|Empire of Armenia|
|Secretariat of Global Defense Administration|
|Avg. Pop. Density||78.05 people per mi²|
|Other Cities||Armavir, Tigranocerta|
The Empire of Armenia is primarily upon the Armenian Highland, a highly elevated, hilly region. The highest point in the Empire of Armenia is Mount Ararat, at 5,137 meters (16,854 feet) tall. the Empire of Armenia is primarily temperate, but is semiarid in some areas. Temperatures tend to average around 18-33 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter, and 58-92 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. In the northern frontiers of the Empire are the Caucasian foothills and mountains, and there are small amounts of steppes north of the Caucasus under Armenian control. Armenia holds a small amount of coastline in Northeast Anatolia, but there have been talks of a merger with the city of Phasis, Georgia.
Culture and religion Edit
The Empire of Armenia is relatively diverse, culturally and religiously. Results of the 1991 Census are as following:
- 64.8% Armenian (116,880 citizens)
- 14.2% Georgian (25,613 citizens)
- 10.6% Turkish (19,199 citizens)
- 5.2% Persian (9,379 citizens)
- 3.6% Kurdish (6,493 citizens)
- 0.9% Hebraic, a blanket term for Hebrews, Ashkenazim, and other traditionally Jewish ethnic groups (1,623 citizens)
- 0.6% Alan and other Steppe peoples (1,082 citizens)
- 0.1% other, usually Slavic or Chechen (180 citizens)
- 49.6% Zoroastrian (89,464 citizens)
- 25.9% Christian, mainly Eastern Orthodox or Armenian Apostolic (46,716 citizens)
22.8% kAfirs, always Shia (41,125 citizens) Edit
- 0.9% Jewish (1,623 citizens)
- 0.8% other, mainly Tengri and Armenian pagan (1,443 citizens)
The economy of the Empire of Armenia is based around agriculture, oil drilling, and steel refining. The average income per day is $2.95, for a total $1,076.75 per capita per year. Yerevan is a financial center, home to banks and the Yerevan soccer stadium, Armavir is more militarized than the other cities, but recent economic stimulation has risen the average wage, Tigranocerta is an industrial powerhouse, making most citizens lower-class factory workers.
The Empire of Armenia is protected by the Imperial Armenian Armed Forces, or IAAF. All male citizens are given military training and put into a national conscription database. There are 14,500 active duty professional infantrymen, 40 tanks, and a modest air force of 3 aircraft. There is no navy, but there have been talks amongst various government figures to found one.