• -1708 DR
  • The Cajaan Dynasty stabilizes in Calimshan, and the supreme ruler's title becomes pasha rather than bakkal. »

  • -1161 DR
  • In Calimshan, Ali el Samesaj saves the daughter of a Drakhon sultan from kidnapers, and he comes to the notice of Syl-Pahsa Adjam Drakhon, her grandfather. As a reward, he becomes a fixture in the sultan's court and his unofficial court wizard. »

  • -1080 DR
  • End of the wars between Calimshan and the beholder nations of the Alimir Mountains with the victory at Mintarn. The Pasha's Throne at Calimport now rules from the Sword Coast to Mintarn. The increased trade and influence sees Calimport nearly double in size (to nearly the size of present-day Waterdeep). »

  • -387 DR [Year of Shattered Walls]
  • The First Age of Tethyr
    Calishite-controlled Zazesspur is sacked in a surprise attack by Tethyrian barbarians. Two of the pasha's sons are slain, and ten years of massive retaliations by the Calishites begin. Zazessovertan falls to the united Tethyrian clan armies and is looted shortly before Zazesspur is sacked and burned. »

  • -200 DR [Year of Stonerising]
  • Syl-Pasha Kalil el Evyrtaan dies from thousands of viper bites, caused by a magic trap laid by some of his closest advisors. Vizar Asraf el Majizar rules over the start of the Fifth Age of Calimshan, and Calimport becomes a more organized city with structured trade and guilds of skilled workers. »

  • -150 DR [Year of Recompense]
  • Syl-Pasha Kamus yn Tasyn el Tarshaj of Calimport grants Tethyr the region known as Ankaram, the lands west of the Forest of Mir and north of the River Memnon. Although many in Tethyr believe this to be a reward for their aid in the Eye Tyrant Wars, it is a political move to weaken Calishite nobles amassing power against el Tarshaj. »

  • -78 DR [Year of the Gleaming]
  • Midsummer Akkabar el Shoon marries Munaa yr Shunnari el Tarchaj, the fifth daughter of Syl-Pasha Kadar. As a wedding gift, Akkabar becomes the Syl-Vizar (and ruler) of Memnon. »

  • -77 DR [Year of Flaming Stones]
  • Midwinter The deaths of nearly all members of el Tarshaj places Syl-Pasha Akkabar el Shoon on the caleph's throne, as he had planned. »

  • -6 DR [Year of Scarlet Scourges]
  • Tethyrian royals (including king Nishan II Ithal, and his third son, Clovis) are slain by pirates. Syl-Pasha Amahl I Shoon secretly congratulates himself on arranging the coup and takes the throne, though his attempts to link the murders with the rising power of the Rundeen merchant cabal fails.
    Yardane is taken into exile. »

  • -3 DR [Year of Ruins]
  • King Amahl I of Tethyr dies of poison at the direction of his grandfather Syl-Pasha Akkabar el Shoon. His nephew, Amahl II Ithal, becomes king of Tethyr. A scourging of Ithal clan lands begins. »

  • 15 DR [Year of Glittering Glory]
  • King Amahl II of Tethyr dies and is succeeded by his only son, Amahl III. The syl-pasha moves his court and much of Calimshan's power to Shoonarch. Since Calimport remains the primary port for his empire even though it is no longer his capital, Syl-Pasha Akkabar Shoon establishes a tightly controlled puppet dynasty on the caleph's throne. »

  • 27 DR [Year of Shadowed Blades]
  • Syl-Pasha Akkabar dies mysteriously, and Amahl III Shoon rules both Calimshan and Tethyr. Abandoning the old times, Amahl crowns himself qysar (emperor) over both, joining them as the Shoon Imperium. The qysar places his brother-in-law, Rahman Cormal, on Tethyr's throne, beginning the Cormal Dynasty of Tethyr. Start of the Sixth Age of Calimshan, also known as the Age of Shoon. »

  • 457 DR [Year of the Unfurled Flag]
  • The syl-pasha and his sons are destroyed from below as various agents set off magical explosions to destroy the entire Pasha's Sabban and much of the adjoining slaves' residence. The adjacent destruction sparks fires that last through the Feast of the Moon in Calimshan. »

  • 533 DR [Year of the Shattered Manacles]
  • The Mameluk slave warriors overthrow the rulers of Calimport and the other major cities and establish a free country without slavery. Since Calimport had stood long as a slaver's port, the Mameluk rulers abandon the city, taking the caleph's throne to Manshaka, the new capital. They also abandon the title of Syl-Pasha in favor of the far older Murabir (Warlord), not used since Mir's days of independence. »

  • 1182 DR [Year of the Tomb]
  • Cities of Calimshan recognize the rule of the pasha of Calimport. »

  • 1241 DR [Year of the Lost Lady]
  • The Pasha of Calimport is assassinated by his rivals. »

  • 1352 DR [Year of the Dragon]
  • Pasha Balik begins his rule in Zazesspur with the hiden aid of the Knights of the Shield. »

  • 1364 DR [Year of the Wave]
  • An agent of the Knights of the Shield assassinates Pasha Balik in his bed. »