French Revolution is welcommed at first by the duchy's population; the new Republic soon suppresses the British Parliament and abolishes the duchy's rights and priviledges. This year is known as the Second Year of Betrayal.
- What duchy is that ? (MP)
- Good question. From the context of the rest of the page I'd say Brittany (Bretagne), but I'm not sure. IJzeren Jan.
- But what would the British Parliament have to do with Brittany and the French Revolution? BoArthur
- Issue clarified. For the answer, see http://www.bethisad.com/armorica.htm
What coutry is that from ?
- The reality of the Act of Federation is grudgingly accepted by the Tinners' Senate and the great Veto of 1807 is reluctantly overturned.
--Marc Pasquin 15:59, 6 March 2006 (PST)
- Kemr, specifically Cornwall, if I'm not mistaken Nik 19:56, 6 March 2006 (PST)
- That would make much sense. BoArthur
When did Spanish Unification happen "here" and when didn't it happen "there"? Misterxeight 22:09, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
This is a tiw in to my Macedonian Diaspora idea:
- 305-8 AD: Under the Roman general Demetrius Maximus, Macedonia revolted under Roman control. It is never specified why, but it is assumed Demetrius Maximus was attempting to establish himself as Emperor, especially when he landed a small army in Italy, and assaulted Byzantium for several months in 306. However, Roman legions forced him and the remainder of his army back to their stronghold at Thessaloniki. As punishment for the severe widespread support of the general, it was order that the Macedonians be removed and dispersed, "so that no revolt, nor thought of it, will occur within the Empire." Most Macedonians settled in Achaea, though many more spread throughout the Empire, some settling as far West as Lusitania, and as far North as Germania.
So, what do you all think? Seth 01:08 July 11 2008