Etrurian First Republic

Etrurian Republic
Republic of Heaven

Reppublica Etruriana
Repubblica del Cielo
Flag of
Flag
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Coat of arms
Motto: 
Anthem: 
CapitalTyrrenhus (1784-1787)
Solaria (1787-1810)
Religion
Solarian Catholicism
Demonym(s)Etrurian
GovernmentDirectorial republic (1784-1785)
Theo-directorial republic (1785-1810)
President of the Convention 
• 1784
Aurelio Polizzi
Member of the Aventine Triad 
• 1784-1785
Francesco Cassio Caciarelli
• 1784-1785
Massimiliano Malaspina
• 1784-1785
Giovanni-Paolo Danova
First Citizen 
• 1785-1810
Francesco Cassio Caciarelli
LegislatureSenate of the Republic
History 
• Established
20 January 1784
9 September 1783
3 November 1783
20 January 1784
10 July 1784
• La Purga
18 July 1784
20 July 1784
12 August 1810
Population
• 1784
18,398,200
• 1810
19,998,200
CurrencyEtrurian piastra
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Commune of Altidona
Commune of Ossuccio
Duchy of Chiastre
Grand Principality of Dinara-Faulia
Exalted Republic of Povelia
Duchy of Torrazza
Grand Duchy of Carvagna
Grand Principality of Tyrrenhus
United Kingdom of Etruria
Jossia
Gapolania
Today part ofEtruria
Gaullica
Piraea
Galenia

The Etrurian First Republic (Prima Repubblica Etruriana), officially known as the Etrurian Republic (Repubblica Etruriana) and co-officially known as the Republic of Heaven (Repubblica del Cielo), was founded on 20 September 1784, during the Etrurian Revolution. The First Republic would end with the Caltrini Restoration on 18 August 1810. Throughout most of its existence, the First Republic was governed by the Pantheonisti faction, under a theocratic directorial republican system. The period of the First Republic was characterised by the overthrow of the Grand Principality of Tyrrenhus, the establishment of the Popular Convention, the Aventine Triad, the Pantheonisti led La Purga, its subsequent domination, the Republic of Heaven period, the Revolutionary Wars, La Tempesta and finally, its demise with the Caltrini Reactions and the Caltrini Restoration.

The First Republic would leave a profound legacy in both Etruria and the wider world, ideologically, politically, economically and religiously. It united the territories of Etruria for the first time since Solarian times and would export its unique theocratic republicanism across much of Southern Euclea, leaving an indelible mark on the evolution of the Catholic Church. In comparison to its rival Weranic Republic, the Etrurian Republic’s ideals and principles of popular universal suffrage, utilitarianism, egalitarianism and a Catholicism-infused Etrurian nationalism, would live on almost a century through the clergy and academic circles, ultimately being reconstituted in some form with the Etrurian Second Republic, following the San Sepulchro Revolution in 1888 that overthrew the Caltrini monarchy.