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This page has been put together to demonstrate the new infocard and infobox templates. The codes that generate what is seen in the templates is marked accordingly.

The infocard is designed to provide a concise introduction to a territory with a map that can be easily browsed. The other boxes provide flexible and detailed themes and are reusable on the various subpages (e.g. "Government of…" or "Infrastructure of…").

Flag of Making good wiki articles/Territory templates Royal Dominion Mauretia
Coat of arms

Melknas Mauretia (Maurit)
Capital: Iola (de facto)
Population: 13,915,327 (2021)
Motto: « Qi bardrea Eloe sum Mauroim »
Anthem: « Imnos al-Eloe »

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Mauretia, officially the Royal Dominion of Mauretia (Maurit: Melknas Mauretia), is a country located in southwestern Uletha along the Sea of Uthyra. It borders Sathria to the north and UL205b to the east. The largest city is Iola, which also serves as one of the nation's most prominent port cities. Its largest port is in the second largest city, Tangia. Mauretia's government is a constitutional parliamentary monarchy with powers split between the head of state and the parliament. The seat of the legislative branch and most government facilities are concentrated in Iola; but the monarch resides at the Regia Daneloza in nearby Qolna Mauretana. Mauretia is also a very religious country, and its state religion is an indigenous branch of the Christic movement. Freedom to worship and proselytize other faiths is guaranteed by the constitution, and there remains a small pagan minority that has seen a revival of practices since the 1700s.

Mauretia was first settled by Ponqtai, Fonti, and Azigri peoples in antiquity. They established trading colonies around the region. Its strategic minerals and fertile coastal lands made it an ideal place for Hellanisian and later Romantish expansion. Mauretia was on the far fringes of the Romatish empire, when it was conquered in the second century BC during a brief war. The native Azigri and Fonti populations became heavily Romantisized by the time their trading network collapsed in the late 5th century. The sub-Romantish kingdoms in Mauretia survived the turbulent next two centuries until unification took place in the 7th century by King Akasil and his daughter, Queen Daya. Daya's work expanded and promoted the fledgling trade links, and Mauretia quickly emerged as a major regional sea-faring power. Despite some civil strife in the 12th–15th centuries, Mauretia has remained a monarchy and remained oriented to trade. Over the last two centuries, the nation has fostered a highly developed banking system along with a blooming fishing industry, stable mining industry, and growing production in chemical and pharmaceutical sectors.


{{Infocard
| name = Royal Dominion Mauretia
| flag = MauretiaFlag-new.svg
| symbol = MauretiaCoA.svg
| symbol_caption = Coat of arms
| native_name = Melknas Mauretia
| native_language = Maurit
| capital = Iola (''de facto'')
| population = 13,915,327
| population_year = 2021
| motto = « Qi bardrea Eloe sum Mauroim »
| anthem = « Imnos al-Eloe »
| latitude = 26.981
| longitude = 44.648
| zoom = 6
| relation = 135687
| intro = '''Mauretia''', officially…
}}

History

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History of Mauretia
Pre-unification(before 667)
• Romantish puppet dynasty of Mauretianac. 150 BCE
• Romantish Mauretiana40–459
• Unification Wars615–667
Unified kingdom667–1533
• Daya crowned "Queen of the Mauretianas"667
• Treaty of Sala721
• Succession War1241–1245
Modern kingdom1533
• Reign of Avigela IV1505–1551
• Current constitution1533
• Treaty of Iqosa1831
{{Infobox history
| name = Mauretia
| era_A = Pre-unification
| era_A_dates = (before 667)
| event_A1 = Romantish puppet dynasty of Mauretiana
| dates_A1 = c. 150 BCE
| event_A2 = Romantish Mauretiana
| dates_A2 = 40–459
| event_A3 = Unification Wars
| dates_A3 = 615–667
| era_B = Unified kingdom
| era_B_dates = 667–1533
| event_B1 = Daya crowned "Queen of the Mauretianas"
| dates_B1 = 667
| event_B2 = Treaty of Sala
| dates_B2 = 721
| event_B3 = Succession War
| dates_B3 = 1241–1245
| era_C = Modern kingdom
| era_C_dates = 1533
| event_C1 = Reign of Avigela IV
| dates_C1 = 1505–1551
| event_C2 = Current constitution
| dates_C2 = 1533
| event_C3 = Treaty of Iqosa
| dates_C3 = 1831
}}

Parameters not used in this example are event_A4, dates_A4, event_B4, dates_B4, event_C4, dates_C4.

