The Clamor






Establishment of the system of princes and the Marquetien Mandate

The Clamor (Montesi: Ил Жёфол) was the period of time between 1198 and 1212 in which the social order of the Marquetien Union was abolished and replaced with the system of princes. It began with the assassination of several dukes at a feast in Tirroglo, after which dozens of wealthy landowners organized private armies and spent the next 14 years waging war for supremacy. The era ended in 1214 when the nine dukes who controlled the most strategic portions of the country agreed to share rule of the country and elect a king from amongst themselves. 

In 1214 with the ratification of the Marquetien Mandate, the country was divided into nine princedoms, each ruled by one of the victorious families. The Princedom of Besançon would be ruled by the House of Vedoys, the Princedom of Belmont would be ruled by the House of Salvitore, the Princedom of Fiara would be ruled by the House of Fuastino, the Princedom of Foix would be ruled by the House of Narrantelli, the Princedom of Aguzzo would be ruled by the House of Baldassio, the Princedom of Tavalhã would be ruled by the House of Viio, the Princedom of Cordevar would be ruled by the House of Morosini, the Princedom of Milena would be ruled by the House of Almeras, the Princedom of Fuerteventura would be ruled by the House of Chimenti.


On September 14th, 1198, the dukes of Vioro, Paltasia, Vesontio, and Torrhã were assassinated while attending a feast at the end of a jousting tournament in Tirroglo. The families were outraged, and demanded the assassins be captured and delievered justice. The count of Tirroglo, however, refused to report the findings of his investigations, taking offense at the notion that he had ordered the assassinations. 

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