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Roman EmpireTimeline: Game of Nations
OTL equivalent: Britain, Ireland, France, Italy
E Pluribus Unum
Corona et Crux
|Regional Languages||English, Scots, Irish, French, Italian|
|-||Consul General||Jean Michael Lawrence|
|-||Upper house||Lords Parliament|
|-||Lower house||People's Senate|
|-||Empire Declaration||July 4, 1707|
|Currency||Imperial Roman Sterling (IRS) (
|Time zone||Roman Mean Time|
|Drives on the||Right|
The Roman Empire was declared after the United Kingdom of Great Britain and France conquered the Italian peninsula. The United Kingdom itself was formed in the mid 15th century with the conquest of France by England. The United Kingdom of England and France later entered into union with the kingdoms of Scotland and Ireland. Throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, the United Kingdom extended its control over Italy at the expense of the neighboring Holy Roman Empire, eventually fighting the Great War of Europe, which began the formation of a united Germany and gave the UK control of Italy. The Roman Empire was declared in 1707 after the end of the War of the Western Succession. Rome went on to colonize large parts of the world, giving rise to nations such as Columbia and Cygnia. The "Modern Pax Romana", as it was known, was a period of world dominance by Rome that was ended by a series of bloody wars known as the English Revolution.
England and France
King Richard III conquered France. His descendants held together their twin kingdoms despite pressures from their neighbors, the Holy Roman Empire and Galicia. The Dual Kingdoms found an ally in Galicia's southern neighbor, leading to the House of ??? coming to the throne of England and France.
Great Britain and France
Queen Anne II was married to King Robert IV of Scotland, of the House of Hamilton-Campbell. Their son, Peter, became the first Hamilton king of Great Britain and France. Under the Hamiltons, the United Kingdom became the most powerful nation in the world, colonizing North Vingaard and establishing a massive trading presence in Asia. The Hamiltons brought the previously separate Kingdom of Ireland into the United Kingdom and expanded their reach into Italy, weakening the Holy Roman Emperors. The Hamilton dynasty ended in 1810 when King Alexander was deposed and exiled to Cygnia. His successor, Anne III, led the United Kingdom through the Great War and laid the groundwork for the Empire. Her son, Frederick II, became the first Roman Emperor.
20th century and revolution
The Roman Empire is governed by a bicameral legislature, the Grand Assembly of Rome. The upper house, the Lords Parliament, comes from the historical Parliament of England. The lower house, the People's Senate, has its roots in various English and French bodies. Its name is taken from the Senate of ancient Rome. The Consul-General is the head of government of Rome, the leader of the Senate and representative of the King-Emperor. The Kings-Emperors (Rex-Imperator) are both the King of Rome (the city) and the Emperors of the Roman Empire (nation), thus Rex-Imperator.
The numbering of Roman monarchs is based exclusively on the English kings, as the United Kingdom of England and France began under Richard III of England.
- Kings of England and France
- Richard III Plantagenet
- Richard IV Plantagenet
- Richard V Plantagenet
- Edward IV Plantagenet
- Edward V Plantagenet
- Edward VI Plantagenet
- Richard VI Plantagenet
- Anne I Plantagenet
- Henry IV Braganza
- Henry V Braganza
- Peter I Braganza
- Peter II Braganza
- Anne II Braganza
- Kings of Great Britain and France
- Peter III Hamilton
- Frederick I Hamilton
- William III Hamilton
- Peter IV Hamilton
- Kings of Great Britain, France, and Ireland
- Peter IV Hamilton
- Alexander Hamilton, Emperor of Cygnia
- Anne III Hamilton
- Roman Emperors
- Frederick II Wolff
- Frederick III Wolff
- William IV Wolff
- Frederick IV Wolff
- Frederick V Wolff
- Frederick VI Wolff