The Kingdom of Laginia is a nation spanning across the Mediterranean, taking up the Iberian and
Kingdom of Laginia
|Hahir and Lagin|
|-||Lower house||Provinical House|
|-||Pact of Ainar||2033|
|-||Desigination of Hahiric State||2035|
|-||2030 census||Upwards of 12 million|
||UD$ ¿? Million|
Drives on the
Maghreb (Algeria, Morrocco, and Tunisia) Mediterranean coast as well as the Suez canal region and the Asian side of west Marmara. The nation is apart of the Union of Iberia and Colonies as an Hahiric State, and has the biggest influence on it's government.
The word Laginia comes directly from the word Lagin, the traditional Head of State. Lagin comes from 2 Laginian words, Laur meaning light and Gil, meaning star. It comes to a wordplay that it means Evershining Star. Another way of seeing the etymology is another laginian word, Lin, meaning root, together with the word, Gil. Another word for the first part of the name is Ril, meaning shine.
Migration to IberiaEdit
Formation and Fall of the First KingdomEdit
Rise of the Second KingdomEdit
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Laginia, is a sovereign state located at the Meddieterrainean coasts, Located Southeast of Spain, North of Tunis and Morocco. The Country has one(two?) terretory(/ies?) at the eastern side of the meddieterrainean, the Eastern Laginia. At ______ square kilometers(______ square miles), And a population of 12.7 million inhabits, Laginia consist of the Southeastern Iberian coast and the Algerian coast. The National Language is laginian.
Laginia is an Absolute Monarchy, which resides in the Capital of Ainar. Laginia became a member of The Internal Union in ____.
In the 27th century BC, Laginia emerged as a conquering nation, taking control of the whole meddieterrainean coast. In the 10th century BC, the laginians lost the italian peninsula to The Romans. By the 3rd century BC, The romans took rest of Laginia, only leaving the new capital of Barnar left. By the start of the dark ages in the 7th Century, the laginians retook Ainar. In the 11th century Laginia retook their western lands. By the 16th century the laginians retook the last part of their modern lands, Sulnarkeamar.
Capital and largest cityEdit
Recognised regional languagesEdit
-Monarch; Lagin the ___th
Eastern Laginia _____
Jan 2030 estimate 12.672.392
Eastern Laginia 2.322.272 Density [population]/[square kilometer]
Drives on theEdit
Laginia originates from the name Lagin. Lagin Is coming from the 2 words, lin(root) and gil(star).
The root because the Lagin controls a country, and star because it will shine forever.
Before the templeEdit
The laginians has been in in the southern Iberian peninsuela since 5000 BC, and agriculture since 4500 BC. By 2750 Ainarule was finished being built.
Lagin I was known for his many tactics. Laginia used elephants from their southern neighbors. Laginia became a military power at southern iberia, and in 2600 conquering all of it.
By 2550 Laginia begun its invasion on the vandal nation of the south. The vandal holdings on the meddieterrainean coast fell in 2525, in the Battle Of Carthage. The city of Carthage was renamed Minar.
By 2470 Laginia began expanding trough southern France, and down trough the italian peninsuela. by 2430-2390 BC Laginia had a conquest on The Balkans and western Turkey. In 2270 Laginia conquered the egyptian coast, not attacking further down trough Egypt than untill Cairo. Laginia only established a few outposts on the very far eastern coast of meddieterrainean.
In 2230 Lynium I came to the throne. His brother Lagin II, was given governance of the egyptian regions. By 2220 a rebellion happpened in Laginia, splitting Laginia into four parts, North Laginia, South Laginia, East Laginia and West Laginia.
The rebellion ended in the Battle of Hanar, where Lynium I's troops landed on the north african coast. Lynium died in an assasination shortly after the war.
Lagin II managed to keep Laginia under control for nearly 1000 years. In 1200 BC A group of barbarians rampaged through the italian peninsula. With this sign of weakness, the egyptians didn't hesitiate with invading their former lands. The Phonecians to the east weren't late for kicking the laginians out either. The only east laginain lands which remained after this were western Turkey and southern Balkan.
In west Laginia, the north african troops managed to hold off the vandal invations. And in north Iberia the small village of Ramar suddenly grew to the starting point of the wall of the same name.
[Insert laginizated punic wars here]Battle of Minar
West Laginia stood untill the last piece of earth was conquered by the romans.
Laginia has lost its temple, and that way ending its golden age, it now slowly was consumed by the romans which came from the east. Only Barnar was left, which became a fleeing place, if you didn't wish to pay the roman taxes.
By 700 AD the laginians had stood idle for a bit too long. The city of Barnar was holding 500k inhabitants, while having Byzantine empire as their only neighbor. Over time relations had became good with the byzantines, so their didn't believe Laginia to be any threat.
In the other end of the meddieterrainean, the muslim had just begun their conquest of Iberia. The current Lagin saw that as a good chance to conquer the temple.
in 721 AD, a fleet of 300 ships and 3000 troops landed on the coast of Iberia.
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english: Temple of chaos. laginian: Ainar. size: City
english: The four elements. laginian: Sulnarkeamar. size: City
english: City of Chaos. laginian: Barnar. size: Town
english: Tower of Chaos. laginian: Minar. size: Town
english: Wall of Chaos. laginian: Ramar. size: Village
english: Castle of chaos laginian: Osnar size: Fort
english/laginian: DFP size: Not made yet
Coffee (Sorry for Doing this without asking, But Coffee is only grown in the area known as the Coffee belt between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, Thank you.)
The laginian language is thing all laginians needs to learn. Another thing is that, laginian is the hardest language in the EOEP world. The monarch of Laginia, Halfgod Lagin, speaks the original laginian language, and even the most experienxed laginian dosen't knows what he says. Some people says it isn't human language.
- 4756 years ago
- From Lagin the 2. death to present: