Adolfo IV of Creeperopolis

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In this Creeperian name, the first or paternal surname is Martínez de Hernández and the second or maternal family name is Jiménez de Rosales.
Adolfo IV
Emperor of all Catholics
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Adolfo IV in 1920.
8th Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans
Reign3 June 1918 – 2 January 1933
Coronation15 September 1918
PredecessorAlfonso V
SuccessorRomero I
Prime MinisterInhué Ordóñez Yepes (1918–1922)
Édgar Cazalla Beldad (1922)
Antonio Sáenz Heredia (1922–1927)
Édgar Cazalla Beldad (1927–1928)
Antonio Sáenz Heredia (1928)
Joel Lacasa Campos (1928)
Serafín Velázquez Andrade (1928)
Tobías Gaos Nores (1928–1932)
Jorge Meléndez Ramírez (1932)
Máximo Illescas Freixa (1932–1933)
27th Holy Protector of the State of the Church
Reign3 June 1918 – 2 January 1933
PredecessorAlfonso V
SuccessorRomero I
Supreme PontiffBenedicto XV (until 1922)
Pío XI (from 1922)
5th Emperor of El Salvador
Reign3 June 1918 – 2 January 1933
PredecessorAlfonso I
SuccessorRomero I
27th King of Senvar
Reign3 June 1918 – 2 January 1933
PredecessorAlfonso I
SuccessorRomero I
Born1 March 1866
San Salvador Imperial Palace, San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
Died2 January 1933(1933-01-02) (aged 66)
San Salvador Imperial Palace, San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
Burial15 September 1961
Consort
Rafaela Galdámez Águila
(m. 1890; his death 1933)
Issue5, including Romero I and Miguel VII
Full name
Adolfo IV Alexander Maximiliano de San Alfonso y San Miguel Martínez de Hernández y Jiménez de Rosales
HouseHouse of Martínez–Pelayo
FatherMaximiliano II of Creeperopolis
MotherMaría Jiménez Rosales
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism

Adolfo IV (full name: Adolfo IV Alexander Maximiliano de San Alfonso y San Miguel Martínez de Hernández y Jiménez de Rosales; 1 March 1866 – 2 January 1933) was the Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans, Holy Protector of the State of the Church, Emperor of El Salvador, and King of Senvar from 1918 until his death in 1933.

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