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Alanahr

Kingdom of Alanahr

al-Mamlak al-Anahr (Anahri)
Flag of Alanahr
Flag
Motto: Aran Aman
("God with us")
Capital
and largest city
Kahrash
Official languagesAnahri
Ethnic groups
(2020)
Anahri (65%)
Other (35%)
Demonym(s)Anahri
Population
• 2020 census
23,907,706
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
$504 Billion
• Per capita
$21,100
Gini (2020)42.1
medium
HDI (2020)0.750
high
CurrencyAlanahri Dinar (ALD)
Date formatmmm,d,yyyy
Driving sideright
ISO 3166 codeLNR
Internet TLD.an

The Kingdom of Alanahr is a monarchy located in northeast Scipia.

Etymology

The foreign name Alanahr is a cognate exonym as it, or foreign names similar to it, is similar to the native name of al-Anahr but is treated as a proper noun rather than translated based on the meaning of the words in Anahri.

The native name al-Anahr is the Anahri for "the rivers" referring to the three major rivers of the nation. The name comes from the Gharbaic for "river" which retained the meaning of the historical name for the Anahri homeland. The historical Anahri homeland was based around the Pahkah river in the north and during the pre-Latin Conquest era was referred to roughly as D'akahga which meant "the river" and later "the rivers" when the Anahri homeland expanded beyond the Pahkah.

The use of the simple name despite the knowledge of other river cultures in pre-Latin Alanahr came from a strong local superiority mindset that eventually resulted in expansion and conquest of other local river cultures. The name retains an element of its political meaning as it reinforces traditional views on the Anahri homeland.

History

Prehistory

? to ?

Ancient Alanahr

? to 50s-150s AD

Akahga Kingdom

Latin Alanahr

50s-150s AD to 450s-550s AD

Vulgar Alanahr

Vulgar Republics

450s-550s AD to 750s AD

Vulgar Kingdom

750s AD to 850s-950s AD (return of the king)

Almurid Wars

Late 800s

Halimid Alanahr

850s-950s AD to 1200s AD

The Interregnum

1200s AD to 1300s AD

Charnean Alanahr (need appropriate name)

1300s AD to 1450s-1550s AD

Middle Ages

1450s-1550s AD onwards Indy Alanahr

Government and Politics

Geography and Climate

Economy

Demographics

Major Cities

Culture