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This is a list of the countries that are in the game. The list is incomplete as of yet. It was created using the screenshots from the dev diaries.  
 
This is a list of the countries that are in the game. The list is incomplete as of yet. It was created using the screenshots from the dev diaries.  
  
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| [[Suionia]] || Northen Scandinavia || Scandinavia || Small Tribal Chiefdom, located in modern Sweden, was probably the first tribe to settle and rule the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. Has the potential to dominate the Scandinavian Peninsula.
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| [[Guthonia]] || Northen Scandinavia || Scandinavia || Small Tribal Chiefdom, located in modern Sweden. At start surrounded by three tribes, one of the harder tribes to play on the Scandinavian Peninsula.
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This page contains a list of some of the countries in the game.

前言

This is a list of the countries that are in the game. The list is incomplete as of yet. It was created using the screenshots from the dev diaries.

可使用的国家

国家 大体位置 区域 注释
Rome 中意大利 意大利 Independent Italic City State that has grown in the last 40 years to be the dominant power in Central Italy. Having just defeated both the Samnites and Etruscans, and acquired a number of new Feudatory subject states, Rome is starting to draw the attention of more faraway powers such as Carthage, Rhodes and Epirus. While the success of the Samnite wars have cemented Roman military superiority, they also highlight how even small conflicts can blow up into great multisided wars in this region.
Samnium 中意大利 意大利 League of Samnite states. Former ally but now immediate rival of Rome that has just been defeated in the Second Samnite war. Controls a number of fortifications that cut Central Italy from the south. The emergence of a strong Roman power have made them look abroad for supporters, to Etruria, Carthage and Syracuse.
Etruria 中意大利 意大利 Tribal Federation of Etruscan states. The Etruscans are the formerly dominant people in Central Italy and overlords of Rome and many other states in the region. Now, however, they are a country of much more limited power and influence. They retain control over the central Etrurian region as well as parts of the island of Corsica, which was conquered with Carthaginian help many years ago.
Sipontum 中意大利 意大利 Small Greek city state on the Adriatic coast. Sipontum belongs to a number of states that try to get by without being pulled into the designs of nearby powers such as the Samnites or Epirus on the other side of the Adriatic.
Frentani 中意大利 意大利 Sabellian Tribal Kingdom on the Adriatic coast. The Frentani control a vital communication route between the Roman colonies in the east and the route through the Apennines to Rome proper and are among the groups that turned to Rome to offer their allegiance at the end of the Great Samnite war.
Nuceria 中意大利 意大利 Sabellian Plutocratic Republic, that fought against Rome in the Great Samnite War. The small state was however spared any vengeance in return for their everlasting loyalty to Rome and starts as a Roman Feudatory.
Peligni 中意大利 意大利 Medium Sized Tribal Kingdom in the upper Apennines. Sued for peace with Rome in order to become a Roman Feudatory at the end of the Second Samnite War.
Marsia 中意大利 意大利 Tribal Kingdom by the shores of the new lost lake of Fucino. Formerly Samnite ally but now Roman Feudatory since the end of the second Samnite war.
Sabinia 中意大利 意大利 Small Tribal kingdom precariously situated on the border of Etruria and Rome. While relations have never been good with the Romans, their recent victories have made Roman settlers even more interested in Sabinian land.
Picentia 中意大利 意大利 Tribal kingdom on the Adriatic coast. Neighbors with Ancona and allies of Umbria.
Umbria 中意大利 意大利 Aristocratic Republic in the Umbrian Apennines. Traditional enemies of the Etruscans and friends of Samnium. Allied with Picentia.
Ancona 中意大利 意大利 Greek city state founded by Syracusan settlers. The local economy based on the export of dyes. With Syracusan presence in the adriatic waning Ancona is nowadays on its own, and surrounded by much stronger tribal countries.
Syracuse 西西里 意大利 Sicilian Greek Kingdom that at times have controlled most of the island. Only a medium power in the grand scheme of things but an important strategic piece of the mediterranean puzzle. Syracuse has previously been the overlord of much of Southern Italy and many expect that it has ambitions to tha
Siculia 西西里 意大利 The weakest country on Sicily, this small Tribal country represents the various cities that are not under Syracusan or Carthaginian control at our start. Their population are mostly Siculians and Greeks.
Carthage 西西里 意大利 Carthage is not a Sicily based power, nonetheless they are one of the most influential playable countries in this region. The population of Carthaginian Sicily is a mix of Carthaginians, native Siculians, and Greeks.
Tarentum 南意大利 意大利 Small but influential Greek City state, leader of the new defunct Italiote league. Tarentum has often been an ally of the Samnites and sometimes an enemy of Rome. Fearing growing Roman power, the Samnites have come to support Agathocles of Syracuse but Tarentum is equally concerned with Roman and Syracusan aggression and has instead sought other friends. It has found new allies in Sparta, Epirus and even the former enemy Messapia.
Lucania 南意大利 意大利 Tribal Kingdom and Regional Power representing the Lucanian League. Enemies of Tarentum and the Samnites, Lucania is in some ways a logical ally for Rome, at least for now. Should Roman expansion take them too far south this might easily change in the future.
Messapia 南意大利 意大利 Tribal Messapian Kingdom on the heel of the Italian Boot. Historically often at odds with Tarentum but for now instead allied with both them and and the Apulians.
Apulia 南意大利 意大利 Tribal Messapian Kingdom, allied with Messapia.
Bruttia 南意大利 意大利 Tribal Kingdom in the far southern tip of Italy. Asserts influence over many of the nearby Greek cities and as such is the main safeguard against any Syracusan expansion in the region.
Croton 南意大利 意大利 Old Greek city state maintaining a precarious independence from the Bruttia. In a defensive league with Metapontum and Herakleia.
Metapontum 南意大利 意大利 Greek city state on the Tarentine Gulf. Metapontum is in a defensive league with Herakleia and Croton.
Hipponion 南意大利 意大利 Greek city state and tributary to Bruttia, traditional rival of Croton, historically often in the Syracusan sphere of influence.
Locri 南意大利 意大利 Greek Plutocratic Republic, feudatory of Syracuse.
Rhegium 南意大利 意大利 A formerly influential city in Magna Graecia, the Plutocratic Republic of Rhegium is a feudatory of Syracuse.
Thuria 南意大利 意大利 Small and weak Greek City state with a very diverse greek population. Tributary to Bruttia.
Herakleia 南意大利 意大利 Small Greek City state surrounded by Tarentum and Lucania. Herakleia is currently in a defensive league with Metapontum and Croton but is likely to reorient itself towards one of its larger neighbors.
Boii 北意大利 意大利 Tribal kingdom centered around the location of the modern city of Bologna. Like many other tribes they are said to have migrated into Italy across the alps, but their exact origin is unknown.
Veneti 北意大利 意大利 An Italic people with celtic influences occupying roughly the same location as the modern Veneto region in north eastern Italy.
Lingones 北意大利 意大利 Small tribe from Gaul that has settled in the Po river delta.
Cenomanni 北意大利 意大利 Tribal Kingdom along the Ph River.
Insubria 北意大利 意大利 Celtic tribe in the region around the modern city of Milan. The largest of the Lepontic populations. Enemies of the Taurini.
Taurinia 北意大利 意大利 Celtic tribal state on the slopes of the western alps. Enemies of the Insubres.
Senonii 北意大利 意大利 Small Celtic tribe from Gaul. Responsible for raiding Latium and Etruria as well as the sacking of Rome, and the continued fear of Celtic raids among the Romans.
Friniati 北意大利 意大利 Mountainous tribal kingdom in the northern Apennines on the border between Etruria and the Boi.
Genuates 北意大利 意大利 Tribal kingdom on the inhospitable Ligurian coast. Guards one of the routes into Italy, but considered by many to be harder to traverse than using the Alpine passes.
Macedon 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 The original kingdom of Alexander, now ruled by the Antipatrid dynasty under Cassander. While thoroughly militarized, Macedon itself was never the richest part of Alexander’s empire. In recent years it has flourished under the rule of the Antipatrids, who have spent great resources on founding new cities, improving infrastructure and generally acting as is expected of Hellenistic Kings. In the years preceding our start date Cassander ordered the murder of the last heirs of Alexander, once entrusted to his father. This proved to be quite an unpopular move among the Greek cities but one that met almost no opposition from the other Diadochi.
