Treaty of Alexandria
Type of treaty Peace Treaty
Drafted May 1627
11 January 1629
Effective 11 January 1629
Signatories Damascan Sultan
Mansurriyan Ruler
Yemeni Sultan
Urdustani Emperor
Emperor Thomas II Palaiologos
Dacian ruler
Tsar Tvrtko Krešimir VI
Languages Arabic, Bohairic Coptic, Croatian, Greek, Romanian, Urdu

The Treaty of Alexandria is the treaty that ends the war in Egypt between the UIN, the Christian Coalition, and the native Egyptian government and also resolves disputes between the powers regarding access and regulation of the Philadelphi Canal.

Roman Terms For Consideration


The nation of Egypt shall enter into Roman vassalage for a time until annexation is more proper for continued governance of the Egyptian state. 

Rome shall inherit control of the Philadelphi Canal and be responsible for its upkeep and protection. 

The previous Exarchate of Libya will be ceded back to the Empire, and the land considered part of the Exarchate of Cyrene will also be returned to the Empire.

Rome will finance the construction of adequate ports in the Croatian and Dacian enclaves. 

Roman and external authorities will respect the rights of both Christians and Muslims to peacefully pray or build houses of worship in lands the former Egyptian state ruled. 


Dacia will receive an enclave, and may construct a port there with Roman financial assistance.


The Tsardom of Croatia shall gain the Safaga (Arabic: سفاجا Safāga). The Roman government in Egypt shall aid the development of the village to an actual port. The name of the settlement shall be changed to Čudoljubovo (loose translation of original Greek Philotera, Phil- meaning beloved, dear and tera sign, marvel or wonder).

UT's Thing

UT's Thing will receive an enclave. Since there is already a port there, Roman financial assistance will not be required. 

Damascan Sultanate

The Sultanate will receive the remainder of the Sinai peninsula as well as an enclave incorporating the city of Cairo. The Sultanate must finance the construction of an adequate port for the transfer of troops or supplies. Rome will not hinder the movement of peaceful civilians in and out of the Cairo enclave. 

The Canal

Rome shall inherit control of the Philadelphi Canal and be responsible for its upkeep and protection. 

All nations not at war with the Roman Empire or the vassal of Egypt will be permitted to use the canal for trade or the movement of civilians or troops. 

Rome must be notified of troops moving through the canal. Failure to comply will result in military escort. 

No fighting must take place in the canal or the entrances, and failure to abide by this will result in fines, military escorts for the parties involved and possible military action. 

Taxes on the canal will be set at a current flat rate of 2% of a ship's trade cargo value and if any of that cargo comprises slaves, 4% of the value of the slaves. 


Christian Nations

  • Roman Empire: Thomas II Palaiologos, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans "This is not your grave but you are welcome in it." 02:10, September 19, 2014 (UTC)
  • The Consulate of Dacia: Grand Consul Dan Drăculești, Lord Protector of Dacia, Protector of Kiev, Protector of Halych, Defender of the Danube, Dragon of the East. Stephanus rex (talk) 02:23, September 19, 2014 (UTC)
  • Tsardom of Croatia: His Imperial Apostolic Majesty, by the Grace of God, Tsar Tvrtko Krešimir VI Nelipić, Ruler over all Croatian lands, Tsar of all Croats and Croat lands, blessed Protector of Croatian peace and prosperity, Lord of the Eastern Adriatic and Knyaz maker of Western Hungary SkyGreen24(Party,quotes) 13:36, September 19, 2014 (UTC)

Muslim Nations

(Insert UT's ruler here)  This is UglyTurtle, Signing off. 02:33, September 19, 2014 (UTC) Sulimen IV The Italian Stallion (talk) 19:54, September 20, 2014 (UTC)


That should be all, and I hope all find it reasonable enough. If there is anything I have forgotten, let me know. "This is not your grave but you are welcome in it." 20:07, September 18, 2014 (UTC)

Mansurryian Proposal:

1)Despite the UIN winning the Aegyptian War, (by +20) we recognize Roman's vassalization of Aegypt, because of history.

2) Mansurrya, however, requests that the UIN gets a 1% tax rate as opposed to 2%, per the +20 victory

3) Mansurryia shall also receive four enclaves because of the +20 victory (Hurghada, Sham-el Sheik, Ras Gahrib and OTL Suez). 

4) Because The Aegyptian War was declared by the UIN to defend Muslims from being persecuted in Alexandria (we figured that the Muslim attacks would enrage the Aegyptian Government, thus beginning a Muslim Purge in Aegypt.) Thus the Christian Coalition declare the Aegyptian War in order to protect the Christians in the collapsing Aegypt nation. For these reasons, we request that both parties agree to protect both Christians and Muslims and not to kill or hurt either members of each religion. 

Roman Response: We decline Proposal two and the city of Suez.

Manssuryian Counter-response: We propose that instead of proposal two, we shall be the preferred Muslim trading nation of the Roman Empire and the city of Ain Sukhna (subject to change.)

Roman Response: Manssuryia will be the main Muslim trading nation of the Empire along with Urdustan. City granted. 

Manssuryian Response: We thank Rome for the trade agreement and the granting of Ain Sukhna. We are wondering if Hurghada, Sham-el Sheik and Ras Gahrib are also granted.

Roman Response, yes, Suez was the only objection.

Manssuryian Response: We agree to the terms and conditions of the First Treaty of Alexandria, and thus we will be the first Muslim Nation to sign this treaty. We hope that this treaty will mark years of peace and prosperity of our mutual coalition and we look forward to a great future. 

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