Sephimora (Origo Mundi)

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Sephimora
c. 260 - Present
Flag
Flag of Sephimora
Capital Nelgistis
Languages Eclisian, Old Mesallian (Official)
Edomian, Emalian, Vomasian, Tahuan
Religion Enulmism
Demonym Sephimoran
Government Theocratic Elective Monarchy
Historical era Classical
 •  Southern Exodus c. 260
 •  Emergence of Jesiphim c. 280
 •  Disestablished N/A
Preceded by
Ulmaxares

The nation of Sephimora (a term derived from the Eclisian title of Jesiphim, meaning "the Returned"; here meaning "Land of the Returned") is a theocratic kingdom located south of Mesallas and east of Edom. The nation was founded after the destruction of Ulmaxares and the fall of the Great Temple of Nerimos, which resulted in a "Southern Exodus" of Ulmians across the desert to Sephimora's location. The migration was led by the son of Xares, Vedun, who carried with him the Holy Dwelling of Enyeas, which was believed to be a physical dwelling of Enyeas (the True God of Ulm). The dwelling was carried from Nerimos to Leviea, and then to Nelgistis, the new settlement founded by Vedun's tribe.

Much like Ulmaxares, its successor states were ruled as theocratic nations adhering to the law of Xaresian Ulmism. Around the year 280 the prophet Jesiphim appeared in the city of Leviea, and was proclaimed Nelrim II, the reincarnated spirit of the Ulmian prophet. The tradition that formed as a result, derived from Ulmian teachings, became known as Enulmism, with the nation of Sephimora as its epicenter.

Rulers[edit | edit source]

Rulers of the Three Cities region

  Unaffiliated    House of Xares    Azozian Vassals    House of Cassander    Ioxemandereans 

 Ruler of Democratos  Ruler of Sephimora Leader of Leviea Leader of Ulmaxares  Ruler of Nerimos  Ruler of Dascelos  Ruler of Ghanis  Ruler of Ephenus
Xares I Levian
(232 - 259)
Vedun I
(259 - 260, 282)
Nelrim II Jesiphim
(282 - 285)
Vedun I / Seven Apostles
(285 - 287)
Adranates
(285 - 305)
Erenus
(287 - 313)
Adranates I
(291 - 305)
Vedun II Nicantis
(313 - 321)
Adranates II Letos
(305 - 319)
Levian I Milodus
(321 - 329)
Garus I Disamus
(319 - 330)
Vedun III Pyramus
(329 - 347)
Cassius I
(330 - 334)
Mesandrius Caro
(334 - 346)
Erenus II Emedus
(347 - 366)
Adranates III Philomus
(346 - 380)
Levian II
(366 - 375)
Zolius
(380 - 387)
Vedun IV Nelamus
(375 - Present)
Garus II
(387 - 393)
Xares II
(393 - 400)
Cassander I Nerimanus
(400 - 408)
Ioxemander
(408 - 420)
Ichabon
(420 - 428)
Zolius II
(420 - )
Adranates IV
(420 - )
Vedun V Sotiras
(428 - 430)
Xares III
(428 - 431)
Adranates IV
(420 - 461)
Lysimedes
(Founder)
Erisander I Levian
(431 - 477)
Niconus
(-476)
Erenus III Levian
(477 - 494)
Ichabon II
(494 - 502)
Haliecles
(502 - 550)
Ichabon III
(550 - 602)
Start of civil war
Erisander II
(602)
Vedun VI
(602)
Adranates V
(602 - 607)
Tiramus
(602 - 614)
Sarnon
(602 - 609)
Erisander II
(602)
Vedun VI
(602 - 609)
Leto Agenandes
(602 - 612)
Erisander II
(602)
-- Sarnon
(607 - 609)
Tiramus
(602 - 614)
Vedun VI
(609 - 615)
Vedun VI
(609 - 615)
Ichabon IV
(612 - 617)
Vedun VI
(609 - 615)
Pyrander
(614 - 628)
Ichabon IV
(612 - 617)
Pyrander
(614 - 628)
Levian III
(617 - 618)
Vedun VII
(618 - 636)
Levian IV
(636 - 660)
Haliecles III
(628 - 639)
Levian V
(660 - 672)
Agetos
(639 - 642)
Xerangedirus
(639 - Present)
Ptelamus
(639 - Present)
Yeseculecus
(672 - 677)
-- Yeseculecus
(672 - 677)
Ptelamus
(677 - 681)
Xares IV
(681 - 681)
Haliecles IV
(681 - 681)