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Revision as of 03:51, 27 March 2020

Palakili
LocationOya'in
Regionundetermined
History
BuilderWahi Empire
Founded812
Abandoned872
CulturesKapukan, Wahi
Satellite ofWahi Empire

Palakili (Kapukan: ㅍㅏㄹㅏㅋㅣㄹㅣ, Modern Zhenian: 팔라키리) was an ancient settlement by the Wahi Empire. The settlement was founded in 1812 and lasted for another 60 years until its abandonment in 872. The settlement was seen as the start of Hanmaric cultural spread to the native people groups of Oya'in.

Foundation

Abandonment

Legacy