-April 13, 1205 January 17, 1198 April 13, 1205 Established Gadavarian Dynasty; once Regent. Gadavarian
Theodosius II June 7, 1189-July 8, 1205 April 13, 1205 July 1, 1205 (assassinated) Son of Eurymaschus I. Gadavarian
False Demetrius I (disputed) May 17, 1181-May 17, 1206 July 1, 1205 May 17, 1206 (assassinated) Usurper; claimed to be Grand Prince Demetrius. Honorian (claimed)
Arasces IV September 22, 1152-September 12, 1212 May 17, 1206 July 19, 1210 (deposed) Usurper. Arascanian
Vladislaus of Polonia (disputed) June 9, 1195-May 20, 1248 July 19, 1210 December 11, 1212 (deposed); resigned claim June 14, 1234 Usurper; son of Polonian King Sigis'ac. Vasalian
Leonidas I July 12, 1196-July 13, 1245 February 21, 1213 July 13, 1245 Founder of Leonidian Dynasty; descendant of Anastasia Cassanova. Leonidian
Artabanus March 19, 1229-January 29, 1276 July 13, 1245 January 29, 1276 Son of Leonidas I. Leonidian
Theodosius III June 9, 1261-May 7, 1282 January 29, 1276 May 7, 1282 Son of Artabanus. Leonidian
Menelaus August 27, 1266-January 29, 1296 May 27, 1282 (jointly with Seleucus I) January 29, 1296 Son of Artabanus. Leonidian
Seleucus I June 9, 1272-February 8, 1325 May 7, 1282 November 25, 1321 (as King) Son of Artabanus. Leonidian

Laurasian Empire (1321-present)Edit

Leonidian Dynasty (1321-1416)Edit

On November 25, 1321, Seleucus I was acclaimed Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians, following his victory in the Great Briannian War. Thus was established the Laurasian Empire. The Leonidian Dynasty continued to rule over the Empire for nearly a century, until the death of the childless Demetrius the Fat in October 1416.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Seleucus I June 9, 1272-February 8, 1325 November 25, 1321 February 8, 1325 Founder of Laurasian Empire; known as the "Victor". Leonidian
Seleucus II February 18, 1290-December 1, 1335 February 8, 1325 December 1, 1335 Son of Seleucus I; known as the "Strong". Leonidian
Didius Julianus October 19, 1296-October 25, 1354 December 22, 1335 October 25, 1354 Cousin of Seleucus II; known as the "Weak". Leonidian
Constantia (disputed) February 7, 1312-September 10, 1367 April 7, 1341 November 1, 1341 Daughter of Seleucus II; unsuccessful claimant. Leonidian
Antiochus I March 5, 1333-July 6, 1389 October 25, 1354 July 6, 1389 Son of Constantia; known as the "Great". Leonidian
Antiochus II September 8, 1357-April 6, 1399 July 6, 1389 April 6, 1399 Son of Antiochus I; known as the "Conqueror". Leonidian
Demetrius I December 24, 1366-October 19, 1416 April 6, 1399 October 19, 1416 Son of Antiochus I and brother of Antiochus II; last monarch of Leonidian Dynasty; known as the "Fat". Leonidian

Tiberian Dynasty (1416-1468)Edit

Following Demetrius I's death in October 1416 without any living heirs, the Laurasian General and Prince Tiberius was proclaimed Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. The Tiberian Dynasty ruled over the Empire for 52 years, until the suicide of Antiochus III "the Mad" in June 1468.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Tiberius II November 16, 1359-March 16, 1437 October 21, 1416 March 16, 1437 Elected; first monarch of Tiberian Dynasty; longest-lived Laurasian monarch. Tiberian
Caligula August 31, 1412-January 24, 1441 March 16, 1437 January 24, 1441 (assassinated) Adoptive son of Tiberius; known as the "Mad". Tiberian
Claudius II August 1, 1391-October 13, 1454 January 24, 1441 October 13, 1454 (assassinated) Nephew of Tiberius; known as the "Administrator". Tiberian
Antiochus III December 15, 1437-June 9, 1468 October 13, 1454 June 9, 1468 (committed suicide) Stepson of Claudius; last Tiberian monarch; known as the "Mad". Tiberian

