Kingdom of Iceland
Íslenska Konungsríkið
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OTL equivalent: Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Shetland, Orkney, Hebrides, Arran, Jan Mayen
Kingdom of Iceland flag (MdM) Icelandic Commonwealth COA (MdM)
Royal Banner of Iceland Icelandic Commonwealth Coat of Arms

The Greater the Cause, the Greater the loss (Icelandic)
("Ríðum vinum og mömmum þeirra")

Anthem "Lofsöngur"
(and largest city)
Other cities Eastern Settlement, Stjórnavágr, Kirkjuvágr, Dunvegan, Leirvik, Tórshavn, Klaksvík, Højvig
Icelandic, Latin
  others Scottish Gaelic, Lowland Scots, Cumbric, Irish Gaelic, Mann Gaelic, Norn
Religion Roman Catholicism, Celtic Church, Lollardism
Government Kingdom
  legislature Alþingi
King King Domnhall II
  Royal house: House of Sturlungur
Area TBA km²
Population 115.000 
Established 874 AD
Independence from Örebro Union
  declared 1408
Currency Icelandic króna

The Kingdom of Iceland is a state (Icelandic: Íslenska Konungsríkið), also recognized as Iceland is a sovereign state and Hereditary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy located in Northwestern Europe, centered on the islands of Iceland, the Hebrides, the Faroes, Shetland, Orkney and the mass of Greenland.


Declaring our independence from Sweden-Norway in 1327, Ólafur Sturlungur the man to credit for it, probably the nation's independence Hero. Their independence was very smooth from Sweden-Norway, Sweden-Norway didn't responded to our declaration of independence.

Lost our independence once again in the Second Treaty of Akranes in 1401, only to regain it in 1408.

The Great Church

Constructed in 1327 by Archbishop Ari Guðmundsson, it houses a portrait of St. Thorlak, Ari Guðmundsson and Jarl Brunhild II of Greenland. It houses the grave and relics of St. Thorlak and a relic from St. Helen given to them by Cardinal Secretary Alessandro Guidi right before the 1327 conclave.

Economic Policies

Here are some of the economic policies of Iceland.

The Housing Policy

The Government is known for buying out families and moving them to low populated areas of the country.

The Arnar initiative

A policy introduced in 1330 by President Arnar Sigurðson to buy out fishermen and paying them monthly salaries and upkeep on boats in exchange for all the fish which the government redistributes throughout the country.


Iceland has some famous Bohemian works, Icelandic books include; Mynd af Dóra Gráa (Picture of Dorian Grey) and the Heimskringla. In 1411 Crown Prince Andrés composed the Main Psalm of the Celtic Lollard Church;

Pray a little prayer with me

It will make you feel secure and free

Pray for a better tomorrow 

Pray for a sunnier day

Pray to leave the pain and the sorrow

Pray to find a better way

Pray to gain salvation 

Pray for those in starvation 

Pray for the soul of your friends

But never pray for someone to get a gruesome end

God doesn’t notice the evil

The cruel or deceitful

He sees the people that pray

And let’s them into heaven to play.


  • 1400: 80.800
  • 1500: 115.000

Foreign Relations

The Petty Kingdom of Iceland is a founding member of the Celtic Confederacy (dating back to 1371). In addition, it maintains good relations with the vast majority of Continental Europe for trade - it can ill-afford to sour relations with allies against its main rival, the Örebro Union. Relations with the Kingdom of England, however, have traditionally been strained.

Rulers of Iceland

Realm of Iceland
# Name
(Born – Died)
Reign Succession right Remarks
Years House
1 Ólafur I
"the liberator"
(1249 - 1295)
4 years
Sturlungur N/A Our Independence Hero
2 Arnar
(1274 - 1298)
4 years
Sigurðsson N/A Has improved the population and economy
3 Ari
(1262 - 1313)
>1 year
Arason N/A Built and Improved Churches
4 King Ólaf

(1283- 1361)
7 years
Sturlungur Grandson of President Ólaf First King
5 King Ólaf II
“The Great”
(1262 - 1313)
16 years
Sturlungur First Son of Ólaf I Handled the famine and the plague, conquered Greenland and did reforms
6 King Ólaf III
(1287 - 1315)
5 years
Sturlungur First Son of Ólaf II Did major social reforms
7 King Domnhall I

(1280 - 1333)
22 years
Sturlungur First Son of Ólaf III Had a regency
8 Queen Guðríður I

(1329 - 1378)
10 years
Sturlungur First Daughter of Domnhall I Reestablished a Relationship with the Church
9 King Arnar I

(1283- 1361)
4 years
Sturlungur First Son of Guðríður I Improved his mothers policies
10 King Domnhall II “The True Lion of The North”

(1329 - 1378)
31 years
Sturlungur Brother of King Arnar Hepled regain the independence of Wales against the Kingdom of England
11 King Andrès Heinrich 1428-1433
5 years
Sturlungur First son of Domnhall II Known as “The Swiss King”
12 King Ólaf IV 1433-1440
7 years
Sturlungur Son of Andrès Heinrich I Died in a crucial part of a War
13 King Andrès Heinrich II 1440-1448
8 years
Sturlungur Son of Ólaf IV Had 2 regency councils
14 Domnhall III 1448-1461
23 years
Sturlungur Brother of AH ll Took over after a coup
15 Domnhall IV 1461-1462
1 years
Sturlungur Son of Domnhall III Died mysteriously
16 Ólaf V 1462-1468
6 years
Sturlungur Son of AH II Drowned
17 Ólaf VI 1468-1470
2 years
Sturlungur Son of Ólaf V Died young
18 Domnhall V 1470-1518
48 years
Sturlungur Brother of Ólaf VI
19 Henry 1518-1534 Sturlungur Grandson of Domnhall V
20 Henry II 1534 Sturlungur Son of Henry

The Cold War

The Cold War was between Greenland later Vinland and Icelanud and it was from 1327 to 1360 and lasted 33 years and then Vinland fell.

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