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Mildgyth
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Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
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*History of Equestria, Part 3 - The Post-Haxamanid period*

After Alexandra's death in 547 BSE, her realm fell to infighting amongst her relatives and generals, and eventually amongst them, Seleuke secured most of the Equestrian Plateau, and her descendants would rule over the region for over a hundred years. However, some of the border regions were lost early on (specifically in the events of 470 BSE, amidst the Mudrayan queen Ptolemais III's invasion of Aram, and the power vaccum between the death of Antioche II and the accession of Seleuke II), such as Bakhtra, which broke away under the Yauna satrap Zeodota, and Parthava, which was overrun by a confederation of nomadic pegasi known as the _Dahyu_, led by _Arshak_, themselves having been displaced by the _Wendeling_ people. In time, the Dahyu would be assimilated by the locals. The whole proccess, however, led to the displacement of some local earth pony tribes, who eventually began wandering through the northern plains, mostly in a westward journey which would take them into the heart of Ereb within a few centuries.

Around 380 BSE, as the Seleukid realm fell into chronic dynastic infighting, the Parthavan queen Mithridad conquered most of the Equestrian Plateau and Asoristan, ending nearly two centuries of Yauna rule.

However, both the previous dynasty and the one that came after it were characterized by a even more decentralized form of government than in the Haxamanid era - whereas the Haxamanid satraps were appointed by the Xšayathiya Xšayathiyanam herself, after that dynasty's demise, the satrapies soon became largely autonomous hereditary queendoms, owing a loose allegiance to their Seleukid, and later on, Arshakid, overladies.

Outside of the Equestrian plateau itself, other post-Haxamanid states also formed amidst the break-up of Alexandra's empire. in Armina, _Mithrana_, former satrap of the region, and descendant of the Haxamanid queen Artaxšathra II, declared herself queen of the region although her domain would fall into the Seleukid sphere of influence, until it was annexed in 424 BSE. only ten years later, Ardashir, a memeber of a cadet branch of the Arminan royal house, led a rebellion against the Seleukians, reestablished the independence of the country, and established a dynasty that would make Armina into one of the most powerful states of the region.

Meanwhile, in similar circumstances, another satrap, _Aturpat_, then controlling the region of Matyene, just west of Armina, established a independent state that would eventually become a staunch ally of the Arshakids until its annexation in 146 BSE.

_Katpatuka_, a heavily equestrianized region in Asiya, was the center of two states - the northern part, therefore known as _Pontewxsin_, was taken by another former satrap, _Mithridad_, and while her queendom suffered a heavier Yaunan influence than the others, with most of its coastal territory being heavily settled by them, it would eventually become a regional power in its own right. the southern part, which was initially held by _Aryavratha_, would also be the center of another state, that never achieved the proeminence of its northern sibling, being under the influence of the Seleukids and the Mithridadids durign most of its existence.
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Mildgyth
Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

Moderator
Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 3 - The Post-Haxamanid period*

After Alexandra's death in 547 BSE, her realm fell to infighting amongst her relatives and generals, and eventually amongst them, Seleuke secured most of the Equestrian Plateau, and her descendants would rule over the region for over a hundred years. However, some of the border regions were lost early on (specifically in the events of 470 BSE, amidst the Mudrayan queen Ptolemais III's invasion of Aram, and the power vaccum between the death of Antioche II and the accession of Seleuke II), such as Bakhtra, which broke away under the Yauna satrap Zeodota, and Parthava, which was overrun by a confederation of nomadic pegasi known as the _Dahyu_, led by _Arshak_, themselves having been displaced by the _Wendeling_ people. In time, the Dahyu would be assimilated by the locals. The whole proccess, however, led to the displacement of some local earth pony tribes, who eventually began wandering through the northern plains, mostly in a westward journey which would take them into the heart of Ereb within a few centuries.

Around 380 BSE, as the Seleukid realm fell into chronic dynastic infighting, the Parthavan queen Mithridad conquered most of the Equestrian Plateau and Asoristan, ending nearly two centuries of Yauna rule.

