Tangia (Golden Age)

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Empire of Great Tangia
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ΤΑΥ·ΤΑΝΓΥΑΝΑ·ΤΗΛΑΝΛΕΡΑ
YEARS 9654 - 9750
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Flag of Tangia
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Imperial Emblem of Tangia
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Administrative map of Tangia
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Tangia in the world
Politics
Capital Kun Atla
Emperor Yul-Yoa Aku Olo'o
(Γιυλ-γιοα Ακυ Ολο'ο)
Political system absolute monarchy
Legal system common law
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State languages: Ayu, Buanian (Buania)
Beginning Tang.-Sekht. treaty of Magnis from 14 Ra'anau 9662
End civil unrests of 9751 EK
Demographics
Population
(rok 9700 EK)
74 544 874
- 36 526 988 Kaori
- 19 381 667 Buania
- 7 752 294 Pinu
- 4 472 692 Western Isles
- 1 490 897 Atirai
- 447 269 Ma'uri
- 373 Antarct. Dominion
- 2 981 795 Demarc. Territ. of Wild Lands
- 1 490 897 Takatoa Sovereignty
Nations Tangians (19 ethnicities, including Buanians and Atirai people), Pinus, Sekhtons, Devian nations, Enenks, Neshis, Murians
Languages used: Ayu, Buanian, others
Average lifespan 60 years
Faith
State religion karaism
Dominant religion karaism (~70%)
Religion type religious-philosophical system
Higher power or pantheon karai (aquatic force)
Primary cult centres
Naratai Temple, Talanga, Five Sages
Other: Temple of five aspects in Taka'o (NA), wooden temple in Tirameng (LU), Grand Temple in Tau Rao (KU)
Liberty of faith highly limited
Other religions Buae (YO), native animistic (MA, TK), Pinu religions, kērosutoccu
Geography and nature
Location in the world Canisia: Kaori island, Pinu, Western Isles, Buania
Devia: Atirai
Spheniscia: Ma'uri, New Emperor's Island
Area 3 620 604 km² (1 397 923 mi²)
- 1 014 748 km² (391 796 mi²) Kaori island
- 900 087 km² (347 526 mi²) Buania
- 1 058 701 km² (408 767 mi²) Pinu
- 109 000 km² (42 000 mi²) Atirai island
- 38 900 km² (15 019 mi²) Ma'uri island
- 7 600 km² (2 934 mi²) New Emperor's Island
Climate coasts, rainforests, temperate forests, high mountains, deserts
Economy
Export countries Sekht, Shur, Neshi, Aydinir
Export goods glass, paper, maps, pearls and pearl jewelry, ships, natural rubber, Tangian ebony, iron ore, copper ore
Import countries Sekht, Shur, Neshi, Aydinir
Import goods food, shipbuilding and construction building wood (mahogany, cedar), animal feed, metal components, gold
Monetary system gold standard (1 AOT = 7.78g or 0.27 oz gold bullion)
Currency aotai
Currency code AOT
"ΛΥΤΑ ΝΙ ΦΑΡΙ - ΜΑ'Α ΧΑΤΥΑ ΧΑΡΙ"
Evolution
Tangia year 9640 Tangia year 9866
Note: This article describes times far away in the future from project Kyon's common year 8973 EK. It should be approached as an apocrypha, and its contents as speculative.
Note: This article is a direct translation from Polish. As the original version develops, the translation might become outdated.

Tangia (Ayu language: "Τανγυα" Tangua, Buanian: "Tañu", Mahan: "Τανὲμά" Tanèmá), formally Empire of Great Tangia (cuneiform logogram: Tangian cuneiform Word Tangwa Bis.png; Ayu: "Ταυ Τανγυανα Τηλανλερα" Tau Tanguana Teilanlera, Buanian: "Tañusy", Mahan: "μα Τήλάν-μὰλι Τήλεά υ Τάο Τανὲμά" ma Teélán-màli Teéleá iu Táo Tanèmá) - country located by most of its area in Western Kyon (called Canisia) and on the islands of Panthalassa ocean and Spheniscia (antarctic areas of Kyon), with land area of 3 620 604 km² (1 397 923 mi²), neighbouring Sekht to the east, State of the Neshi and Devia to the north, Shur to the south and Muria and Aydinir to the west. It consists of a large island Kaori, Western Isles Akeira and Hiranea, Pinu peninsula, Demarcative Territories of Wild Lands, south-Devian island of Atirai, Ma'uri island, and Spheniscian New Emperor's island and a significant number of small island of the Panthalassian ocean. Capital of the country is in Kun Atla. Its head of state is the Emperor, ruling under the Crown of Kaori, and rulers of particular dominions are called kaoritanu. State religion is karaism, mandatory by force of law on all territories except for deserts Marao and Takangari, where Tangian shamanism is permitted, and Buania, where Buae religion is observed. State symbol is Lykaon moon in front of Buanian cross, in Buania the flag is orange, in other territories it is navyblue. In 9700 EK the population was 74 544 874 and average person's lifespan was 60 years.

Years 9654 - 9750 EK described here were the golden age of Tangian history. Technologically, the Tangian empire was Kyon's equivalent of Earth's British Empire of late 18th and early 19th century, accepting that in some aspects it was more technologically advanced (conveyor belts, rubber and wheel tyres, catadioptric optics, microscope), while in others it was late (lack of humanitarian achievements such as constitution or human rights charters, no industrial revolution yet). The Tangian empire was an economic and military power, in particular famed for the largest and most modern navy in the world at the times. It was one of the first larger powers to widely utilise flintlock firearms in its land forcers on a large scale, with well fitted tactics to use it. Economically, Tangia lost its meaning as a historical monopolist in production of tropical rubber, where the recipe was independently discovered or stolen and repeated by Sekht, but it became a textile power, of export of spices, nautical components, as well as a logistical power and an importer of precious gems and metals from production powers of these goods in antarctic regions of the world. The Empire was consistent in its policy to import raw materials and ores and export of processed goods (clothing, vessels, decorations, ordinance), requiring specialised industrial knowledge. It was also a power in services, first due to introduction and improvement of Sekhtonese financial thought, and then thanks to natural development of services segment under optimistic macroeconomic conditions. Cheap labour force, fuelled by inhumane exploitation of slaves, mostly of Pinu origins, resulted in Tangia of years 9654 - 9750 having a massive surplus of export over its import.

Success of the Tangian empire in its golden age, from the political angle, was a result of three key factors:

  1. peaceful and fruitful accession of Buania into Tangian Union;
  2. efficient state reforms: political and ideological unification of Kaori provinces, where on the course of religious revolution their own, local monarchies and democratic systems were removed, replacing them with an efficient imperial system with an emperor on top and kaoritanu serving him, and thanks to a unified monetary system across almost entire empire, and also thanks to methodical cultural transformation leading to cult of the emperor and development of prominent aristocratic social layer, and with it, a culture of obedience and discipline among middle and lower social strata, as well as to higher use of slavery for profiteering;
  3. good treatment of Buania and very optimal, in longer term, result of Third War of Saaka in years 9645 - 9662, which resulted in a collapse of the economic and civilisational domination of Sekht in the region.