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!Province name
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!Population
!Size (km²)
!Population Density /km2
!Capital city
!Capital city
!Largest city
!Largest city
!Size (km²)
!Population
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|'''Periemthet'''(''Ⲡⲉⲣⲓⲉⲙⲑⲉⲧ'')
|'''Periemthet'''(''Ⲡⲉⲣⲓⲉⲙⲑⲉⲧ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367206|Total area}}: 8853.96 km²
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|{{Relation|367206|Total area}}: 8853.96 km²
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|'''Ait'''(''Ⲁⲓⲧ'')
|'''Ait'''(''Ⲁⲓⲧ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367208|Total area}}: 1029.05 km²
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|{{Relation|367208|Total area}}: 1029.05 km²
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|'''Ixamut'''(''Ⲓⲝⲁⲙⲩⲧ'')
|'''Ixamut'''(''Ⲓⲝⲁⲙⲩⲧ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367209|Total area}}: 1774.27 km²
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|{{Relation|367209|Total area}}: 1774.27 km²
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|'''Khent'''(''Ⲭⲉⲛⲧ'')
|'''Khent'''(''Ⲭⲉⲛⲧ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367210|Total area}}: 5190.21 km²
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|TBD
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|{{Relation|367210|Total area}}: 5190.21 km²
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|TBD
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|'''Nekentf'''(''Ⲛⲉⲕⲉⲛⲧⲫ'')
|'''Nekentf'''(''Ⲛⲉⲕⲉⲛⲧⲫ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367205|Total area}}: 5041.42 km²
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|{{Relation|367205|Total area}}: 5041.42 km²
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|'''Hetep'''(''Ϧⲉⲧⲉⲡ'')
|'''Hetep'''(''Ϧⲉⲧⲉⲡ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367231|Total area}}: 17853.47 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367231|Total area}}: 17853.47 km²
|TBD
|TBD
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|'''Amtiu'''(''Ⲁⲙⲧⲓⲩ'')
|'''Amtiu'''(''Ⲁⲙⲧⲓⲩ'')
|TBD
|238,000
|TBD
|{{Relation|367232|Total area}}: 13061.02 km²
|{{Relation|367232|Total area}}: 13061.02 km²
|TBD
|18,2
| colspan="2" |Uasit Bi
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| style="background: cyan;" |
| style="background: cyan;" |
|'''Het'''(''Ϧⲉⲧ'')
|'''Het'''(''Ϧⲉⲧ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367207|Total area}}: 29577.97 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367207|Total area}}: 29577.97 km²
|TBD
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|'''Repit Ahiten'''(''Ⲣⲉⲡⲓⲧ Ⲁϧⲓⲧⲉⲛ'')
|'''Repit Ahiten'''(''Ⲣⲉⲡⲓⲧ Ⲁϧⲓⲧⲉⲛ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367224|Total area}}: 25951.07 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367224|Total area}}: 25951.07 km²
|TBD
|TBD
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| style="background: magenta;" |
| style="background: magenta;" |
|'''Nitur'''(''Ⲛⲓⲧⲩⲣ'')
|'''Nitur'''(''Ⲛⲓⲧⲩⲣ'')
|TBD
|82,000
|TBD
|{{Relation|367225|Total area}}: 26886.65 km²
|{{Relation|367225|Total area}}: 26886.65 km²
|TBD
|3
|Baresnakhe
|Hetgat
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| style="background: pink;" |
| style="background: pink;" |
|'''Kheriu Nehaher'''(''Ⲭⲉⲣⲓⲩ Ⲛⲉϧⲁϧⲉⲣ'')
|'''Kheriu Nehaher'''(''Ⲭⲉⲣⲓⲩ Ⲛⲉϧⲁϧⲉⲣ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367229|Total area}}: 21354.71 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367229|Total area}}: 21354.71 km²
|TBD
|TBD
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|'''Hekhhesi'''(''Ϧⲉⲭϧⲉⲥⲓ'')
|'''Hekhhesi'''(''Ϧⲉⲭϧⲉⲥⲓ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367228|Total area}}: 30244.70 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367228|Total area}}: 30244.70 km²
|TBD
|TBD
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|'''Amakh Aneren'''(''Ⲁⲙⲁⲭ Ⲁⲛⲉⲣⲉⲛ'')
|'''Amakh Aneren'''(''Ⲁⲙⲁⲭ Ⲁⲛⲉⲣⲉⲛ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367230|Total area}}: 22424.06 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367230|Total area}}: 22424.06 km²
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|TBD
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|'''Khu Urhebaten'''(''Ⲭⲩ Ⲩⲣϧⲉⲃⲁⲧⲉⲛ'')
|'''Khu Urhebaten'''(''Ⲭⲩ Ⲩⲣϧⲉⲃⲁⲧⲉⲛ'')
|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367227|Total area}}: 15333.58 km²
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|TBD
|TBD
|{{Relation|367227|Total area}}: 15333.58 km²
|TBD
|TBD
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| style="background: violet;" |
| style="background: violet;" |
|'''Merit'''(''Ⲙⲉⲣⲓⲧ'')
|'''Merit'''(''Ⲙⲉⲣⲓⲧ'')
|TBD
|1,784,000
|TBD
|{{Relation|367226|Total area}}: 32012.82 km²
|{{Relation|367226|Total area}}: 32012.82 km²
|TBD
|56
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!'''Dual -(x)em'''
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!'''Paucal -(e)hi'''
!'''Paucal -(e)hi'''
!'''Plural -(t)im'''
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Latest revision as of 21:30, 2 April 2024

