Koman Warring period
|Great Warring period|
|c. 1657–1811 CE|
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The Koman Warring period (Koman: Hādqar Nasureh; Hâdkhar Nasureh) also commonly known as the Great Warring Period (Koman: Hazādqar Nasureh; Hazâdkhar Nasureh) was an era in Koman history characterised by warfare, as well as military and societal reforms culminating in consolidation. It is partly a continuation of the aftermath of the Fall of the Great Horde and its total fragmentation, noted by the countless wars that arose in consequence. The period follows the proclamation and expansion of the Ashar Mizarate, eventually clashing with bordering states and the ultimate annexation of said states, ending with the Tughanjuh Proclamation which laid the foundations for the establishment of the Imperial State (1811).
The overall political geography of this era was dominated by 5 political entities, namely:
- The Ashar Mizarate located around the Great Crescent bordering the Vos states and mostly centered along the Ojsah river.
- The Samadar Mizarate centered around the Hayeman valley.
- The Misharam Khanate (later becoming a Mizarate in 1729) south of the Hayeman valley.
- The Sarek Principality sandwiched between the Braghak river and the Kashis River.
- The Torosh Khanates, itself composed of 3 political entities:
The term Asaman Realm is often used to address all of these entities as they roughly demarcated the former Imperial territories of the Great Horde, that is, territories under the direct rule of the emperor.
The Samar Holy Order, although functioning as a loose faction of Shawadii warlords, was proclaimed in 1709 CE around the territories nominally controlled by the Misharam Khanate. These centered around the Samar Castle and the adjacent network of fortresses around it.