List of Koman tribes

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The Koman people are an ethnic group who mainly inhabit the modern-day country of Komania and originated around the northeastern region of Vaniua, they came to inhabit much of central Vaniua in the 9th century with a major migration weave up to the 12th century. Today Komans are majorly found in the modern-day countries of Balakia, Gushlia, Nekhilia, Kaatkukia, Ohania and Komania, furthermore, there is an estimated population of around 2,000,000 Komans living abroad with either undeclared ethnic background or living as immigrants.

Some sources list a totality of ten overarching Koman tribes, of which six the Oshar, Ahar, Baywar, Nazari, Sharaz and Shaz, are referred as Şimê Qəẓahş ("original tribes").

Shahshaz Qamashan, Emperor of Komania from 1822-1861 and founder of the Tribal banner system. Belonged to the Nazari tribe by maternal side.

History

Tribal banners

Founded in 1830 by a decree from the Koman emperor Shahshaz Qamashan, the Tribal banner system is meant to organise all 40 tribes into a collection of "confederates", each organised according to their historical tribal unions and cultural affiliations. The banner system is arranged into four main confederations, the Mishar, Tamyiran, Bari and Torosh banners with the Tamyiran and Torosh banners being the most numerous.

All confederations are granted a level of autonomy including the privilege of supervising all provinces under their command, this level of autonomy also grants the freedom of regulating provincial income under the supervision of the Ministry of Economy while having their own representatives in the State Assembly.

Dialects

Koman tribes

The following is a partial list of the different Koman tribes in Komania and Balakia

English name Koman name Tribal structure Origin
Ahar . Ahar . Tamyiran banner Pre-Vaniuan origin.
Ardakhan . Artaqan . Mishar banner Rartakan origin, known for their predominant Mongoloid features.
Ayma . Ayma . Mishar banner Amaian origin
Babar . Babar . Torosh banner
Badiyan . Badiyan . Bari banner Ohanian origin
Bahra . Bahra . Bari banner Pre-Vaniuan origin.
Bashan . Başan . Torosh banner
Bashar . Başar . Torosh banner
Bashkhat . Başqat . Mishar banner
Baywar . Baywar . Tamyiran banner
Dahan . Dəhən . Mishar banner
Dahyan . Dahyan . Torosh banner
Gherakhan . Ğeraqan . Tamyiran banner
Kahshar . Káhşar . Torosh banner
Kashiri . Kaşir . Tamyiran banner Pre-Vaniuan origin.
Kahyan . Kəhyen . Tamyiran banner Thought to be descendants of former Ghashari peoples.
Marahi . Marah . Torosh banner Known for being "Komanized" Balaks during the Great Horde.
Nehir . Nehir . Mishar banner Presumed to be "Komanized" Nekhilians.
Nazari . Nazar . Tamyiran banner Pre-Vaniuan origin
Oshar . Óşar . Tamyiran banner Possible connection to ancestral Rietic peoples.
Qabshawi . Qabşaw . Torosh banner Former Kashitic peoples.
Qahati . Qahat . Mishar banner Amaian origin.
Qam . Qam . Tamyiran banner Descendants of the Qom confederation.
Qazwarami . Qazwáram . Torosh banner
Shakhbari . Şaqbar . Mishar banner Descendants of former Ghashari peoples.
Sakhya . Sahya . Torosh banner
Sharaz . Şaraz . Tamyiran banner Pre-Vaniuan origin.
Shaghayani . Şağayan . Torosh banner
Shaz . Şaz . Tamyiran banner Pre-Vaniuan origin
Tamaghi . Tamagh . Mishar banner One of the oldest tribe of the former Mishar Khanate.
Yeghani . Yeğani . Torosh banner Descendants of the Qomandi Khanate.

See also