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* [[Ander Avon-El]], former Elwynnese prince
 
* [[Ander Avon-El]], former Elwynnese prince
 
* [[Aldin Ayreon-Kalirion]], Elwynnese–Natopian theologian
 
* [[Aldin Ayreon-Kalirion]], Elwynnese–Natopian theologian
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* [[Esmeralda al-Osman]], Princess Regnant of [[Arboria]], Princess of [[Molivadia]]
  
 
== Dispute with Stormark ==
 
== Dispute with Stormark ==

Revision as of 03:15, 24 October 2019

The House of Ayreon-Kalirion (In Babkhi: Arsalani-Kaleriyyûn) is an imperial house, bloodline and dynasty originating in Babkha. For a more extensive history of the house, see the Shirewiki article. Founded in 1442 upon marriage between the Babkhan aristocrat and anthropologist Eskender Arsalani and Princess Isa Raynor of Brookshire, membership in the house is defined to belong to the legitimate issue of that union as well as such spouses as are legally married to them.

Members born into the house have governed Babkha (1529–1541), Shireroth (1541–1544, 1552–1555, 1564–1565, 1588–1589, 1620–1623, 1644–present), Natopia (1610–1619), as well as several of Shireroth's former imperial states and territories (including Elwynn and Sathrati).

Famous living members

See Genealogy of the House of Ayreon-Kalirion for more in-depth information

Dispute with Stormark

Due to the Shirerithian annulment of the marriages between Lady Esther Ayreon-Kalirion and Storish Storjarl (and later Shirerithian kaiser) Hallbjörn Haraldsson and between Kaiseress Noor and Hallbjörn's son Noah on the grounds of demonism on behalf of the grooms, the descendants of those unions are not regarded, under Shirerithian law (and across the Raspur Pact), as members of the house. In Stormark, however, the annulments are not recognized. As such, the House of Ayreon-Kalirion continues to have a presence in Stormark that is not recognized outside Stormark. Living members of the Storish so-called branch include Hallbjörn Haraldsson, Noah, Fjǫrleif Hallbjörnsdóttir. Stormark does also not recognize the legality of both the Auspicious Occasion and the so-called Froyalanish genocide.