Year of the Four Emperors and Vespansian Dynasty (1468-1496)Edit

Following Antiochus III's suicide in June 1468, a year of chaos descended upon the Empire, with a succession of Emperors from competing dynasties. Ultimately, the Laurasian nobleman, governor, and general Vespasian emerged victorious. His dynasty was to rule until the assassination of Antiochus IV, his younger son, in September 1496.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Tiberius III December 24, 1400-January 15, 1469 June 9, 1468 January 15, 1469 (assassinated) Elected; first of the "Four Emperors". Galban
Seleucus III April 28, 1432-April 16, 1469 January 15, 1469 April 16, 1469 (suicide) Usurper; second of the "Four Emperors". Otharian
Vitellius September 24, 1415-December 22, 1469 April 18, 1469 December 22, 1469 (assassinated) Usurper; known as the "Fat". Vitellian
Vespasian November 17, 1409-June 23, 1479 December 22, 1469 June 23, 1479 Elected; founder of the Vespansian Dynasty. Vespansian
Titus I December 30, 1439-September 13, 1481 June 23, 1479 September 13, 1481 Son of Vespasian. Vespansian
Antiochus IV October 24, 1451-September 18, 1496 September 13, 1481 September 18, 1496 (assassinated) Son of Vespasian; brother of Titus; last monarch of Vespansian Dynasty. Vespansian

Nervian Dynasty (1496-1592)Edit

Following the assassination of Antiochus IV in September 1496, the Laurasian nobleman and Governing Senator Nerva was acclaimed as Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. Nerva adopted the popular Laurasian administrator and general Antigonus as his successor. His Nervian Dynasty, with Emperors through Antoninus Pius following the adoptive procedure, was to last until 1592.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Nerva November 8, 1430-January 27, 1498 September 18, 1496 January 27, 1498 Elected; first monarch of Nervian Dynasty; known as the "Old". Nervian
Antigonus I September 18, 1453-August 7, 1517 January 27, 1498 August 7, 1517 Adoptive son of Nerva; known as the "Conqueror". Nervian
Lysimachus I January 24, 1476-July 10, 1538 August 7, 1517 July 10, 1538 Adoptive son of Antigonus I; known as the "Cultivated". Nervian
Antoninus Pius September 19, 1486-March 7, 1561 July 10, 1538 March 7, 1561 Adoptive son of Lysimachus I; known as the "Consolidator". Nervian
Antigonus II April 26, 1521-March 17, 1580 March 7, 1561 March 17, 1580 Co-ruler with Lucius Verus until 1569; adoptive son of Antoninus Pius; known as the "Philosopher". Nervian
Lucius Verus December 15, 1530-January 12, 1569 March 7, 1561 January 12, 1569 Co-ruler with Antigonus II until 1569; adoptive son of Antoninus Pius. Nervian
Commodus August 31, 1561-December 31, 1592 March 17, 1580 December 31, 1592 (assassinated) Son of Antigonus II; known as the "Terrible"; last Nervian monarch. Nervian

Year of the Five Emperors and Severan Dynasty (1593-1635)Edit

Following the assassination of Commodus in December 1592, Pertinax was elected Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. The Year of Five Emperors ensued, with Demetrius Severus, of the Severan family, ultimately prevailing (May 1593). The Severan Dynasty which he established ruled the Empire until the assassination of Alexander Severus in March 1635.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Pertinax August 1, 1526-March 28, 1593 January 1, 1593 March 28, 1593 (assassinated) Elected; first of the "Five Emperors". Pertaxian
Antiochus V January 30, 1533-June 1, 1593 March 28, 1593 June 1, 1593 (assassinated) Elected; second of the "Five Emperors". Julianian
Pescennius Niger May 29, 1535-June 8, 1594 April 9, 1593 June 8, 1594 (executed) Proclaimed; third of the "Five Emperors". Nigerian
Clodius Albinus July 22, 1550-February 19, 1597 April 14, 1593 (first); October 2, 1596 (second) June 24, 1593; February 19, 1597 (second) (executed) Proclaimed; fourth of the "five Emperors". Albinian
Demetrius Severus I April 11, 1545-February 4, 1611 April 14, 1593 February 4, 1611 Proclaimed; last of the "five Emperors"; founder of the "Severan Dynasty". Severan
Geta March 7, 1589-December 26, 1611 February 4, 1611 December 26, 1611 Son of Demetrius Severus I; co-ruler with his brother Caracalla. Severan
Caracalla April 4, 1588-April 8, 1617 February 4, 1611 April 8, 1617 (assassinated) Son of Demetrius Severus I; co-ruler with his brother Geta until December 1611. Severan
Macrinus January 27, 1565-June 14, 1618 April 11, 1617 June 14, 1618 (executed) Elected; cousin of Demetrius Severus I. Severan
Elagabalus May 9, 1603-March 11, 1622 July 1, 1618 March 11, 1622 (assassinated) Grand-nephew of Demetrius Severus I. Severan
Alexander Severus October 1, 1608-March 19, 1635 March 11, 1622 March 19, 1635 (assassinated) Cousin of Elagabalus; last Severan monarch. Severan

