Civitates Foederatae Meridianae

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Tabula Civitatum Foederatarum Meridianarum secundum Ministerium Censorium. Definitiones regionum inter fontes variant.
Civitates rubro obscuro pictae saepe Meridies Altus (vel "verus" quidem) appellantur.[1][2]

Civitates Foederatae Meridianae[3] sunt geographica culturalisque Civitatum Foederatarum regio, quae inter Oceanum Atlanticum et Civitates Foederatas occidentales iacet, civitatibus mediis occidentalibus et septentrionalibus orientalibusque ad septentriones versus et Sinu Mexici ad meridiem versus iacentibus.

Civitates meridianae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Gradus Civitas Caput Gradus nationalis Incolae (2020 aest.)[4]
1 Texia Austinopolis 2 29,472,295
2 Florida Tallahassia 3 21,992,985
3 Georgia Atlanta 8 10,736,059
4 Carolina Septentrionalis Raleia 9 10,611,862
5 Virginia Ricmondia 12 8,626,207
6 Tennesia Nasburgum 16 6,897,576
7 Terra Mariae Annapolis 19 6,083,116
8 Carolina Meridiana Columbia 23 5,210,095
9 Alabama Mons Gomerici 24 4,908,621
10 Ludoviciana Rubribaculum 25 4,645,184
11 Kentukia Francofurtum 26 4,499,692
12 Oclahoma Oclahomopolis 28 3,954,821
13 Arcansia Petricula 33 3,038,999
14 Mississippia Iacsonia 35 2,989,260
15 Virginia Occidentalis Carolopolis 40 1,778,070
16 Delavaria Dubris 46 982,895

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. David Williamson. "UNC-CH surveys reveal where the ‘real’ South lies" .
  2. www.pfly.net.
  3. Etiam Meridies Americanus, et civitates meridianae, et plerumque in Civitatibus Foederatis Meridies tantum appellatae.
  4. "US States - Ranked by Population 2020". WorldPopulationReview .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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