Kingdom of Ultmar
Viceimperial Kingdom of Ultmar
Ultmar at the time of dissolution
|Status||Template:Infobox country/status text|
|Common languages||German, Burgundian|
|Religion||Levantine Catholic Church, Merchantile Reform Protestant, Judaism|
|565,140 km2 (218,200 sq mi)|
|Currency||Imperial Thaler (Th)|
The Kingdom of Ultmar was made up of the sovereign nations and provinces of the Great Principality of Burgundie, the Archbishoprics of Ardebriga and Röthenau, the Bishopric of Ehrenfell, the Electorates of Collendum and Roln.
- 1 History
- 1.1 Prehistoric Northern Levantia
- 1.2 Ancient Northern Levantia
- 1.3 Post-classical Northern Levantia
- 2 Government
- 2.1 Royal Government
- 2.2 Imperial Government
Prehistoric Northern Levantia
3.3 million years ago to the advent of consistent Oral law, the earliest of which appeared c. 3200BC
Ancient Northern Levantia
The Levzeish peoples were ancient Levantine culture who established non-centralized settlements all across Levantia. They were estimated to have arrived in Ipar in the 6th century BC. They gave Ipar its ancient name, meaning "north" in Levzeish. The Levzeish lived much more permanently then the Impaxi semi-nomadic lifestyle and they created ancient port cities on the eastern and northern coast of Ipar. The largest settlement was Biscainhos, close to the modern capital of Vilauristre.
Post-classical Northern Levantia
High Middle Ages
Great Confessional War
The electors of each electorate county in Ultmar were hereditary titles held by the Dukes of Electorates. While they are not automatically also the County Governor, in many cases they run for the separate office and hold that position as well.
Ultmar had 30 members of the Imperial Diet in both secular (20) and religious positions (10).
Included the Electorate of Burgundie. Weakest circle