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Kingdom of Ateenia

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'Motto: '"Í:ᚾᚨᚠᚾᛁ:ᛇᚦᛊᛏᛁᚱ"
In the name of Æðstir
Anthem: MediaPlayer.png
Official languagesAteenian
Ethnic groups
Ateenian (93.8%),
Mokhavic (4.7%),
Prymontic (1.5%)
Demonym(s)Ateenian, Ateenians
GovernmentElective Absolute Monarchy
• Queen
Ena Kalinka
• Formation of the Kingdom of Ateenia
46 AJB (118 AD)
• Establishment of the People's Union of Ateenia
1859 AJB (1931 AD)
• Restoration of the Kingdom of Ateenia
1904 AJB (1976 AD)
316,570 km2 (122,230 sq mi)
• 1949 AJB (2023AD) estimate
• 1945 AJB (2017AD) census
• Density
13.8/km2 (35.7/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)1949 AJB (2023AD) estimate
• Total
$81.789 billion
• Per capita
HDISteady 0.619
CurrencyAteenian Króna (1 ATK = 0.091$) (ATK)
Time zone-2
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+89
Internet TLD.ate

The Kingdom of Ateenia is a nation in Argis on Eurth. Its freezing lands consist of large forests, thousands of lakes and rivers, mountains and volcanos, waterfalls and hills, valleys and rocky beaches. There are over 4 million people living in Ateenia, out of which 14% live in the capital Atha and its surrounding areas. Ateenia's total area is 316,570 square kilometres (122,230 sq mi). The Kingdom of Ateenia shares a border with the United States of Prymont that lies just west of Ateenia and Republic of Struma, which lies south-east of Ateenia.

Ateenia is ruled by the divine queen Ena Kalinka of House Kalinka, a dynasty which has ruled Ateenia for almost 2 thousand years. The queen is advised and assisted by Konráðið, composed of 23 Jarls, all of whom rule their own Jarlodoms that fall under the queen's absolute rule. Under the Jarls of Ateenia. The Kingdom of Ateenia was founded in the year 46 AJB (After Jorlings birth)(118 CE) when the legendary king Jorling Kalinka united the jarldoms, tribes, and clans under his dynasty. The governing system that was in place since the foundation of Ateenia, remains in place to this day, with only a few added additions. Because Ateenia was founded under the guidance of the gods of Vjöld, it remains true to Vjoldinism to this day and because of it, is considered sacred ground by the followers of Vjoldinism.

The economy of Ateenia is a developing/emerging, middle/high income mixed economy with a high Human Development Index and a skilled labour force and a decent welfare system with free healthcare and education. In the past 6 years, the Ateenian economy has suffered stagnation, with occasional increases in growths and occasional downfalls in the growth. In 1944 (2016 AD) the economy growth was -5.2% and in 1947 (2019 AD) it was 1.2% of economic growth. The unemployment remains strong at 17% compared to 1943 (2015 AD) when it was only 7.6%. The main sectors of Ateenian economy are mining, industry, fishing, and services. Ateenian volcanically active areas are also rich in minerals that have kept the Ateenian economy on its feet for millenias. Ateenian free market also relies heavily on import and export, so foreign relations are crucial for the survival of Ateenian economy.


The upper Midvun river, 8 km south of Myrrdall.

The Kingdom of Ateenia is located on the Canamo peninsula and sits on Arcton plate. Ateenia borders 2 other nations, United States of Prymont to the west, with whom Ateenia shares the Midgor Mountains (officially Kongshaug Peaks) that have the tallest mountains in the Argis continent like Vrjolnfjall reaching 8281 m and Estridfjall reaching 8191 m, in south Ateenia borders the Republic of Struma which shares the Konalla lake (Nanay lake officially) with Ateenia. To the north of Ateenia lies the Norðursjó, commonly known as Argic Ocean, which is the northernmost ocean of Eurth. The nation is mostly inside the subarctic climate zone, where summers are short but warm and winters are long and cold. Huge part of the land is covered by boreal forests, which makes up around 61% of Ateenia. The Western regions of the kingdom are mountainous and volcanically active, with large river valleys.

Most of the Ateenian people live in the southern areas of Ateenia because of the warmer climate and fertile land suitable for farming. Today the southern regions are covered by rural and urban settlements, most of which run alongside the Midvun river.



The first signs of human activity on the modern Ateenian lands date back to more than 50,000 years ago, when the southern lands of Ateenia were inhabited by hunters, fishers, and gatherers. The most well-preserved evidence of such people are stone tools and carved standing stones.

