The origins of Timeria go back to the summer of 2001, and it was not until 22 May 2002 that the Kingdom of Timeria was officially proclaimed. Timeria was a blog about research related to the Greco-Latin culture, in which students interested in the subject presented analysis and opinion on how to adapt values to today. In direct relation to the activity as a nation or micronation, there may have been, but it was not effective. There are no data or indications that Timeria was active before 22 May 2002.

The founders of the Kingdom of Timeria were Hermenegildo de Legouvé, Pers Herms, Ilthío Greek Vahal, Wiew Wers, Adiz Qusger, Hermes Loukios, Xenócrates Alcaeus, Jodor Katroz, Jürgen Praxaze, Iteus Leonidas, Mikos Arrabaios, Philos Artemon, Taror Jazurr, Zonsoc Jauhs and Briseis Melita Scylla. Among them were the Senate of Timeria Hermenegildo de Legouvé, Pers Herms, Ilthío Greek Vahal, Wiew Wers, Hermes Loukios and Xenócrates Alcaeus.


Timeria took ideas from any micronations, the most important being the Republic of Minerva. The Republic of Minerva was an attempt to colonize international waters through artificial atolls with sandbags and iron materials. Originally, Timeria tried to be a physical, cultural and terrestrial nation, based on the experience of Minerva in Oceania.

Other decisive influences were Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. The founders of Timeria would be, as agreed, people interested in Ancient Greece, aspiring to regenerate the democratic models of Antiquity and to create a country model that would be as faithful as possible to the Hellenistic Greece, adapting the corresponding changes to the present.