Timeria (Spanish: Timeria), officially the Senatorial Republic of Timeria (República Senatorial de Timeria), is a micronation.
The micronation is known officialy as the "Timeria" since the foundation. The name was formed by using words of the Greek language: timé (honour) and -ria (place).
Timeria has existed as a micronation in its present form since the adoption of the Constitution of 2014.
The earliest known citizens of Timeria were school students who wanted experience how to work a society in true greco-roman style today.
In the beginning Timeria was a blog about classical greco-roman culture, later became a micronation.
The Kingdom of Timeria was founded at May 22 of 2002.
Hermenegildo I, also called Hermenegildo de Legouvé, was crowned King in the foundation. He emphasized the democracy and Senate, partly in an attempt to justify the power of the King independent of Spain.
A Senate in 2003 reclaimed democratic rights in reference to Constitution. Democratic rights had been referred to as regalia, but were enumerated for the first time in the Constitucion. In the first Constitution were enumerated the investiture, the senate seating and the micronational coining.
During the monarchy, Hermenegildo I facilitated money and a succesful settlement of lands.
The beginning of the Republic
In 2004, Timeria was transform to a republican form of state.
The Senatorial Republic of Timeria was proclaimed when Hermenegildo I renounced to crown following presidential elections in which socialist and anti-monarchist candidate, Wiew Wers, won the majority of votes, and timerian people celebrated the beginning of the Republic.
Fall of the Old Timeria
The increasingly apparent crumbling of the physical territories of Timeria it resulted in economic and political fall, coinciding with the economical crisis in Spain.
In september 2 of 2008, the Senate and the Government voted both itself and Timeria out of existence.
Many people will be attributed timerian people during the period 2008-2013. They opened many blogs to justified.
The years 2008-2013 are a failed stage where Timeria not exist.
The traditionalist refounding
The traditionalist refounding was a cultural and political movement that spanned the period roughly from march 2013 to the march 2014, created for restore Timeria.
As a cultural movement, the traditionalist reform restore the religion and way of life, revolving around the Greek Gods, and embracing ancient hellenic values and virtues, establishing weekly public rituals and engaging in other aspects of practical promotion of polytheism like theater and music.
As a political movement, the traditional refounding contributed the development of micronationalist science, with the creation of the Timerian Academy. The political parties was focused in the reconstructionist activity, with early attempts to reconstruct the Senate adding practices that have survived from the roman senate.
Fall of Traditionalist Timeria
The timerian citizens received the offer to join Byzantium Novum and they accepted. Subsequently the micronation was desintegrated.
Refounding in 2015
The integration in Byzantium Novum was bad. There was no activity, timerians new proposals were ignored. Therefore, timerian citizens decided to refound the micronation.
The end of monarchist movement
The movement to restore the monarchy was dissolved on January 24 of 2015, and its members joined to the National Party, but some members of the disappeared Monarchist Party created the “Republic Autarchy and Order of Zeus” party, in spanish “Ray of Zeus”.
Integration and Independence of Orfalia
From 7 October 2015, Timeria was integrated in Orfalia.
On december 7, Timeria left Orfalia for differences in the micronationalism conception between both. Timeria is a Hellenistic pagan micronation, while Orfalia defends Christian Orthodox religious values. Also, Timeria defends Spanish as official language of the micronation, but Orfalia defends English.
The origins of Timerian art were very much influenced by grecorroman artists.
The center of cultural development is the Timerian Academy.
In 2003, the Timerian art was portrait miniature, with special reference in the "Portrait of Wers" by Artemio de Serralia.
Timerian artists developed neoclassicist style in 2014, the most important work in paint of this stage is "Hipatia of Alexandria", by Artemio de Serralia.
The most important literary work is "The extraordinary moments", by Benka Miller, winner of the First Timerian Short Story Competition.
The Academy of Timeria has got a lot of documents about research and analysis of micronationalism and of timerian society.
The timerian calendar was built on the basis of the Gregorian calendar, adding Hellenistic traditions and some Roman festivities, and entered into force from January 2016.
EconomyThe official currency in Timeria is the Dinar of Timeria.
From January 2016, Timeria adopted its own economic system with the cryptocurrency Dinar. In the web site of the Bank of Timeria, citizens can access to a market where exchange products or services for dinars.
The Timerian Economic System is the structure it who operates the Dinar of Timeria, a cryptocurrency whose use is exclusively limited to the activities carried out within the micronation. The citizens of Timeria can obtain dinars participating in the activities. Dinars cannot be bought or sold by official currencies of countries - such as the dollar or the euro -, nor can they be offered products or services that must be regulated by the laws of countries, but only those internal Timeria.