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|Area||27,892,902 km2 (10,769,510 sq mi)|
|Pop. density||106/km2 (276/sq mi)|
|Countries||8 (list of countries)|
|Languages||English, Insuian, Latin, Corummese and many others|
|Time Zones||UTC-4:00 to UTC+2:00|
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Sarpedon is a continent and geographic subregion located near the equator and prime meridian. It is bound by the Sea of Odoneru to the north, by the Sea of Istroya to the east, the Omnium Ocean to the south, and the Kindreds Sea and Aquilonem Ocean to the west. It is the third largest continent
Sarpedon covers an area of about 27,892,902 square kilometers (10,769,510 square miles), about 22.1% of the world's land area and about 3.3% of its total surface. It is the third largest continent by area, following Crona and Punth, and the third by population after Punth and Levantia. In 2029, its population was estimated at nearly 3 billion people in six independent states and eight dependencies.
Latin influences are strongest in the northern parts of the continent while indigenous and Punthite influences are relatively stronger in the south. Because of the history of colonialism, most Northern Sarpedonians speak Insuian, Latin, or Spanish and societies and states commonly reflect Occidental traditions.
- 1 Extent
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Demographics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Culture
- 7 See also
Countries, territories, and dependencies
|Flag||Country or territory||Area
|Krasoa Islands (KR)||29,310||17,572,000||600||Rack City|
|Melian Islands (KR)||64,502||5,420,000||84||Thucydia|
|North Corummese Republic||171,820||23,016,564||134||Duyuan|
|Saint Kennera (KR)||5,439||365,000||67||Port St. Kennera|
|Sydona Islands (KR)||117,404||56,246,000||479||Destransar|
Sarpedon is very diverse when it comes to religions. Although the region doesn't boast the founding of any large religions, it has been the founding place of many sects since ancient times. Caphirian Catholicism is the largest present religion but other sects that originated there, such as Shia Islam and Samaritan Judaism, are also well represented. Christians, in general, represent more than half of Sarpedon's population. There are also other important minority religions like the Recepi Alevism.