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In 892 HE, soldiers of Ak'mrîtun (872 HE - 49) built a camp on the eastern shores of the Ithen River. After five years of serving as a base for pacification efforts, it had become a fortress guarding the only bridge across a river known for dangerous currents, bothersome sirine, and things more sinister. When Ak'mrîtun's western frontier spread beyond the river, fortress became a rapidly growing town. Its original name was kept, Binê Sadôr, with Binê meaning "camp" in Langurâpha and Sadôr the name of a fabled sirine queen of the old Durkoth home-world of Osâchar.
For its first three centuries, Binê Sadôr was predominately home to Durkoth and Theegan. They turned a war camp into a rich and splendorous city, rivaling the old Horgon cities of the Durkoth home-world. In 1001 HE, Binê Sadôr replaced Argruxiel as Ak'mrîtun's capital.
When Ak'mrîtun fell to the "horse-worshipers turned Jara", Binê Sadôr was left a ruin. Krak-Oths Nail, a bridge spanning the Ithen, is still intact. Named after Ak'mrîtun's god-emperor, it is constructed with Gûn Helmet piles and columns and blutium girders. Maintenance is kept up by earth elemental crews out of Hornfels; it is said they are still be paid by Krak-Oth.