However, both the previous dynasty and the one that came after it were characterized by a even more decentralized form of government than in the Haxamanid era - whereas the Haxamanid satraps were appointed by the Xšayathiya Xšayathiyanam herself, after that dynasty's demise, the satrapies soon became largely autonomous hereditary queendoms, owing a loose allegiance to their Seleukid, and later on, Arshakid, overladies.

Outside of the Equestrian plateau itself, other post-Haxamanid states also formed amidst the break-up of Alexandra's empire. in Armina, _Mithrana_, former satrap of the region, and descendant of the Haxamanid queen Artaxšathra II, declared herself queen of the region although her domain would fall into the Seleukid sphere of influence, until it was annexed in 424 BSE. only ten years later, Ardashir, a memeber of a cadet branch of the Arminan royal house, led a rebellion against the Seleukians, reestablished the independence of the country, and established a dynasty that would make Armina into one of the most powerful states of the region.

Meanwhile, in similar circumstances, another satrap, _Aturpat_, then controlling the region of Matyene, just west of Armina, established a independent state that would eventually become a staunch ally of the Arshakids until its annexation in 146 BSE.

_Katpatuka_, a heavily equestrianized region in Asiya, was the center of two states - the northern part, therefore known as Pontewxsin, was taken by another former satrap, _Mithridad_, and while her queendom suffered a heavier Yaunan influence than the others, with most of its coastal territory being heavily settled by them, it would eventually become a regional power in its own right. the southern part, which was initially held by _Aryavratha_, would also be the center of another state, that never achieved the proeminence of its northern sibling, being under the influence of the Seleukids and the Mithridadids durign most of its existence.
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Edited by Mildgyth
Mildgyth
Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

Moderator
Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 3 - The Post-Haxamanid period*

After Alexandra's death in 547 BSE, her realm fell to infighting amongst her relatives and generals, and eventually amongst them, Seleuke secured most of the Equestrian Plateau, and her descendants would rule over the region for over a hundred years. However, some of the border regions were lost early on (specifically in the events of 470 BSE, amidst the Mudrayan queen Ptolemais III's invasion of Aram, and the power vaccum between the death of Antioche II and the accession of Seleuke II), such as Bakhtra, which broke away under the Yauna satrap Zeodota, and Parthava, which was overrun by a confederation of nomadic pegasi known as the _Dahyu_, led by _Arshak_, themselves having been displaced by the _Wendeling_ people. In time, the Dahyu would be assimilated by the locals. The whole proccess, however, led to the displacement of some local earth pony tribes, who eventually began wandering through the northern plains, mostly in a westward journey which would take them into the heart of Ereb within a few centuries.

Around 380 BSE, as the Seleukid realm fell into chronic dynastic infighting, the Parthavan queen Mithridad conquered most of the Equestrian Plateau and Asoristan, ending nearly two centuries of Yauna rule.

However, both the previous dynasty and the one that came after it were characterized by a even more decentralized form of government than in the Haxamanid era - whereas the Haxamanid satraps were appointed by the Xšayathiya Xšayathiyanam herself, after that dynasty's demise, the satrapies soon became largely autonomous hereditary queendoms, owing a loose allegiance to their Seleukid, and later on, Arshakid, overladies.

Outside of the Equestrian plateau itself, other post-Haxamanid states also formed amidst the break-up of Alexandra's empire. in Armina, _Mithrana_, former satrap of the region, and descendant of the Haxamanid queen Artaxšathra II, declared herself queen of the region although her domain would fall into the Seleukid sphere of influence, until it was annexed in 424 BSE. only ten years later, Ardashir, a memeber of a cadet branch of the Arminan royal house, led a rebellion against the Seleukians, reestablished the independence of the country, and established a dynasty that would make Armina into one of the most powerful states of the region.

Meanwhile, in similar circumstances, another satrap, _Aturpat_, then controlling the region of Matyene, just west of Armina, established a independent state that would eventually become a staunch ally of the Arshakids until its annexation in 146 BSE.

