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|13th century - 1953
 
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*House of Dabija (Dabidja, Dabigea)
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|House of Colțea
*House of Daraždi (Darazdi, Drajdi)
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|Colț, Koltz
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|Cetatea de Colț, [[Antharia]] (14th century - 1845)
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|House of Dabija
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|House of Daraždi
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|Darazdi, Daraz̦di, Darajdi, Drajdi
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|Daraždi Mansion, Borodyn (17th century - 1902)
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*House of Drăculești (Dracu, Drăculea, Dracula, Drac)
 
*House of Drăculești (Dracu, Drăculea, Dracula, Drac)
 
*House of Doukas (Ducaș, Dukaș)
 
*House of Doukas (Ducaș, Dukaș)
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*House of Hochgaden
 
*House of Hochgaden
 
*House of Israel (Izra-El, Izrael)
 
*House of Israel (Izra-El, Izrael)
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*House of Karayman (Caraiman, Karaiman)
 
*House of Lapoushna (Lăpușna)
 
*House of Lapoushna (Lăpușna)
 
*House of Lipitzer (Lipițer, Lipița, Lipice)
 
*House of Lipitzer (Lipițer, Lipița, Lipice)
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*House of Philaretos (Filaret)
 
*House of Philaretos (Filaret)
 
*House of Racovitza (Racoviță)
 
*House of Racovitza (Racoviță)
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*House of Radenau (Radna)
 
*House of Rahovari (Rahova, Riahovari, Oriahova, Rachowo, Oryahovo)
 
*House of Rahovari (Rahova, Riahovari, Oriahova, Rachowo, Oryahovo)
 
*House of Ratziou (Rațiu, Ratz)
 
*House of Ratziou (Rațiu, Ratz)
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*House of Simou (Simu)
 
*House of Simou (Simu)
 
*House of Solacoglu (Solacolu, Solakolu)
 
*House of Solacoglu (Solacolu, Solakolu)
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*House of Spledlea
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*House of Tempelhof
 
*House of Thierstiyn (Thirștiin, Thierstein, Thiersteyn)
 
*House of Thierstiyn (Thirștiin, Thierstein, Thiersteyn)
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*House of Trebeq (Trebeck)
 
*House of Valakh (Valak, Valah, Valaq, Balak, Ballack)
 
*House of Valakh (Valak, Valah, Valaq, Balak, Ballack)
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*House of Vlashka (Vlașca)
 
*House of Vocharest (Văcărești, Vocarest)
 
*House of Vocharest (Văcărești, Vocarest)
 
*House of Wyłczest (Vâlcești, Vâlci, Wultsch)
 
*House of Wyłczest (Vâlcești, Vâlci, Wultsch)
 
*House of Xiropotamou (Șiropotamu, Hieropotamu)
 
*House of Xiropotamou (Șiropotamu, Hieropotamu)

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Settlement names in Romanish

Drabantia (Drabanția)

  • Banujské Nové Město - Satu Nou de Banui
  • Banujské Pavlovice - Paulovița de Banui
  • Brány nad Banujem - Brâni pe Banui
  • Drabantský Kolín - Colomeea Drabantă
  • Drahany - Drăganea
  • Hojtín - Hoïtin
  • Hradec nad Boravou - Cetățuia Boravei
  • Janov - Inău
  • Krále Hora - Dealu Domnesc
  • Letěnín - Letănei
  • Lipice - Lipița
  • Odrava - Odrava
  • Ošelice - Oșcelița
  • Ostrožeň - Ostrojeni
  • Poltavy - Poltava
  • Provaznice - Provaznița
  • Rabětín - Rabetina
  • Štemperk - Ștâmperchea
  • Teplice na Jezeře - Teplița la Iezer
  • Třesno - Cesnău
  • Tuševice - Tâșevița
  • Vaberec - Văbăreața
  • Volbrod - Volbrod
  • Žitava - Jiteava
  • Živá Voda - Giveavodă

Ca'al Grande

Calea Evreilor (Ibraic Street) in 1945

Ca'al Grande (in Iviran קהל גרנדה, from the Castellanese Kahal Grande meaning Great Dionic Community) is a neighborhood in the 14th arrondissement of Bărădin, the capital of Antharia.

