|Former Senator of the Lakes|
|Tenure began||1.VIII.1690 AN|
|Tenure ended||24.XV.1695 AN|
|Order of the Holy Lakes||Line of Haakon Bjarnarson (by marriage)|
|Date of birth||1650 AN|
|Place of birth||Vesüha ( Lakkvia)|
|Date of death||1714 AN|
|Place of death||Liderai ( Hurmu)|
Ellen Aarevalla was a Hurmu novelist, politician, and diplomat of Lakkvian ethnicity. Senator of the Lakes (1690–1695).
Started writing novels as a young girl. Her early published novels from teenage years were crime novels. In her 30s, she experienced with science fiction and fantasy, while in her 40s, she moved on toward more realistic dramas about broken families. All her novels are written in Lakkvian. Many of them have been translated to Craitish, Istvanistani, and Hurmu Norse.
Her political career started in 1690 when her husband, Jan Spiik, convinced her to stand for election to the Senate of the Lakes. She was elected, and is on the foreign affairs committee of the Senate. She undertook her first official visit as Senator when travelling to Suqutra in Çakaristan, when representing the Senate at the signing ceremony of the Treaty between Hurmu and Çakaristan.
In 1712, she was appointed by Shahanshah Jaaguzan to Çakaristan's Order of Çakar (first class)
Married to Jan Spiik, former Lakkvian prime minister. Derived membership in the Order of the Holy Lakes through this marriage. They had three dogs, and live in the outskirts of Vesüha.
On 11.VI.1714, Ellen Aarevalla and her husband Jan Spiik were travelling in their autonomous self-driving car on the Liderai–Huyenkula highway, when, the car was derailed by a dragon's tail hitting the car. Following the derailing, Spiik and Aarevalla died from their injuries in Liderai General Hospital some three later.
|Minister of Natural Resources (Hurmu)
|Minister of Culture (Hurmu)