Epirus 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 More accurately the Epirote League. Led by the newly elected King Pyrrhus Accidae, a man who has been called the greatest military mind of his time. Pyrrhus is still young but would in time make a name for himself as a mercenary and adventurer. Pyrrhus feels he has a legitimate claim himself to the realm of Alexander and is sympathetic to the Antigonid cause.
Thrace 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 The realm of Lysimachos, a seasoned general of Alexander’s wars but perhaps less influential than most of the others we have mentioned. Thrace is aligned with Macedon against the Antigonids in Phrygia but its meager military resources are mostly spent protecting itself from the many tribes to its north and in the Thracian inland. Thrace starts allied with Macedon and with Odrysia as a vassal.
Odrysia 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 Thracian tribal kingdom just north of Lysimachos domain. While technically a subject of Lysimachos it was just as often a rebellious enemy. Odrysia starts as a vassal of Thrace.
Taulantia 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 Kingdom north of Epirus ruled by the famous warrior king who have fought Alexander the great, Antipater and eventually Cassander. Offered refuge to Pyrrhus and his mother when Cassander wanted them dead years prior. Starts unaligned and without allies
Cavi 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 Small tribal vassal of Taulantia in Illyria.
Paeonia 马其顿、伊庇鲁斯 & 色雷斯 希腊 Tribal Kingdom in Upper Macedonia founded by a cadet branch to the Argead house of Macedon. Starts as a vassal of Macedon.
Athens 中希腊 希腊 Perhaps the most prestigious of all cities in the Greek world. Home to the Akademia founded by Plato. Under Cassander Athens was ruled by the Tyrant Demetrius of Phalerum. At our start Athens has just been freed of its Tyrant and has welcomed the Antigonid prince Demetrius Poliorcetes with open arms as the liberator of all greeks. In time this relation would grow a bit more sour but at our start Athens is closely aligned with the Antigonid cause in Greece. Athens start as a democratic Republic and a feudatory of Phrygia.
Thebes 中希腊 希腊 Once the leader of the Euboean league and a power in their own right, Thebes was laid to waste by Alexander the great when he conquered Greece. As if to distance himself from Alexander Cassander has spent considerable funds on rebuilding Thebes to once again be a relevant power in the region, and a loyal ally to Macedon. Thebes begins as a feudatory of Macedon.
Boeotia 中希腊 希腊 Country representing the Boeotian League. As soon as Demetrius Poliorcetes landed in Chalcis, the Boeotian league switched its allegiance from Cassander of Macedon to the Antigonids in Phrygia. Starts as an ally of Phrygia.
Aetolia 中希腊 希腊 Small country representing the league of Aetolia. Often closely aligned with the Antigonids of Phrygia. At our start they have just entered into an alliance with Demetrius Poliorcetes.
Euboea 中希腊 希腊 Represents the Euboean league and controls the entire island of Euboea apart from the fortified city of Chalcis itself. Starts as a feudatory of Phrygia.
Akarnania 中希腊 希腊 Small country representing the league of Akarnania in western Greece. Positioned at the border of Macedon and Epirus the small league will have to rely on more powerful protectors in order to survive. At start Akarnania is a feudatory of Macedon.
Megara 中希腊 希腊 Small city state between Athens and Corinth. Home to the Megarian school of philosophy and logic. Declared for Phrygia when Demetrius freed Athens from its tyrant. Megara starts as a feudatory of Phrygia.
Sparta 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 The largest, and most prestigious state in the Peloponnesos is Sparta. The kingdom is long past its heyday, and has not played any major role in regional politics for quite some time. Nonetheless, the containment of Sparta has been the main goal of foreign policy for Macedon both under Alexander and later Cassander. Like Athens, Sparta is the founder of many Greek cities around the mediterranean and continues to play a role by getting involved in conflicts around them. Not long from our start date Sparta would send the prince Cleonymus to Italy to help Tarentum. Sparta starts out independent and allied to Tarentum.
Argos 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Republic that has historically been a major player in the region, and opponent to Spartan hegemony. Argos has been supported by Macedon to act as a close ally and strong loyal force in the region, a counterweight to the rise of other regional powers. Argos starts as a Feudatory of Macedon.
Megalopolis 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state just north of Sparta. Heavily fortified by the Thebans 60 years prior, Megalopolis is the main city of the Arcadian league in which many of the central cities of the Peloponnese are organized. At start Megalopolis is in a defensive league with Azania, Mantinea and Stymphalia.
Azania 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Democratic Republic representing various small cities in the Peloponnese upland, most significantly Kleitor. At start Azania is in a defensive league with Megalopolis, Mantinea and Stymphalia.
Stymphalia 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state next to Corinth and a member of the Arcadian League. At start Stymphalia is in a defensive league with Megalopolis, Mantinea and Azania.
Mantinea 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Oligarchic Republic in the central Peloponnese. Mantinea’s fortifications and strategic location has made it the scene of important historical battles more than once. At start Mantinea is in a defensive league with Megalopolis, Stymphalia and Azania.
Troizen 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state on the tip of the Argolid Peninsula. Starts as a feudatory of Macedon.
Epidauros 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state, and center of the Asklepios cult. Starts as a feudatory of Macedon.
Aigion 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 City state in the northern Peloponnese, formerly the main city of the old and defunct Achaean league. Starts independent and unaligned.
Patrai 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 City state in the northern Peloponnese. Would in time come to be a founding member of the Achaean league that came to encompass much of the entire region some time after our start date. Starts independent and unaligned.
Elis 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 City state in the western Peloponnese, in its territory lies Olympia and Elis is therefore the host of the recurrent Olympic games. Elis starts as independent and unaligned.
Heraia 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state in the upland beyond Olympia. Borders the Arcadian league but is itself unaligned at start.
Messenia 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Region formerly annexed and enslaved by Sparta. Messenia was made independent and fortified by the Thebans 60 years ago with the objective to keep Spartan power in check. At our start Messenia maintains a well fortified and firmly Anti-Spartan foreign policy. Starts independent and unaligned.
Lepreon 伯罗奔尼撒 希腊 Small city state in the fertile Triphylia region on the western coast of the Peloponnese. Starts independent and unaligned.
Aeolia 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Republic representing the cities of the Aeolian League, or League of Ilion. While a league of Aeolian cities has existed on and off for hundreds of years, this particular one has been re-enacted as part of Antigonus policy to safeguard the rights of the free Greek cities. Starts as a feudatory of Phrygia.
Ionia 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Republic presenting the cities of the Ionian League. Like Aeolia this league has been recreated when the cities came under Antigonid control. It is led by the Antigonid lieutenant Hipparchos of Cyrene. Starts as a Feudatory of Phrygia.
Miletos 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Republic on the Anatolian coast. Once a powerful city and the point of origin for many of the Greek colonists who have settled along the Black Sea Coast. Miletos was freed by Antigonus early in the wars of the successors and at start enjoys its freedom relatively undisturbed. Miletos starts as an independent city.
Kos 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Small island Republic that was perhaps most known for being one of the few places to produce mediterranean silk, and for its medical school, said to have been founded by Hippokrates. Kos is a long term ally of the Ptolemies in Egypt but with the withdrawal of all Ptolemaic forces after the battle of Salamis they now stand alone. In 304 BCE Kos was, and would continue to be, a major center of culture. This is the home of a number of interesting characters, both in medicine, such as Proxagoras, as well as poets and scholars as Berosus, Philitas, Herodas, many of whom would eventually find their way to Ptolemaic Alexandria. Kos starts as a Feudatory of Egypt.
Nesiotic League 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 The nesiotic league, or league of the islanders, has been created by the Antigonids to organize the many islands of the Aegean. While they may seem peripheral these islands are the source of many goods that are highly sought after in the greater mediterranean world. Glass, silk, marble, precious and base metals can all be extracted from these islands. It’s capital is the sacred city of Delos.
Halikarnassos 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 An old colony of Troizen in the agean the port of Halikarnassos remains an independent city. In his recent excursion into the region Ptolemy attempted to seize it by force, but was repelled by Demetrius Poliorcetes. Halikarnassos starts as a feudatory of Phrygia.
Andros 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Small island nation between Euboea and the Nesiotic league, aligned with the Ptolemids in Egypt. Andros starts as a feudatory of Egypt.
Knidos 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Small city state in coastal Caria. Would become known for its medical school, though it was not as famous or influential as that of nearby Kos. Knidos starts as a Feudatory of Phrygia.
