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Republic of Qubdi

δημοκρατία της γυπτος (Aroman)
$translate (Qubdic)
جمهورية قبط (Sahrabic)
République de Qubdi (Lysian)
רפובליקת קובדי (Yehud)
Coat of arms
Coat of arms
Map of Qubdi
Map of Qubdi
Official languagesOccidental Aroman
Recognised regional languagesLysian
GovernmentUnitary Presidential Republic
• President
Rami Yacoub Ghali
• Prime Minister
Amoun Boutros
• Heqa
1756 BCE
• Aroman province
335 BCE
• Kingdom
• Republic
• Census
GDP (nominal)2019 estimate
• Total
1.489 Trillion
• Per capita
CurrencyQubdian Nomisma (NQu)
Time zoneUTC+6
Internet TLD.qu

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The Republic of Qubdi is a country in Europa on Eurth. Much of it is located in the Amutian Desert, almost landlocked, with a small coast in the west. Clockwise it is bordered by Euandria and Iberica to the north, Magnaeus, Lewana, RIW in the east, Novanya, Asmeruwah and Assurym to the south, Bashan and Suverina in the west. The country has a population of 27 million. The national capital is Taqdir.

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Qubdi is a republic since the Triumphant Transformation in 1962 when king Lahm Bin Ajeen abdicated.

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The Aroman name for Qubdi, Kýptos (Γυπτος), comes from the Classical Adapton Occidental Aroman name ku-pi-ti-jo. This Adapton form is likely from Middle Qubdian kꜣ ptḥ, meaning "the kꜣ of Ptah". The god Ptah was worshipped at a temple complex near Taqdir. The Anglish name Qubdi is also derived from the Classical Aroman "ku-pi-ti-yo". Compare this to the Hakkadian "ku-up-ta-aḫ". In Sahrabic it is known as "qubṭī" or "قبط" ("qubṭ"). In Oharic the name is Gubita ("mound").


Buhustanon on the Fiaru River.

(Location on Eurth. Neighbouring nations. What's the climate like? Where do most people live? Coastline of 102 km along the Amnalos Sea and 154 km along the Fiaru river delta. Highest and lowest points? How do we call that lake near Bashan? Any special natural places? What kind of animals are there?)


  • capital Taqdir (still needs a location)
  • 2nd city Itjtawy is the old royal capital
  • Port Naucratis at the mouth of the Fiaru river
  • Kashromi near the old Aroman border (Qubdic: ⲕⲁϣⲣⲱⲙⲓ)
  • Mistram (Qubdic: ⲙⲓⲥⲧⲣⲁⲙ)


  • <2000s BCE — Migrations from Azania into Amutia. First traces of human activity. Oases in the largely desert region played an important role as sites of settlement, trade, and watering-places.
  • 1500s BCE — First mentions in the 2nd Millennium. A largely nomadic, ancient tribal confederation.
  • 1300-400 BCE — Early history. Ruled by a Heqa. The earliest inscriptions discovered by archaeologists are the 8th and 7th centuries BCE, listing the names of kings who were victorious in battle. Described as "the most organized of the Northern Sahrabian tribes". At the peak of its power in the 6th century BCE, it controlled a vast region in Amutia.
  • 0-500 CE — Contacts with Aroman Empire. Relations with Bashan. During the period of Aroman imperial rule in the region, the Qubdians exercised control over the desert areas bordering Aroma and the incense trade upon which Bashan depended.[1] Post-Aroman period.
  • 900s CE — Brotherhood of the Cruciform Sword established in the 10th Century.[2] Push back against Salamid invasion from Asmeruwah. The actual reason is to control trade routes.
  • 1700s-1800s — Early modern issues.
  • 1900s — Modernisation. Protest against King Lahm Bin Ajeen (1930-1984). Several revolutions, the final successful one is called the Triumphant Transformation. Republic declared and first constitution.
  • 1962 — Establishment of the Republic.
  • 2000s — Border dispute with Suverina. Conflict escalates during the 2021 Anglian War



(How kind of government? Who is the head of state/government? Legislature is the unicameral Tajmae ("gathering"). When was the last election or change of government? Which political parties are there? Turn Sayyid Qutb of Qutbism) into a political figure.)

Foreign relations

(WIP. How are the foreign relations? What's the relationship with its direct neighbours, other states in Amutia, Europa and on Eurth?)

Qubdi maintains good relations with nearly all of its neighbouring countries. It maintains bilateral trade agreements with the other Amutian states. The country's foreign policy is focussed on the economic and security benefits while maintaining territorial integrity. The relationship with Lewana and RIW is tense, largely because of the separatist Lewanese Unionist Workers Party, which is funded by RIW and seeks to join the Lewana. Qubdi is an observer of the Organisation for Salamid Unity.


Qubdian tank fires.

The Qubdian Armed Forces (QAF) include all military forces, with the President as supreme commander. The military is a conscripted force, where all males serve in the military upon reaching the age of 18. It has XXX active personnel, including YYY in the navy, and ZZZ in the air force. The paramilitary security forces include the police, serve under the Ministry of Interior, and report to the Prime Minister.


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Crux ansata signs with Chi Rho on a piece of cloth, 4th to 5th century CE.
  • Ethnic groups: mostly Copts, with minorities from neighbouring migrants.
  • Religion: largely Coptic Christian, mixed with local worship and Salamic influences.
  • Language: (WIP. Qubdic as Coptic language and Coptic alphabet.) The Qubdians are among a number of North Sahrabic tribes whose interactions with Aroman tribes beginning in the 8th century BCE resulted in cultural exchanges between these two large groups. As the Sahrabic alphabet had not yet been developed, they used the Aroman alphabet to write.
  • Education is aimed to be provided for free and to be in Qubdic language. But at the beginning of the republic, the teachers had to translate from the textbooks in other language to the Qubdic language.


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