Kingdom of Navonia and Selessia
Flag of the Dual Monarchy
Motto United For Progress
Anthem none
State Dual Monarchy
Government Monarchial rule
Head of state Monarch
Head of government none
Established 1752
Predecessor Murcian Commonwealth
Successor First Navonian Empire
Capital Pargoth City/Murcia City
Currency Navonian dinar
Navonia under Massovian House

The Navonian-Selessian Dual Monarchy or the Kingdom of Navonia and Selessia was a country situated in the south-eastern area of Rodenia, bordering Granida and Sudetia. It was founded in 1752 out of the Murcian Commonwealth after Edward of Murcia died. It is also known as 'the restoration monarchy' and was ruled by the House of Massovia. It knew only two kings, Francis I and Francis II, who are both regarded as rather weak monarchs. During this era, the power of the bourgeoisie rose strongly. The House of Massovia proved to be incompetent as plundering and plotting where very common during their rule. This also caused the transition to the First Navonian Empire.

History Edit

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After the Navonian Civil War ended in 1736, the Murcian Commonwealth was established. The Commonwealth ceased to exist when Edward of Murcia died in 1752. His son was only five years old so the Navonian nobility saw a chance to restore the monarchy. They made an agreement with the Selessian upper class, who suffered greatly under Edward's rule, to put a neutral figure in charge. It was so that Francis I from the House of Massovia became king of the Navonian-Selessian Dual Monarchy. In 1769 he was succeeded by his son, Francis II, who is best known for his presence at the Elyses City Consultation. In this meeting he enforced a reopening of the Sudetian confines by stationing troops at the border until a treaty was signed. The House of Massovia proved to be not only neutral but also weak figures. During their rule plundering and plotting where very common and hardly ever punished. The lack of unity drove the new upper classes, who made their fortune in trade rather than by inheriting it, to create a joint private army to conquer the throne. King Francis II didn't resist at all and simply stood down. The bourgeoisie appointed William of Murcia, the grandson of Edward the Conquerer as ruler of the newly erected Navonian Empire.

Symbols Edit

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The flag of the Dual Monarchy was a contraction of the flag of the House of Pargoth and the flag of the House of Saxony. This was done to refer to the unity between both Kingdoms. The blue and white symbolize the waters and skies as in Navonia's colonial flag, the green is the color of New-Saxony. Also featured is the red Pargoth Cross as a reference to the House of Roses and the debt of the monarchy to the nobility of Pargoth.

List of Kings Edit

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