Miguel I of Creeperopolis

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Miguel I
Don Aurelio, rey de Asturias (Museo del Prado).jpg
5th King of the Creeperans
Reign13 January 1301 – 27 April 1365
Coronation15 September 1301
PredecessorManuel I
SuccessorAdolfo I
PopeBoniface VIII (1301–1303)
Benedicto XI (1303–1304)
Clemento V (1305–1314)
Juan XXII (1316–1334)
Benedicto XII (1334–1342)
Clemento VI (1342–1352)
Innocento VI 1352–1362)
Urbano V (1362–1365)
Born2 March 1288
Salvador, Salvador, Creeperopolis
Died27 April 1365(1365-04-27) (aged 77)
Turriarados, Helam, Creeperopolis
Burial10 May 1365
ConsortIsabela Arshad Mustansir
IssueMiguel
Adolfo I
María
Emmanuel
Concepción
Rosa
HouseHouse of Martínez
FatherManuel I
MotherMaría Gutiérrez Carpio
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism

Miguel I of Creeperopolis (2 March 1288 – 27 April 1365) was the fifth King of the Creeperans from 13 January 1301 until his death on 27 April 1365. He lead Creeperopolis during the final years of the Creeperian Crusade and brought and end to the Caliphate of Deltino at the Siege of Almadinat Almuqadasa in 1326. He destroyed the Deltinian rump states in 1345, ending the Creeperian Crusade.

He is commonly known as Miguel the Great.