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Kingdom of Ængla
Coat of arms
Location of Angla within the Holy Levantine Empire in 1545
|Religion||Protestantism (from 1523), Catholic (to 1523)|
The Kingdom of Angla or Ængla was a dominion established in the 13th century following the elevation of the Margrave of the Ænglish March to the rank of King. From 1278, the Kingdom of Angla played an important role in the politics of the central Holy Levantine Empire, and it served as an important buffer between Urcea and the Kingdom of Latium. Following King Godwin II's conversion of the Kingdom to Protestantism in 1523, the Kingdom's relationship with the Holy Levantine Empire became increasingly antagonistic before the Emperor of the Levantines waged war on the Kingdom in the Nordmontaine War. Following the destruction of the Kingdom and the subsequent Great Confessional War, its territory was dissolved into the constituent duchies of the Kingdom. The Duchy of Hollona was incorporated in the Kingdom of Latium as well as duchies which became part of the Eastvale territories, Urcea, Kronenia, Aescaracta, and several "free duchies". These "free duchies" would reunify to form Anglei in the 19th century.