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Translation to other Languages

(Sahidic) Coptic: http://sahidica.warpco.com/SahidicaLexicon.htm

Akkadian: http://www.premiumwanadoo.com/cuneiform.languages/dictionary/index_en.php

(?) Aramaic: http://www.atour.com/dictionary/

Syriac?: http://www.premiumwanadoo.com/cuneiform.languages/syriac/

Sumerian: http://psd.museum.upenn.edu/epsd/nepsd-frame.html

Avestan: http://www.avesta.org/avdict/avdict.htm

Pahlavi: http://www.rabbinics.org/pahlavi/MacKenzie-PahlDict.pdf


Persian Empire Flags

Flag Contest?

I might be opening a flag contest for the timeline.

MORE INFO SOON


Maps

SMOldWorld600

The world just before the Armenian collapse (and my first map on Inkscape, as well).

Middle East SM Aramaic Language

The Aramaic language (and dialect)'s extent on the Saint Muhammad timeline.

SMNAfricaafterByzantineCollapse

Northeast Africa after the independence of the Egyptian Empire and the Kingdom of Pentapolis and Tripolitania


Saint Muhammad

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Mandaestan

𐡌𐡀𐡍𐡃𐡉𐡀𐡍𐡀'𐡎𐡕𐡀𐡍(short name in Aramaic-alphabet Mandaic, Mandeyan'stan)?


Syriac: ‎ܨܡܐܢܕܐܝܐܢܬܐܢ (Mandayanstan/Mendeyensten)?


I don't know Aramaic, so I have no idea to prove whether that's true or not


Official Names

Nation


Official Name


Alternative names


Notes


Kingdom of Spain


Regnum Hespañæ (Refined Spanish)
Regno Españae (Vulgar Spanish)
Þiudinassus Hspan (Gothic)


Kingdom of Hispania (Regnum Hispaniæ, Regno Hispánico)
Visigoth Kingdom (Gutþiuda Þiudinassus, Gothic Alternative)



Kingdom of Italy


Regnum d'Italliæ (Refined Italian)
Regno Italico (Vulgar Italian)
Könger Itali (Italo-Lombard)
Þiudinassus Italiæ (Italo-Goth)


Kingdom of the Latins (Regnum d'Latin, Regno Latino, Könger Latini, Þiudinassus Latie)



Kingdom/Empire/Land of Aram


(Mat) Arāmit (ܐܪܡܝܐ, (M't) 'R'm't, Aramaic)
Aqlu Aramaiti (Aqlu Aramaiti , 'K'l'u R'm't,Akkadian)
Arāmshahr (Pahlavi Persian)
Al-Mamlákah al-Aram (ال-مامل'اكاح ال-ارام,Arabic)
Vasíleio ti̱ s Aram (Ωασἰλειο τἱσ Αραμ, Greek)


Aramea, Mesopo-Syria


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Saved Pictures

(For pictures I'd like to use instead of uploading new ones)


Aramaic anthem

Akkadian

(special thanks to the Akkadian dictionary, http://www.premiumwanadoo.com/cuneiform.languages/dictionary/index_en.php )

Aramaita (Aram)

Gitmālu baštu (perfect source of pride)

Dādu adi darûni-ka (Love thy till the end of the Earth)

Naḫāšu erṣutu bussuru-ka (abundant land, thy bring me)

Bu' āru, Elēṣ libbi (love and happiness)


Ey!

Bibbil libbi-Ammāmin ṭābu-ani  (for you I only wish good)

Tadanu-anu kenuttu-ka (My loyalty I swear to thy)

Amarru (To Aram's king)

Birtu-ani (I'll be your fortress)


Aramaic

Population of the World

(in millions, under constriction)

600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000
200 210 215 260 270 320 360 360 290 300 370 450 600 700 1000 1200

Calendars

The Year of Our Lord 2.013 would also be:

