Pre-Peninsular Iverican History

The first part in the Iverican History Timelines.

A timeline of historic events dating from the initial settlement of the Iverican Homeland in Europa, to the exodite period of the Grand Viatge

0100-12-01 13:26:01

Establishment of Proto-Tacolism

The first treatise of Tacolic moral laws are written by the Apostolios on two velum sheets in this date approximately.

0300-01-01 03:26:51

Establishment of Monastic Education

During a period of long peace, Tacolic monasteries, once walled and guarded against marauding barbarians begin to formalise an education system for initiates, and eventually, missions to surrounding settlements.

0480-11-14 22:05:01

Establishment of the Stillian League

Minor kings of the South Western city-states of Seví, Torretto, and Vurccos united under Carlus I dei Torretto form a coalition to annex portions of the Eastern Kingdoms.

0500-11-14 22:05:01

Establishment of the Léonid Confederation

Léonid, Tacalan, and Araggonese kingdoms form a definitive coalition against the Stillian Kingdoms at the Battle of Seví.

0528-11-14 22:05:01

The Iberic Wars

A collection of brief and sporadic border skirmishes escalates into raids and sudden assaults targeted at forts and walled towns around the Madrían Marches. The conflict ends in an armistice following a Confederate victory at Seví.

0721-01-01 13:26:00

First Léonid Dynasty

During the Ancient Era, the Léonids were a prominent clan of cow and horse herders who rose to dominate their surrounding region by vassalising all adjacent tribes by being pioneers in mounted warfare. By the dawn of the Five Kingdoms Era, their capital of Léonia quickly rose to wealth and influence eventually uniting neighbouring city-states into a loose confederation. After intermarrying with their neighbouring dynasties, the Léonids became one of the first truly consolidated great kingdom. Their hegemony over the Tacalan and Arggonese kingdoms marked the end of the Five Kingdoms Era as their rivals, the kingdoms of Stille and the south-west attempted a similar consolidation of power.

0999-01-01 04:39:21

Wars of Unification

Wars between the Léonid Confederation and the Stillian League are fought. The conflict is largely a stalemate and ends with "L'Union"

1030-01-01 13:26:00


In 1030 A.D the kingdoms united under the marriage of Queen Isabella of Stille ét Léonia with King Ferran of Tacalonia ét Araggon. This bond would form the first reigning monarchy of the Iberic Empire.

1100 BC-01-01 00:00:00

Advancement of Ironworking

This date marks the beginning of the widespread use of Iron hardening technology in the Iberic region. This period is instrumental in determining the survival of early Iberic kingdoms.

1177-07-02 14:35:34

Establishment of the Gran Carta

In 1177 A.D, a Gran Carta or "Great Writ" was formed chartering the formation of the Imperial Diet a body of freemen and lower nobles elected by an Imperial Electorate. This body would assume the role of a proto-legislature, writing bills and writs for the review of the Emperor or Empress.

1200-12-01 13:26:01

Establishment of Tacolic Church

On this date, the leadership of the Tacolic Church disseminated its codified doctrinal works to the people of the Empire.

1430-01-01 10:05:10

Flourishing of Iberic Arts

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1450-01-01 13:26:01

Age of Sail

The beginning of the Age of Sail for the Iberic peoples. Advances in rigging, textile, and astronomic navigation pave the way for an increasing number of crown and guild funded expeditions outside of the known maps

1450-02-01 13:26:01

Tacolic Reformation

Sant Tomas Aquino delivers his famous oratory to the Conseio Patres in Madrí. After a lengthy period of discourse, the Tacolic Church adopts the Aquino Thesis as doctrine for ethical and moral judgement.

1500 BC-07-26 05:25:50

Skirmishes with the Sea People

Intermittent raids and skirmishes are fought around coastal areas against sea-faring peoples. This period comes to a close upon the adoption of Quadremes by the Tacalans and Araggonese.

1562-03-01 13:26:01

Crússado Mahdan

A conflict between invading Mahdan troops in the southern borders of Stille and Léonia, offensive after offensive gradually wore down the Iberic Army forcing the sitting steward at that time, Carlos Enrique De la Rocca to declare an increased draft and seizure of several accounts from the merchant class. By 1580's growing discontent, from a string of failed counter-offensives at the hands of the Mahdan Caliphate led to the rise of the anti-monarchist political party.

