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The '''Jistka Imperium''' (pronounced JIHST-kuh)<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|246}}</ref> ruled over north-western [[Garund]] from the early years of the [[Age of Anguish]] (ca. [[-4120 AR]]), through the first 700 years of the [[Age of Destiny]].<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|201}}</ref> Lack of a strong trade route helped speed the eventual decline of the Imperium. The newly-risen kingdoms of [[Osirion#History|Ancient Osirion]] were simply easier for Jistka's eastern trade partners to reach.  Little remains of this truly ancient empire, having been lost to the passing years, the sands of the desert, or by adoption by other cultures.<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|222}}</ref>
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The '''Jistka Imperium''' (pronounced JIHST-kuh)<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|246}}</ref> ruled over north-western [[Garund]] from the early years of the [[Age of Anguish]] (ca. [[-4120 AR]]), through the first 700 years of the [[Age of Destiny]].  Lack of a strong trade route helped speed the eventual decline of the Imperium around [[-2674 AR]].<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|201}}</ref>  The newly-risen kingdoms of [[Osirion#History|Ancient Osirion]] were simply easier for Jistka's eastern trade partners to reach.  Little remains of this truly ancient empire, having been lost to the passing years, the sands of the desert, or by adoption by other cultures.<ref>{{Cite book/Campaign Setting|222}}</ref>
  
 
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The Jistka Imperium (pronounced JIHST-kuh)[1] ruled over north-western Garund from the early years of the Age of Anguish (ca. -4120 AR), through the first 700 years of the Age of Destiny. Lack of a strong trade route helped speed the eventual decline of the Imperium around -2674 AR.[2] The newly-risen kingdoms of Ancient Osirion were simply easier for Jistka's eastern trade partners to reach. Little remains of this truly ancient empire, having been lost to the passing years, the sands of the desert, or by adoption by other cultures.[3]

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