Luthenia without political borders.

Luthenia (Patrician: Lutenià) is a Patrician devised continent located within the northern and western hemispheres.

Luthenia is bordered by the Zephyrian Ocean to the north, the Cinisbad Ocean to the west, and the Ventral Ocean to the south and the east. Luthenia is the world's largest continent by contiguous size.

Luthenia, in particular Patrician Isthmus, is noted to be the birthplace of Cinisbad culture. Luthenia played a large part in wine and olive trade from the late 13th to 18th centuries. It has also been home to a large part of world relations and peacemaking organisations.

Etymology Edit

Prior to the Patrician Continental Convention, the continent had no proper name. A group of fourteen geologists agreed on the name Luthenia; an adaption of the Patrician word luternia, meaning free.

Other names proposed were:

  • Campà or Campus
  • Lampracanà or Lambracania
  • Lambrinà or Lambrinia
  • Petrotinà or P(a)etrothinia

History Edit

Antiquity Edit

Hymus Palace

The Hymus Palace, now standing in the Ruins Site of Aetrus.

Ancient Luthenia had a profound influence on Cinisbadic civilisation. Cinisbadic democratic culture is often attributed to Ancient Luthenia. Ancient Luthenia during the time was referred to as Bathyrus. The Bathynes invented the polis, or city-state, which played a fundamental role in their concept of identity. These Bathyne political ideas were rediscovered in the late 18th centure by Luthenian philosophers and idealists. Bathyrus also generated many cultural contributions: in philosophy, humanism, and rationalism under Soletatri, Seroctàs and Taplò; in history with Hoduestrò and Cythudedis; in dramatic and narrative verse, starting with the epic poems of Morhè; in medicine with Cheriptopsà and Agnel; and in science with Thapysagrò, Dilceu and Medichesrà. Bathyrus soon became the most scientific and mathematically advanced nation in Luthenia, only to surpass the
Zephyrian Empire Greatest Extent

The Zephyrian Empire at it's greatest extent.

small tribes around it, and soon conquering it and unifying under one crown as the Zephyrian Empire.

The Zephyian Empire soon left its mark on law, politics, language, engineering, architecture, government, and many more aspects on Cinisbandic civilisation. During the pax zephyria, the Zephyrian Empire expanded to encompass the a majority of the Corelian basin and much of Luthenia.

Dark Age Edit

Alliance of Zephyrian Kingdoms (1058)

Zephyrian Kingdoms in 1058

During the decline of the Zephyrian Empire, and the dissolution into the Zephyrian Kingdoms, Luthenia entered a long period of change arising from what historians call the "Age of Migrations". There were numerous invasions amongst the Synians, and Caprilares. This age would later be referred to as the "Dark Ages". Isolated monastic communities were the only places to safeguard and compile written knowledge accumulated previously; apart from this very few written records survive and much literature, philosophy, mathematics, and other thinking from the classical period disappeared from Luthenia.

From the 11th century, Patrian history was greatly affected by the rise of Meram and the Caliphate. Moram Etyns first invaded historically Patrian territory under Avau Bachri, the first Caliph of the Breteuil Caliphate.

The Meram conquest of Patria

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