Six sons of Mediterranea

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Legend of Mediterranea refers to a founding myth of six Mediterranean peoples: the Brunanters, the Parkers, the Traspeans, the Granovians, the Julianans and the Cettatieans.

Mediterranea was a Greek lady of noble-birth who is said to have been married many times. Her legend was first published in handwritten form in the 1420s in Brunant, following Independence from the Aragonese.

First Marriage and offsprings[edit]

Mediterranea married a Roman noble, Marcus Albinus Aquila and had two children:

Second Marriage and offsprings[edit]

Mediterranea married a Dutch noble, Adalberht van Nederlaands and gave birth to one son:

Third Marriage and offsprings[edit]

Mediterranea married a Hungarian noble, Ákos-fia Magyar and gave birth to one son:

Fourth Marriage and offsprings[edit]

Mediterranea married a Spanish noble, Alfredo el Hispanio and gave birth to one son:

Fifth Marriage and offsprings[edit]

Mediterranea married a French noble, Louis de Aquitaine and gave birth to one son: