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Maximinus Kerularios

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Maximinus Kerularios
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Full name Maximinus Emmanuel Kerularios
AKA Max, Max Kerularios
Physical information
Species Human
Race Alexandrian, Constancian
Gender Male
Hair color and style Grey
Eye color Brown
Skin color White
Biographical information
Father Elios Kerularios(Constancian)
Mother Francisca Callas (Alexandrian)
Date of birth 4.XIII.1623
Place of birth Aqaba, Constancia
Residence(s) Punta Santiago, Alduria-Wechua
Nationality Constancia Constancia
Alduria-Wechua Alduria-Wechua
Allegiance(s) Constancia Constancia
Alduria-Wechua Alduria-Wechua
Occupation Businessman, developer, shipping tycoon

Maximinus Emmanuel José Kerularios, commonly called Max or Max Kerularios, is a Constancian shipping magnate built one of the largest privately-owned shipping fleets in Micras and founder of Kerularios & Company. He is among the richest and most famous men in Alduria-Wechua and Constancia. He holds citizenships in both Alduria-Wechua and Constancia, as well as numerous directorships in corporations of both nations.

He currently serves as an Imperial Senator in Constancia and as a member of the Federal Constituent Assembly in Alduria-Wechua.

In 1691, in the course of the run-up to the Fontainebleau Accords, he was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federation of Alduria and the Wechua Nation, with the mission to develop plans for the development of, at the very least, some form of protocol for common alignment on Euran matters of Euran nations. It was at this time that he legally changed his residential domicile to Fontainebleau, having purchase a small country villa nearby, in order to better focus on these matters.

He was invested as Grand Knight Commander of the Order of the Great Kingdom of Constancia in the 1692 New Year's Investiture.

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