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A Euclean depiction of Omer Maal, the Hourege of Kambou influential in the early Djaladjic period.

Djaladjie, from the Ndjarendie word meaning "net", is a term used to describe the geopolitical order within Bahia during the Bahian Golden Age. Djaladjie is primarily applied to the situation in Bahia following the termination of armed hostilities between , which effectively marked the end of total war between Houregeries and a period of nominal peace across the subcontinent. The system was defined by often overlapping spheres of influence between great powers, who maintained hegemonic control over smaller Karanates, which in turn would dominate Sares in a manner similar to the Houregic system's societal structure. The adoption of Djaladjie coincides with the emergence of the Bahian Golden Age, and was the key motivating factor in the beginning of the Lourale ka Maoube. The term Fractal Statehood is sometimes used to describe Djaladjie in Euclean Bahianology.

Bahia before Djaladjie

Djaladjic era

Decline

Functionment

Great Houregery

Spheres of influence

Tetere

Kiroles and Free-Cities