Centauri Republic

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Civilizations In Babylon 5 - Centauri Republic
... The Centauri Republic was once a mighty empire which has grown decadent and is in a slow decline ... The Centauri, a humanoid race similar in appearance to humans, are a proud and aristocratic people governed by an emperor and a nobility-driven senate called the ... Centauri males wear their hair in fanlike crests, the height and style of which displays the male's rank in society females are traditionally bald ...
Narn-Centauri War
... In 2259, unknown even to the Centauri Emperor, certain factions within the Centauri Republic had arranged for a small fleet of Shadows to destroy a Narn military base in Quadrant 37 ... fleet - again acting on a request from Londo Mollari, the Centauri ambassador to Babylon 5 - attacked the Narn's largest colony at Quadrant 14, destroying its defences ... This time a fleet of Centauri warships arrived after the Shadows to occupy and secure the planet ...
Centauri (Babylon 5) - Government
... The Centauri Republic is a major power in the Babylon 5 universe and noted for being the first alien government with which Earth had open contact ... The Republic is based on Centauri Prime but spans a number of other colonies and worlds ... Despite its "Republic" moniker, the Centauri Republic is a nominal constitutional monarchy ruled by an Emperor, or, in the event of an interregnum, a Regent ...
List Of Babylon 5 Characters - Minor Characters - Turhan
... The Coming of Shadows" Portrayed by Turhan Bey Information Species Centauri Home planet Centauri Prime Affiliated with Centauri Republic Turhan is the Emperor of the Centauri Republic until his ... Turhan succeeded his father as Emperor of the Centauri Republic ... who portrayed him—Malachi Throne) to remain behind on Centauri Prime during this time ...

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