Kingdom of Dungailliamh

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Kingdom of Dungailliamh
Flag of Dungailliamh
Coat of Arms of Dungailliamh
Coat of Arms
Anthem: Amhrán na bhFiann
Largest cityCrainmore
Official languagesEnglish
Ethnic groups
Irish people (majority)
Roman Catholicism (Official)
GovernmentFederal semi-constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Catherine I
• Regent
Thomas, Prince of Crainmore
Matthew Tonna, Count Tonna (FD)
House of Magnates
Independence from Ireland
• Monarchy established
19 August 2022
20 August 2022
• Dissolution of the Empire of Barnland into Dungailliamh[1]
18 October 2022
• Creation of a provisional House of Assembly
10 November 2022
• Absolute monarchy proclaimed
20 February 2023
• Estimate
CurrencyEuro (de facto)
Time zoneGMT
• Summer (DST)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideleft
Internet TLD.rr (proposed)

Dungailliamh, officially the Kingdom of Dungailliamh, is a federal monarchy in Galway, Ireland, surrounded by Roscamistan on all sides, founded by Thomas Jacobs and a few others on 19 August 2022, after an idea for a new monarchical state, separate from others Jacobs had made, was thought up. The legislative and executive branches of the kingdom are the Parliament and the Privy Council respectively, with a High Court of Justice as the judiciary.


The name “Dungailliamh” comes from the Irish words, Dun and Gaillimh, meaning fort and Galway respectively. The name Dun Gaillimh was the original name of what is now Galway, Ireland, due to Galway being a walled city.


Dungailliamh was founded on 19 August 2022, after Thomas Jacobs, founder of Roscamistan, wished to form a new monarchical state within Galway. After setting up a committee to decide the details of the nation, the name Kingdom of Dungailliamh was picked for the new monarchy. Jacobs would later proclaim himself King, and made Matthew Tonna his provisional Chief Minister. Tonna would later found Falange Dungailliamh, becoming the first party of the monarchy.

Politics and government

The monarchy is organised in a federal absolute form, with the Monarch serving as supreme head of state, but bound to be politically independent.

The Chancellor functions as a weak head of government, and relies upon support of the Monarch to stay in office. The Monarch is advised by the Privy Council, made up of the Chancellor, rulers of realms and anyone the Monarch appoints. The High Court of Justice functions as the judicial branch, with its members, titled Justices, being appointed by the Monarch with the Chancellor’s advice. The President of the High Court of Justice also serves as head of judicial branch.

Law and order

The High Court of Justice is the last court of appeal and the Supreme Court of the Kingdom. The High Court can also strike down unconstitutional legislation passed by the House of Assembly.

Foreign relations

The kingdom aspires to join the Galway Defence Pact, which its neighbour, Roscamistan, is a founding member of.


No standing military force exists in Dungailliamh, though the Queen can raise militias in times of war.


Only one party currently exists within the nation, the Falange Dungailliamh, led by Matthew Tonna.

Party Ideology Spectrum Leader Foundation Seats in the House of Mangantes Logo
Dungaillimhan Phalanx of Catholic Councils

Falange Dungailliamha

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Syncretic Matthew Tonna 20 August 2022
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Administrative divisions

There exist two subdivisions in Dungailliamh, the realm, which is defined as a piece of land fully integrated into the federal Kingdom and ruled by a landed noble. Territories are non-integrated, organised pieces of land which sit outside of the federal Kingdom, but are ruled by a landed noble appointed directly by the Monarch and is responsible to the Monarch alone. The Parliament’s legislation does not apply to the territories unless specifically said.

Flag Name Admitted Noble ruler
Jacobsfort 20 August 2022 Prince Shaun, Count of Jacobsfort
Crainmore 3 October 2022 Prince Thomas
Barnland Territory 18 October 2022 Duke Ludwig

Geography and climate

The geography of Dungailliamh is similar to Roscamistan in many aspects, particularly in the Roscami metropolitan provinces.


The euro is the de facto currency in Dungailliamh.

Culture and media

The kingdom’s culture is an Irish-centred one. The Kingdom of Dungailliamh also follows ancient Irish-English law on nobility and has a semi-feudal system.

See also

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