Rhodes 爱琴海和爱奥尼亚海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Island Republic known for its highly praised workshops, shipyards and for some of the toughest fortifications in the Mediterranean. Like Kos the Rhodian state is a friend of the Ptolemids, but after the battle of Salamis these are not a present factor in the Aegean. Rhodes itself has recently withstood a spectacular year long siege by Antigonus son, Demetrius. Despite employing considerable resources and technical innovations the Demetrius failed to take the city, earning himself the nickname Poliorcetes, “the besieger” in the process. Rhodes would in time rise to become a considerable center of production and a respectable naval power, as well a close ally of the Ptolemies. Famously the Rhodians would use the many siege machines left behind by Demetrius to create a monument over their victory in the form of a giant Colossus, later named as one of the wonders of the ancient world. Rhodos starts independent and has a decision available to it to construct the colossus to commemorate its recent siege.
Phrygia 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 The realm of Antigonus “the one-eyed” Monophthalmus and Demetrius “the besieger” Poliorketes. Phrygia is in many ways the most successful of the Successor kingdoms at this date. Even if Antigonus himself is a very old man by now he has consistently beaten the armies of the other successors and come closer than anyone else to reforming Alexander’s empire. In 304 BCE the Antigonid realm has enemies in all the great powers of the Hellenistic world, but still enjoys a very favorable reputation among the many Greek cities of the Mediterranean. Unlike his opposition Antigonus is known for protecting their freedom and not leaving his own garrisons to guard them. A policy that has proven fruitful for Antigonid armies in Greece, where Demetrius is currently removing garrison after garrison of Macedonian troops. At our start Phrygia has a large number of subject states all over Anatolia and to some extent in Greece. It is also hated by all the other big successor empires such as Macedon, Thrace, Egypt and the Seleucid Empire.
Bithynia 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Small kingdom by the Black Sea and the Bosporus ruled by the local dynast Zipoetes. Independent since the death of Alexander the great, Bithynia has had to successfully defend itself from both Lysimachos in Thrace and Antigonus in Phrygia. In 304 BCE Bithynia has attempted multiple times to annex the nearby city states of Calchedon and Astakos, due to the intervention of their more powerful neighbors. Should these big states be distracted, Zipoetes is likely to try again.
Astakos 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 To add on update of diary
Heraclea Pontica 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Small kingdom by the Black Sea ruled by Amastris, widow of the Tyrant Dionysios, former wife of the Diadochi Craterus and niece of the Persian Emperor Darius III. Heraclea is a small kingdom with many enemies and needs to pursue very active foreign and domestic policies. Like many of the Diadochi, Amastris has founded a new capital in her own name, Amastris, moving the population of other nearby cities into one place. Heraclea Pontica starts the game as an unaligned kingdom without allies.
Paphlagonia 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Tribal Kingdom in north western Anatolia representing the general lack of authority in the area after the spotlight of the Diadochi wars had moved on. Starts the game unaligned and without allies.
Kios 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Small kingdom near the Bosporus, tributary of Phrygia. Most all known for its ruler, Mithridates, who is the descendant of the Persian Satraps of Pontus. Kios is nominally subject to the Antigonids and while Mithridates and Antigonus do not trust each other their sons have grown to be friends. Historically Antigonus would invade and execute Mithridates, while his son, also named Mithridates, would escape and eventually found a new kingdom in Pontus. Kios starts as a Tributary of Phrygia.
Kyzikos 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Small plutocratic republic midway between the openings in to the sea of Marmara. Kyzikos starts as a feudatory of Phrygia.
Byzantion 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Small city state on the western side of the Bosporus. Its position allows it to control the shipping in and out of the Black Sea. Byzantion is constantly under threat from the much stronger nearby kingdom of Thrace, under the Diadochos Lysimachos, but has so far been able to assert its independence, rebuffing any threats for tribute.
Calchedon 西安纳托利亚 安纳托利亚 Very old and influential republic on the eastern side of the Bosporus. Supposedly called “the city of the blind” due to its founders ignoring the site of the future Byzantion. Another nearby city state, and frequent ally. Calchedon is constantly threatened by the nearby kingdom of Bithynia, and its ambitious king Zipoetes, but have on several occasions been saved by the armies of the Antigonids. At start Calchedon is independent and unaligned.
Pontus 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Tribal kingdom representing the local dynasts in northern Pontus. Like Paphlagonia Pontus has not been the primary scene for any of the fighting in the wars of the Diadochi for quite a while. Historically the former Persian Satraps of Pontus, now kings of Kios, would return to found the Mithridatic kingdom of Pontus not many years after our start in 304 BCE.
Cappadocia 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Feudatory kingdom under Satrap Amyntas, in central Anatolia. While the rulers are Macedonian, Cappadocia remains a firmly Anatolian region with little in the way of Greek population. The former Persian Satraps of the region remain in the court of the nearby kingdom of Armenia and would want nothing more than to return to depose Amyntas. In 304 BCE Cappadocia is a Satrapy under Phrygia.
Trapezous 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Independent Oligarchic Republic on the coast of the Black Sea. Surrounded by the tribal southern areas of Colchis in the east and the Greek coastal parts of Pontus in the west. A major entrepot for Greek traders all over the Pontic coast, eastern Anatolia and the Caucasus.
Sinope 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Independent Graeco-Pontic city state ruled by the Paphlagonian Tyrant Scydrothemis on the border of Paphlagonia and Pontus. Founded by Greek settlers hundreds of years ago, Sinope lives on its overseas trade and good relations with the city state of Byzantion on the Bosporus. As one of the oldest Graeco-Pontic cities, Sinope has been the point of origin for many of the colonists who founded other Greek cities along the Pontic coast. Sinope starts as an independent Despotic Kingdom.
Amisos 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Independent Greek plutocratic republic on the Pontic coast. While Amisos is not as rich and influential of Sinope it is a strong little merchant state. Amisos is independent and unaligned at the start of the game.
Kerausous 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Small City state on the Pontic coast. Founded as a colony of Sinope. Kerasous starts as a Feudatory of Sinope.
Kotyora 卡帕多西亚、本都 & 黑海沿岸 安纳托利亚 Small City state on the Pontic coast. Founded as a colony of Sinope. Kotyora starts as a Feudatory of Sinope.
Carthage Byssatis 北非 Carthage is not the oldest Phoenician settlement in the region, but over time it has become the richest and most influential. It is the undisputed leader of the Punic world and all other Phoenician self ruling cities are expected to obey and contribute to the common armies and navies. Much like the Roman Republic many of its constituent cities still retain a significant amount of autonomy. As mentioned in a previous diary, in the wake of Agathocles invasion the Carthaginian general Bomilcar tried to proclaim himself Tyrant over the city. With his execution Carthage has formally done away with the monarchy and is now only ruled by the council of elders and its Suffetes. When needed, Carthage has had no problem mustering great armies. Mostly it has been doing so by relying on the many armies of its subject states and by using its strong financial clout to enlist mercenaries from the entire Mediterranean world. A practice that is very different from its future rival in Rome.
Utica Byssatis 北非 Plutocratic Republic just north of Carthage itself. One of the oldest and richest Punic cities, Utica is perhaps more prestigious than Carthage itself in some ways. Over the years it has however been eclipsed by the rise of the great city to its south, relegated to pay the part of a supporting ally. Utica starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Kerkouane Byssatis 北非 Ancient Plutocratic Republic just east of Carthage, controls the closest mainland ports to Sicily and Cossyra. Kerkouane is perhaps best known for having been totally destroyed by Rome during the Punic wars. Kerkouane starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Hadrumetum Byssatis 北非 Rich trading city, one of the main ports of the Byssatis region, would become the capital of the area after Roman conquest. Hadrumetum and the other cities of Byssatis all joined Agathocles in the recent invasion of Africa. At our start Hadrumetum is a Feudatory of Carthage.
