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The House of Vicenza

The Most Sophisticated House of Vicenza: the Monarchs

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Cesque Name

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Name (Son/Daughter)

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Edward II
Éduard II

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official portrait, circa. 1518

March 31st, 1502 – June 9th, 1523

ascended aged 28

LinkMargaret, Archduchess of Austria (Spouse)


Elisabeth I (Daughter)

First Vicentini Monarch of Ceyesca


Italian-Cesque in Origin, his mother was a Medici

Began the establishment of Cesque colonies in the Americas


Brought in Venetian influence
Established diplomatic relations with Austria

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Elisabeth I
Élisabéth I

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20th birthday portrait, 1527

June 9th, 1523 – November 16th, 1561

ascended aged 16

LinkLuís, Prince of Portugal (Spouse)


Charles IV (Son)

2nd Female Monarch of Ceyesca


Married a senior member of the Portuguese Royal Family

Abolished feudalism


Established diplomatic relations with Portugal
Passed a law which abolished male primogeniture

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Charles IV
Carlés IV

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official portrait, 1581

November 16th, 1561 – June 11th, 1582

ascended aged 31

LinkEleonora d'Este (Spouse)


Henry II (Son)

Mentally unstable


Was executed

Very unpopular


Sold North American colonies to the British
Fought a war against the Austrians which lost them Brescia, Mantua, Cremona, and Vicenza

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Henry II
Hénri II

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portrait sent to Sigrid of Sweden as a proposal, 1583

June 11th, 1582 – May 17th, 1625

ascended aged 21

LinkSigrid, Princess of Sweden (Spouse)


Henry III (Son)

Extremely absolutist; was poisoned


Led to the Marseille Revolt of 1624

Practiced absolute rule


Caused economic decline and poverty
Last monarch before the Cesque Civil War

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Henry III
Hénri III

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painted when head of the government in exile, circa. 1631

May 17th, 1625 – January 9th, 1644

ascended aged 41

LinkHelen, Princess of England and Scotland (Spouse)


Philip II (Son)

First monarch to be exiled


De facto King of Ceyesca

Ruled Ceyesca indirectly from London


Helped end the Cesque Civil War
First monarch to die outside of Ceyesca

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Philip II
Philipe II

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painted after winning the Cesque Civil War, 1663

January 9th, 1644 – March 12th, 1690

ascended aged 26

LinkIsabelle, Princess of Utabia (Spouse) LinkLeonora Christina of Denmark (Spouse)


Elisabeth II (Daughter)
LinkChristian, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)

First constitutional monarch of Ceyesca


Reigned in exile for first 18 years

Adopted a constitution


Created a parliament
Helped organise the government

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Elisabeth II
Élisabéth II

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leisurely portrait, 1693

March 12th, 1690 – December 25th, 1731

ascended aged 25

LinkMaximilian William, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Spouse)


Henry IV (Son)

Established colonies in Africa and Asia


Abolished slavery

Elected the First Prime Minister


Modernised the Cesque Court
Seccession of Piedmont-Sardinia

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Henry IV
Hénri IV

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last portrait, completed days before death, 1739

December 25th, 1731 – April 15th, 1739

ascended aged 43

LinkMaria Vittoria Francesca, Princess of Savoy (Spouse)


Elisabeth III (Daughter)

Shortest reigning Monarch of Ceyesca


Established diplomatic ties with the formerly Cesque owned Piedmont-Sardinia

Peaceful reign


Very uneventful
Moved capital from Milan to Marseille

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Elisabeth III
Élisabéth III

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official portrait, 1760

April 15th, 1739 – June 13th, 1778

ascended aged 29

LinkJohann Georg, Chevalier de Saxe (Spouse)


Anthony II (Son)
LinkJames, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)

"Golden Age"


Long reign of 39 years

Established income equality


Helped the United States during the American Revolutionary War
Established diplomatic relations with Morocco

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Anthony II
Antonho II

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official portrait, 1792

June 13th, 1778 – August 29th, 1798

ascended aged 40

LinkAnna Amalia, Duchess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (Spouse)


John (Son)

King during the Napoleonic Wars


Joined the 5th Coalition

Decriminalisation of homosexuality


Became a client state of France
Seceeded 90% of Ceyesca's land to Napoleonic France and other client states until liberation in 1810

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John
Jon

Link

portrait as heir apparent, circa. 1796

August 29th, 1798 – October 26th, 1847

ascended aged 18

LinkMaria Clementina, Archduchess of Austria (Spouse)
LinkMaria Annunciata, Duchess of Parma (Spouse)


LinkMarie Caroline, Duchess of Berry (Daughter)
Alexandra (Daughter)
LinkJames, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)

Won the Napoleonic Wars


Returned lands

Moved capital back to Milan


Reestablished the Empire
Expanded colonial rule

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Alexandra
Aléssandra

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wedding portrait, 1845

October 26th, 1847 – July 3rd, 1906

ascended aged 29

LinkGeorge V, King of Hanover (Spouse)


William VII (Son)
LinkFrederica, Princess of Ceyesca and Hanover (Daughter)
LinkMarie, Princess of Ceyesca and Hanover (Daughter)
LinkAlexandra, Queen of Greece (Daughter)
LinkNicholas, Prince of Ceyesca and Hanover (Son)

Longest reigning Cesque monarch


Started using title of "Empress"

Personal Union of Ceyesca and Hanover


Established huge European and Colonial Empire
Won the Franco-Prussian war of 1870

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William VII
Villém VII

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photograph, 1872

July 3rd, 1906 – February 19th, 1921

ascended aged 60

LinkCatherine, Grand Duchess of Russia (Spouse)


Charles V (Son)
LinkJosephine, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)
LinkFrederick, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkVictoria, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)

Ruled through World War I


Became a father aged 51

Legalised same-sex marriage and gender reassignment surgery


Lost World War I
Lost many colonial and European possessions

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Charles V
Carlés V

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photograph by Princess Anna, circa. 1947

February 19th, 1921 – May 5th, 1957

ascended aged 24

LinkAnastasia, Grand Duchess of Russia (Spouse)


LinkMario, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkAnna, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)
Caroline II (Daughter)
LinkFerrand, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkAlexandra, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)
LinkJulian, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkMaria, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)

Ruled through World War II


Monarch with the most children

Exiled to Corsica during the Second World War


Won World War II
Stable reign

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Caroline II
Caroline II

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photograph by Prince William, 1949

May 5th, 1957 – Present

ascended aged 25

LinkWilliam, Prince of Spain (Spouse)


LinkHenry, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkAnna Maria, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)
LinkLucia, Princess of Ceyesca (Daughter)
LinkCharles, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)
LinkPhilip, Prince of Ceyesca (Son)

Last Empress of Ceyesca


Current monarch

Carolinian Golden Age


Independence and Secession of European and Colonial Territory
Milan Terrorist Attack of 1986

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