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Neropolis

 

Pronunciation:  neh-RAH-po-lihs

Occurrences:  9

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 23:51

 

And Seti-Kahn spoke unto Kronus, saying: “This day shall I place before the Emperor, the plans of war and battle; for there gathers against us the legions of Rome which even now would steal from us the whole of Antarctica; for they would seize for themselves the water stations of Neropolis.

 

 

See:  Antarctica, Drakonia, First Track, First World, Rome, South Africa

 

Summary:  During the First Track, in the days of Kronus Maximillius, Neropolis was a Drakonian port-city located on the shores of present-day Antarctica. The city presumably operated to support the harvest and export various resources from the land, as well as purified water. Antarctica was captured by Drakonia some eighty years early during a war with Rome (3:24:5-6). Since then, Rome had sought revenge against Drakonia, hoping to reestablish dominion over Antarctica.

 

When Rome launched a campaign to attack Neropolis, the foreknowing Drakonian military initiated a brilliant counter-offensive attack, the plans of which were devised by the young Kronus Maximillius (3:24:28-61). The result was utterly devastating to the Roman Empire, as not only did their military fail in capturing Neropolis, but the Empire lost up to half of its wealth after its South African treasuries were successfully plundered by Drakonian forces (3:25:1-11,22).

 

Drakonian Emperor, Drakonus Maximillius, minted a new platinum coin in celebration of the great victory (3:25:12-13). The Emperor honored Kronus Maximillius by appointing him to the office and rank of Imperial Knight, and assigning him to the role of First Imperial Counselor to the Emperor (3:25:18-19).

 

Hoping to dodge blame for the embarrassing defeat, Roman Emperor Commodus III purged the entire military of all who participated in the failed siege (3:25:37-40).

 

 

Notes/References:

 

Refer to:  3rd Endowment 23:50 — 3:25:22  

 

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