Classical era (200BC – 200AD)
After the Great War in 200BC The Kingdom of Oksavidus, Haules and Javes where in ruins. Walosia took over the former kingdoms and annexed the entire main island. This took many years, seeing that the entire island is four times as large as the Kingdom of Walosia. Since Walosia was also shattered by war the Emperor proposed a bill to the newly opened senate, which consisted of the Emperors closest 10 associates. This bill opened the Walosian borders for immigrant who wanted land and was willing to work. This lasted for three years until the Emperor closed the borders again and started working on the interior. Another bill that the Emperor issued stated that former Oksavians, Haulians and Javises were below the average Walosian. This bill also allowed for the practices of slavery and forces labor to be used by Walosians.
The first Walosian University opened in 198BC and would be the only university in Walosia for the next 400 years. This university was however, only available for the elite and taught courses in Latin, Law and Philosophy.
When Emperor Quintillus (the first emperor of Walosia) died he was buried in the basement of the Senate, where his grave still is located. All emperors and empresses are buried here except for Empress Victoria, which was dumped at sea.
The throne then was passed on to Quintillus`s cousin, Caesar. During his reign, some major changes happened. He abolished the senate and instituted an absolute monarchy that lasted until Emperor Fabian changed it in 900AD. He also intensified the relationships between Kingston and Walosia, which lead to the Kingston annexation in 54AD. The sugar and spice industry blossomed during this period, where slaves where forced to work to produce products to sell and trade with other nations. When Caesar died, he gave the throne to his son, Brutus. He was quite a different guy. He introduced many new laws into the Walosian book of law; example was the Throne succession clausal, which states that the throne shall be passed on from father to...