Signs of the first people in more inland and northern parts of Ateenia, date back to around 26,000 BBJ (around the same time in BC) as proven by paintings and rock carvings in caves and more advanced stone tools in that region. There are also frozen mummies of a tribe that got buried in snow and ice that date back to that time period, which were found in 1910 ABJ (1982 CE), nicknamed "Ísfjölskylda" or "Ice Family". It is thought that people in that area lived mostly in or near the caves, ridge valleys and mountain passes to avoid the cold wind of the north but took the risk of getting killed by avalanches.

The first farming started around 3000 BBJ in the southern parts of Ateenia and became common between 2400-2000 BBJ.

Bronze Age

Iron Age

Raiding Age


The Kingdom of Ateenia is ruled by House Kalinka, which rules over all the kingdom with complete power. The heir to the throne is elected by the council of jarls, known as Konráðið, that govern their piece of land under the guidance of the Queen or King. The ruling monarch has the ability to revoke the title of any jarl, if he/she so pleases. The monarch appoints 13 ministers (Ráðherrar), each of who is in charge of their ministry. Anyone can become a minister if their deeds and skill catch the monarch's eyes. Villages, towns, and cities are governed by the elected Chief (Shöfðingi) who is elected by the citizens of his settlement. There are usually two candidates for the spot and are hand-picked by the jarls of the land. Shöfðingi can only govern his/her settlement.


There are 13 ministries that govern under the monarch's guidance.

Name Ateenian name Minister
Ministry of Education and Culture ᛗᛖᚾᚾᛏᚨ-:ᛟᚷ:ᛗᛖᚾᚾᛁᛜᚨᚱᛗᚨᚢᛚᚨᚱᚨᚢᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Environment ᚢᛗᚺᚢᛖᚱᚠᛁᛊᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Finance ᚠᛃᚨᚱᛗᚨᛚᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁ
Ministry of Commerce ᚢᛁᚦᛊᚲᛁᛈᛏᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ Vidar Stensson
Ministry of Foreign Affairs ᚢᛏᚨᚾᚱÍᚲᛁᛊᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ Torvi Helgidóttir
Ministry of Transport ᛊᚨᛗᚷᛁᛟᛜᚢᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Energy ᛟᚱᚲᚢᛗᚨᛚᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Justice ᛞᛟᛗᛊᛗᚨᛚᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Health and Welfare ᚺᛖᛁᛚᛒᚱᛁᚷᚦᛁᛊ-:ᛟᚷ:ᚢᛖᛚᚠᛖᚱᚦᚨᚱᚱᚨᚢᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of the Interior ᛁᚾᚾᚨᚾᚱÍᚲᛁᛊᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries ᛚᚨᚾᛞᛒᚢᚾᚨᚦᚨᚱ-:ᛟᚷ:ᛊᛃᚨᚢᚨᚱᚢᛏᚢᛖᚷᛊᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ
Ministry of Defence ᚢᚨᚱᚾᚨᚱᛗᚨᛚᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ Hakon Tofi
Ministry of Information ᚢᛈᛈᛚᛁᛊᛁᛜᚨᛗᚨᛚᚨᚱᚨᚦᚢᚾᛖᛁᛏᛁᚦ


Jarldom Flag Jarl Capital Population
Jalrdom of Atha
Ena Kalinka Atha 881,245
Jalrdom of Grundvik
Calder Hrein Grundvik 921,018
Jalrdom of Áinlandi Einar Hengherr Árhlaup 36,616
Jalrdom of Úlfan Kjarra 35,836
Jalrdom of Jorklandi
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Frode Hjalmarætt Jork 52,638
Jalrdom of Yönnur Yönnur 61,946
Jalrdom of Mosiheimr
Knut Olferr Olferrhús 97,471
Jalrdom of Konallandi Astrid Tofi Skógheim 74,813
Jalrdom of Osarvik
Sigmund Olaf Osarvik 91,504
Jalrdom of Vatnalandi Mandanhús 601,313
Jalrdom of Heilögfjöll Myrrdall 314,794
Jalrdom of Fjoldall Fjoldall 186,090
Jalrdom of Snjolandi Hella 11,063
Jalrdom of Landíss
Nanna Ísfæddur Haraldsbær 1,209
Jalrdom of Snákabæli
Embla Höggormsblóð Eydísbær 4,772
Jalrdom of Brennafjöll Laugar 57,001
Jalrdom of Austurbrekka Bifröst 2,111
Jalrdom of Egillandi Egilsstaðir 19,009
Jalrdom of Rísandisól Dagvik 528,746
Jalrdom of Vesturbrekka Íra 269,284
Jalrdom of Grenivöllur Grenilandi 20,069
Jalrdom of Sagalandi Ströndsaga 53,231
Jalrdom of Drekalandi
Balder Drekablóð Drekahæð 31,671

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