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Terangau, Abode of Peace

ᨈᨙᨑᨊᨁᨕᨘᨅᨊ
Terangauban
Flag of Terangau
Flag
of Terangau
Coat of arms
Anthem: ᨔᨙᨆᨊᨁᨈ ᨆᨙᨆᨅᨙᨑᨀᨈᨗ ᨉᨈᨘ
Semangat memberkati Datu
Spirits bless our King
Map of Terangau
Map of Terangau
CapitalAnkapeng
Official languagesPali
Gaullican
Ethnic groups
(2020)
Religion
(2020)
Demonym(s)Terangauni
GovernmentFederal elective constitutional monarchy
• Hyang di-Patuan
Sanggalo
• Premier
Hengki Sumarto
LegislatureParliament
Formation
• Terangauni Empire
1486 CE
• Gaullican protectorate
1856 CE
• End of Gaullican rule
1935
Area
• Total
430,008 km2 (166,027 sq mi)
Population
• 2020 estimate
31,647,000
• Density
73.6/km2 (190.6/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)2020 estimate
• Total
$1.387 trillion
• Per capita
$29,391
Gini (2020)24.4
low
HDI (2020)Increase 0.901
very high
CurrencyZaan (₴/TZA)
Date formatyyyy-mm-dd
Driving sideright
Internet TLD.te

Terangau (Pali: ᨈᨙᨑᨊᨁᨕᨘ; Terangau), officially Terangau, Abode of Peace (Pali: ᨈᨙᨑᨊᨁᨕᨘᨅᨊ; Terangauban) is a federal elective constitutional monarchy located in Southern Coius. The nation borders, from clockwise, Dezevau, Carolinian Islands, and the Banfura Sea.

The island of Terangau has been inhabited by modern humans since the Neolithic era. Agriculture was introduced from neighboring Dezevau during 5th millenium BCE, leading to development of city-states along the nations many rivers. Pali culture developed in the subsequent centuries, eventually becoming the dominant culture on the island and displacing the native cultures that existed until then. Pali culture existed until collapsing by unknown means in the beginning of the common era. Badi was introduced to Terangau in the succeeding "Terangauni Dark Age" and led to much of the island converting by the 3rd century CE. The Butari civilisation would rise in the 4th century, primarily centered around the city of the same name. The Butari Empire would be the conquer much of the northern coast of the island. Contact with the Xiang dynasty resulting in the adoption of Xiaozi. Further Xiaofication continued until the Xiang's collapse in the 8th century. The Neo-Butari Empire arose in the 9th century in the aftermath of a succession crisis. Under the Kaning dynasty, the Neo-Butari Empire reached its territorial height, controlling approximately a third of the island. The Neo-Butari Empire collapsed in the 13th century CE due to an unknown plague and conflicts with mainland petty kingdoms.

Terangau remained disunited until the late-15th century with the rise of the Ankapeng-based Matambing Kingdom. Under King Zulkipli, several wars of conquest were raged by Matambing, greatly increasing the kingdom's territory. By 1413, Matambing had already exceeded the territorial height of the Neo-Butari Empire. Through well-placed marriages and further wars, the island was conquered by Matambing. In 1486, Agung I was declared Hyang di-Patuan of the newly formed Terangauni Empire. Over the next several decades, Terangau expanded to encompass much of the Carolinian Islands, Nouvel Anglet, Kingsport, and the Dezevauni cities of X, Y, and Z. Beginning in the 1600s, contact with Euclea, specifically Gaullica and Estmere, led to the gradual erosion of the territorial integrity of Terangau. By the turn of the 19th century, Terangau had been reduced to just the island of Terangau itself. In 1856, Terangau officially became a Gaullican protectorate. Its protectorate status lasted until the end of the Great War, which saw Terangau become independent following Gaullica's surrender.

Terangau is officially a federal elective constitutional monarchy. The King, known as the Hyang di-Patuan, is the nation's head of state. The Hyang di-Patuan is elected by the Council of Twelve for a 10 year, non-consecutive term. The role of the monarchy is strictly defined, and the Council of Twelve can impeach the monarch should they act outside of their constitutional limitations. The legislature of the country is Parliament. Based heavily on the Gaullican Senate, the Terangauni Parliament is bicameral, made up of the upper-house Kedwaruang and lower-house Kesaruang, and led by the Premier.

The nation is considered to be a developed nation boasting a post-industrial economy. Terangau is a member of the Community of Nations, International Trade Organization, and the International Council of Democracy. Since its independence, Terangau has maintained a strict policy of armed neutrality.

Etymology

Terang - bright, clear au - palau - "island"

History

Antiquity

Butari Empire

Middle Ages

Neo-Butari Empire

Terangauni Empire

Gaullican Rule

Contemporary

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Council of Twelve

Senate

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