Lancian Cultural Region

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The Lancian Cultural Region is an Imperial Cultural Region created around the Lancian culture.

Astronavigational Codes[edit]

Polity Astronavigational Codes
Polity Survey Code Type Remarks
Lancian Confederation Pre-Imperial LanCon No standard code None
Imperial Receivership 1st Survey (300) CsIm 2-ltr code None
Lancian Cultural Region 2nd Survey (1065) ImLR 4-ltr code None

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Region is home to the the Lancian minor human race, as well as sentients of many races who follow the Lancian philosophy and way of life.

“In the generally aggressive, competitive, and profiteering space of the Imperium Lancia offers a more creative, considered, and pastoral way."

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Empress Arbellatra created the Lancian Cultural Region in 639 in recognition of the Lancians support of her during the Civil War.

Previously the Lancian Cultural Region had been extensively ravaged by the Vilani during the Consolidation Wars, and the Lancians have resented Vilani influences ever since. The region was resettled from the Vland Sector under a special program sponsored by Makhidkarun. After 639 many Lancians returned to claim their heritage creating ongoing tension with the Vilani settlers.

Political Lineage: 1105[edit]

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This Imperial Cultural Region is primarily found in the following areas:
Charted Space:

World Listing: 1105[edit]

The following systems and worlds are associated with this Imperial Cultural Region:

28 of 28 World articles in Lancian Cultural Region
Akimu  •  Amnuus  •  Chiauk  •  Gushnemasha  •  Gvadh (Da 0906)  •  Iiu  •  Iliika  •  Irshe  •  Kaldi  •  Kaza  •  Kedaa  •  Khan (Da 0802)  •  Khumara  •  Lenkaa  •  Manoh  •  Mimu  •  Muikha  •  Rathas  •  Refuge (Da 0509)  •  Seminary  •  Siakmasfa  •  Ssi  •  Tae  •  Tree'chuakh  •  Tscho  •  Uushagkir  •  Zuiar  •  Zukchurukh  •  
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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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