Adelheid of Istria
Adelheid of Istria (13th of the Grand Harvest, 1500 – Unknown) was the first Johannian Empress-consort of Oren as the wife of John I, Holy Orenian Emperor, from his accession to the throne in 1526, until their controversial divorce in 1535.
Adelheid was born to the brash Titus de Sola and his spouse, Gloria de Savoie, in 1500 within the confines of the city of Petrus, prior to her father's investiture as the Duke of Istria. She was therefore the granddaughter of the famous general, Vibius the Younger (alternatively known as Vibius Hanseticus).
|John II, Holy Orenian Emperor||1st of Malin's Welcome, 1521||25th of Malin's Welcome, 1595|| (1) Amelie of Courland
(2) Arielle of Leone
|Firstborn son of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Successor of his father, John I, and abdicated in 1568.|
|Prince Alexander, Duke of Marna||23rd of the Amber Cold, 1522||6th of the Deep Cold, 1572||Aurelia Ashford de Bar||Second-born son of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Served as Governor of Erochland (1539-1572).|
|Princess Philippa Maria, Duchess consort of Courland||3rd of the Grand Harvest, 1523||11th of Snow's Maiden, 1570|| (1) Vespasian, Count of Lewes
(2) Alexander, Duke of Courland
|Firstborn daughter of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Imperial Princess of the Holy Orenian Empire. 2nd marriage annulled in 1563.|
|Daniel III, High Pontiff||17th of Malin's Welcome, 1526||1601||Helaine Sarkozic||Third-born son to Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Duke of Furnestock and later, in 1542, Duke of Banard. High Pontiff of the Church of Canon (1552-1562).|
|Princess Charlotte Sophia of Alstion||6th of Sun's Smile, 1528||11th of the Deep Cold, 1542||Unwed||Second-born daughter of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Died of consumption.|
|Princess Eleanor Elizabeth of Alstion||14th of the Grand Harvest, 1530||5th of the Amber Cold, 1578||Sir Maric Horen-Vimmark||Third-born daughter of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria.|
|Princess Catherine Francesca of Alstion||15th of the Amber Cold, 1532||4th of Sun's Smile, 1574||Stephen Hector, Prince d'Beaufort||Fourth-born daughter of Emperor John I and Adelheid of Istria. Also known as Saint Catherine of Felsen. Died of consumption.|