Government

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Government of Mauretia
Constitutional parliamentary monarchy
CapitalIola (de facto)
Head of state
• Melka (Queen)Gabriela III
• Duttore al-QonciloBenyamin Danosioi
LegislatureParliamentad Mauretia
• Upper houseQoncilo ad-Publea
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• Lower houseQollegia am-Adunem
JudiciaryYudicio Superioru
Patriarch of MauretiaBaba Bittorio I
Major political parties
  PDK
  PQ
  ALL
  PMM
  AT
  Bm
  PF
AN, IWO, PAR, SJC, SUCC (observer), UU (observer)
{{Infobox government
| name = Mauretia
| government_type = Constitutional parliamentary monarchy
| capital = Iola (''de facto'')
| title1 = Melka (Queen)
| hos1 = Gabriela III
| title2 = Duttore al-Qoncilo
| hos2 = Benyamin Danosioi
| legislature = Parliamentad Mauretia
| upper_house = Qoncilo ad-Publea
| upper_house_diagram = MauretiaQoncilo.svg
| lower_house = Qollegia am-Adunem
| lower_house_diagram = 
| judiciary = Yudicio Superioru
| custom_label1 = Patriarch of Mauretia
| custom1 = Baba Bittorio I
| political_parties = {{legend|#FF9A27|PDK}}{{legend|#3F5FDF|PQ}}{{legend|#11436B|ALL}}{{legend|#840C55|PMM}}{{legend|#9B37C2|AT}}{{legend|#5FC03C|Bm}}{{legend|#DF3D3D|PF}}
| international_orgs = AN, IWO, PAR, SJC, SUCC (observer), UU (observer)
}}

Parameters not used in this example are title3, hos3, lower_house_diagram, custom_label2, custom2.

Administrative divisions

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Administrative divisions of Mauretia
First-level6 probinciam
1 royal domain
1 external territory
Second-levelqolnam and diosim
Third-levelcíbitam, urbim
{{Infobox admin div
| name = Mauretia
| first-level = 6 ''probinciam''<br />1 royal domain<br />1 external territory
| second-level = ''qolnam'' and ''diosim''
| third-level = ''cíbitam'', ''urbim''
}}

Parameter not used in this example is fourth-level.

Geography

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Geography of Mauretia
ContinentUletha (Western)
RegionGhetoria
Population13,915,327 (2021)
Area
• Total201938.50 km2
77968.89 sq mi
• Water (%)2%
Population density68.91 km2
178.47 sq mi
Major riversAsmina, Lawa, Malba
Time zoneWUT+2:30 (MST)
{{Infobox geography
| name = Mauretia
| continent = Uletha (Western)
| region = Ghetoria
| population = 13,915,327
| population_year = 2021
| area_km2 = 201938.50
| area_sq_mi = 77968.89
| percent_water = 2%
| density_km2 = 68.91
| density_sq_mi = 178.47
| custom_label1 = Major rivers
| custom1 = Asmina, Lawa, Malba
| time_zone = WUT+2:30 (MST)
}}

Parameters not used in this example are custom_label2, custom2.

Economy

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Economy of Mauretia
Mixed economy
CurrencyMaureti Numa (Ɲ)
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Monetary authoritySa Argenteriad Maura
GDP (PPP)2020 estimate
• Total$6.093 billion
• Per capita$43,789
HDI (2020)Increase 0.891
very high
Principal exportsChemicals, fish, glass, pharmaceuticals, phosphates
Principal importsComputer chips, cotton, paper products, vehicles
Industries and sectors
Heavy industry
  
49%
Services
  
31%
Financials
  
15%
Other
  
5%
{{Infobox economy
| name = Mauretia
| economy_type = Mixed economy
| currency = Maureti Numa (Ɲ)
| sample = MauretiaCurrency10.png
| monetary_authority = Sa Argenteriad Maura
| gdp_ppp_year = 2020 estimate
| gdp_ppp_total = $6.093 billion
| gdp_ppp_per_capita = $43,789
| hdi = 0.891
| hdi_change = {{increase}}
| hdi_year = 2020
| main_exports = Chemicals, fish, glass, pharmaceuticals, phosphates
| main_imports = Computer chips, cotton, paper products, vehicles
| sector_bars = {{bar percent|Heavy industry|blue|49}}{{bar percent|Services|red|31}}{{bar percent|Financials|yellow|15}}{{bar percent|Other|#000000|5}}
}}

Parameters not used in this example are gdp_nominal_year, gdp_nominal_total, gdp_nominal_per_capita, custom_label1, custom1.

