Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty

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The Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty was the most influential royal lineage in Kojolese history. It was founded in 1249; The military leader Abdi-Likk and his supporters had captured the city of Tyússen, which had been built on today's castle hill, from the formerly ruling Krun'a family. The Krun'as however collaborated with other opponents of Abdi-Likk, and managed to once again recapture the city in 1249. In the same year various marriage arrangements took place, and Surb Krun'a was announced as the first King of the Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty on the same day he was married to the daughter of the most important military general that had cooperated with the Krun'as.

The Pyilser-krun'as then ruled the city of Pyingshum without intermission until 1668; The great civil war and famine in 1620 weakened most other formerly strong kingdoms and principalities and King Surb Rēkku intensified his aspiration to gain more control over the other kingdoms in the area. In 1622, 4 years into his reign and at the age of 20, he had married 18 years old Chihaya Nabunga, daughter of the Hopponese leader Ato Nabunga and his concubine, or rather co-empress, Queen Riya. Riya was the king's favourite and therefore most wealthy concubine, which lead to her daughter being known as "the vein princess". The Hopponese leader hoped that the marriage would improve general political stability to the north of Hoppon; marrying his daughter to the Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty, he gambled that Surb Rēkku would be able to unify the area of today's Kojo. Eventually, 4 years before Rēkku's death in 1668, an area quite similar to today's Kojo was unified by the King and his Hopponese wife, and Pyingshum became the new country's capital. The country entered a phase called "High Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty", and the marriage to the Hopponese princess would have lasting impacts on Kojolese language and culture.

List of Monarchs

Early Pyilser-kun'a (1249-1668)

Picture Name
(Dates)
Reign Relatives Notes
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb A
(* ;
† )
1249-
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb B
(*;
†)
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb C
(* ;
†)
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb D
(*;
†)
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Firyongdo
(*;
†)
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Rēkku
(*1602;
†1672)
1618-1672 Son of predecessor Married Chihaya Nabunga (In Old Hopponese: Nobunaga), daughter of Hopponese leader Ato Nabunga and his favourite concubine and de-facto co-empress Queen Riya in 1622, unified all of Kojo in 1668

High Pyilser-krun'a Dynasty (1668-1828)

Picture Name
(Dates)
Reign Relatives Notes
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Rēkku
(*1602;
†1672)
1618-1672 Son of predecessor Married Chihaya Nabunga (In Old Hopponese: Nobunaga), daughter of Hopponese leader Ato Nabunga and his favourite concubine and de-facto co-empress Queen Riya in 1622, unified all of Kojo in 1668
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Kyiffae
(*;
†1715)
1672-1715 Son of predecessor Implemented the newly devised Kojolese alphabet in 1701 in an aspiration to homogenise the languages in Kojo and acustom it to the large changes the language had undergone due to the Hopponese influx.
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Anchaen-Taihē
(*;
†)
1715-1740 Nephew of predecessor
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Kyungwel
(*;
†)
1740-1799 Grand-Son of predecessor
Fontaine Lebon à Bourges.jpg Surb Racchi
(* )
1799-1828 Son of predecessor