The Keltoic Empire, also widely known as Keltoia, or less often Nouio, was a powerful and influential empire in Keltoia. For most of its history it was an influential state, mostly gaining its power through trade with the Senone and Carthage, as well as the Germanic tribes. Until the 4th Centry, the Keltoi would largely be aligned with the Christian states, as result of their war in Iberia. However, with the introduction of Wodanismos in the 4th and fifth century, the Keltoi would fall more in line with the other European nations, eventually finding themselves fighting their former allies during the first crusade.
The main significance of the Keltoic empire would be their invention and adoption of Ambactoismos. Not only would it allow the Emperor to manege his nation more effectively, but the concept would persist for centuries, forming the basis for much of European politics. It also gave the nation 7 major subdivisions: Keltoia, the land ruled directly by the Emperor, as well as Celturca, Locudula, Kelsart, South Keltoia, Mediteranean, and Dulsor.