• -5800 DR
  • The nation of Jhaamdath is born when human settlements north of the Chondalwood unit under the Dath Dynasty and its greatest psionic warrior, Jhaam Dath. Jhaamdath eventually meets Coramshan near the Lake of Steam, and the two empires struggle for centuries over control of this area. »

  • -5750 DR
  • Jhaamdath's psionic leaders found Naarkolyth, the First City of the Sword. »

  • -5730 DR
  • Through the great psion mystic Laszik Silvermind, the deity Auppenser delivers to the people of Jhaamdatha plan for the empire's growth and prosperity. Jhaamdath quickly enacts Auppenser's first divine percept, outlawing slavery throughout the land. »

  • -5725 DR
  • Laszik crafts the first udoxias, a powerful psionic artifact. Psionic beings in mental contact with the udoxias are granted access to one of many powers contained within. The range of the udoxias extends for miles beyond Naarkolyth, and many citizens throughout the region flock to the city to acquire this mysterious mind-magic. »

  • -5700 DR
  • Jhaamdath abandons its oligarchy and adopts a psiocratic government. »

  • -5600 DR
  • Porrenath is founded, becoming the Second City of the Sword in Jhaamdath. »

  • -5500 DR
  • Jhouram the Port City becomes the Third City of the Sword. The first Jhaamdathan navy is commissioned by the ruling psiocracy. »

  • -5425 DR
  • Gharrent and Golmuth are founded as the Fourth and Fifth Cities of the Sword (Jhaamdath). »

  • -5330 DR
  • The war between Coramshan and High Shanatar is used by the psiocracy to justify the founding of Lirremar (present-day Hlondeth), Jhaamdath's Sixth City of the Sword. »

  • -5250 DR
  • The twin cities of Tuoxent and Hollinth become the Jhaamdath's Seventh and Eighth Cities of the Sword. »

  • Mir-Jhaamdath War
  • -5032 DR to -5005 DR
    The armies of Mir and Jhaamdath clash for the first time north of the small fishing town of Ankport, and Mir is dealt a crushing blow. For the next twenty five years, Jhaamdath pursues and pushes the army of Mir back all the way to Saradush. »

  • -5007 DR
  • The two kingdoms of Coramshan and Mir are united under the rulership of Ukhar IV in response to the threat from Jhaamdath. »

  • -5006 DR
  • Coramshan successfully counterattacks, pushing Jhaamdath back to Saelmur. »

  • -5005 DR
  • Coramshan and Jhaamdath declare a truce, and both nations abandon their claims to the Lake of Steam. »

  • c. -5000 DR
  • The colony of Ankhapur is founded by settlers from Jhaamdath. »

  • -4850 DR
  • Jhirrent is founded, becoming the Ninth City of the Sword (Jhaamdath). »

  • -4620 DR
  • Inixrien is founded, becoming the Tenth City of the Sword (Jhaamdath). »

  • -4470 DR
  • Corrant is founded, becoming the Eleventh City of the Sword (Jhaamdath). »

  • -4230 DR
  • Mirrindith the Last becomes the Twelfth CIty of the Sword in Jhaamdath. »

  • Age of Humanity
  • -3000 DR to 1358 DR
    With the elf and dwarf empires in decline, this era marks a dramatic increase in human expansion on Toril. The Mighty human empires of Calimshan, Mulhorand, and Unther arise during this era, as well as the now lost empires of Nethril, Jhaamdath, Narfell, and Raumathar.

    Towards the end of this era is a time of exploration and discovery, when new continents are discovered in the west (such as Maztica) and trade is reestablished with the east (Kara-Tur). The Great Glacier retreats, uncovering the realms of Vaasa and Damara. »

  • -1603 DR
  • Noble families among the bladelords of Jhaamdath construct the magical refuge of Dhinnilith, a secure pocket plane accessed through the palace at Naarkolyth. »