The Jerusalemite Empire was a large Christian empire founded in 235 A.D after the federalisation of the Jerusalemite League.
Early conquests and independence
In the 18th of June 83 A.D the Christian of the provinces of Judea and Syria begin to speak of an independence movement, and declare the "Kingdom of Jerusalem" as an independent realm, with the King being Peter I of house Derachian. The Roman Empire was unprepared for such an uprising, and had to rush in troops from nearby provinces to fight the rebels. The Kingdom of Jerusale fought against the Roman army successfully, but King Peter the I knew the only way to beat the Romans was to ask the Parthian emperor for assistance. The Parthians had to deny this, as they were fighting the Song in the East, but sent a detachment of soldiers over to assist.