Frederick I of Soravia
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Portrait of Frederick by V.D. Panchuk, 1726
|Emperor of Soravia, Prince of Wittislich, Chancellor of Azmara |
|Reign||July 2, 1722 – April 29, 1756|
|Coronation||July 7, 1722|
|Born||20 March 1695|
Patovatra, Soravian Empire
|Died||29 April 1756 (aged 61)|
St. William's Palace, Heuthenberg, Azmara
|Spouse||Victoria Kosenko of Vichodnia|
|Issue||Karl I of Soravia|
Charles of Vedmed
Henry of Azmara
|Mother||Anna of Soravia|
Frederick I of Soravia (born Frederick of Ryksmark-Halte-Herdorf, 20 March 1695 – 29 April 1756; aged 61) was Emperor of Soravia and Prince of Wittislich from 1722 to his death in 1756. He was also the first and only Soravian emperor to be the elected Chancellor of Azmara, a title he held for the same period of time. Succeeding to the throne after the premature death of his father, Casimir III, Frederick ruled over Soravia during its first years as an established great power in Euclea, after its victory in the Ten Years' War and subsequent major gains at the Congress of Cislania. He oversaw the modernisation of the Soravian army, expansion of its influence in eastern Euclea as well as the Aslamid War, which saw Soravia gain the Kassar concession.