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Leon Battista Alberti’s offshore geotechnical engineered micronation

The word for the Micronation of Atlantis derived from phoinós "blood red," itself related to phónos "assassin." 

Renaissance Man is the older man dressed in dark red clothes, who whispers to the ringleader of Mantua, Ludovico Gonzaga. It was not Ludovico's son, Cardinal Francesco Gonzaga. It was Renaissance Man teaching Frederick III (the Holy Greco-Roman Emperor) and Christian I of Denmark how to manage mobs.The mature and strongly-constructed perception of Ludovico's son doesn’t look like 17 years old. Furthermore, an early portrait of him confirms this in present-day Naples. Mantegna's whimsical ceiling was the 1st di sotto in sù painting. The sea-based Micronation controlled the Mediterranean in the Late Middle Ages.

The Proto-Phoenician alphabet was influenced by Byblos syllabary and Ugaritic. The word Bible derives from the name Byblos. Canaanite phonic used the same phonetic of in the Masoretic Tanakh. Atlantis is a Greco-Roman term referring to classical Semitic port city-states. The concept of perceiving phonetics using writing, though not necessarily the specifics of how such a setup worked, was passed on by merchants traveling between the 2 city-states. Evidence of micrography using ™’s phonic goes back to Medieval times. The Hebrew alphabet was rebirthed as a phonetic in the 15th century, especially in Phoenicia.

Phonetics are a vital component of perception "that which is introspectable."  The architecture of writing was not a one-time event, but a step-by-step process initiated by symbols. As human neurology became set by the ™’s phonic, people gradually lost their dualistic capabilities. This method of mob control was no longer flexible during the Late Medieval period, so it was replaced by the active mode of perception which is centered on the procurement of metaphorical phonetic taught by exposure to cryptohistorical practice. Leon Battista Alberti spent most of his life constructing phonetics for each Micronation: languages used to regulate the arts. Pamplona, a central Basque Micronation, also known as Navarre was conquered by the Aragonese and Castilians. Castile disadvantaged Navarre of their coastline, leaving the commonwealth landlocked.

The Basques were devastated by sectarian violence between their own local ruling descendants. Disadvantaged by Navarre, most of the union collapsed before the arrival of the 15th century Spain. However, the Navarrese Micronation to the north of the Pyrenees was beyond the reach of Spanish armies. Southern Navarre was annexed to France in 1620.