Crisis of the Seventeenth Century (1635-1685)Edit

Following the assassination of Alexander Severus in March 1635, Legate-General Maximinus Thrax was proclaimed Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. His accession marked the beginning of the Crisis of the Seventeenth Century, which lasted for the next fifty years. Twenty-four emperors from competing dynasties ruled during this time, along with a slew of claimants, rebels, and breakaway rulers (from the Samanthan and Neo-Xilanian Empires, 1660-74). This period was a time of civil war, economic decline, and foreign conflict.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Maximinus I January 22, 1573-May 12, 1638 March 19, 1635 May 12, 1638 (assassinated) Usurper; known as "Thrax" (Thracian). Thracian
Gordian IV March 7, 1569-April 12, 1638 March 22, 1638 April 12, 1638 (suicide) Rebel; co-ruler with his son Gordian V. Semiporanian
Gordian V May 5, 1592-April 12, 1638 March 22, 1638 April 12, 1638 (killed in battle) Rebel; Son of Gordian IV; co-ruler with his father. Semiporanian
Pupienus July 12, 1578-July 29, 1638 April 22, 1638 July 29, 1638 (assassinated) Elected; rebel; co-ruler with Balbinus. Puperian
Balbinus March 7, 1576-July 29, 1638 April 22, 1638 July 29, 1638 (assassinated) Elected; rebel; co-ruler with Pupienus. Balbarian
Gordian VI January 20, 1625-February 11, 1644 July 29, 1638 February 11, 1644 (assassinated) Elected; grandson of Gordian IV and nephew of Gordian V. Semiporanian
Philip I May 27, 1604-October 2, 1649 February 15, 1644 October 2, 1649 (killed in battle) Proclaimed; co-ruler with son Philip II 1647-49. Philippian
Philip II November 1, 1638-October 3, 1649 July 29, 1647 October 3, 1649 (assassinated) Son of Philip I; co-ruler with his father. Philippian
Decius June 7, 1601-August 9, 1651 October 12, 1649 August 9, 1651 (died in battle) Usurper; co-ruler with his son Herennius Etruscus (1651) Decian
Herennius Etruscus August 12, 1626-August 9, 1651 May 9, 1651 August 9, 1651 (died in battle) Son of Decius; co-ruler with his father. Decian
Hostillian June 1, 1627-November 6, 1651 August 13, 1651 November 6, 1651 Son of Decius and brother of Herennius Etruscus; co-ruler with Trebonianus Gallus. Decian
Trebonianus Gallus November 6, 1606-August 3, 1653 August 24, 1651 August 3, 1653 (assassinated) Proclaimed; co-ruler with his son Volusianus. Gallian
Volusianus August 22, 1632-August 3, 1653 December 8, 1651 August 3, 1653 (assassinated) Son of Trebonianus Gallus; co-ruler with his father. Gallian
Aemillian May 5, 1607-October 8, 1653 August 3, 1653 October 8, 1653 (assassinated) Usurper. Aemillian
Valerian January 15, 1595-May 9, 1660 October 8, 1653 May 9, 1660 (suicide) Proclaimed; co-ruler with his son Gaillenus. Publician
Gallienus September 23, 1618-September 5, 1668 October 27, 1653 September 5, 1668 (assassinated) Son of Valerian; co-ruler with his father 1653-60. Publician
Claudius III May 10, 1613-January 19, 1670 September 8, 1668 January 19, 1670 Proclaimed; known as "Vectorius". Claudian
Quintillus August 2, 1612-July 3, 1670 January 19, 1670 July 3, 1670 (killed in battle) Cousin of Claudius Vectorius. Claudian
Aurelian September 9, 1614-September 5, 1675 July 12, 1670 September 5, 1675 (assassinated) Proclaimed; known as the "Savior". Domitian
Demetrius Severus II February 19, 1600-June 9, 1676 September 5, 1675 June 9, 1676 Elected; distant relation of Demetrius Severus I. Severan
Florian April 12, 1630-September 4, 1676 June 12, 1676 September 4, 1676 (assassinated) Elected. Annian
Probus I August 19, 1632-April 9, 1683 September 7, 1676 April 9, 1683 Proclaimed; father of Aurelia Zemakala, wife of Neuchrus I. Probian
Maximinus II June 2, 1672-August 25, 1683 April 9, 1683 June 26, 1683 (deposed) Son of Probus I. Probian
Titus II October 2, 1652-August 22, 1685 June 26, 1683 August 22, 1685 (killed in battle) Brother of Probus I and uncle of Maximinus II; known as the "Cruel", last Probian monarch, and last monarch of the Crisis. Probian

