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Tartessa (old)

Tartesian Confederation
Confederázie Tatezre
Flag of Tartes
Emblem of Tartes
Vero in Via Eternal
Latin "Towards the Path Eternal"
Victorial Imperion Piovolare
Carvetan "The Victorious Empire of the People"
Capital Remorium
Largest City Veliadore
Official languages Carvetan
Recognised regional languages various
Demonym Tartesian
Government Unicameral Parliamentary Confederation with elements of Direct Democracy on a state level
• President
Marcia VI (MDL)
Clotille Cerezini (PDP)
Legislature Senate of the Tartes
• The GLR in Remorium
998 CE
• Tartesian Federation
• Current Constitution
July 4, 1913
• 2015 census
• Density
Gini 48.22
HDI (2013) 0.773
Currency Correo (₡) (TCR)
Driving side left
Calling code +12
Internet TLD .ts

The Tartes is a confederal state located within Conitia, bordered by Cortoguay, Thietsch, Vermonse and Francillie. Situated on the southern part of the Lazarene Sea, it has sea borders with Masseau. A confederation, The Tartes contains about 26 states and 7 free cities, one of which, Remorium, is the capital of the confederation. Its largest city, Veliadore, is the capital of the state of Palatine Magine. It has a total land area of XXXkm² and a sea territory of XXXkm². As of recent survey, there are 64,453,344 people residing in the Tartes.

Succeeding the earlier Latin Holy Republic, which is in turn descended from a rump state of the much more ancient Latin Republic, The Tartes claims continuous descent from the ancient polity. With this in mind, the confederation boasts a tradition of republicanism and liberal values, despite a number of its member states are monarchies. Today, its central government is a multiparty liberal democracy.


The Tartes is structured as a republican confederation of 33 quasi-autonomous member-states, collectively coordinated by the unicameral Senate of Tartes in the capital city of Remorium. On the confederal level, the Tartes is helmed by the President (also called Consul, after the Latin tradition) as Head of State and the Chancellor as Head of Government. The Senate is convened by the Chancellor. Despite the monarchical nature of the majority of its members, the Tartes, as a whole is regarded as a Multiparty Liberal Democracy.


Contrary to most presidencies, the Tartesian Presidency only Head of State and is not an elected body. Instead, it is more of regarded as a ceremonial role, akin to constitutional monarchies. The Presidency is rotated among the rulers of the 33 member-states. Despite its lack of executive power, the Presidency is not purely ceremonial. Other than being given powers during a state of heightened emergency, their common duties are based around cultural departments. The President is also the nominal chief of the Armed Forces of the Tartes. Today, the current president is Marzia IV, the Queen-Elect of Magdalene.

The Chancellor instead serves as the effective head of government and chief executive of the Confederal Cabinet. Elected by the Tartesian citizenry through single transferrable vote, the Chancellor is tasked for the convention of the Senate and the handling of the Confederal Government. The nonpartisan Chancellor also has the power to appoint the Confederal Cabinet from the Senate through Sortition. The Chancellor also serves as the nominal advisory body of the President.


There are two forms of legislature that exist within the Confederation: the Senate of the Tartes, which operates on a confederal level, and the State Assemblies, local legislative bodies within the member-states. Only Remorium does not have a state assembly.

The Senate of Tartes serves as the national legislature of the Confederation. Elected every 4 years from one-seat constituencies in each state, the 330-seat Senate is a democratically founded body. From the Senate, the nonpartisan Chancellor and the President appoints the executive through Sortition. Because of this, no clear faction has been regarded as a "dominant party" within the Senate.

State Assemblies is the collective term for the legislative or conciliar bodies that govern each member-states, serving as the local counterpart to the central legislature in Remorium, having their own constitutions and laws so long as it does not compromise the Confederal Convention. Due to the autonomous nature of the states, these assemblies vary in their way of electing their legislature, ranging from democratic election to sortition.

The Senate can only pass laws that goes on a confederal level. Any proposed law that might compromise state-assembly passed rulings must be discussed with the Senate and the leaders of the state assemblies before consideration of discussion within the Senate itself.

Administrative divisions

The Tartes is a confederation composed of 26 states and 7 free cities.

Culture and Society

A pivotal part of the Latin Republic in the ancient times, along with it being a geographical center, the Tartes has become both a crossroads and bastion of various conitian cultures and traditional Latin culture, respectively. Over time, the Tartes in its modern form is a synergistic union of modernity and the two earlier cultures.


