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Kingdom of Aldia

Kingdom of Aldia

Königreich Alden (Hesurian)
Flag of Aldia
Aldia flag.png
Above: State flag (1336-1707)
Below: Flag (1707-1798)
Coat of arms
Motto: Rex, Gloria et Patriae
King, Glory and Country
Anthem: Aldensang
Chant of Aldia
Aldia at its largest territorial extent in 1794.png
Aldia at its largest extent from 1793 to 1841 within the Mascyllary Kingdom
CapitalAugusthal (official capital of the kingdom until 1794)
Common languagesHesurian (official)
GovernmentAbsolute monarchy (until 1793)
Constitutional monarchy (from 1794)
• 1297–1310 (first)
Joseph I
• 1883–1923 (last)
Ludwig I
Historical eraMiddle AgesEarly modern period
• Peace of Westmarke
• Peace in Hubertsburg
• Constitution adopted
9 June 1715
• Battle of Auserburg
24 June 1786
• Elbgau Confederacy founded
6 October 1787
23 May 1793
• Abdication of Ludwig I
20 May 1923
• End of the Mascyllary Revolution
26 January 1924
CurrencyThaler 1297-1582
Königsthaler 1583-1790
Reichsthaler 1791-1793
Karning 1794-1923
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Duchy of Aldia
First Cuthish Empire
Grand Duchy of Jusland
Duchy of Lensrau
Kingdom of Marlau-Reifurt
Lehpold States
Crowned Republic of Mascylla
State of Aldia
Second Cuthish Empire

The Kingdom of Aldia (Hesurian: Königreich Alden) was a sovereign state and Mascyllary kingdom centered around the historical state of Aldia and additional territories in northern and central Mascylla from its formal foundation in 1297 following the conclusion of Dilisme's War with the Peace of Westmarke to its re-organization into the democratic State of Aldia after the Mascyllary Revolution in 1924. It was the leading nation in the unification process of Mascylla in the War of the Five Kings and in the Mascyllary Kingdom until its dissolution in 1924.

The kingdom was created from the unified Duchy of Aldia and Grand Duchy of Fania after Grand Duke Joseph I of Fania crowned himself King of Fania and Aldia in 1297 following the Peace of Westmarke that drastically altered the Mascyllary political landscape. As a maritime and agricultural power, it grew to become one of the most influential Mascyllary states by the 15th century. After the gradual decline and partitions of Cuthland, Aldia was recognized as one of Berea's great powers and effectively pushed for an effort of Mascyllary unification, which was reisted by the Kingdom of Adwhin. In 1757 it became a decisive member state of the Elbgau Confederacy and oversaw its evolution to the Mascyllary Kingdom following the War of the Five Kings in 1789-93, with the King of Aldia ascending to the status of Mascyllary King. In 1923 however, the Mascyllary Revolution led to the initial expelling of the monarchy, but later re-institution as a constitutional monarchy which continued the line of solely Aldish monarchs ruling Mascylla.


Union with Fania

Rise in power

Territorial evolution of the Kingdom of Aldia since 1297

Four Weeks' War and aftermath

Cuthish influence

Colonial empire

Rivalry with Adwhin

Mascyllary unification