Ta Seti relation
Amnic State of Ta Seti
Ⲧⲁ Ⲥⲉⲧⲓ
FlagCoat of arms
FlagCoat of arms

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Capital
and largest city
Khenu (map)
DemonymTasetian
GovernmentFascist One-Party State
 • Kherpu of Ta SetiAkhethotep Sehetepen
 • Khenti of Ta SetiNubkshesbet Tshataren
LegislaturePerkharenput
Area
 • Total262 119 km2
101 205 sq mi
Population
 • Estimate (2024)Increase TBD million
 • DensityTBD/km2
TBD/sq mi
HDIIncrease 0.747
high

Ta Seti (Metutneter: Ⲧⲁ Ⲥⲉⲧⲓ), officially the Amnic State of Ta Seti, is a country in Northeast Tarephia. Located northwest of the Serion Desert and northeast of the Sea of Uthyra, Ta Seti is bordered by Andrar, TA011 and Dematísna to the north, TA002 to the west, TA020 to the south and TA014 to the southeast. It covers a territory of 262 119 km² (101 205 sq mi) and has a population of TBD million. Ta Seti is dividided into fourteen governorates and numerous municipalities. Khenu is the nation's capital and largest urban area.

Ta Seti has a very long history, tracing its heritage along the Ar Delta (map) back to the 5th millennia BCE. Ancient Ta Seti saw some of the earliest developments of writing, agriculture, urbanization, organized religion and central government. Ta Seti's long and rich cultural heritage is an integral part of its national identity, with numerous dynasties of Kherpus throughout its history and prevailing various foreign incursions. During the late dynastic period, Ta Seti was divided roughly in half between Birrics, who lived mostly in the coastal areas (predominantly Ait, Ishamut and Nekentf), and Amnics, who lived along the Ar in the interior and in the deserts of the country. Following the collapse of the dynastic rule in 1923, all ethnic groups agreed to form the Democratic Republic of Ar, governed through a parliamentary system dominated by the political parties representing them. Under the leadership of the Birrics, who tended to be more progressive, the Republic opened local markets and followed a progressive policy. This caused increasing tensions with conservative Amnic elements in the interior of the nation, eventually leading to a civil war (1952-1958), which was won by the Amnics. Nowadays the Amnics strictly control religion, academics, military and social life to maintain a militaristic fascist one-party system.

Prehistory

Early dynastic period

Late dynastic period

Democratic Republic of Ar

Tasetian Civil War

On a bright Wednesday morning in March 1952, shots were fired on the square of the everlasting sun, facing the old pyramid, in Mekhtar Maten. Shepseskaf Bebetiten, the leading moderate candidate of the conservatives was one of the many victims of gunshots fired by Birric communist extremists. In total 22 were killed at the conservative rally causing a shock reaction in the nation. In Amnic dominated areas the blame was put on the Birrics as an ethnic group.

