|The High Chiefdom of Atameng
a eaA 7P aA atqE (Amakane)
Tõmaẽ bepū idã Athamẽng (Bigu)
|Motto: A miwo pingem|
|Anthem: A muros an Supi|
Location of Atameng in Asuranesia
|Recognised regional languages||Modern Standard Osveraali, Lyladnese|
|Ethnic groups (2010)||85% Atamengian
|-||Loose confederation of city-states||447 - 1183|
|-||Unification||25 March 1183|
|-||Dissolution||4 September 1501|
|-||Reunification||31 March 1512|
|-||Annexation by the Osveraali Empire||29 May 1648|
|-||Independence||14 August 1817|
|-||15,220 km2 (31st?)
5,876 sq mi
|-||2018 estimate||1.5 million (46th?)|
low · 2010
|Currency||Atamengian Teho (ATT)|
|Time zone||AST (SCT-8)|
|-||Summer (DST)||not observed (SCT)|
|Date format||dd-mm-yyyy CE|
|Drives on the||left|
Atameng (Amakane: atqE Atameng [atamɛŋ]), officially the High Chiefdom of Atameng, is an island country in located in the Jaxukuk Sea. The country is generally considered a part of Atsiq. The country countains 6 islands, and has an area of XXX square kilometers (XXX sq mi). The most populous island is Itepu. The capital Omaki is located on the same island, in Omaki Province. Atameng shares maritime boundaries with Tlha Ngai and Jilu Lyladna.
The country was originally settled approximately 2,500 years ago by early Asuranesians. The islands were first explored by the Osveraalian Empire in the 17th century, and were annexed by it in 1648. Atameng peacefully seceded in the early 19th century and gained its independence.
Politically, Atameng is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy with nine administrative regions. Atameng's economy is based mainly on toursim, fishing, the tech industry, and coconut farming. The islands' culture mixes Atsiqan and Asuranesian elements. 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.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
The name for the islands likely derives from either the Amakane word for "fertile land", adLE ateneng, or from a8qA atumen ("rabbit's droppings"), referring to the islands' shapes.
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.