Telkarnatha

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Telkarnatha, also sometimes called Tebranatha, officially Ηγεμονική Δημοκρατία της Τελκαρνάθας (Ingerish - The Republic Hegemony of Telkarnatha; Mazanic - جمهورية تيلكارناثا المهيمنة), is a constitutional democratic federalist republic island-nation in Eastern Uletha, in the Plurinesian Sea. Telkarnatha's capital is Selarohak. It shares no borders but is close to the countries of Goytakanya, Suvuma and Samiloor, with its rich and diverse history it is one of the most densly populated regions on the Plurinesian Archipelago, after Goytakanya. With evidence of humans in the region dating back to 55,000 B.P. the country is the meeting point of Archantan, East Ulethan and West Ulethan Cultures and has a rich history of multiple cultures, but also multiple conflicts.

The Republic Hegemony of Telkarnatha
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Motto:
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CapitalSelarohak (1.1 million)
Largest citySelarohak (1.1 million)
Official languagesPluric Hellenisian, Telkan Sign Language, Mazanic, Far
Government
 • PresidentTBD
 • Vice PresidentTBD
LegislatureTelkarnathan Bicameral Legislature
 • Upper houseChamber of Senators
 • Lower houseChamber of Deputies
Population
 • Estimate (2020)2,560,000 million
 • Census (2015)2,485,000 million
 • Density232,72/km2
602.76/sq mi
CurrencyTBD, symbol TBD¨
Drives on theright

Etymology

While there is no clear consensus on the etimology of the name, most scholars believe that Telkarnatha comes from the old hellenisian Telkoranoi (Tele (Far) + Chora (Land/Country)), Telecharanoi most probably got shifted to Telkaranoi and then Telkoranoi because of a shift in sound. Telkarnatha itself seems to be a corrupted version by both Hindu? and Mazanic that survived through the changes of names of the island.

While Telkoranoi, for the Hellenisians defined most islands in east of Gobrassanya the prominence in the current islands is given by the fact or the survival of a hellenisian population on the island up to this day. While during the 18th century the complex of islands that comprised Telkarnatha was under the Gintyk Kingdom under the name Bhuvarunata, the Hellenisian local elite continued to use the name for the main island as Telkarnatha, which was no different than the name for their area of incluence in the archipelago. After independence the main island changed names while Telkarnatha became the official name for the kingdom and later republic.

History

Ancient History

Human habitation of the islands starts around 55,000 B.P. during the first wave of migration of humans to Archanta, even though sea levels were lower at the period, the islands were still not connected to the mainland. This has made scholars suggest that the region saw the first use of rafting to move across bodies of water.

Paleolithic

Only sustaining a small population based of mainly fishing.

Last Glacial Maximum

The last glacial maximum ended most of the population on the region, the main island could have dropped to as less as 100 people, caused by the lack of rains on the region because of air movements.

Mesolithic

During the Mesolithic era, the local population slowly rose utilizing the fishing techniques learned during the last age, the original Telkans were avid swimmers and most probably had a similar better time underwater, as other insular populations show nowdays. They also were really protective of their local fauna, the Urutian Hog, a native endemic species on he island was able to stay alive during this time because of the fact they were not killed by Old Telkans, there is a lot of debate on if this was religious driven or not.

Neolithic

Sailors from East Uletha would generally use the islands as a resting stop on their way to Archanta, but the poor soil quality didn't allow for farming, making the most profitable part of the land, its fruits that were seen at the time as miracles, since they would normally avoid scurvy and similars. A few trading posts would set up during sailing season on the island bu they were temporary, the Neolithic never trul arrived at the island because the local people never learned agriculture. Agriculture would eventually arrive, by the form of East Ulethans colonizing the islands permantally, but this would erase Old Telkans from the record.

Bronze Age

Bronze Age Collapse

Old Mazanic Immigration and Caliphate Dominance

East Ulethan Rule

West Ulethan Colonialism

Seldomian Wars

Telkoranoi Civil War

Hellenisian 1st Kingdom

Goytakay Revolt

Hellenisian 2nd Kingdom

Mazanic Coup and Ulethan Interference

Branatak Republic

Hellenisian Coup and Goytakay Exile

1st Telkarnatha Republic

Ethnic Tensions

Goytakay Genocide

Lindarokoi Coup

2nd Telkarnatha Republic

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Major Cities

  • Selarohak
  • Ekatopoli
  • Houms/Kom
  • Larah

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Governmental System

Parties Historically

The Bicameral Legislature

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