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Geography in Second Roman Empire
History of Second Roman Empire
Early years as Venice-Roman Republic (1451-1460)
It was gaining is small power in 1451 due of successful coup in Venice by Old Roman Revival Organization (Mixed of Western Roman reactionaries and rebel group) due to the goal is get back of old Roman ways to faith, culture, language and traditions as Byzantines are obviously fails to revived their new Roman Empire from Ottomans are killing them to shreds, And the island nation renamed as Venice-Roman Republic under lord Jupiter and Minerva. In 1460 the nation is declared two war of Sicily and other southern Italian Kingdom for conquest to restored the mainland for the second Roman Empire and renamed Sicily as Silica as the first sign of Old Roman Ways has begun.
Years as Second Roman Republic (1453-1520)
First Deal to Byzantine Empire (1453-61)
Since their second war succeeded they now referred to the nation as the Second Roman Republic due to the Byzantine Empire having the last province away annexed by Ottomans "Empire" so they invaded the island of Crete and Rhodes to split the deal of Byzantines to keep the west and give east of the island to Byzantine Empire, order to them survived of their capital is fallen by Ottomans. So after the two more wars started they gave Crete and Rhodes to Byzantine nation, Byzantine agreed to annex Crete Island and later Rhodes in order to survive in case the Ottomans invade the capital.
Successful Conversion of Venice (1462)
So since eleven years of the island was majority Catholic, the half of the island's population is converted to Neo-Roman faith so they abandon Jesus and now served Jove AKA Jupiter and other two Lords in Neo-Roman Faith and Now begin to started Roman holidays, traditions, etc. And some resistance is sent to Italia mainland to exile against the new faith.
Second and Final Deal of Byzantine Empire (1480-1502)
Four Wars of Croatia, Serbia, Breakway Nation of Athens, Mostly invasion of Italia Northern and later Southern invasion (1502-1516)
Invasion of Holy Papal States (1516-1519)
Succesful capture of Rome (1519-1520)
Formation of Second Roman Empire (1520)
Years as Second Roman Empire (1520-1822)
Second Roman Invasion of Jerusalem (1567-1582)
[Second] "New" Roman Civil War (1798-1805)
Post-New Roman Civil War (1805-1815)
Proposal of Dissolution of Second Roman Empire (1815-1822)
Fall of Second Roman Empire and Western remains part to Annexation from French Empire (1816-1822)
Religion and Theology in Second Roman Empire
Religion History in Second Roman Empire
Most the Empire's revival is depends on to converted the "old" Roman religion of Romanism from several centuries, and Christianity mostly wrapped out of Southern Europe for first time since 380 AD and eventually huge mass forced conversions of Islam predominantly Middle East in 1590 to 1705 into Roman Faith with several went into hiding in deserts or send few Imams into some far away Islands in Pacific Ocean (Most of Indonesia islands were one of them), Until its final years of Empire that finally give them their former status as accepted religious culture for Catholic (With Pope regain semi-autonomous control of Catholic zone) and Orthodox (With Patriarch of Con. regaining Two Semi-Orthodox autonomous zones in Byzantium and Mount Athos) only with access of both groups holy sites with some political controls.
While Minority Religions in Second Roman Empire were of Buddhism (Mostly Vajrayana Buddhism and Theravada Buddhism), Islam, Protestant (Lutherianism, Anabaptist, Baptist, Methodist, Evangelical) groups migrated and unconverted into Western and Middle Eastern control areas.
- Jupiterism, Minervanism and Marsism 62.2%
- Earth Followers of Italia 1%
- Faunties 0.2<
- Saturnaninism 3.5%
- Roman Catholicism 15%
- Roman Orthodoxy 10%
- Protestant 0.3%<
Unaffiliated or Non-Religions 5%
- Sunni 0.5%
- Shia 1%
- Druze 0.2%