A Short History of the Principality of CarpiaEdit
Carpia was the poorest of the three Principalities and it depended on them for its support. The diplomatic conditions of the Carpi with any of the other Kingdoms was not any better. The Carpians were found in all of the three Principalities because hardly any of them wanted to live in their home Principality. The system which had made the money for the nobility and the Prince of Carpia revolved around keeping the poor in a position of dependence on the farmland they worked. Prince Jasomir was not able to change this and had hardly any motivation to do so. He lived in a palace and hardly ever left it. His life was so extravagent that it made him heavily overweight even while many of his people were starving or close to it.
List of Princes of CarpiaEdit
Prince Jasomir 1220- (467- AD)