History

Gran Kadeș Synagogue in 1821 (Drawing by Surian painter Ierush Gogol)
The area around the neighborhoods Ca'al Grande, Balta Albă, Haïpha and Șarbek has been a marshland until the end of the 18th century. The only known settlement in this location was Gran Kadeș, a village mostly inhabited by the Castellanese Dionic community, a minority that has been banned multiple times from the city of Bărădin along the city's history.

In 1845 the marsh was drained and the existent settlements in the area were demolished. During the urban systematization and enlargement process of the city of Bărădin, directed by Kalmish civil engineer Thomas Wiessee, a rectangular street grid was planned on the former marshland, a street grid which largely still exists today.

Fortifications of Bărădin

The fortifications of Bărădin are a ring of 11 forts and 11 intermediary batteries that surround the Antharian capital city in a distance of 9 - 9.5 km from the city center, being about 3 km apart from each other.

The fortifications were planned by Galician military architect Seweryn Nosek after his visit in Bărădin in 1867. They were built between 1875 and 1887 and costed about 15 million Gold Lei.

Lists

Population Romanish Old Romanish Ingerish Gaerman Eganian Surian Iviran
2,451,600 Bărădin Бъръди́н Borodyn Barradein Borodyna Бородино בורודין
1,734,200 Terdău Тєрдъ́ꙋ̆ Sens Tärdorf - Сенс תרדוב
1,104,700 Vlăsia Вʌъсíѧ Valessa Wultsch Valesi Валеса בלסייה
492,400 Bruzari Брꙋџáрй Bruszar Brausen - Брузарь ברוזר
357,200 Ribuzău Рибꙋзъ́ꙋ̆ Rebussow Reißburg - Рибусов ריבוסוב
238,100 Ostrina Ѡстри́на Austeria Ostrin Ostria Острина וסטרינה
167,900 Slobozia Сʌѡбѡзíѧ Slobodia Swobodei - Слобозия סלובוזיה
86,300 Geanina Џани́на Djanina Dschanina Arai Don Чанина ג’נינה
79,500 Bârceava Бѫрчѣ́ва Barcheeva Bartschiwa - Бырчява באר שבע
55,600 Ghiorlița Гїѡ́рʌица Gorlice Görlitz - Горлица גיורליצה
52,600 Nădrăcin Нъдръчи́н Nadrocyn Nädratzin - Нэдрэчин נדרצינה
populatie romana romana veche engleza germana igana sura ibraica

Real world references of Antharia

AnthariaFlag.jpeg Antharia A pretty wealthy nation situated in Central Uletha at the intersection of many different cultures. Antharia can be culturally divided into two parts:

  • the North (Romany) - mainly based on Southeastern Romania (especially the historical provinces Wallachia and Moldova) but without the communist area (1948-1989), which has had a massive negative influence on the urban development in Romania, Romanian- (Romanish-) speaking, a Romanian Jewish (Dionic) community which dominates the religious landscape (other religions: Ortholic and Ekelan), stronger Slavic (Slevic) influences than in Romania but also more Western European elements (the capital Bărădin is mainly based on Milan, Munich, Vienna and Paris), Central European (Austro-Hungarian) elements in the mountain regions;
  • the South (Antharia) - not clearly based on any real world region. Settled by Eganians in 500BC but populated by Slevic tribes already long before. Ancient elements which remind of Ancient Greece. Settled by Turks (Turquans) from northern Tarephia (?) brought by Eganians somewhere in the first millennium as slaves to the Iviran Coast (Antharian Coast), after the Antharian independence from Egani, Turks and Slavs started dominating the cultural landscape, later, in the 12th century, Romany began claiming parts of eastern Antharia (especially around the Recz River - ports Vlăsia and Ostrina, originally Eganian settlements). Today western Antharia culturally Turquan and Eganian (they make up over 65% of the population), urbanistically like Turkey or Dobrudja, Romania, main religions Islam (Imam?) and Ekelan, eastern Antharia a wild mixture between all Romanish and Antharian influences.
  • Bonus region Quartia - it will include influences of whatever culture will appear in territories to the west of Antharia...

