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This page lists the different cultural groups present in the Days After Chaos timeline, including all created religions, traditions and beliefs.
Following the chaos several groups chose to hold on to their ancient cultures or landmarks during the building of society. Because of this, in several communities across Europe and elsewhere there are several ethnic groups inspired by or based on Ancient Roman culture or traditions. This culture is especially predominant in states centered upon formerly Roman cities, where monuments and structures created by the Romans continued to stand. Although all Roman ethnic groups share a similar inspiration, depending on the region these groups can be completely different, with groups rising throughout the former Roman Empire's territory, all for the most part claiming to be of true "Roman" origin.
The North Romano-British people are an ethnic group primarily located in the north of the former nation of England (Roman province of Britannia). The domain of the North Romano-British people for the most part corresponds to the borders of the nation of the Senatus Populusque Nova Britannia, but also exists sparsely around northern England. The majority of North Romano-British people adhere to the Holy Patrimony.
The North Romano-British people are an ethnic group primarily located in the south of the former nation of England (Roman province of Britannia). Unlike their northern counterpart, the South Romano-British culture was born directly from Roman imagery prevalent in the south of the country, concentrated around former Roman outposts and cities. Unlike the north, which draws partially from an agrarian lifestyle present in Scotland and Northern England, the South Romano-British people are a lot more sparsely spread out, appearing mainly in certain cities in the south. Frequent trading in the south of the country has led to this culture spreading and merging with others in several nations in the south, including a few communities around London.
Throughout much of the British Isles several forms of traditional and modern English culture still exists, often corrupted by other emerging groups on the Isles. In urbanized areas of the south forms of modern British culture are prevalent, while in agrarian communities many towns have returned to traditional values and beliefs, bringing about a resurgence of Anglo-Saxon and Celtic cultures.
Royal English is a form of modern British culture that is present in some urban areas of southern England. Royal English is especially predominate in states such as Westminster, where evidence of former British administration remains. Royal English culture is often rooted in Victorian-era morals and etiquette.
A culture based loosely on the original British culture, which is mainly based in the Kingdom of the Fens, but is a minority in the Midlands also.
The Jutes are a group of English inhabitants centered around Kent and much of Southern England. Based upon the Germanic people who once settled the region, the modern Jutes are mostly defined by the early post chaos politics of their respective regions, which differentiated them from the Anglo-Saxons to the north of them. Jute strongholds include the Isle of Wight and several communities in Kent.
The Bay Culture, its individuals known as Bay Staters, is a culture native the Boston area and the east coast of New England, primarily in southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts.