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Maximal extent of the Hakkhai Empire (c. 5456 Ʋ
|Languages||Classical Hakkhai (official), Taha, Oskaru, Iksa, East Hakkhai, Djakamentan, Old Khmyh, (others...)|
|•||Conquest by the URC||5598 Ʋ|
|•||Planned execution of the Hakkhai people||5598 Ʋ-5767 Ʋ|
The Hakkhai Empire (Classical Hakkhai: Khrsa’hlatär he’Akkhai, KPA: [‘kʀ̥̝͡sʌʔɮɑt̪ɑ:ɾ hɛʔɑk’cʌɪ], literally Dominions of the Akkhai), sometimes called the Kingdom of the Everlasting Fire or more simply Hakkhai, was an ancient empire spanning across much of north-eastern Anakuria from 4853 Ʋ to 5598 Ʋ.
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|“||In the deep lands of the East live a curiously savage people ... their people having skin akin to the [Vespian] Scourge and their language harsh and animal. They live in grey cities deep in the bracken where they practice a brutal religions to false Gods forsaken by EMATAN, praised be his name. These people, who, despite showing the familiar indicators of civilisation, are nevertheless puzzlingly primitive ... They wear but little cloth and their sodomy is unashamed and wholeheartedly practiced in faith and in public ... They murder their children for the entertainment of their Gods ... They are merciless to their enemies and cruel to their children ... And yet, despite all these indications of civilisation, these people maintain a savageness most distasteful to our great people.||”|
|— Letter from explorer Hajatan ezh'Hakaar to the merchant court of ezh'Sy, the first known description of the Hakkhai by non-Anakurians, 5516 Ʋ.|