A Short History of Aestia
Aestia was established around the important port city of Königsberg, the central port city for the Province of Scythia, which Aestia was part of during its Roman times. The Aesti were a small people who performed mostly as the merchant class in Königsberg. The King of Aestia before the Roman invasion, who named the city prior to its domination by the Romans which is why its name literally means 'mountain of the King'. The last traditional king of what the Aesti called the Old Kingdom was named Albrecht and was remembered in the cultural consciousness of the Aestians. It was in his name that the Cimbri motivated the Aesti to fight against the Roman aristocracy which lived in Königsberg. The Aesti only took a small hinterland because they knew they could depend on their friendly trade relations with almost all the other Kingdoms. The New Kingdom was a much wealthier place and the Aestians felt much better about their independence.
A List of Kings of the New Aestian Kingdom
Albrecht II 1220- (467- AD) He took the name of the last King of the Old Kingdom in honor of his memory.