Leptis Byssatis 北非 Later known as Leptis Minor or Leptis Parva. Oligarchic Republic south of Hadrumetum in the Byssatis region. Leptis starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Thapsus Byssatis 北非 Another city of Byssatis, built by a natural source of Salt Thapsus is another Phoenician trading colony that has become part of the expansive Carthaginian state. Thapsus starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Achola Byssatis 北非 Phoenician Oligarchic Republic in southern Byssatis. Unlike the other cities of Byssatis, Achola did not join Agathocles in the recent Sicilian war in Africa. Achola starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Tripolitania Emporia & 的黎波里塔尼亚 北非 Named for three cities (tri-poleis) of Sabratha, Oea and Leptis Magna, Tripolitania is an Oligarchic Republic with considerable autonomy and surprising economic muscle for its location. Far from the Carthaginian homeland it has had to care for its own protection against Greeks and Numidians alike. Tripolitania starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Emporia Emporia & 的黎波里塔尼亚 北非 Named for what it is, Emporia is a region of cities that provide the Carthaginian lands with goods from the desert peoples as well as from coastal manufacturing centers. Like Tripolitania, and unlike many of the other Punic cities, it has often found the need to defend itself against desert raiders using its own resources. Emporia starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Musulami Emporia & 的黎波里塔尼亚 北非 The first of the Numidian Tribal Kingdoms we will mention today. Musalami is the smallest of the tribal states in the Carthaginian sphere. In exchange for protection and trade the Musulami provide Carthage with soldiers and manpower for their wars. Musulami starts as a Tribal Vassal of Carthage.
Massylia Numidia 北非 Tribal kingdom in modern Algeria and Tunisia. The Massylians have for a long time provided the Carthaginians with troops and military resources for their wars. In the recent invasion by Agathocles they switched sides however and joined with the Greek invaders. Only when they realized how small the invading army actually was did the Massylians again switch sides, back to their Carthaginian overlords, an incident that Carthage would do much to forget. Massylia starts as a Tribal Vassal of Carthage.
Massaesylia Numidia 北非 Tribal Kingdom in modern Algeria. Historically a rival of the other Numidian kingdom Massylia, but unlike them the Massaesylians are not aligned with Carthage. Making its capital in a former Carthaginian trade post in Siga the Massaesylians themselves often trade directly with the nearby Iberians and Mauritanians. Massaesylia starts independent and unaligned.
Iol Numidia 北非 Small Plutocratic Republic in the ancient city of Iol, just west of the northern Carthaginian litoral. Maintaining close ties with the local peoples Iol is the westernmost city of significance at our start date. Iol starts as a Feudatory of Carthage.
Mauretania Metagonia & Mauretania 北非 Not much is known about this tribal kingdom until much later in our era when it interacts with the newly unified Numidian state. At the start Mauretania occupies the northern parts of what is today Morocco. Expansion without coming into conflict with Carthage will be hard, as they control all ports in this region. Population allowing, there is however a region that is still not settled by any state (even if populated by Mauretanian tribesmen).
Egypt 下埃及 & 昔兰尼加 埃及 The partition of Babylon awarded Egypt to Ptolemy, one of Alexander’s most trusted men and oldest friends. As this was one of the wealthiest regions in the mediterranean, perhaps the entire world, this made Ptolemy the richest of the successors by far. But compared to many of the other successors, the Ptolemaic strategy has been cool and calculated rather than bold, or even rash. With some few exceptions (like his seizure of the Cataphalc that held Alexander’s body, on its way home to Macedonia), Ptolemy has played a more conservative game. The great wealth of the Nile has been spent building new armies, forging alliances in Greece and the Aegean world, as well as inviting prominent scholars, philosophers, colonists and warriors from the wider Greek world to settle in the young kingdom. From a very early time the Ptolemies also started adapting to the local Egyptian forms of kingship. Using the title Pharao, and actively funding and encouraging the growing syncretism of Greek and Egyptian religion such as the Cult of Isis and Serapis.
Cyrenaica 下埃及 & 昔兰尼加 埃及 Small state on the coastline west of Egypt. Cyrenaica is home to a number of reasonably affluent Greek cities and in its time it was a also a centre of learning and culture. On the other hand it has historically also often been subservient to Egypt. Cyrenaica was one of the first places attacked by Ptolemy to consolidate his rule over Egypt and placed under the rule of the Macedonian commander Ophellas. Four years before our start date however, Cyrenaica entangled in the designs of Agathocles of Syracuse, who implored them for help in his African campaign against Carthage. Ophellas was swayed and sent an army to aid Agathocles, only to be killed by him when he arrived. The cities of Cyrenaica have used this opportunity to seize their freedom once more. The Ptolemies in Egypt, entangled in their own conflict in Greece and Syria have not yet sent an expedition to reclaim the region. In 304 BCE Cyrenaica is independent and unaligned.
Kush 上埃及 & 努比亚 埃及 Large Nubian kingdom south of Egypt, ruled from the ancient city of Meroe. Kush is far from the Nile delta and the core of the Ptolemaic Egyptian state, but it is still the most credible threat to control of Upper Egypt. Kushite invasions have been a constant factor in Egyptian politics ever since they were ousted from control of the Lower Nile centuries ago.
Blemmya 上埃及 & 努比亚 埃及 Tribal Nubian kingdom east of Kush. Blemmya starts independent and unaligned.
Dodekaschoinos 上埃及 & 努比亚 埃及 Traditionally the region on the border of Kush has been given as donations to the temples of Syene, Philae and Elephantine. The Dodekaschoinos acted as a military border zone with great autonomy under the leadership of the priestly egyptian families for centuries, both under Ptolemaic rule and before, and when Ptolemy II expanded Egyptian control further south it was also entrusted to this state. At the start in 304 Dodekaschoinos is an Egyptian Client State.
Knossos 克里特 希腊 Autocratic Monarchy in central Crete. The oldest and traditionally the strongest state on the island. In the past Crete has often been under Egyptian influence and it is to the Ptolemids in Egypt that the rulers of Knossos look for help. At our start Knossos is independent and allied to Praesos.
Gortyna 克里特 希腊 Democratic Republic on the southern Central part of the island. Rival of Knossos (but also in the past an ally) with its own ambitions.
Eleutherna 克里特 希腊 Small city states just west of Knossos. Historically the Lyttian war would erupt due to this city accusing Knossos of murdering their ruler. Eleutherna starts as a feudatory of Knossos.
Kydonia 克里特 希腊 Small Plutocratic Republic in western Crete. At start Kydonia is independent and unaligned.
Polyrrenia 克里特 希腊 Small Aristocratic republic on the far western tip of the island. Starts unaligned and independent.
Tarrha 克里特 希腊 Republic between Polyrrenia and Gortyna and an ancient religious centre of the island. Starts as a feudatory of Gortyna.
Ierapetra 克里特 希腊 Small Cretan city states in south eastern Crete. Frequently accused of harbouring pirates. Ierapetra starts independent and allied to Lyttus.
Praesos 克里特 希腊 Plutocratic Republic on the eastern tip of the island. At start Praesos is allied to Knossos.
Lyttos 克里特 希腊 Very old and influential Oligarchic Republic on the north eastern side of the island, neighbouring Knossos. Lyttos has often been a rival of Knossos. At start Lyttos is allied to Ierapetra.
Commagene 北叙利亚 叙利亚 Small local tributary of Phrygia in the upper Mesopotamian region. Conquered long ago by Alexander Commagene is not central enough to warrant direct control by the its bigger overlord. In time this would be the site of the later kingdom of Commagene
Bambyce 北叙利亚 叙利亚 Small state based around the cult of the Canaanite deity Atargatis. The state pre-dates Macedonian conquest but has sworn fealty first to Alexander and then to his successors. The Theocratic Monarchy is ruled by the hereditary High Priests of Bambyce.
Arados 腓尼基 & 上叙利亚 叙利亚 Small Phoenician city kingdom under Antigonid protection. At the start of the game Arados is a tributary of Phrygia.
Byblos 腓尼基 & 上叙利亚 叙利亚 Ancient Phoenician city kingdom on the coast below the Lebanese Mountains. Byblos has been populated for thousands of years but is by now, like the other kingdoms but a satellite of the greater Antigonid realm. At the start of the game Byblos is a tributary of Phrygia.
Sidon 腓尼基 & 上叙利亚 叙利亚 Historically one of the most important Phoenician city states, Sidon is now just one of a few remaining kingdoms on the Lebanese coastline. Awarded great autonomy Sidon would come to embrace hellenistic culture. At the start of the game Sidon is a tributary of Phrygia.
Samaria Judea & Nabatea 叙利亚 Small Hebrew Theocratic Kingdom. Ruled by the hereditary high priests of Shekhem and paying tribute to the Antigonid Empire. Samaria also has a growing minority of Greek origin but as of yet is mostly left to their own devices. This may well change if the borders of the great successor empires should stabilize in the future however. At start Samaria is a Tributary of Phrygia.
