His Royal Majesty
Paul I
Pawlu I
King of Keltsvia

29th King of Keltsvia
Reign 5 September 1341 -
16 July 1365
(23 years and 314 days)
Predecessor Anthony IX
Successor Paul II
Consort queen Inga
Paul II
Dynasty Dinasty of Urseku
Father Anthony IX
Mother Christina
Born 7 April 1325
Vugalroge, Kingdom of Keltsvia
Died 16 July 1365 (aged 40)
Vugalroge, Kingdom of Keltsvia
Religion Roman Catholicism

Paul I (Labwese: Pawlu I, Latin: Paulus I) was the twenty ninth king of Keltsvia and a descendant of Urseku. His nickname was "The Weak".

Early life

Paul was the youngest son of Anthony IX of Keltsvia and his wife Christina, daughter of the King of Denmark Canute VI. He also studied in Ferdinand III's Library. And was also trained by Pawlu Robertsinu, a high rank general of the Kingdom of Keltsvia and his father. His father died on 1341 and he was the next King as Paul I, he was a weak man because he was sick.

Paul I rule

On 1346, Paul I married Inga, daughter of the King of Sweden and Norway Magnus IV and they both had the following issue: Mary (b. 1347) and Paul (b. 1350). The most distinguished action during Paul I's rule was that he closed the fortified city of Vugalroge during the Black Death plague, so Keltsvians were not affected by that but as a consequence of closing the city it was an important famine. On 1965, Paul I died and his successor was his son Paul.

Paul I's ancestry


Paul I of Keltsvia
Born: 7 April 1325 Died: 16 July 1365
Preceded by:
Anthony IX
King of Keltsvia
1341 – 1365
Succeeded by:
Paul II

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