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|Mizarate of Samadar|
|. Samadar Mizarât . |
Hasağah şahşur aşanəz
In God lies rectitude
|•||Battle of Najadar||1777|
|Today part of|| Araman|
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|History of Komania|
The Samadar Mizarate (Koman: Samadar Mizarât [IPA]), officially the Mizarate of Samadar, was a country bordering the Ashar Mizarate and Misharam Mizarate to the west, the Torosh Khanate to the east, and Araman to the north. The Samadar Mizarate shared the lineage of emperor Hadjamak together with the Ashar Mizarate, however, both Mizarates were entangled in dynastic feuds which culminated in the annexation of Samadar during the Warring Period.
The Mizarate derives its name from the historical city of Samadar where it was proclaimed shortly after the fall of the Great Horde.