_Katpatuka_, a heavily equestrianized region in Asiya, was the center of two states - the northern part was taken by another former satrap, _Mithridad_, and while her queendom suffered a heavier Yaunan influence than the others, with most of its coastal territory being heavily settled by them, it would eventually become a regional power in its own right. the southern part, which was initially held by _Aryavratha_, would also be the center of another state, that never achieved the proeminence of its northern sibling, being under the influence of the Seleukids and the Mithridadids durign most of its existence.
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Edited by Mildgyth
Mildgyth
Best Pink Pony - For being the first person to reach 50k uploads, managing the site's featured images, and countless other contributions to the site.
Ten years of changes - Celebrated the 10th anniversary of MLP:FiM!
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2020) - Took part in the 2020 Community Collab
Dream Come True! - Participated in the MLP 9th Anniversary Event
Wallet After Summer Sale -
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2019) - Celebrated Derpibooru's seventh year anniversary with friends
A Tale For The Ages - Celebrated MLP's 35th Anniversary and FiM's 8th Anniversary
Notoriously Divine Tagger - Consistently uploads images above and beyond the minimum tag requirements. And/or additionally, bringing over the original description from the source if the image has one. Does NOT apply to the uploader adding several to a dozen tags after originally uploading with minimum to bare tagging.
Friendship, Art, and Magic (2018) - Celebrated Derpibooru's six year anniversary with friends.
Cool Crow - "Caw!" An awesome tagger

Moderator
Humata, Hukhta, Hvarshta
*History of Equestria, Part 3 - The Post-Haxamanid period*

After Alexandra's death in 547 BSE, her realm fell to infighting amongst her relatives and generals, and eventually amongst them, Seleuke secured most of the Equestrian Plateau, and her descendants would rule over the region for over a hundred years. However, some of the border regions were lost early on (specifically in the events of 470 BSE, amidst the Mudrayan queen Ptolemais III's invasion of Aram, and the power vaccum between the death of Antioche II and the accession of Seleuke II), such as Bakhtra, which broke away under the Yauna satrap Zeodota, and Parthava, which was overrun by a confederation of nomadic pegasi known as the _Dahyu_, led by _Arshak_. In time, the Dahyu would be assimilated by the locals. The whole proccess, however, led to the displacement of some local earth pony tribes, who eventually began wandering through the northern plains, mostly in a westward journey which would take them into the heart of Ereb within a few centuries.

Around 380 BSE, as the Seleukid realm fell into chronic dynastic infighting, the Parthavan queen Mithridad conquered most of the Equestrian Plateau and Asoristan, ending nearly two centuries of Yauna rule.

However, both the previous dynasty and the one that came after it were characterized by a even more decentralized form of government than in the Haxamanid era - whereas the Haxamanid satraps were appointed by the Xšayathiya Xšayathiyanam herself, after that dynasty's demise, the satrapies soon became largely autonomous hereditary queendoms, owing a loose allegiance to their Seleukid, and later on, Arshakid, overladies.

Outside of the Equestrian plateau itself, other post-Haxamanid states also formed amidst the break-up of Alexandra's empire. in Armina, _Mithrana_, former satrap of the region, and descendant of the Haxamanid queen Artaxšathra II, declared herself queen of the region although her domain would fall into the Seleukid sphere of influence, until it was annexed in 424 BSE. only ten years later, Ardashir, a memeber of a cadet branch of the Arminan royal house, led a rebellion against the Seleukians, reestablished the independence of the country, and established a dynasty that would make Armina into one of the most powerful states of the region.

Meanwhile, in similar circumstances, another satrap, _Aturpat_, then controlling the region of Matyene, just west of Armina, established a independent state that would eventually become a staunch ally of the Arshakids until its annexation in 146 BSE.

_Katpatuka_, a heavily equestrianized region in Asiya, was the center of two states - the northern part was taken by another former satrap, _Mithridad_, and while her queendom suffered a heavier Yaunan influence than the others, with most of its coastal territory being heavily settled by them, it would eventually become a regional power in its own right. the southern part, which was initially held by _Aryavratha_, would also be the center of another state, that never achieved the proeminence of its northern sibling, being under the influence of the Seleukids and the Mithridadids durign most of its existence.
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Edited by Mildgyth