1590-01-01 08:09:25


The seeds of the Malcisma were sown during the closing years of the Crússado Mahdan (1562-1578). The rise of schismatic nationalism- evolved from radical liberal ideologies spread from the Empire's eastern neighbours, having either succumbed to or put down several uprisings from a similar ideology. By 1590, the weakened forces of the Iberic Empire could no longer police the border region collapsing from mass killings and in some cases, open rebellion. in 1592, several border provinces seceded from the Empire, no powerless to retake them. Stille erupted into open revolt shortly thereafter, the revolutionaries deposing church officials and sacking Sant Pietro's Basilica and starting a fire which razed a quarter of the capital city. The Imperial Capital was moved to Brasselón, and new levies were raised. However, in 1592, the Imperial's last-ditch offensive to retake the capital concluded in a crippling defeat, seeing most of the Imperial units shattered or taken prisoner. During this battle, Capo-General, Renard Cassio III, overall commander of the Imperial forces was slain in an act of treachery, sealing an eventual defeat for the Imperials

1593-04-01 13:26:01


With the rebel forces approaching the border Tacalonia, the remaining royal heirs decide to evacuate together with their loyalist subjects, who are sure to be persecuted if they stayed. In waves of thousands, citizens flee on galleons commandeered or purchased by the remains of the Imperial Treasury. Approximately 300,000 Imperial Citizens flee, with only a third of this number reaching the New World.

2000 BC-01-01 06:53:50

Consolidation of City-States

Eventually, the skirmishing Iberic city-states and minor kingdoms were consolidated by emerging economic powers. These hegemonic city-states would further refine their dynasties and cultures into a small collection of some 5 major kingdoms.

2750 BC-01-01 12:16:23

Coastal and Plains Settlement

At the time, splintered into many related minor kingdoms, the coasts were nontheless settled by a myriad number of enterprising merchants and farmers from the loose consortium of Iberic groups. Skirmishes among the Iberics were common, but by the end of the Millenium, the coastal cultures had more or less consolidated into their own independent league of city states.

2800 BC-01-01 12:16:23

Subjugation of the Local Lusitan Peoples

Rapid growth and expansion put Iberic Settlers into conflict with the region's prior settlers. A pastoral people from the central Europan Steppes, the Lusitan were enslaved and assimilated into the early Iberic Kingdoms

2900 BC-01-01 12:16:23

Valley and Hill Settlements

Rapid population growth around the original Ivrae valley led to the settlement of surrounding river valleys, hills, and mountainside regions

3000 BC-01-01 12:41:55

First Iberic Settlement

What little is known survives in secondary sources of early Renaissance excavation records, already few and far between as the science of archaeology did not undergo serious evaluation until the early 19th century. Many of the remaining sources name the Iberic region of valleys and hills to be a crucible of migratory battles and settlement wars. The pre-historic Iberic people named still as "Iberic" were described as inhabitants of the Latin Hills around the central and coastal regions who settled via coastal routes sometime in 3000 B.C. Accounts describe many dig sites to hold mass graves and evidence of war-wounds such as fractures from blunt-force, laceration and stabbing. Many of the prominent sites were said to hold dead from peoples genetically similar to Pirilaotians, the Orionii, and some off-shoot Adapton groups. Based on the recovered remains, a popular conclusion to this period is that the Iberic people somehow survived these early settlement wars and thrived around the central and coastal regions from the abundance of fruit, fish and pasture livestock. It has remained a high possibility, however, that major intermarriage between some other migrating group caused some distinct difference is genetic makeup. Many archaeologists posit that the variable results of genetic testing around these ancient "Iberic" sites in comparison to current genetic signatures would suggest a common group of ancestors which had intermarried enough to bring about some radical changes in future generations. Observably, most projections of the physiology of ancient Iberic people suggest a paler skin tone, prevalence of blue-coloured eyes, sparser body hair, and a lankier build. In contrast, pre-modern and modern Iberic descendants are noted to possess a larger demographic of people with thicker bones and build, brown or tawny hair and eye-colour, denser body hair, and a more tan gradient of skin tone.

Pre-Peninsular Iverican History

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