I’ll admit I’ve decided a few new things in writing this up, and reserve the right to correct any problems I find later. It is all written intentionally vaguely, but this is in part because there is a lot of lost, or confusing history and disagreement intended. Meant to echo subtle things such as the unlikely ages of some biblical figures, or the doubtful authenticity of any aspect of arthurian legend, but all are more likely true(r) in this context.
I intend this to be something of a living document as I track down little things I have (somewhere,) but also part of a series tackling different epochs of world history.
This is none the less, largely codifying my operating understanding of the history of the world, with a few flourishes along the way.
Though exact dates for anything much before 200 B.E. are hotly debated by scholarly circles, most are willing to oblige approximate decades of various significant historical events as far back as the commonly given 750 B.E. for the founding of Osyrae, and the declaration of Osir as King (Koning.)Continue reading “A History of Thaea: The Osyraen Period”