List of Greater Antharian noble houses

  • House of Drăculești (Dracu, Drăculea, Dracula, Drac)
  • House of Doukas (Ducaș, Dukaș)
  • House of Dradja (Dragea)
  • House of Garchinburgh (Garhinburg, Garkinbour)
  • House of Ghika-Palas (Ghikă, Ghică, Ghica, Pallas, Palac)
  • House of Hochgaden
  • House of Israel (Izra-El, Izrael)
  • House of Karayman (Caraiman, Karaiman)
  • House of Lapoushna (Lăpușna)
  • House of Lipitzer (Lipițer, Lipița, Lipice)
  • House of Marancouza (Marancuza)
  • House of Marmorosch (Marmoroș, Mărmăruș, Marmarosz)
  • House of Massena (Masena)
  • House of Mavrokordatos (Mavrocordat)
  • House of Melchisedeq (Melchisedek, Melkisedeq)
  • House of Montabour (Montabaur)
  • House of Morgoulia (Murgulia)
  • House of Niculești (Nicu, Nicula, Niculea, Nikola)
  • House of Oregon
  • House of Philaretos (Filaret)
  • House of Racovitza (Racoviță)
  • House of Radenau (Radna)
  • House of Rahovari (Rahova, Riahovari, Oriahova, Rachowo, Oryahovo)
  • House of Ratziou (Rațiu, Ratz)
  • House of Rosenburgh (Rosenburg, Rosenbour)
  • House of Rosenthal (Rosental)
  • House of Simou (Simu)
  • House of Solacoglu (Solacolu, Solakolu)
  • House of Spledlea
  • House of Tempelhof
  • House of Thierstiyn (Thirștiin, Thierstein, Thiersteyn)
  • House of Trebeq (Trebeck)
  • House of Valakh (Valak, Valah, Valaq, Balak, Ballack)
  • House of Vlashka (Vlașca)
  • House of Vocharest (Văcărești, Vocarest)
  • House of Wyłczest (Vâlcești, Vâlci, Wultsch)
  • House of Xiropotamou (Șiropotamu, Hieropotamu)
House Alternative family names Main residence Other residences Years
House of the Alabaster d'Albâtre, d'Alabastru, Dalbatriu Marsilia, Antharia (15th century - 1760)
Kayaffa, Antharia (1760 - now)
15th century - now
House of Altimbour Altenburg, Altinburg Áltimboŭr, Iviron (13th century - 1952)
Montabour, Antharia (1952 - now)
13th century - now
House of Badjuvarrah Badjuvara, Bagiuvarea, Baiuvarea Baiuvari Palace, Borodyn (1755 - 1973) Canan Badjuvarrah domain (1846 - 1912) 12th century - 1973
House of Basilos Basil, Basilo, Vasile, Vasilie, Vasilllos Casa Basilos, Istria (140 BC - 450 AD) 140 BC - 1768
House of Bernesco Vernescu, Vernescou Vlăsia, Antharia (1722 - 1961) 1722 - 1961
House of Brugh Brugi, Brug, Brugg Brugh, Antharia (1209 - now) 1209 - now
House of Campolonghi Câmpulung Câmpulung, Antharia (1772 - now 1772 - now
House of Censey Censei Băile Censey, Antharia 1598 - now
House of Chenonceau Șenonsò Chenonceau Palace, Ostrina (1903 - now) 1459 - now
House of Cherchez Cerkez, Cerkezî
House of Chotin Hotin, Khotin Hotinradeț, Antharia (13th century - 1898) 13th century - 1898
House of Clegan Clegane, Klegan Clegan, Antharia (14th century - now) 11th century - now
House of Collin Kolin, Colin, Kollin Kólinboŭr, Iviron (13th century - 1880)
Yaffa, Iviron (1880 - 1953)
13th century - 1953
House of Colțea Colț, Koltz Cetatea de Colț, Antharia (14th century - 1845) 14th century - 1845
House of Dabija Dabidja, Dabigea Mănăstirea Dabijei, Ostrina (16th century - 1907) 11th century - 1960
House of Daraždi Darazdi, Daraz̦di, Darajdi, Drajdi Darazdi, Antharia (16th century - now) Daraždi Mansion, Borodyn (17th century - 1902) 13th century - now