Neuchrian Dynasty (1685-1803)Edit

In August 1685, Neuchrus I, after defeating and killing Titus II the Cruel at Bosworthian Fields, was acclaimed Emperor and Autocrat of All the Laurasians. Known as the "Reformer", he ended the Crisis of the Seventeenth Century and implemented sweeping changes to the Laurasian Empire's government, military, economy, and societal structure. The Neuchrian Dynasty which he established was to rule the Empire until the death of his granddaughter, Aurelia the Great, in March 1803. This was the longest-reigning dynasty since that of the Leonidian, some 269 years earlier. Under this dynasty, the Empire obtained new levels of power.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Neuchrus I January 28, 1657-April 21, 1709 August 22, 1685 April 21, 1709 Founder of Neuchrian Dynasty; known as the "Reformer". Neuchrian
Antigonus III June 28, 1691-January 28, 1747 April 21, 1709 January 28, 1747 Son of Neuchrus I; known as the "Extravagant". Neuchrian
Demetrius II October 12, 1737-July 6, 1753 January 28, 1747 July 6, 1753 Son of Antigonus III; known as the "Boy Emperor". Neuchrian
Minerva Greysius (disputed) October 10, 1737-February 12, 1754 July 10, 1753 July 19, 1753 (deposed) Grand-niece of Antigonus III; ruled for nine days. Neuchrian
Didymeia I February 18, 1716-November 17, 1758 July 19, 1753 November 17, 1758 Daughter of Antigonus III; known as the "Terrible"; first legitimate female sovereign. Neuchrian
Aurelia I September 7, 1733-March 24, 1803 November 17, 1758 March 24, 1803 Daughter of Antigonus III; known as the "Great"; longest effective reign for a Laurasian monarch. Neuchrian

Harrigonian Dynasty (1803-present)Edit

Following the death of Aurelia the Great without children or other close relatives in March 1803, she was succeeded to the throne by Lord Lysimachus Harringtia, a descendant of Antoninus Pius and of Probus I. He became Lysimachus II, and established the Harrigonian Dynasty, which currently rules over the Laurasian Empire.

Name Lifespan Commencement of Reign Termination of Reign Notes Dynasty
Lysimachus II December 23, 1777-March 27, 1825 March 24, 1803 March 27, 1825 Distant relation of Aurelia I; first Harrigonian monarch. Harrigonian
Archelaus I September 19, 1801-January 7, 1855 March 27, 1825 January 7, 1855 Son of Lysimachus II. Harrigonian
Alexander I May 29, 1830-February 26, 1885 January 7, 1855 February 26, 1885 Son of Archelaus I. Harrigonian
Lysimachus III October 14, 1833-September 16, 1901 February 26, 1885 December 11, 1888 Brother of Alexander I. Harrigonian
Didymeia II April 30, 1862-December 28, 1894 December 11, 1888 December 28, 1894 Daughter of Lysimachus III. Harrigonian
Leonnatus I November 4, 1850-March 8, 1902 December 28, 1894 March 8, 1902 Husband of Didymeia II. Harrigonian
Theodora I February 8, 1865-present March 8, 1902 present (c. 1905) Daughter of Lysimachus III. Harrigonian

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