The Kingdom of New-Saxony was an autonomous kingdom ruled by queens. It was located in the east of Rodenia, north of the Navonian Kingdom. It was formed in 1695 when Duchess Elisabeth married King Charles III of Navonia. Charles ruled both his kingdoms in a personal union and adopted Elisabeth's son, Edward I of Saxony as his legal heir. When Charles III died, the Navonian nobility however refused to let Edward assume the throne. This sparked the Navonian Civil War. The New-Saxony Kingdom existed as an autonomous political entity until the Treaty of Pargoth in 1731.
List of Kings and Queens Edit
- Main article: List of rulers of Navonia.
- 1695-1722: Charles III, King of Navonia and New-Saxony
- 1722-1724: Elisabeth I, Queen of New-Saxony
- 1724-1731: Edward I, King of New-Saxony