The Tartes has a long tradition in the visual arts even before their rule under the Latin republic, starting with the Rasennan tribes.


For a long time, Tartes, particularly Remorium, has been a hotbed for classical style.


The Tartes has been one of the main proponents of Modernism and Illustrazie art styles.


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Máta is one of the leading underground producers from Tartes, being one of the spearheads of the Drack Arthouse genre.

The Tartes, much like any other Latin society, has music as a vital part of their culture. Stemming back from the days of the ancient republic, the Tartes hosts a very long and diverse musical tradition, primarily centered on Vocal music. Vocal music was rooted in the ancient Remorian priesthoods of the Latin Republic, which was carried over by the Orthodox Church through their usage of the Sacral Chant in their worship. Along with this, Opera had a very considerable following in the 18th and 19th centuries, during the Romantic period. Traditionally, all orchestral music in Tartes are usually accompanied by choir. Choral composers such as Savaren Regino and Nicolas Aquelle have been noted to be exemplary figures within this brand of music.

Even today, modern Tartesian music makes value of the human voice, no matter which genre. This was amplified with the rise of electronic music, the introduction of sampling and synthesizers made the utilization and manipulation of vocals easier and more expansive. Drack Arthouse, an electronic genre native to Tartes is regarded as the full example of the Tartesian manipulation of voice in modern electronic music.

Another particular trait in modern Tartesian music is their utilization of lively rhythm and melody. Adopted and developed from the traditions of the Nautasian immigrants and naturalezæ that entered the country during the Belléra period, the synergistic genres of the Espetra and Givele (bass-supported rhythms and melodies) and politically-charged Rytmi Notasie (the mix of Nautasian vocal style and rhythm and Latin instrumentation and melody) were developed in the eastern states, bordering Cortoguay. Jazz also had a strong foothold in the cities of Veliadore and Madranza, major places with pluricultural backgrounds. In modern times, chillwave Hip-hop and its subsequent Trip-hop have been making grounds across the country's younger populace.

Tartes is also host to one of the most active underground music scenes in the world. Critics cite Tartes, particularly the Palatine Magine region, as the "haven of independent producers". Various scenes of various genres ranging from rock, IDM to house are alive and well within Tartes. The online music platform invitesoul is one of the main showcases of such music to the world.


Republic Glorious of Carmelia
Rècivienne Gloire d'Carmellie
Flag of Rajavlitra/latinates
Salut à Raison de la Danes Adificaresse
Salute to the reason of the Ladies Architect
‘’Cante pour l’Enfants’′
Ode to our Children
Location of Carmella (blue) within the Domum Amatoria (light blue)
Location of Carmella (blue) within the Domum Amatoria (light blue)
Capital Dorvona
Largest city Broux
Official languages Carmelian language
Religion Amatorism
Demonym Carmelian
Government Directorial Judicial Republic
• Cantienne
Edith d’Joannien
Khhoat Traung
Valerie Nordanie
Adif Çaronnier
Pauline Apace
Legislature Conseil Civile
• Latian Republic
400 AAE
• Matriarchate of Palazia
• Regnal Republic of Carmel
• Current Constitution
• 2104 census
Currency Aurel (CAR)
Driving side left
Calling code +007
Internet TLD .cr

Carmella is a directorial commonwealth bordered by Terennia and Valencia-Lumero. They, like most Rasnean countries, are socially matriarchal.

general concept


Valencea and Lumero

Blessed Judicate of Valencea and Lumero
Jiudicatta Beata de Valença et Lumero
Flag of Rajavlitra/latinates
Asta Mortem, Piu Sempre Utro
Until Death, Further Always Beyond
Marça porla Matru Arette i Prudente
March for the Virtuous and Prudent Mother
Location of Valencia-Lumero (blue) within the Cooperative Rasnean Union (light blue)
Location of Valencia-Lumero (blue) within the Cooperative Rasnean Union (light blue)
Capital Carnata
Largest city Porto Cadenna
Official languages Lorentzine
Religion Amatorism
Demonym Valencian, Lumerian
Government Amatorian Judicial republic Repauciate
• Judgess
Joana Arcedera
• Matriarch
Livia III
Legislature General Court
• from Alvare
1580 CE????
• 2104 census
Currency Aurel (VLA)
Driving side left
Calling code +007
Internet TLD .vl