The title of Carlossian Emperor was a title bestowed upon the heads of the monarchy in Carloso from 1625; the foundation of Carloso, to 1932 when the empire was abolished in favour of a democratically run republic with the Supreme Chancellor taking over the position of head of state along with their responsiblity as head of government. Carlos I or Admiral Carlos was the first emperor leading the Spanish fleets during the Battle for Carloso in early January of 1625. With the surrender of the English soldiers, Iberian supremacy seemed guaranteed in the country until the death of Theodoric I in 1773. As he left no heir, Charles Duke of Ebon took the throne to become the first British monarch in Carloso. He was succedded by two other British monarchs until the Glorious Revolution in which Charles II was deposed and Theodoric II was placed on the throne instead; a Spaniard and Duke of New Carlingford. The last few emperors included Empress Karen the Fair, the only female Carlossian emperor and the last emperor. Theodoric IV.
It is important to note however that the first four Carlossian emperors, despite having emperor in the title were no more then Kings of Carloso with the Carlossian Empire proper not being founded until Theodoric I who conquered all of the Cuerno Peninsula and all the islands around the peninsula as well as some territory held previously by Rocotia.
Nuevo Español DynastyEdit
|Portrait||Name||Birth||Succession||Reign||Death||Time in Office|
|September 23 1584, Madrid, Spain||Became de facto emperor as a result of the 'first settlement' of Carloso and the defeat of the English and the Battle of Riot Hill by the Spanish Empire.||January 16, 1625 – August 19, 1665||August 19, 1665 |
|November 16 1604, Madrid, Spain||Eldest son of Carlos. First Carlossian emperor to reside in the Imperial Palace in New Carlingford.||September 18, 1665 – March 16, 1688||March 16, 1688 Natural causes.||22 Years|
|August 31, 1627, New Carlingford, Carloso||Grandson of Carlos and son of Theo. First 'true' Carlossian emperor.||March 18, 1688 – January 24, 1691||
January 24, 1691 Sudden Heart Attack.
|August 1, 1646, New Carlingford, Carloso||Son of Nepos. Strengthened the Carlossian hand in the region by claiming large portions of neighbouring territories for Carloso and driving Rocotia out of the Carlossian peninsula.||January 25, 1691 – October 13, 1724||October 13, 1724 Natural causes.||23 Years|
|December 15,1691, Ebon, Carloso||Only son of Carlos II, widely considered to be the greatest Carlossian emperor, rising the nation to the rank of superpower in the local region. He left no heir.||October 13, 1724 – June 9, 1773||June 9, 1773 Natural causes.||49 Years|
Magistratus Ultimo DynastyEdit
IMPERATOR NOVUS IMPERIO
|20 November, 1803 –|
3 December, 1824
|Came to power after usurping the throne from Charles II and proclaiming himself emperor. Theodoric II ended all the civil wars and squabbles in Carloso between the British and Spanish groups and urged them to work together from the future of the nation.|
|25 December, 1824 – 6 May, 1845||
The eldest and only son of Theodoric II. He joined together the ruling houses of Carloso and Lenehen by marrying Princess Isabel of Lenehen thus forming an everlasting truce between the two nations.
|Karen "The Fair"|
|10 May, 1845 –|
4 January, 1872
Only empress of Carloso. She brought in many reforms making Carloso a more democratic and free country then it had been before making her a much beloved ruler. She was the daughter of Emperor Michael of Carloso and Princess Isabel of Lenehen.
|9 January, 1872 –|
12 April, 1902
Eldest son of Empress Karen. Under his power, his position as emperor weakened significantly with much power being transferred to the Supreme Chancellor. His son would be the last emperor of Carloso.
|17 April, 1902 –|
25 December, 1932
Son of Theodoric III and last Emperor of Carloso. He abdicated peacefully in favour of a democratically run republic. He died in 1947 in the Duke's Palace on the outskirts of New Carlingford and his funeral was attended by over 16 million people.