Erelia of Amberia and Eilän

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Erelia
Empress of the Anisorans
Queen of Casella and Pastana
Grand Duchess of Amberia and Eilän

Erelia lounging before the Medio, by Gesalec (7369)
Empress-consort of the Anisorans
Tenure
10 March 7368 - 19 April 7384
Queen of Casella and Pastana
Tenure
10 March 7368 - 9 March 7370
Grand Duchess of Amberia and Eilän
Tenure
17 August 7342 - 7 February 7424
Personal Details
Born 17 August 7342
Þiudan Anstegen, Amberia
Died 7 February 7424 (aged 81)
Santorenna, Pastana, Anisoran Empire
Spouse Marius I of Anisora (m. 7368)
Issue Tiberia Larissa (born 7369)
Hosto Aurelio (born 7371)
Lucio Flavio (born 7375)
Full Name
Cheltic:

Anisoran:

Aje-Erelie Xhenia

Aia Erelia Xenia
House House of Ajas-Anstegen
Mother Aje-Kateriin of Amberia
Father Leander Vilha
Religion The Faith

Erelia of Amberia and Eilän, (17 August 7342 – 7 February 7424), born Aje-Erelie Xhenia äv Ajas-Anstegen and known in Anisora as Aia Erelia or simply Erelia, was the first Empress of the Anisorans following the establishment of the Anisoran Empire in 7367. She was born a Grand Duchess of Amberia, the third and final child of Amberian Queen Aje-Kateriin I and her favorite, the Baron of Llodrihs.

On 10 March 7368, she became the Empress-consort of the newly proclaimed Anisoran Empire and Queen of the Dual Kingdom of Casella and Pastana upon her marriage to Marius Decus, King of the Dual Kingdom and Emperor of the Anisorans. The marriage was not a happy one, due to Marius' continued relations with the Duchess of Bogliano and Erelia's chafing against the unfamiliar constraints placed upon her by Anisoran society. Nonetheless, the couple would produce three children, and the Empress' artistic inclinations would endear her to the wider populace.

Known for her great beauty, Erelia was the subject of a series of portraits by her dearest friend, the court painter Gesalec. She was a short story writer and a novelist, publishing her works as "G. Honoria Vespacci", and is considered one of the foremost precursors of the modern-day Romantic literary movement.

Contents

Early Life

Marriage

Empress

Later Life

In Culture

Gesalec's Portraits

An undated portrait, commonly considered to have been completed around 7371.

Literary Work

Issue

NameBirthDeathSpouseChildren
Princess Larissa, Duchess of Jullana20 December 73693 April 7399L. Ermino Rufus, 2nd Duke of JullanaH. Flaviano Rufus, 3rd Duke of Jullana
T. Mario Rufus, 4th Duke of Jullana
T. Norberto Rufus
Prince Aurelio, 4th Duke of Marra12 August 737112 January 7444L. Luisa da MatrignanoPrince Aurelio, 5th Duke of Marra
Prince Michele
Prince Flavio1 December 737518 May 7376Never married

Ancestry

Notes

References

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