Muipidan HistoryΒΆ

Muipido emerged as a subgroup of the earlier Three Rivers culture by about -1200, and by -500 had absorbed or conquered the other Three Rivers nations and established itself as the dominant force in the area. It continued expanding along the Lagendeda river and its two main tributaries, the Pandido and Hmondido, conquering Kharul to the west and spreading into the eastern forests by the 1st century. But in the 6th century, the central government began losing control of the outlying areas, and by 616 the empire had completely broken up into a patchwork of city-states.