There have been 35 monarchs of Aloia since the nation's unification following the Peace of Halle. A new Kingdom of Balta was established in 1417 from the former kingdoms of Anglia and Northumbria. The united monarchy was a result of a personal union when the Anglian Queen Victoria II married the Northumbrian King Erik IV. Their son Erik II was the first sole monarch of the kingdom.
Before the 1593 Uppsala Synod, the title of the monarch was King of Balta or Queen of Balta. After the Uppsala Synod, the Baltic League federalized and changed its name to Aloia, and thus the monarch became the King of Aloia.
Four royal houses have ruled over Aloia, and the current monarch is Queen Victoria III. Victoria is a member of House Tordenskjold, but she is also a descendant of all the royal houses of Aloia. It's been estimated that nearly every ethnic Aloian can trace their ancestry back to the original co-monarchs, Victoria I and Erik I.
|Victoria I 1417-1422||1366, Minneapolis||Erik I of Balta, 4 children||1422||Declared Queen of united Balta in the Peace of Halle|
|Erik I 1417-1420||1360, Northumbria City||Victoria I of Balta, 4 children||1420||Declared King of united Balta in the Peace of Halle|
|Erik II 1422-1462||1392, Uppsala||Mary of Uppsala, 6 children||1462||Son of Erik I and Victoria I|
|Erik III 1462-1466||1423, Uppsala||Never married, no children||1466||Son of Erik II|
|Ludovika I 1466-1479||1420, Uppsala||Ansgar Mendele, 3 children||1479||Sister of Erik III, Daughter of Erik II|
|Mary Joseph 1479-1501||1444, Uppsala||Christian Ludwig, 1 child||1501||Daughter of Ludovika|
|Erik IV 1501-1523||1474, Uppsala||Rose of Albana, 1 child||1523||Son of Mary Joseph|
Following the death of Erik IV, the crown was passed to Ludovika II, daughter of Erik IV, and her husband Christian Vasa.
|Christian I 1523-1560||~1480, Visby||Ludovika II of Balta, 3 children||1560||Husband of Erik IV's only child, Ludovika II|
|Ludovika II 1523-1550||1496, Uppsala||Christian I, 3 children||1550||Daughter of Erik IV|
|Erik V 1560-1568||1520, Uppsala||Rebecca of Uppsala, 2 children||1570||Son of Christian I and Ludovika II|
|Christian II 1568-1590||1540, Uppsala||Theresa of Aloia, 6 children||1590||Son of Erik V, succeeded his father after Erik abdicated after suffering a stroke|
|Erik VI 1590-1594||1563, Uppsala||Ulrika of Visby, 3 children. All his descendants were removed from succession following the Synod of Uppsala, which banned Catholics from the throne.||1608||Son of Christian II|
|Frederick I 1594-1611||1567, Uppsala||Amelia of Owatonna, no children||1611||Brother of Erik VI, son of Christian II, drove Catholic Erik VI out with support from Protestant nobles|
|Gustaf Adolf 1611-1632||1575, Uppsala||Maria of Augsburg, 5 children||1632||Brother of Frederick I, son of Christian II|
|1600, Uppsala||Eleanora of Kensington, 3 children||1654||Son of Gustaf Adolf, succeeded him upon Gustaf's death on the battlefield against Catholics.|
|Erik VII 1654-1660||1626, Uppsala||Never married, no children||1660||Son of Christian III|
|Christian IV 1660-1669||1631, Uppsala||Never married, no children||1669||Brother of Erik VII, Son of Christian III|
|Frederick II 1669-1670||1624, Uppsala||Maria of Luneburg, 6 children||1670||Cousin of Christian IV, nephew of Christian III through his sister Augusta|
|Christian V 1670-1682||1649, Uppsala||Catherine of Uppsala, 3 children||1682||Son of Frederick II|
|Hedwig Camilla 1682-1688||1646, Uppsala||Hans-Erik of Oberlin, 2 children||1749||Sister of Christian V, daughter of Frederick II, reigned as regent-queen until Erik VIII came of age|
|Erik VIII 1688-1697||1670, Uppsala||Rosemary of Grafton, no children||1697||Son of Christian V|
|Christian VI 1697-1718||1674, Uppsala||Mary of Belleville, 1 child||1718||Brother of Erik VIII, son of Christian V, succeeded Erik VIII after Erik VIII's assassination.|
|Erik IX 1718-1720||1697, Uppsala||Never married, no children.||1720||Son of Christian VI|
|Christian VII 1720-1724||1694, Uppsala||Julia Davis, no children||1769||Cousin of Erik IX, grandson of Christian V through his daughter Eleanor, succeeded Erik IX after Erik IX died of smallpox|
|Erik X 1724-1740||1696, Uppsala||Sylvia of Osnabruck, 1 child||1740||Brother of Christian VII, Son of Eleanor, succeeded Christian after Christian abdicated to marry a divorcee.|
|Christian VIII 1740-1751||1719, Uppsala||Never married, no issue||1751||Son of Erik X|
After Christian VIII died unexpectedly and childless, a succession struggle arose. Eventually, the descendants of Christian V through Eleanor's youngest daughter Victoria won out, and they established a new royal house, House Aurelius. Victoria had married Lord Aurelius, Duke of Svea, so the new house took his name and added his title to their own.
|Gustaf II 1751-1771||1721, Uppsala||Linda of Falkenberg, wife and only child died in childbirth||1771||Eldest son of Duchess Victoria of Svea, daughter of Eleanor, daughter of Christian V|
|Erik XI 1771-1792||1725, Minneapolis||Juliana of Dannemore, 4 children||1792||Brother of Gustaf II, son of Victoria of Svea|
|Christian IX 1792-1833||1748, Minneapolis||Elizabeth of Huskvarna, 5 children, including the father of Otto von Halle and the mother of Johannes von Pfeil.||1833||Son of Erik XI|
|Erik XII Hjalmar 1833-1837||1779, Minneapolis||Anne-Marie of St. Augustin, 3 children||1837||Son of Christian IX|
|1819, Minneapolis||Henry Tordenskjold, 9 children||1901||Daughter of Erik XII|
When Victoria Augusta's son Erik XIII ascended to the throne, the law required that the royal house be changed. He named the new dynasty House Tordenskjold for his father, Lord Henry Tordenskjold.
|Erik XIII 1901-1950||1859, Minneapolis||Brenda of Zumbrota, 6 children||1950||Son of Victoria Augusta|
|Christian X 1950-1973||1881, Zumbrota||Amelia Prestegaard, 4 children||1973||Son of Erik XIII|
|Christian XI 1973-2016||1946, Zumbrota||Eleanor of Aloia, 3 children||2016||Grandson of Christian X|
|Victoria III 2016-present||1977, Zumbrota||Daniel, Duke of Saxony, 2 children||Living||Daughter of Christian XI|