Major Groups[edit | edit source]

The two major Alorian ethnicities are Latin-Alorians and Anglo-Alorians, two distinct groups with different languages and customs, but that are intertwined by a long standing national unity and other similar characteristics. These people comprise about 75% of Alorians, and have had the greatest effect on Aloria's society at large.

Anglo-Alorian[edit | edit source]

see main page:Anglo-Alorian

Latin-Alorian[edit | edit source]

see main page:Latin-Alorian

Relations of the Two Groups[edit | edit source]

Relations between the two groups were originally friendly, as trading and intermarriage between the Holy Alorian Empire of the Latin-Alorians and the inland Duchies of the Anglo-Alorians was a major part of life, but during the Alorian Unification Wars the two groups were mainly split and fought against one another. It wasn't until many years after Aloria was unified that the two groups began to trust each other and friendship resumed. In modern times the two groups have become very close, comprising what many scholars call a Pan-Alorian ethincity, generally consider each other equal, and know each other's language. Since the mid 2600s though, a small amount of Latin-Alorians mainly based in Sildar have formed nationalist groups, inciting riots against those who do not have Selucian ancestry. This has led some Anglo-Alorian owners of small shops in inner-cities to impose anti-Latin segregation, but it has been curbed by backlash recently.

Minority Groups[edit | edit source]

Alorian Indian[edit | edit source]

see main page:Alorian Indian

Black Alorian[edit | edit source]

see main page: Black Alorian

Asli[edit | edit source]

Majatran Alorian[edit | edit source]

Cildanian Alorian[edit | edit source]

Semitic Alorian[edit | edit source]

Makan[edit | edit source]

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