  • the Year 2581 of the Age of Zoroaster
    • The Year 11581 of the Revised Age of Zoroaster
  • the Year 6673 of the Temple at Assur
  • the Year 7521, Anno Mundi
  • the Years 1721 and 1722 of Egypt
  • the Years 2005 and 2006 of Abyssinia
  • the Years 5771 and 5772, Anno Mundi (of the Hebrew variety)
  • the Year 1789 of the Sassanid Age

Provinces of Aram

Middle East SM Aramaic provinces

The provinces of Aram, WIP)

  • Aramaic is portrayed as its different dialects: Chaldean, Assyrian, Mandaic, Neo-Imperial, Judeo-Aramaic, Armenio-Aramaic, Syriac, Nabatean and Awal Aramaic.
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Province Capital Official Language (most used to least used)* Liturgical Language Religion (most used to least used) Notes
Flag of Babylon Babylon Babylon City Most dialects of Aramaic (mostly Neo-Imperial), Persian, Greek, Arabic Akkadian, Imperial Aramaic, Amorrite, Kassite Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism Capital region of Aram
 CSAO Flag CSAO (Ctesiphon-Seleucia-[Veh] Ardashir-[New] Opis) CSAO Most dialects of Aramaic, Persian, Greek Akkadian, Avestan, Classic Greek, Kassite Zoroastrianism, Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism, Judaism Most populated territory in Aram, also CSVA (Ctesiphon-Seleucia-Veh Ardashir)
Caldea Chaldea Sippar Chaldean Akkadian Nestorian Christianity
Babylon Kardunias Kish Chaldean Kassite Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism, Medinan Christianity Also called "Kassitistan"
Amorite flag SM Amurristan New Nippur Chaldean Sumerian, Amorite Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism
Sumerian flag Sumer New Ur Chaldean, Persian, Arabic Sumerian Neo-Paganism, Zoroastrianism, Medinan Christianity, Nestorian Christianity
Mandaic flag Mandaestan Susa Mandaic, Persian, Arabic Avestan, Classical Mandaic Mandaeism, Manichaeism Only Mandaic-majority province.
Democratic Avesta Elam New Anshan Persian Elamite Zoroastrianism, Neo-Paganism Only Persian-only region.
Flag of Arabistan Khuzestan Babylon-on-the-Zagros Kurdish, Arabic, Luri, Neo-Imperial Aramaic Avestan Kurdish Paganism
Flag of Assyria Assur Arrapkha Assyrian Akkadian, Old Aramaic Nestorian Christianity, Judaism, Neo-Paganism
Old Assyrian Flag Nineveh Nineveh  Assyrian  Imperial Aramaic, Uartuan, Akkadian Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism
Flag of Urartu Urartu Meyshta Armenian, Armenio-Aramaic Urartuan, Proto-Armenian Orthodox Christianity
Adiabene Arbela Judeo-Aramaic Hebrew Judaism, Neo-Paganism Only Jewish region in Aram
Iraq New Mari Neo-Imperial Aramaic Akkadian Nestorian Christianity, Neo-Paganism
Edessa Edessa Syriac Greek Miaphysite Christianity
Antioch Antioch Syriac, Phoenician, Assyrian, Greek, Phoenician Ancient Greek Miaphysitism, Nestorianism, Judaism, Neo-Paganism
Damascus Damascus Syriac, Phoenician, Greek Ancient Greek, Akkadian Miaphysitism, Medinan Christianity, Nestorianism
Palmyra Palmyra Nabatean, Phoenician, Arabic, Greek Latin, Ancient Greek Neopaganism, Nestorian Christianity, Medinan Christianity also called Syria
Nabatea Ammon Nabatean, Arabic, Hebrew, Coptic Old Nabatean, Moabite, Amorite Medinan Christianity, Judaism
Petra Petra Nabatean, Arabic, Coptic Edomite, Amorite, Moabite, Ancient Egyptian Medinan Christianity
Maranatha Maranatha, Eliat Coptic, Neo-Imperial Aramaic, Nabatean, Hebrew, Arabic Imperial Aramaic, Classical Arabic, Ancient Egyptian, Hebrew Nestorian Christianity, Coptic Christianity, Judaism, Medinan Christianity Only Coptic-majority state
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