Judea Judea & Nabatea 叙利亚 Judea is ruled by hereditary high priests, at the start of the game this is Simon the first. By some identified as the legendary Simon the Just. Much like Samaria to its north the only direct influence of the successor kingdoms on Judea at the start of the game is cultural rather than political. The Antigonids are happy to leave the local High Priests in charge in exchange for regular tribute. At the start of the game Judea is a Tributary of Phrygia.
Nabatea Judea & Nabatea 叙利亚 Small Arabic Trading kingdom, controls most of the lands between Judea and the Red Sea, and lives to a large degree on the Frankincense trade between Arabia and the Mediterranean. At the start of the game Nabatea is independent and unaligned.
Icenia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Middle size Tribal Kingdom in what would much later be known as Norfolk. Would historically ally with the Romans in their invasion after our timeline. Icenia starts independent and unaligned.
Trinovantia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Another middle sized Tribal Kingdom, between Icenia and the Thames. Their prosperous capital Camulodunum has been suggested as a possible site for the legendary Camelot, at our start it was still an insignificant village. Trinovantia starts the game independent and unaligned.
Cantiacia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Tribal Kingdom stretching from the Thames to the English Channel. Described by Caesar as a maritime oriented kingdom, with close ties to the Gallic states to the south. Cantiacia starts independent and unaligned.
Durotriga 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Small Tribal Kingdom of settled agriculturalists on the southern coast of the island. Durotriga starts independent and unaligned.
Dumnonia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Small Tribal Kingdom of settled agriculturalists on the southern coast of the island. Durotriga starts independent and unaligned.
Ordovicia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Tribal Kingdom in the fortified hills of northern Wales. Ordovicia starts independent and unaligned.
Demetia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Small Tribal Kingdom in western Wales, etymologically close to the later name Dyfed. Demetia starts independent and unaligned.
Deceanglia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Small Tribal Kingdom in northern Wales, a region that would become known for its precious metal mines during Roman Rule. Deceanglia starts independent and unaligned.
Siluria 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Warlike tribal kingdom in southern Wales. Known later for their resistance to Roman occupation. Siluria starts independent and unaligned.
Dubonnia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Large Tribal Kingdom in modern Western England. The Dubonni economy and society is based on agriculture and like many other societies in the British isles and elsewhere guarded their people with hill forts. Dubonnia starts independent and unaligned.
Cornovia 南不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Tribal kingdom in the northern Midlands, north of Dubonnia. Starts independent and unaligned.
Brigantia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Largest Tribal Kingdom in Britain, and at the start also the strongest. Controls all land between the Irish and North Seas. Would remain a substantial power long after Roman conquest. At start Brigantia is independent and unaligned.
Parisia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Small tribal kingdom in modern west Yorkshire, part of the Arras culture. Would in time come under considerable influence from Belgic tribesmen who migrated into this region. Parisia starts independent and unaligned.
Carvetia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Tribal kingdom to the north of Brigantia, and likely closely related to them. Starts independent and unaligned.
Votadinia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Pictish Tribal kingdom in what would become the northern end of Roman Britain, today Southern Scotland and Northern England. Votadinia starts independent and unaligned.
Damnonia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Pictish Tribal Kingdom in in the western lowlands. Very little is known of this tribe, which is only attested in Ptolemy’s Geography. Damnonia starts independent and unaligned.
Taexalia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Pictish Tribal Kingdom in the highlands. Starts independent and unaligned.
Caledonia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Pictish Tribal Kingdom representing the tribes of the northern highlands. Starts isolated, independent and unaligned, at the northern tip of the island.
Ulatia 北不列颠尼亚 不列颠尼亚 Hibernian Tribal kingdom in Northern Ireland, representing the tribes around the royal centre at Navan Fort. Starts independent and unaligned.
Turdetania 贝提卡 西班牙 Strong tribal kingdom in the central part of souther Hispania. As the major power in the region they are frequently at odds with their Greek and Phoenician neighbors as well as other tribes such as the Turduli. Turdetania starts independent and unaligned.
Tartessia 贝提卡 西班牙 Tribal offshot of Turdetania occupying the region that was once part of the ancient kingdom of Tartessos. While Tartessos is long gone it has left its mark in the form of a distinctly different cultural influence in this area. Tartessia starts independent and unaligned.
Menesthei 贝提卡 西班牙 Greek city state just south of Lacus Ligustinus at the estuary of the Guadalquivir river. Menesthei was home to a local oracle of some renown and apart from Greeks it is also home to a significant Phoenician community. Menesthei starts in a defensive league with Gadir.
Gadir 贝提卡 西班牙 Ancient Phoenician trade city in Southern Spain. Many hundreds of years older than Carthage itself Gadir remains its own actor and is not directly tied to the great African city. Gadir starts in a defensive league with Menesthei.
Turdulia 贝提卡 西班牙 Turdulian Tribal kingdom north of Turdetania and at the southern border of the celtiberian tribal region, based around the city of Iporca. The tribe is separated from other Turduli tribes in Lusitania by the Celtici to its west. Turdulia starts independent and unaligned.
Cynetia 贝提卡 西班牙 Iberian Tribal kingdom on the southwestern tip of Hispania. Small and under pressure from the expanding Celt-Iberian tribes to the north, Cynetia often sought outside protection from powers like Carthage and Rome. Cynetia starts independent and unaligned.
Hispania 贝提卡 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom north of the Carthaginian controlled coastline. Eburania starts independent and unaligned.
Oretania 贝提卡 西班牙 Strong Iberian tribal kingdom in the Sierra Morena mountains with ample access to Precious Metals and Base Metals. While weaker than the Turdetani, Oretania would remain independent up until Roman conquest and exerts authority over some nearby tribes. The Oretani starts independent and unaligned.
Garmania 贝提卡 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom north of Oretania in a mixed region of Iberians and Celtiberians. Garmania starts as a Tributary of Oretania.
Mentasania 贝提卡 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom north of Oretania with many characteristics similar to Garmania. Mentasania starts as a tributary of Oretania.
Bastetania Contestania 西班牙 Ancient Iberian Tribal Kingdom that has been much diminished by the expansion of the Phoenician colony around Malaca. Bastetania starts the game independent and unaligned.
Mastia Contestania 西班牙 Iberian city state near modern Cartagena, formerly in league with Tartessos. While the region under Mastian control is small it includes some of the richest and most accessible Gold Fields in Hispania. In time this area would come under Carthaginian influence and be the site of the flourishing city of New Carthage, the main port of Hispania. Mastia starts independent and unaligned.
Contestania Contestania 西班牙 Perhaps the strongest tribal kingdom in a very divided region, Contestania is a medium sized Iberian state with some influence beyond its borders. At starts it is independent and unaligned.
Deitania Contestania 西班牙 Tribal offshoot of Contestani. Deitania starts as a tributary of Contestania.
Hemeroskopeion Contestania 西班牙 Greek city state on the eastern coastline founded by Massalian settlers. Hemeroskopeion starts in a defensive league with Massilia and Emporion to its north.
Edetania Contestania 西班牙 Iberian Tribe in the eastern Hispanian inland. Edetania starts independent and unaligned.
Saguntum Contestania 西班牙 Iberian tribal city state with its hinterland. Would in time grow to a thriving trade power in the region and attract attention from Rome and Carthage. Eventually the allegiance of Saguntum would become the trigger for the second Punic war. At our start Saguntum is independent and unaligned.
Lobetania Contestania 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom pressed south by the Celtic Bellia tribe. Lobetania starts independent and unaligned.
Solicia Contestania 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Duitiquia Contestania 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Tirtaliquia Contestania 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Aelariquia Contestania 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Moeniccia 西班牙 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Duniquia 西班牙 西班牙 Carpetani is a tribal identity but not a united federation. There are a number of tribal Carpetani kingdom that could come to form a united Carpetanian Tribal Federation if they can unite their home area by either conquest or voluntary submission. Not a lot is known of each tribal kingdom but they would in time come into conflict with Carthage.
Hispania 西班牙 西班牙 Strongest and reputedly most warlike of the Celtiberian Tribal Kingdoms. Would in time come to unite the area and form the Celtiberian federation. Starts independent and unaligned.
Hispania 西班牙 西班牙 Middle sized tribal kingdom between Arevacia and Boletia. Controls the mines of Segobriga, which in time would become the main source of Lapis Specularis in the mediterranean. A transparent stone wanted for, among other things, windowmaking. Olcadia starts independent and unaligned.
Hispania 西班牙 西班牙 Middle sized tribal kingdom bordering the Iberian states on the coastline. Would often get provoke conflict with their neighbors and at times allied Carthage. Participated on the Carthaginian side in the second Punic War. Boletia starts independent and unaligned.