In the southern governorate of Merit, a particularly conservative region and the homeregion of Shepseskaf, armed groups in reaction killed several Birrics, leading to murders of various Amnics in the heavily populated and Birric dominated estuary of the Ar. The central government, due to its weak military was unable to control the situation and eventually this lead to Amnics and Birrics fleeing to their respective home regions and the rise of the fascist Amnic Party.

The central government was first overthrown and replaced by the Amnic resistance movement in Merit, and later in 1952, Khu Urhebaten, Amakh Aneren, Hekhhesi and Kheriu Nehaher joined this movement. The central government managed to retain control over Khent, Ishamut, Ait and Nekentf while Periemthet, Het, Amtiu and Nitur declared neutral for now.

The central provinces Repit Ahiten and Hetep with mixed ethnic populations were not controlled by any faction but rather the regions where battles broke out between both movements.

Amnic State

Geography

Government and politics

Amnic Party

The Community of Workers and Children of Amn (CWCA), also referred to as the Amnic Party, is the founding and sole ruling party of the Amnic State of Ta Seti. Under the leadership of Nebmarenakht Khetetbuten, the Amnics emerged victorious in the civil war against the Birrics. In 1978, Akhethotep proclaimed the establishment of the Amnic State of Ta Seti and surpressed progressive and academic elements; since then, the CWCA has had sole control over Ta Seti's government and its military. The party leadership is fused on the national government, as the Kherpu is the party chairman and head of state of Ta Seti, and the Amnic Council is the decision-making collegiate body in both instances.

Government

The government in Ta Seti is under the sole control of the CWCA. The party controls appointments in government bodies, with most senior government officials being ethnic Amnics; excluding the Minister for the Reconciliation of Tasetians and Militant Regulation, and the Minister for National Unity, who are ethnic Birrics. The Perkharenput is constitutionally the national legislature, generally described as a "rubber stamp" body by numerous organizations, responsible for appointing the members of the Council of Ministers and giving advice and consent for national policy formulated by the Amnic Council.

Demographics

Ethnic groups

Governorates

Province name Population Size (km²) Population Density /km2 Capital city Largest city
Periemthet(Ⲡⲉⲣⲓⲉⲙⲑⲉⲧ) TBD Total area: 8853.96 km² TBD TBD
Ait(Ⲁⲓⲧ) TBD Total area: 1029.05 km² TBD TBD
Ixamut(Ⲓⲝⲁⲙⲩⲧ) TBD Total area: 1774.27 km² TBD TBD
Khent(Ⲭⲉⲛⲧ) TBD Total area: 5190.21 km² TBD TBD
Nekentf(Ⲛⲉⲕⲉⲛⲧⲫ) TBD Total area: 5041.42 km² TBD TBD
Hetep(Ϧⲉⲧⲉⲡ) TBD Total area: 17853.47 km² TBD TBD
Amtiu(Ⲁⲙⲧⲓⲩ) 238,000 Total area: 13061.02 km² 18,2 Uasit Bi
Het(Ϧⲉⲧ) TBD Total area: 29577.97 km² TBD TBD
Repit Ahiten(Ⲣⲉⲡⲓⲧ Ⲁϧⲓⲧⲉⲛ) TBD Total area: 25951.07 km² TBD TBD
Nitur(Ⲛⲓⲧⲩⲣ) 82,000 Total area: 26886.65 km² 3 Baresnakhe Hetgat
Kheriu Nehaher(Ⲭⲉⲣⲓⲩ Ⲛⲉϧⲁϧⲉⲣ) TBD Total area: 21354.71 km² TBD TBD
Hekhhesi(Ϧⲉⲭϧⲉⲥⲓ) TBD Total area: 30244.70 km² TBD TBD
Amakh Aneren(Ⲁⲙⲁⲭ Ⲁⲛⲉⲣⲉⲛ) TBD Total area: 22424.06 km² TBD TBD
Khu Urhebaten(Ⲭⲩ Ⲩⲣϧⲉⲃⲁⲧⲉⲛ) TBD Total area: 15333.58 km² TBD TBD
Merit(Ⲙⲉⲣⲓⲧ) 1,784,000 Total area: 32012.82 km² 56 Kherti

Language

Inhabitants of Ta Seti refer to their language as Re Babates (Ⲣⲉ Ⲃⲁⲃⲁⲧⲉⲥ) (language of the two rivers). The language is strongly regulated by the CWCA and foreign loanwords are prohibited.

