The Ovezian Revolution (Ovese: La Rivoluçõ Ovêziána) was a period of intense societal and political upheaval that occurred in Ovezia at the start of the Century of Discontent. The revolution began with the Convention of the Lords in November 1827 and ended with the restoration of the Ovezian Amalate under Aorura I in 1834. A great number of ideas brought forward over its course are foundational principles of liberal democracy across the Abayadi Sea, and the institutions and political culture it fostered remain at the forefront of Ovezian politics.(See More...)
The Tomb of Sarrak ha-Nundahr Ha-Khadrami, which doubles today as a temple for the Jarader faith, is a building located in modern day Alero which holds the body of Sarrak ha-Nundahr Ha-Khadrami, the founder of the ancient Tanuzhakid Empire. Hailing originally from the regions of modern Agarad, Sarrak travelled southwards in hopes of treasures and prestige, both of which he would aquire in his lifetime. He went on to raid the Kekere region, acquiring the territories of Queen Ekpedure after the battle of Iròiyè, and Queen Ereuwa of Tetmosi in a resounding victory for Sarrak outside of the cities walls. This battle would go on to establish Sarrak as a prominaent force in the region, using Tetmosi as his new capital to perform additional campaigns. The empire Sarrak established would continue to exist in some format from 126CE until collapse in 1034CE.
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November 15, 1827 - The Convention of the Lords begins whereupon 83 aristocrats from across Ovezia meet to discuss taxation reform following growing financial struggles across the Amalate. The events of the convention would circulate publically across December resulting in numerous riots that would progressively spiral into the declaration of a republic the following month
November 12, 1851 - The royal palace of the Alana Dynasty in ‘Āina Lā is placed under siege by citizens part of the Kūʻokoʻa movement. The siege would conclude just four days later and a new republic is hastily assembled.
November 18, 1861 - The Queluz Revolution begins after tensions break between the provisional government and various interest groups. Following the death of much of the Watanese royal family, struggles over leadership grew with the former Amalate unable to contain the situation. The Republic of Watan would emerge victorious from the conflict two years later.
November 11, 1873 - The Ecoral Toll War (pictured) ends with the signing of the Treaty of Roodham. The nearly two and a half year long conflict, encouraged by a variety of grievances but ignited by an increase of tarrifs for transit through the Roodham Canal, would conclude with almost 200,000 dead.
November 16, 1915 - The Concert of Nations, an international body founded to ensure world peace, is founded after the events of the First World War. The organization would ultimately fail in its goal twice within forty years of its founding. The weaknesses of the group would be acknowledged and be an important part of the foundation of the World Forum