Bellia 西班牙 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom in Celtiberia. They start independent and unaligned.
Lusonia 西班牙 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom in Celtiberia. They start independent and unaligned.
Tithia 西班牙 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom in Celtiberia. They start independent and unaligned.
Emporion 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Largest and most influential Greek settlement in Spain. Emporion is a Plutocratic Republic that has acted as the main entrepot for Trade between southern Spain, Massilia in Gaul, Greek Italy and Greece. While its power is small compared to the military might of its nearby competitor, Carthage, it has maintained its independence in cooperation with nearby Iberian tribes. Emporion starts in a defensive league with Massilia and Hemeroskopeion as well as an alliance with Indiketia.
Indiketia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Iberian Tribal Kingdom and patron of the nearby Greek state of Emporion. At start Indiketia is allied with Emporion.
Cessetania 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Iberian tribal kingdom just south of Emporion and Indiketia. The main city of the Cessetani, Tarracona, would under Roman rule grow to be the most important city in the region.
Ilercavonia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Iberian tribe on the western coastline of Hispania by the Ebro estuary. Ilercavonia starts independent and unaligned.
Sedetania 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Iberian inland Tribal kingdom west of Ilercavonia. Sedetania starts independent and unaligned.
Ausetania 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Small tribal kingdom between the Pyrenees and Cessetania. Would swap allegiance between Rome and Carthage during the punic wars.
Ilergetia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Relatively strong and economically prosperous Iberian Tribal Kingdom between the central Pyrenees and the Ebro river. Ilergetia starts independent and unaligned.
Vasconia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Tribal Kingdom in the plain south of the western Pyrenees. Neighboring Ilergetia and Vardulia. The Vascones are often thought to be the ancestors of the modern Basque. Vasconia starts independent and unaligned.
Vardulia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Tribal Kingdom on the western tip of the Pyrenees, west of the Vasconians, in what is today the Basque country. Vardulia starts independent and unaligned.
Caristia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Small Aquitanian Tribal kingdom west of Vardulia. Starts independent and unaligned.
Autrigonia 塔拉格尼西斯 西班牙 Celtic tribe that arrived in this region in the last century. Originally settled to the south of where they now are they have been driven from their old capital in Autraca by the Turmodigia.
Coporia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Gravia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Interamicia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Leunia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Neria 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Seurria 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Silenia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Tamagania 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Varrinia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Orgenomescia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Caladunia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Bracaria 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Baniensia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Baedia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Arronia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Albionia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Aebocosia 加利西亚 西班牙 Callaecian Tribes
Amacia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Beduniensia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Gigurria 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Lanciensia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Lugonia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Paesicia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Selinia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Superatia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Tiburia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Zoelia 加利西亚 西班牙 Asturian Tribes
Avariginia 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Coniscia 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Concania 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Blendia 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Morecania 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Tamaricia 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Vadinia 加利西亚 西班牙 Just east of the Asturians, the Cantabrian tribes occupy the mountainous region towards the Atlantic coastline. Their region is rich in iron, base metals and silver. The Cantabri themselves were renowned for their military prowess and expertise, and would often serve as mercenaries in distant wars.
Oppidania 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Off-shot from the Turduli people also found in Baetica. The Oppidani occupy much of the coastline of modern Portugal, but they have few friends in a region almost entirely dominated by Lusitanian tribes. Oppidania starts independent and unaligned.
Celticia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Celtiberian tribe north of Turdulia, most likely related to the celtiberi to the north. Would historically come to submit to the Carthaginians when they began to expand their influence over southern Hispania. Celticia starts independent and unaligned.
Sefia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Celtician Tribal Kingdom south of Oppidania and north of Cynetia. Starts independent and unaligned.
Cempsia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Another Celtician Tribal Kingdom, closely related to Sefia. Starts independent and unaligned.
Bardulia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Triba Turdulil kingdom surrounding by bigger neighbors. With Tartessia to the south, Turdulia to the east and Celticia to the north the Barduli are going to need to find friends quickly. Barduli starts independent and unaligned.
Paesuria 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Elbocoria 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Tapolia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Igaedetania 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Lancientia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Aravia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Taluria 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 Tribal continuum between the Douro and Tagus rivers. While the Lusitanian tribes were far from united in 304 BCE they historically managed to band together to go on the offensive against Carthage and later Rome.
Bletonisia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 In the centre of the Iberian plain the Vettonian tribes have settled in the past century. In their near area the Vettones were often allies of the Lusitani against greater common threats such as the Carthaginians
Caluria 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 In the centre of the Iberian plain the Vettonian tribes have settled in the past century. In their near area the Vettones were often allies of the Lusitani against greater common threats such as the Carthaginians
Coerensia 卢西塔尼亚 西班牙 In the centre of the Iberian plain the Vettonian tribes have settled in the past century. In their near area the Vettones were often allies of the Lusitani against greater common threats such as the Carthaginians
Calontiensia 西班牙 西班牙 In the centre of the Iberian plain the Vettonian tribes have settled in the past century. In their near area the Vettones were often allies of the Lusitani against greater common threats such as the Carthaginians
Saba Felicitous Arabia 阿拉伯 Ancient Autocratic Kingdom and centre of Semitic civilization in Yemen. In many ways in decline at our start date and challenged by smaller nearby Arabian kingdoms.
Himjar Felicitous Arabia 阿拉伯 Kingdom of the Himyarites who eventually would come to dominate the region. Rival to the other south Arabian kingdoms and already in control of the important coastal strip along the Bab el Mandeb strait between Arabia and Africa. Himjar starts independent and unaligned.
Qataban Felicitous Arabia 阿拉伯 Small kingdom in southern Yemen. Starts in control of the southern part of the Yemeni highland as well as some of the Incense ports of the south.
Hadhramut Felicitous Arabia 阿拉伯 Ancient South Arabian kingdom that was eventually conquered by Himjar. Controls some of the most valuable incense producing regions but is generally not nearly as rich and fertile as western Yemen.
Ma’in Felicitous Arabia 阿拉伯 Kingdom of the Mineans, who pre-date the kingdom of Saba but only recently rose to relevance in the region.
Lihyan Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Up until recently a small city state kingdom based around the Dedan oasis, south of Nabatea. Have recently grown to control a wider region, wresting control of the Tayma or Tiamat oasis from the Qadarites.
Thamud Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Independent Tribal state along the red sea coast attested for hundreds of years before the start of the game.
Thaqif Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Independent Tribe controlling the area around the Ta’if oasis.
Qedar Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Old tribal federation formerly in control of the region conquered by Lihyan. Traditionally allies of the Nabateans but at the start of the game unaligned.
Gerrha Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Independent Tribal kingdom in control of the eastern Arabian coastline.
Maka Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Tribal Kingdom in modern Oman. Was previously under Achaemenid rule but has since slid into obscurity and been left to its own devices.
Tylos Northern & Greater Arabia​ 阿拉伯 Small trade kingdom on the island today known as Bahrain. The economy of Tylos is based on pearl fishing and it is home to a sizeable Greek minority.
Seleucid Empire 美索不达米亚 & 亚述 波斯 Great Macedonian Kingdom with the recently crowned Seleucus as king. While Seleucus and his son Antiochus has campaigned extensively among the Persian satrapies, replacing any disloyal governors with trusted men, the kingdom is a cosmopolitan mix of cultures and religions. Macedonian cities founded by Alexander remain interspersed with Chaldean, Persian and Bactrian subjects, most of whom know very little of politics in Seleucia Magna. The first decision that the Seleucid Empire will have to make is how to deal with the brewing conflict in the east. Historically Seleucus would sign away most of the eastern satrapies on the Mauryan border in exchange for a lasting peace and a high number of Indian War Elephants. Animals that played a decisive part when eventually defeating Antigonus troops in Phrygia. At the start of the game the Seleucid Empire will be faced with a similar choice, they can choose to sign away a large portion of land, for a long truce, or resume war with the huge Mauryan Empire in India.
Adiabene 美索不达米亚 & 亚述 波斯 Small Assyrian kingdom in Upper Mesopotamia/Assyria. As a former Persian vassal Adiabene has seen many overlords come and go in the last decades. With Seleucus occupied with the grand politics of the successors as well as the hostilities at the Mauryan border Adiabene has mostly been left to their own devices. At start Adiabene is a tributary of the Selucid Empire
Media Atropatene Media & Persis 波斯 Middle size Iranian kingdom in northern Media that predates the greek successor kingdoms by a fair bit and while he was considered one of the vassals of Alexander the Great his kingdom has since broken off as an independent entity. Media Atropatene is relatively rich for its size and its ruler, Atropates, is an influential man in the region as well as one of few remaining Iranian rulers at the start of the game.