When a child is born a name has to be chosen from the official name list as shown below.


The used script is coptic, the following link can be used to transliterate from latin to coptic script:

https://www.lexilogos.com/keyboard/coptic.htm

Alphabet

~ = dialectual variations

Coptic Latin Latin Transliteration IPA
a a /a/
b b /b/
g g ~/g, k/
ⲇ [rare] d d /d/
e e ~/ɛ, e/
th th /th/
i i /i, i:/
k k /k/
l l /l/
m m /m/
n n /n/
ϣ sh sh /ʃ/
o o /ɔ/
p p /p/
r r /ɾ/
s s ~/s, z/
t t /t/
u u /u/
ph f ~/f, pʰ/
kh kh /kʰ/
ⲯ [rare] ps ps /ps/
w o /o/
ϧ hh h /h/

Declension system

1a Nominative Singular Dual -(x)ur Paucal -(e)hi Plural -(t)im Genitive Singular -(t)en Dual -(t)es Paucal -(e)hif Plural -i
-st Uthest Uthestur Uthestehi Uthestim Uthesten Uthestar Uthestes Uthesti
-p Sehetep Sehetepur Sehetepehi Sehetepim Sehetepen Sehetepar Sehetepes Sehetepi
-q Akh (Tree) Akhur Akhehi Akhim Akhen Akhar Akhes Akhi
-r Khar (Shrine) Kharur Kharehi Kharim Kharen Kharar Khares Khari
-nb Henb (Water) Henbur Henbehi Henbim Henben Henbar Henbes Henbi
1b
-b Aneb (Axe) Anebshur Anebehi Anebim Aneben Anebar Anebes Anebi
-p Sehetep Sehetepshur
-t Kamut (Orchard) Kamutshur Kamutehi Kamutim Kamuten Kamutar Kamutes Kamuti
2
-on Alon (Alen) (God) Aleshur Alehi Alim Alem Alar Ales Ali
3
-u Arbu (Tree) Arbuxur Arbuhi Arbutim Arbuten Arbutar Arbutes Arbi
4
-en Nekhen (Promontory) Nekhexur Nekhehi Nekhim Nekhenen Nekhar Nekhenes Nekhi
5
-a Ta (Land) Taxur Tahi Tahim Tahen Tahar Tahes Tahi

