Ayreoshubic Empire

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Ayreoshubic Empire
2500 BCE–1900 BCE
Ayreoshubic Empire c. 2000 BCE
Ayreoshubic Empire c. 2000 BCE
Common languagesAyreoshubic
Ayreoshubic paganism
Historical eraAncient Caelean Coast
• Establishment
2500 BCE
• Collapse
1900 BCE
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Kingdom of Alaqa

The Ayreoshubic Empire was an ancient civilization originating in the Caelean Coast. It conquered the coast reaching as far north as modern day southern Quebecshire and as far south as Judea. At its height between 2100 to 1950 BCE, it also controled inland regions including Alaia after the Ayreoshubics defeated the Akadia Empire. The empire was organized into semi-autonomous city-states. The Ayreoshubics spoke the Ayreoshubic language and used the Ayreoshubic alphabet, the oldest known alphabet (c. 2100 BCE). The empire collapsed in 1900 BCE due to internal conflicts and famine. The Ayreoshubic Empire had a profound impact on the surrounding regions. The Ayreoshubic languages spread across the continent and eventually to Sur. The Ayreoshubic alphabet also spread and developed into Greek.




The Ayreoshubic people originated north of the coast of modern day Terranihil and south of modern day Quebecshire. The earliest evidence of their independent city-states is from 3000 BCE, making them one of the oldest known civilizations. They likely spoke an earlier form of the Ayreoshubic language. The empire was formed in 2500 BCE.


The Ayreoshubic Empire had conquered lands north of it in modern day southern Quebecshire and south of it in Alaia (eastern Terranihil) by 2300 BCE. It captured even more southern lands, including Judea and Alaqa, by 2200 BCE. It then began an inland campaign and defeated the Akadian Empire in 2100, becoming the undisputed power of the Ancient Calean Coast for two centuries.


Many of the conquered nations and peoples wanted independence, and mass revolts began in 2000 BCE. Alaqa was the first to succesfully secede in 1950 BCE. Ayreoshubic hold over Alaia ended in 1900 after Assorian and Elamite revolts. By 1850 BCE, the Ayreoshubics no longer held any foreign lands. The collapse is also attributable to drought and famine in the region. Ayreoshubia retained control over its native lands for several centuries later.

The collapse of the empire led to the Ayreoshubic migrations, in which Ayreoshubic speaking people traveled north, south, and west to settle more fertile land. These people were likely originally natives of Alaia, Alaqa, southern Quebecshire, and Judea who spoke the Ayreoshubic language as a lingua franca or who were culturally Ayreoshubized. They facilitated the spread of the Ayreoshubic language, its several dialects, as well as the Ayreoshubic script.

Society and culture


The Ayreoshsubic people spoke the Ayreohubic language, the predecessor to the languages of the Ayreoshubic language family. Ayreoshubic became a lingua franca under the empire. The empire may have also actively engaged in efforts to Ayreoshubize captured populations. This may explain how the Ayreoshubic languages managed to spread so far across Ecros and into Sur. The language also likely spread via trade. They also began using Ayreoshubic alphabet around 2100 BCE.