Parthia Parthia Bactria and Parthia Seleucid Satrapy on the border between Persia proper and the open tribal region to the north. While Parthia is perhaps not the richest Satrapy it enjoys a great deal of autonomy and as the core for future expansion it has great potential. Parthia starts as a Satrapy subject of the Seleucids.
Bactria Bactria Bactria and Parthia The other great eastern Satrapy under the Seleucids is Bactria. A much richer region than Parthia, in the fertile valley between Hindukush in modern Afghanistan and the Pamir mountains. It has a larger population and the region is already something of a cultural melting pot of Greek veterans, settlers, persian bureaucrats, and local Indo-Iranian farmers and city-dwellers. Bactria has been described by some as a ‘Wild West’ of its day. Starts as a Satrapy Subject state of the Seleucids.
Parnia Dahae Bactria and Parthia One of a number of Dahae tribal kingdoms in the region between the Caspian Sea and Bactria. Would eventually conquer Parthia and found the Parthian Empire, ruled by the Arsacid dynasty. Like all of the Dahae Tribes, if Parnia exapnds it can form a Dahae federation, greatly strengthening its ranks and potentially reading itself for an invasion of Iran. Starts independent and unaligned.
Scythia Dahae Bactria and Parthia Tribal kingdom on the northern edge of the Caspian. An open steppe separates it from European Scythia in one direction and Sogdia in the other. Starts independent and unaligned.
Zanthia Dahae Bactria and Parthia Small tribal kingdom of the Dahae people. Like Parnia it can potentially form the core of something greater. Starts independent and unaligned.
Zanthia Dahae Bactria and Parthia Small tribal kingdom on the edge of the Dahae region and Parthia. Starts independent and unaligned.
Pissuria Dahae Bactria and Parthia Tribal kingdom in the Amu Darya river delta, right between the Dahae tribes and Bactria. Starts independent and unaligned.
Massalia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Oldest and most influential of the Greek settlements in Gaul. Massalia is not just one city but also controls the coastal cities of Antipolis, Tauroention and Agathi. It is also in a defensive league with Emporion and Hemereskopeion in Hispania. Nonetheless Massalia is far from strong. It depends on maintaining good relations with the surrounding Gallic states or being able to afford mercenaries to fight for its cause. Preferably both. Merchants from Massalia are said to have traveled far and wide throughout Gaul, and Massalian coins have been found throughout the region.
Salluvia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Gallic and Ligurian tribal kingdom surrounding Massalia. One of the first peoples subdued by Rome when it expanded into the region.
Deciatia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Small Ligurian tribe just east of Massalia, controlling the thin strip of land between the Salluvi and the Oxybi.
Oxybia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Another small tribal kingdom of Ligurians, on the coast between Antipolis and Deciatia.
Vocontia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Gallic Tribal kingdom of medium strength, east of the river Rhone. Stronger than many of the southern tribes and would retain some autonomy under Roman rule as a Roman ally.
Albicia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Small Gallic tribe in the hills between Vocontia and the coastal Tribes.
Tectosagia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Volcae tribal kingdom on the border of Aquitania centered on the city of Tolosa (modern Toulouse). Supposedly took part in the raids into Anatolia, with some of the raiders settling in Galatia. Regardless this is one of the stronger Gallic states in the region.
Sorbonia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Another Volcae tribal kingdom west of Tectosagia, has a coastal port and also borders Massalias exclave Agatha.
Arecomicia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Medium sized Volcae Tribal kingdom west of the Rhone.
Rutenia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Tribal kingdom just south of the Massif Central mountains with ample access to base metals and stone. Despite their closeness to the Arverni they do not seem to have been subservient to them at any point.
Arvernia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul In many ways the most powerful tribal kingdom in southern Gaul. Would in time grow to be a regional hegemonic power before Roman conquest. Controls important sources if Iron and Precious Metals and stands ready to expand its influence at our start.
Helvia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Small celtic kingdom in the highlands west of the Rhone. Rich in both Precious and Base Metals.
Allobrogia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Larger Tribal kingdom between the Rhone and lake Geneva. Would oppose the Romans together with the Salluvians and the Arverni, part of the tribe also allegedly helped Hannibal cross the alps during his march to Italy.
Segusiavia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul “The victorious”, small but strong tribal kingdom around modern Lyon. Rich in metals and with a strong economy. Segusiavia conducted trade even before Roman conquest with the Phoenicians and Greeks and, like the Arvernians, coined their own money.
Caturigia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Small Alpine Tribal kingdom guarding a number of the important passes between Italian Gaul and Transalpine Gaul. After centuries of mixing the population is both Celt and Ligurian.
Ceutronia Transalpine Gaul​ Gaul Another Celtic Alpine kingdom, north of the Caturigi. The Ceutroni were willing to defend their mountain passes. Both Caesar and Hannibal did in their times pass through these lands.
Santonia Aquitania Gaul Medium sized Tribal kingdom with an economy built on the export of salt and wine.
Pictonia Aquitania Gaul Strong Tribal kingdom north of the Santones. Skilled shipbuilders and exporters of both Timber and boats. Assisted Caesar during his wars in Gaul and Pictones fought both for and against Vercingetorix.
Lemovicia Aquitania Gaul Tribal kingdom in the highlands of central Gaul. Rich in precious metals and allies of the Arverni.
Andecamulensia Aquitania Gaul Small tribal kingdom in modern Limousin, closely related to the Lemovici.
Petrocoria Aquitania Gaul Small tribal kingdom in modern Dordogne. Exports Iron.
Nitiobrogia Aquitania Gaul Small tribal kingdom north of the Aquitanian states.
Tarbellia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Sibuzatia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Bigerrionia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Tarusatia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Vocatia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Cocosatia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Viviscia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Auscia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Consorannia Aquitania Gaul Part the greater Aquitanian tribal identity. Should any of these rise to prominence well enough the Aquitanian tribes may form a more powerful Tribal federation, incorporating the other states.
Parisia Celtica Gaul Small tribal kingdom by the Seine, centered round the region where Lutetia would later be founded, the precursor of the modern city of Paris. Subjects to the Senoni.
Senonia Celtica Gaul Larger tribal kingdom along the Seine. Overlords of the Parisi. Known to the Romans perhaps most of all because they are the tribe which Brennus led to sack Rome just 80 years prior to the start of our game.
Mandubia Celtica Gaul Small tribal kingdom centered on the fortified city of Alesia, which would later be the site of the last stand of the Gallic coalition against the Romans. In 304 BCE the Mandubii are not an important tribe however, reliant on the good will of their neighbors for their continued existance.
Tricassia Celtica Gaul Another small tribal kingdom on the Seine, centered around what would later become Troyes.
Lingonia Celtica Gaul Relatively strong tribal kingdom on a commercial and cultural crossroads in eastern Gaul, closely related to the Lingones is Italy. The Lingones of Gaul are known for their skills in ironworking and agriculture.
Sequania Celtica Gaul Strong Tribal kingdom on the upper Saone river. Rivals of the Aedui. Also took part in the gallic disaster in Rome 80 years prior to our start, would eventually play a key part in the Roman conquest of Gaul.
Aeduia Celtica Gaul Tribal kingdom to the west of their hereditary enemies, the Sequani.
Biturigia Celtica Gaul Tribal kingdom north of Arvernia. Like many other tribal kingdoms mentioned here the Bituriges are known for their skills at iron and stoneworking.
Redonia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Venellia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Osismia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Venetia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Curiosolita Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Diablintia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Lexovia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Eburovicia Armorica Gaul Part of the bigger Armorican tribal identity and which may come to incorporate the others if they grow to be powerful and influential enough to unite the region. The economy and culture of these tribes are all closely tied to that of Britannia.
Namnetia Armorica Gaul Small Tribal kingdom centered around their capital on the Loire, eventually this city would be called Namnetum, the fore-runner of modern day Nantes. The kingdom is rich in all kind of metals and, like the Armorican states such as Osimisia to the north it was part of the trade zone around the British channel.
Aulercia Armorica Gaul Small tribal kingdom to the east of Namnetia.