Official Name List

Ahkhepere

Akhepereseneb

Ahkheperkare

Ahkheperure

Ahmose

Ahotep

Ai

Akhethotep

Amenemhat

Amenemipet

Amenemnisu

Amenemopu

Amenhirkhepeshef

Amenhotep

AmeniAmenirtisu

Amethu

Ankhaf

Ankhmare

Ankhu

Anu

Apet

Artatama

Ba

Babaef

Baka

Bakenranef

Basa

Bebi

Gemnefsutkapu

Hakhare

Hapi

Harsiese

Hashepsut

Hashptah

Hebenre

Hehibre

Hemiunu

Herbauba

Herihoren

Hethkhepere

Heti

Hiese

Hirhetef

Hotepibre

Horaha

Horemheb

Horemsaf

Hori

Hotepibre

Hutiefa

Hui

Huni

Hutimesu

Iahmesu

Imhotep

Intef

Intefikher

Inti

Ipi

Itamen

Iufni

Iunmin

Iuput

Kagemni

Kahab

Kamose

Kakai

Kakhet

Kanefer

Khaba

Khaemhaset

Khahetiet

Khakare

Khafre

Khamhaset

Khar

Khasekhem

Khasti

Khentu

Kheperkare

Kheti

Khnumhotep

Khnumkhufu

Khuenre

Khufukaef

Khur

Khutahi

Limeru

Mahtkare

Mehu

Mekh

Menkhepere

Menpehtire

Mentuherkhepeshef

Mentuhotep

Merefnebef

Merenre

Mereruka

Meresankh

Meribre

Merneith

Merneptah

Minefer

Minkhaf

Minmosu

Nakhtnebtepnefer

Nakhtpahten

Nebamen

Nebankhre

Nebemakhet

Nebet

Nebi

Nebka

Nebkheperure

Nebmahtre

Nebmarenakht

Nebpehtire

Nebsenre

Nebtahi

Nebtihotep

Neferheben

Neferkaure

Neferkeru

Nefermaht

Nefersheshemre

Nefertu

Neheb

Nehesi

Neitikherti

Neku

Nemtiemsaf

Nerikare

Nesbaneb

Nesbanebtiet

Neseramen

Netiemibr

Netieraperaf

Netierihetiet

Netierirenre

Nikaure

Nimlot

Pami

Patibast

Patimut

Pamiu

Panehesi

Pentu

Pasebakthaenniut

Pehenuhikai

Pepi

Pepiseneb

Petubast

Pihe

Pinetiem

Psamtik

Ptahhotep

Ptahmose

Ptahshepsep

Raher

Rahotep

Ramose

Rekhmire

Reseneb

Rihamase

Rihamotep

Rutamen

Rutpamut

Sahura

Sanakht

Sankhtahef

Sankhibre

Seankhibtahi

Sehesekhtahi

Sehetepibre

Senetiemib

Senusret

Sekhemib

Sekhemkhare

Sekhemkhet

Sekhemrekhutahi

Sekhenenre

Sekheperenre

Senehosret

Senetienib

Senusret

Seshemnefer

Seshethotep

Setepenamen

Setepenre

Seti

Setka

Setnakhte

Setut

Shepseskaf

Shepsesre

Shunet

Siamen

Siese

Siptah

Smenkhkare

Sneferka

Sneferu

Sobekemsaf

Sobekhotep

Sonbef

Tagi

Tahakha

Takelot

Tefthakht

Tehuti

Tepha

Tesher

Tereru

Tetefre

Teti

Tetinefer

Tetiankhkem

Tiau

Tienti

Tieserkare

Tiet

Tieterptah

Tietkare

Tietkherere

Tioser

Titkheperure

Thutmose

Tutankhamen

Userib

Userkaf

Userkare

Usermahtre

Usermontu

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Ameniat

Ankhesenamen

Ankhesenpepi

Ankhet

Ankhkheperure

Arti

Ashahet

Bakethernel

Behenut

Bintanath

Bunefr

Henutahi

Henutsen

Hentahi

Iah

Iaret

Ini

Itut

Inenekinti

Inhapi

Ikui

Iput

Isesi

Iset

Isetemkheb

Isetnofret

Isetheret

Itaheret

Hehernef

Hekenuhetiet

Hemetra

Henhenet

Henutamehu

Henuthati

Henutmire

Hepu

Hetephernebti

Hetephere

Hetepi

Hetietnebu

Hrere

Meha

Meretsegre

Kakat

Kahit

Kaneferut

Kape

Karamat

Karoathet

Keminub

Kemsit

Kekheretnebti

Khalhata

Khameremebti

Khenemetneferhetiet

Khensa

Khentetka

Khentkahe

Khepri

Khetebneithirbinet

Khnemet

Khuit

Kiha

Mathorneferure

Mahtkare

Mehitenheskhet

Meresankh

Meretnebti

Meri

Meritamen

Meritaten

Metitre

Merititen

Merneith

Merire

Merhi

Merti

Mutemhiha

Mutnethmet

Mutnofret

Mutuha

Nebetahi

Nebtut

Neferhetep

Neferitatienen

Neferneferuaten

Neferonpe

Nefertari

Neferthenut

Nefertka

Neferukahet

Neferut

Neith

Nehi

Neni

Nesitanebetashret

Nesitauthatakhet

Netieftet

Nimathap

Noferet

Nubemhat

Nubhenet

Nubhetepti

Nubkhat

Nubkshesbet

Paser

Patareshnet

Persenet

Rekhetre

Reptinub

Sahtnefer

Sateh

Satiah

Sebhetet

Senebsen

Seni

Sithathoriunet

Sitkamose

Sitre

Sobekneferut

Tabeketenasket

Tabiri

Tahereten

Takahatenamet

Takhat

Tatibast

Tatukhipa

Tem

Tentamenopet

Tentamet

Tenthkheta

Tentsai

Tetisheri

Tiah

Tietmutesankh

Tih

Tihet

Titi

Thosret

To

Tuatentopet

Utiubten

See also