Kyurili I (b. 350 AR; r. 380-412 AR) was one of the most beloved Emperors in the history of the Aulesiri Empire, famed for his brilliant artistry and incredible building projects, including the main design of the Lunar Shrine, the much more understated but arguably far more beautiful Imperial Shrine, large parts of the Imperial Palace, and the Bridges of Kyurili that connect either side of the Pale City. His rule was otherwise known mostly for being a time of relative peace and prosperity, one in which aristocrat and commoner alike flourished.

He was succeeded by his son and namesake, Kyurili II.