Atameng

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The High Chiefdom of Atameng
A Ean Supi an Atameng
The flag of Atameng The coat of arms of Atameng
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: A miwo pingem
Anthem: A muros an Supi
Location of Atameng in Asuranesia
Location of Atameng in Asuranesia
Capital
and
Omaki
Official languages Amakane
Recognised regional languages Modern Standard Osveraali, Lyladnese
Ethnic groups (2010) 85% Atamengian
15% Other
Demonym Atamengian
Government Unitary parliamentary
constitutional monarchy
 -  High Chief Sotihao
Legislature Tirutung
Establishment
 -  Loose confederation of city-states 900 
 -  Unification of city-states and formation of representative chiefdom 1809 
Area
 -  15,220 km2
5,876 sq mi
Population
 -  2018 estimate 1.5 million
 -  Density 98.5/km2
255.2/sq mi
Gini0.3
low · 2010
HDI (2010)0.848
very high
Currency Atamengian Teho (ATT)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy CE
Drives on the left
Calling code +193
Internet TLD .at


Atameng (Amakane: atqE Atameng [atamɛŋ]), officially the High Chiefdom of Atameng, is is an island nation in Atsiq in the Jaxukuk Sea comprising three islands - Itepu, Etukong, and Kupara. The capital is Omaki. Atameng's closest neighbors are Dachashk and Shalorja to the north, Astalva to the east, and Jilu Lyladna to the west. Atameng was originally settled by the early Asuranesians several thousand years ago, and quickly grew into a prospering island archipelago.

Atameng is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy with nine administrative regions. The country is a member of the International Congress, as well as the Alliance of Island Nations. The country's official language is Amakane, with Modern Standard Osveraali, Lyladnese, and Bigu being recognized as regional languages.

Etymology

The name for the islands likely derives from either the Amakane word for "fertile land", ateneng, or from atumen ("rabbit's droppings"), referring to the islands' shapes.

History

The area now called Atameng has been inhabited by Asuranesians since sometime between 500 BCE and 1500 CE. The area was not very isolated; invaders from the Osveraalian Empire later introduced Osveraalian cultural aspects. Intermarriage tended to blur cultural differences and resulted in a significant degree of cultural homogenization.

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