Infrastructure

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Infrastructure of Mauretia
Driving sideRight
Railways
• Passing sideRight
Gauge1435mm
• ElectrificationVaries
Mains electricity230 V, 50 Hz
Telephone code+248
Internet TLD.mm
{{Infobox infrastructure
| name = Mauretia
| driving_side = Right
| rail_side = Right
| gauge = 1435
| electrification = Varies
| mains_electricity = 230 V, 50 Hz
| telephone_code = 248
| internet_code = .mm
}}

Demographics

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Demographics of Mauretia
DemonymMaureti
Official languagesMaurit
Recognized minority languagesAzigit
Ethnicities
Mauroi
  
97.1%
Eganians
  
1.1%
Pohenician
  
0.9%
Other
  
0.9%
Religion
Mauro Christicism
  
89.1%
Other Christics
  
1.9%
Pagan
  
3.8%
Irreligious
  
3.3%
Other
  
0.9%
LiteracySteady 99.1%
Life expectancyIncrease 77 (male)
Steady 83 (female)
{{Infobox demography
| name = Mauretia
| demonym = Maureti
| official_languages = Maurit
| minority_languages = Azigit
| ethnicity_bars = {{bar percent|Mauroi|blue|97.1}}{{bar percent|Eganians|cornflowerblue|1.1}}{{bar percent|Pohenician|gold|0.9}}{{bar percent|Other|black|0.9}}
| religion_bars = {{bar percent|Mauro Christicism|blue|89.1}}{{bar percent|Other Christics|red|1.9}}{{bar percent|Pagan|orange|3.8}}{{bar percent|Irreligious|gray|3.3}}{{bar percent|Other|black|0.9}}
| literacy = {{steady}} 99.1%
| life_expectancy = {{increase}} 77 (male)<br /> {{steady}} 83 (female)
}}

Parameters not used in this example are ethnicity_plain, religion_plain, custom_label1, custom1, custom_label2, custom2.

Snapshots

Snapshots are a way to highlight specific bits of information that may be important enough to offset but do not qualify as a separate article per the wiki policy. The most common snapshot is for individual people. By default, snapshots are collapsed and always float to the right side of the page. This means that editors should consider how they appear in an article both collapsed and expanded. Snapshots should be used sparingly but can afford some flexibility to a content creator.

People

Ambox glass.svg  Snapshot: Avigela IV Sansu-Paulo Salerioi 
Birth: 1477, Qolna MauretanaDeath: 1551, Iola
Melka al-Mauroi ("Queen of the Mauroi"), Sansa Avigela Sapia ("Saint Abigail the Wise")
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Avigela IV, reigned 1501—1551, was the queen of Mauretia from the Salerioi Sansu-Paulo house. She is regarded as a national hero in Mauretia for her political reforms that both preserved the monarchy but also created the modern democratic structures. Avigela IV was the daughter of King Yeremiahu I and his wife Lua. She ascended to the throne at a relatively young age, after her father died from tuberculosis. Her mother was her closest advisor at first, but she confided most in her husband, king consort Iaqomo (married in 1513, over a decade into her reign). Avigela IV was also a fervent religious leader, who emphasized piety and religious lifestyles throughout her reign. She is regarded as a saint in the Mauroi Church, having been canonized in 1803.
{{Snapshot person
| name = Avigela IV Sansu-Paulo Salerioi
| date1 = 1477
| loc1 = Qolna Mauretana
| date2 = 1551
| loc2 = Iola
| titles = Melka al-Mauroi (''"Queen of the Mauroi"''), Sansa Avigela Sapia (''"Saint Abigail the Wise"'')
| portrait = Retábulo_da_Rainha_Santa_Isabel,_século_XVI_(Museu_Nacional_de_Machado_de_Castro).png
| paragraph = Avigela IV, reigned 1501—1551, was the queen of Mauretia from the Salerioi Sansu-Paulo house. She is regarded as a national hero in Mauretia for her political reforms that both preserved the monarchy but also created the modern democratic structures. Avigela IV was the daughter of King Yeremiahu I and his wife Lua. She ascended to the throne at a relatively young age, after her father died from tuberculosis. Her mother was her closest advisor at first, but she confided most in her husband, king consort Iaqomo (married in 1513, over a decade into her reign). Avigela IV was also a fervent religious leader, who emphasized piety and religious lifestyles throughout her reign. She is regarded as a saint in the Mauroi Church, having been canonized in 1803.
}}

Parameters not used in this example are datetype1, datetype2, other-names.