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Cempulkiyit zher Vatiáys (Erostuni)
Location of the Eskea in Ankuria
|1,912,370.92 km2 (738,370.54 sq mi)|
• 5996 Ʋ estimate
|79.56/km2 (206.1/sq mi)|
Eskea (Eostruni: Vatiáys, Irtun: Zāmiskί, Aizkani: Pléfǔeris) officially the Republic of Eskea (Eskean: Cempulkiyit zher Vatiáys, Irtun: Jankusitv Zāmiskίtr, Aizkani: Kípusati Pléfǔeris), is a country residing in southern Ankuria. Eskea has a population of about 152.1 million, making it the TBD most populous country in the world. Under a federal system, Eskea is administratively divided into twenty-three primary states, nine secondary states, and one capital district, being the capital city of Mátidovo. Eskea has an area of 1,912,370.92 km^2, with much of the territory consisting of mountain's and high elevated geography. The dominant religions in Eskea are Orthodox Gáhij and Folk Lraedwamh, while Orthodox Lraedwamh and Zhesknyysm exist in small minority.
The area that is now Eskea has been populated since around -21023 Ʋ, although it wouldn't be until 2500 Ʋ when the first societal civilization was founded by the Yiso-Escanian peoples. Their migration to the region, which was prompted by the Vespian colonization of the far western region, was noted in particular by the fact that the entire region was surrounded on almost all sides by high-altitude mountains. During classic antiquity, the first feudal kingdom emerged, being the Kingdom of Kesenia, which prompted a period of urbanization and technological advancement that allowed for the forming of the later-Eskean identity. Although Kesenia wouldn't introduce the idea of dynastic rule in Eskea, which has often been debated, it would solidify the problems that dynastic rule would mostly have and establish the TBD system. Kesenia would fragment in 3827 Ʋ, dividing the territory into numerous kingdoms, city-states, and republics that would allow for various religions and differing languages to emerge. The Sermon of Disiduudkij would occur during this period, with Lisaed The Great leading the cause for the formation of Lraedwamh and the creation of the Statue of God.
The numerous wars against Vespian city-states in the Middle Ages would prompt the creation of Gáhij and Zhesknyysm: Gáhij being an anti-Zheaniist ideology that would shape much of modern politics while Zhesknyysm would become a secondary version of Zheaniism that is more inclusive of Eskeans over Vespians. The new religions, as well as the expanded catalouge of literature and art expanded during the Wiwdisjdkiv Empire, would allow for a period of Enlightenment within Eskea, prompting the creation of the first modern university and updated mathematics, as well as the field of physics being advanced upon. Industrialization would start in 5816 Ʋ, which would be the prelude to the Persvetchi War, that would last roughly 112 years and end the lives of approximately 40 million peoples. The Tresiter Republic, the Prifesditen Republic, and the Empire of Jungjesol would unite under special terms to form the Republic of Eskea, ending the period of dynastic rule, the Persvetchi War, and further solidifying the Eskean identity.
Eskea is a developing country, and is ranked TBD on the HDI. As of TBD, Eskea has the fourth-highest GDP per capita in Ankuria, with the median wealth being around TBD. Although Eskea is heavily urbanized along the coast, much of it's inland territory is noted as being indulgded in poverty and subsequently gang-activity is one of Eskea's largest crimes, as well as political and police corruption. Eskea maintains the second-largest military in Ankuria after TBD.
History[edit | edit source]
Prehistory[edit | edit source]
The original native settlements in Eskea are estimated to have occurred between -21023 Ʋ and -1023 Ʋ, with evidence of the Undkeiian culture existing along the river valley. Although there is little information about this culture group besides their archaelogical existence and the alleged evidence of the creation of the papyrus paper model seven centuries prior to it's estimated dating.
Modern settlements in Eskea date back to approximately 2500 Ʋ upon the Vespian colonization of Western Ankuria. The native peoples, referred to as Ancestrial Eskeans, existed along the costal region of the Ankurian continent prior to it's subsequent colonization. Their colonization, and general invasion itself, prompted a large-scale migration estimated to have displaced "millions" of people within Central Ankuria. However, much of the base population would make the geographic strategy and use of geography as a means of migrating towards a more secure place distant from the Vespian kingdoms and colonies. This location being modern-day Eskea.
Early dynastic rule[edit | edit source]
According to Eskean tradition, the first dynasty to have been formed was the Zheā, which emerged around 2977 Ʋ. The dynasty is the only dynasty not to have been created by the Ancestrial Eskeans, however, it's existence would be a precursor to many of the Eskean dynasties that would appear in the following centuries, with many of the Zheā's descendents being key advisors later on. The dynasty's existence is often debated in terms of it's location and whether or not the Zheā was a localized culture group or an organized kingdom. However, as of TBD, it's possible location has been noted to being roughly around the TBD after numerous scientific excavations found early bronze age tools and undiscovered sites across TBD.
The succeeding dynasty, the Pesidanou, ruled more fiercly than the Zheā, mainly because many of the family members were hardened warlords with autocratic undertones. The Pesidanou would be the first dynasty ruled by the Eskean peoples, which had migrated eastward following the Vespian colonization of western Ankuria.
Twelve Kingdoms[edit | edit source]
Decline of dynastic rule[edit | edit source]
Modern Era[edit | edit source]
Politics[edit | edit source]
Government[edit | edit source]
Military[edit | edit source]
Administrative states[edit | edit source]