Territory of Austenasia
|4 May 2013
|Lord Andrew, Baron of Corinium Terentium
|0.229606 km2 (0.088651 sq mi)
Corinium Terentium is a territory of the Empire of Austenasia, located south of the British historic market town of Tetbury, comprised of two large areas of uninhabited land. Although it has no inhabitants, Austenasian law is enforced by its Governor, Lord Andrew, and the territory is defended by the Austenasian Army unit Centuria I Gloucestria. Corinium Terentium was the largest land claim of the Empire prior to the annexation of Laranda.
The name of Corinium Terentium is derived from "Corinium Dobunnorum", the Roman name for the nearby British town of Cirencester, with "Terentium" added to name the land after HIH Emperor Father Terry.
Corinium Terentium was annexed on 4 May 2013 with the passing of the Empire of Austenasia Act 2013. On 30 January 2016, Austenasia annexed the uninhabited land of the nearby Principality of Sabovia upon the dissolution of said country, with with the land becoming a second area of Corinium Terentium and increasing the size of the Territory by roughly 377%.
List of Governors of Corinium Terentium
- 4 May 2013 - 11 December 2013: Lord Centurion William Wade, Count of Greater Corinium
- 11 December 2013 – present: Lord Andrew, Baron of Corinium Terentium