Dual Kingdom of Casella and Pastana

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Dual Kingdom of Casella and Pastana
Regno Duplice di Casella e Pastana
12 April 7306 - 9 September 7367
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Flag of Casella and Pastana Coat of Arms of Casella and Pastana
Flag of Casella and Pastana Coat of Arms of the Dual Kingdom (Casella version)
State Motto In Nomine Regis
(Hallish: In the Name of the King)
State Anthem '
(Hallish: '
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Where in the world is Casella and Pastana?
Languages Anisoran
Founding Date 12 April 7306
Demonym Official: Anisoran
Unofficial: Casellan, Pastanan
Government Constitutional Dual Monarchy
Divisions
Capital Pena
Largest City Arrento
Population
Currency Corona and Grana
Historical events
Valerio III becomes King of Pastana
Decree of Unification
Montanessa incorporated into Casella
Anisoran Civil War
Marius I crowned Emperor of Anisora
7273
7306
7309
7363 - 7365
7367
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Succceded by:
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This article is about the constitutional union of the Kingdoms of Casella and Pastana. For other uses, see Pastana and Casella.

The Dual Kingdom of Casella and Pastana (Anisoran: Regno Duplice di Casella e Pastana), also known simply as Casella and Pastana or sometimes the United Kingdom of Casella and Pastana, was a constitutional union of the Kingdom of Casella and the Kingdom of Pastana that existed from 7306 to 7367, until the Dual Kingdom and other territories were reformed under Marius I into the Anisoran Empire. The union came into being following the Decree of Unification in 7306, which unified the kingdoms of Casella and Pastana, as well as the Principality of Montanessa, to unite the domains under the rule of the Tortagno-Nespola dynasty. The two former kingdoms, as well as Montanessa, had been in a personal union since King Valerio III, King of Casella, became King of the newly restored Kingdom of Pastana in 7273 following the collapse of the Cadrian Republic.

The formation of the Dual Kingdom was the first concrete step made toward the establishment of a truly united Anisoran state, which was eventually fully realised after the Anisoran Civil War and the formation of the Anisoran Empire by the Decus dynasty in 7367. The Union under the Dual Kingdom was, however, fairly limited, as the two kingdoms, as well as the Principality of Montanessa until it was incorporated into the Kingdom of Casella in 7309, were, by the articles of the Decree of Unification (7306), largely autonomous states. Foreign affairs and the military came under joint oversight, but all other governmental faculties were divided between the respective states and the two kingdoms retained their parliaments and existing legislature. The constitutional union did, however, pave the way for the establishment of the Anisoran Empire and had a significant effect upon national sentiment among Anisoran speaking peoples across the Medio Sea.

The Dual Kingdom had a great number of subsidiary states, protectorates and vassals under the power of the kingdoms of Pastana and Casella respectively. Although most of these states would later be incorporated into the Anisoran Empire as constituent states, the Decree of Unification only concerned lands directly ruled by the Tortagno-Nespola dynasty. During the period of the Dual Kingdom, however, the sphere of influence was increased and the diplomatic and political grip over these states was strengthened.

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