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I believe that MKJ's latest setup is the best and I support that setup. With the latest setup the Orthodox churches can convert to each other as well.
However, I believe maybe Oriental Orthodox should be Nestorian instead? The Oriental and Orthodox churches after all, all agreed Jesus being one person. And Nestorian who believed Jesus was two persons. And today the churches are close to a communion again.
The thing is, if they don't get access to Epirus, I think the AI won't be able to handle this. Those provinces would revolt away from them all too quickly, or f.ex. BYZ will have its army trapped there and won't be able (due to AI stupidity) to transport it back to, say, Constantinople, which would be besieged by someone.Byzantium shouldn't have direct land access to Epirus.
Another possibility is to give BYZ military access through the Slavic tribes of central Greece - which would also be quite historically plausible, because in the middle ages it wasn't that unusual for armies to march through neutral territory.
711 - Neustria and Burgundy unified under Grimoald II, Austrasia under Pepin of Herstal. Aquitaine under Odo the Great. 714 - Grimoald II dies and soon after also Pepin of Herstal. Neustria and Burgundy is taken by Pepin of Herstal's first wife Plectrude for her son Grimoald II's infant Theudoald. Austrasia elects Charles Martel as Mayor of the Palace. 715 - Neustria and Burgundy is ruled by Ragenfrid. 718 - Charles Martel has united the kingdom. 741 - Charles Martel dies and his two sons inherit. Neustria and Burgundy is ruled by Pepin the Short. Austrasia is ruled by Carloman. 747 - Austrasia is ruled by Drogo. 751 - Pepin the Short declares, with support from the nobility and the Pope, himself King of the Franks thus the kingdom is unified. 768 - Pepin the Short dies and his two sons inherits. Francia is ruled by Charles I the Great Burgundy is ruled by Carloman I 771 - Carloman I dies and is succeeded by Charles I the Great. Charles is now sole ruler. 781 - Charles I the Great gives land to his sons. [COLOR="YellowGreen"]#Charles the Younger should gain nothing however.#[/COLOR] Italy is created and ruled by his son Pepin of Italy. Aquitaine is created and ruled by his son Louis the Pious. 810 - Pepin of Italy dies and is succeeded by his son Bernard of Italy. 814 - Charles I the Great dies and is succeeded by his son Louis the Pious. Francia and Aquitaine is united under Louis the Pious. 817 - Louis the Pious gives land to his sons. Italy is ruled by Lothair, Bernard is deposed. Bavaria is ruled by Louis the Great. Aquitaine is created again and now ruled by his son Pepin I. From then on the Kingdom is split in Francia, Italy and Germany. Italy is split in three in 755, Italy, Lotharingia and Burgundy. Later Germany, Italy, Burgundy and Lotharingia are united under Otto I in 951.
Solution is easy, HRE.
May I ask, what's MER?
Wasn't the Hab tag the preferred tag? Just make Byzantium HAB and they become Emperor by default?´
BTW, shouldn't Ravenna have cores on all of Italy?
And Thessaly/Boetia should be occupied by a Slavic State.
Great progress, guys!
I feel so sorry that I don't know how to help you right now...
Anyway, still watching
About Shungwaya what were they? Not Zoroastrian I would guess?
Btw, just making sure you saw my post about religion map of Ehtiopia and a political map of West Africa.?