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| group            = Alexandrians
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| native_name      =
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| native_name_lang =
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| flag            = [[File:ImperialFlagOfAlexandria.png|300px]]
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| flag_caption    = Flag of the [[Alexandria|Empire of the Alexandrians]]
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| total            =  ~ 115 million Alexandrians
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| total_year      = 
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| total_source    = 
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| total_ref        = 
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| genealogy        =
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| regions          =
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| region1          = {{team flag|Natopia}}
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| pop1            = 91,218,455
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| region2          = {{team flag|Alduria}}
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| pop2            = 15,050,228
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| region3          = {{team flag|Constancia}}
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| pop3          = 8,378,133
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| region4        = {{team flag|Wechua}}
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| pop4          = 3,375,577
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| region5        = {{team flag|Ransenar}}
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| pop5          = 2,188,077
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| languages        = [[wikipedia:French|Alexandrian]],<br>
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[[wikipedia:Spanish|Martino]],<br>
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[[wikipedia:Prussia|Galatian]],<br>
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among others.
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| philosophies    =
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| religions        = the [[Church of Alexandria]],<br>
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[[Bovinism]],<br>
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the [[Church of Caputia|Melusinian Faith]].
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| related_groups  =
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| footnotes        =
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}}
  
 
The Alexandrian people are generally considered those to have been previously nationals and citizens of the [[Alexandria|Empire of the Alexandrians]], a large Micran Empire that existed from {{AN|1468}} to its collapse from the [[Alexandrian flu]] pandemic in {{AN|1651}}. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Alexandrians, those who were lawful dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim to be Alexandrian. The large Empire homed a wide range of people and nations, which brewed a culture that was largely disconnected from birth or origin and connected instead with citizenship and permanent allegiance to the ideals of the Empire and to its leader, the Emperor.
 
The Alexandrian people are generally considered those to have been previously nationals and citizens of the [[Alexandria|Empire of the Alexandrians]], a large Micran Empire that existed from {{AN|1468}} to its collapse from the [[Alexandrian flu]] pandemic in {{AN|1651}}. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Alexandrians, those who were lawful dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim to be Alexandrian. The large Empire homed a wide range of people and nations, which brewed a culture that was largely disconnected from birth or origin and connected instead with citizenship and permanent allegiance to the ideals of the Empire and to its leader, the Emperor.

Revision as of 23:02, 23 March 2020

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Alexandrians
ImperialFlagOfAlexandria.png
Flag of the Empire of the Alexandrians
Total population
~ 115 million Alexandrians
Regions with significant populations
Natopia Natopia 91,218,455
Alduria Alduria 15,050,228
Constancia Constancia 8,378,133
Wechua Wechua 3,375,577
Ransenar Ransenar 2,188,077
Languages

Alexandrian,
Martino,
Galatian,

among others.
Religion

the Church of Alexandria,
Bovinism,

the Melusinian Faith.

The Alexandrian people are generally considered those to have been previously nationals and citizens of the Empire of the Alexandrians, a large Micran Empire that existed from 1468 AN to its collapse from the Alexandrian flu pandemic in 1651 AN. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Alexandrians, those who were lawful dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim to be Alexandrian. The large Empire homed a wide range of people and nations, which brewed a culture that was largely disconnected from birth or origin and connected instead with citizenship and permanent allegiance to the ideals of the Empire and to its leader, the Emperor.

Overview

Racial and ethnic groups

Language

Religion

Culture

Diaspora

Natopia

Alduria

Ransenar

Wechua Nation

Notable Alexandrians

See also