Carnutia Armorica Gaul Medium sized powerful and fortified Tribal Kingdom just at the border of the Gallia Celtica region. Would in time become subjected by the nearby Belgae Remi.
Esuvia Armorica Gaul Obscure tribal kingdom in modern Normandy.
Treveria Belgica Gaul On the border of the Celtic and Belgic parts of Gaul Treveria is a strong Tribal Kingdom in the far eastern part of Gaul. During the Gallic wars they would make a name for themselves for their strong military ability, especially for their cavalry.
Remia Belgica Gaul Strong Tribal kingdom north of Treveria, centered on the large city of Durocortum. Would come to expand their influence over a wider region, acquiring subject tribes further into Celtic Gaul.
Menapia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Eburonia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Morinia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Viromanduia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Nervia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Aduatucia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Cugernia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Suessionia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Bellovacia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Ambiania Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Caletia Belgica Gaul If any of the Belgae tribes should grow powerful and influential enough they may unify the Belgae tribes into a tribal federation. Enjoying more efficient government as well as the voluntary submission of a number of the other Belgae Tribes.
Scythia Northern Black Sea Armenia Situated between the open Steppes and the Black Sea the Scythian kingdom has no theoretical limit to its expansion. On the other hand the open steppe is by no means as immediately lucrative as maintaining trade with the Greeks to the south. While Scythia is firmly entrenched as the tribal overlord of this region since centuries their supremacy is soon to be challenged by the expanding Sarmatians from the east.
Olbia Northern Black Sea Armenia Greek Trading colony and city state on the western black sea coast. Olbia was established hundreds of years ago and by our start date they have a firm trading relationship with Scythia to the north.
Tyras Northern Black Sea Armenia Small Greek trading colony west of the more influential Olbia.
Bosporan Kingdom Northern Black Sea Armenia A recent civil war between princes of the Kingdom’s Spartocid dynasty had just passed when the its king died suddenly while on the way home from a diplomatic journey. The newly crowned Spartocus has been quick to name himself Basileus, just as the great successor kings to the south, but any ties to the greater Hellenistic conflict ends there. The Bosporan kingdom is quickly emerging as a local power of note in this part of the world, and would not dream of risking that for any southern adventures.
Chersonesus Northern Black Sea Armenia League of cities based around the Greek colony of Chersonesus in the western part of the Crimean peninsula. Has recently gone from a small city state to a slightly more influential entity, expanding north along the Crimean coast.
Maeotia Northern Black Sea Armenia Tribal Federation on the eastern coast of the Sea of Azov (Lake Maeotis), frequently subjected to the Bosporan Kingdom.
Sarmatia Northern Black Sea Armenia Tribal Chiefdom east of the Tanais river. Sarmatia starts with many tribesmen and a low Centralization level, and is eager to replace the old Scythian overlordship over this region.
Zygia Northern Black Sea Armenia Sindican tribal kingdom on the coastline east of the Bosporan Kingdom. Heavily influenced by both Scythian and Hellenistic customs this is also a traditionally a pirate haven.
Heniochia Northern Black Sea Armenia Tribal Kingdom between the western Caucasus range and the sea. A tribal vassal of the Bosporan kingdom and, like Zygia to the west, historically a haven for Black Sea pirates.
Colchis Caucasia Armenia Ancient native kingdom in modern western Georgia. Once part of the Achaemenid Empire Colchis has now been independent for a number of decades.
Phasis Caucasia Armenia Small Greek trading league based around the city of Phasis on the Black Sea coastline. While reasonably rich Phasis depends on the good will of Colchis for its survival.
Iberia Caucasia Armenia Autocratic Monarchy ruled by the mysterious Azo of Iberia. Formerly subjected to both the Achaemenid and later Alexander’s empire, Iberia has now established itself as an independent kingdom, albeit not a very stable one. Like the other Caucasian kingdoms Iberia enjoys a defensible position, with a few passes controlling all access to the west, south and north, but also a longer and more troublesome border with the tribal region of Albania to the east.
Albania Caucasia Armenia In 304 BCE Caucasian Albania is not a united country but rather a tribal region that, while known for its horsemen and warriors, still has a long way to go to be a proper country. Luckily there are plenty of opportunities to grow, in this region.
Legia Caucasia Armenia Small Tribal Kingdom to the north of the Caucasus and the passes of Iberia and Albania.
Siracia Caucasia Armenia Tribal kingdom north of the Caucasus. Took part in the Civil War of the Bosporan kingdom, in which one of the claimants was killed during a siege in Siraci land.
Sindica Caucasia Armenia Small tribal chiefdom in the Sindi inland, north of Zygia. One of many tribal states on the direct border of the Bosporan kingdom.
Frisia Western Germania Germania Medium Sized Tribal Chiefdom on the western edge of the Germanic region. Would eventually push south and west, where they came in contact with the Roman Empire.
Angrivaria Western Germania Germania Small Tribal Chiefdom surrounded by stronger neighbors. Would remain active in the area into imperial era.
Cheruscia Western Germania Germania Tribal Chiefdom on the southern edge of this region. Perhaps most known for, along with neighboring tribes, defeating the Roman commander Varus in the Teutoburg forest in 9 AD, shortly after the end of this game. In 304 BCE nothing of that is predetermined however and this is just one of the tribes contesting this region.
Chaucia Western Germania Germania Germanic Tribal Chiefdom in the region between the Ems and Elbe. Like the Cheruscia they are largely known for things that would transpire long after the start of our game.
Fosia Western Germania Germania Smaller and slightly poorer neighbors of Cheruscia.
Marcommania Western Germania Germania Strong Tribal Chiefdom that would in time migrate south to modern Bohemia.
Langobardia Western Germania Germania Tribal chiefdom controlling part of the Elbe. Their later day relatives would migrate far to the south.
Reudigna Western Germania Germania Small tribal chiefdom just south of the Jutland peninsula.
Anglia Western Germania Germania Small Tribal chiefdom south of the Jutland Peninsula. Would many centuries later settle in the British Isles.
Aviones Western Germania Germania Another Jutlandic tribe, in modern North Frisia.
Eudosia Western Germania Germania Tribal chiefdom, probably the sma people that is later simply known as the Jutes.
Teutonia Western Germania Germania Tribal chiefdom in northern Jutland. Came to clash with the Roman Republic, along with Cimbri in the Danubian river area and even as far south as Italy.
Cimbria Western Germania Germania Like the Teutons the Cimbri fought the Romans around 100 BCE, but at our start they are one of the many Jutlandic tribes, far away from Rome and any other mediterranean states.
Varinia Baltic Germania Germania Staunch Germanic tribe in modern Mecklenburg and Pomerania.
Semnonia Baltic Germania Germania Suebi Tribal Chiefdom in the central Germanic region.
Rugia Baltic Germania Germania Small tribal chiefdom with supposed roots in northern Scandinavia.
Lugia Baltic Germania Germania The Lugi are often identified with the later Vandals. In 450 AUC they are a moderately powerful tribal chiefdom in northern Germania.
Lemovia Baltic Germania Germania Small tribal chiefdom with close ties with Lugia and Rugia.
Bastarnia Baltic Germania Germania Powerful tribal chiefdom in modern day Poland. Would in time migrate south and come into conflict with the Roman Republic in the Carpathian region.
Gothonia Baltic Germania Germania Small tribal chiefdom in modern Pomerelia. One of the possible ancestors of the in the future so famous Goths.
Sciria Baltic Germania Germania Small Tribal Chiefdom by the Vistula river.
Aestuia Baltic Germania Germania Baltic tribal chiefdom on the eastern side of the Vistula, and the only Baltic culture and religion playable country at the start of the game.
Aestuia Baltic Germania Germania Baltic tribal chiefdom on the eastern side of the Vistula, and the only Baltic culture and religion playable country at the start of the game.
Suionia Northen Scandinavia Scandinavia Small Tribal Chiefdom, located in modern Sweden, was probably the first tribe to settle and rule the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea. Has the potential to dominate the Scandinavian Peninsula.
Guthonia Northen Scandinavia Scandinavia Small Tribal Chiefdom, located in modern Sweden. At start surrounded by three tribes, one of the harder tribes to play on the Scandinavian Peninsula.
Dania Southern Scandinavia Scandinavia Small Tribal Chiefdom, located in modern Sweden. Has the potential to dominate the Scandinavian Peninsula.

Note: Much of the countries are work-in-progress.

Note: the religion of each country is the one that covers all or most of the country