Shartab-Krûal in central Dur-Kosha

Shartap-Krûal, the palace of the Chief of the Uruk-kosh stood in the

middle of Kosha territory. Though it resembled a low hill from a distance, it was actually a covered earthwork village a couple of centuries old. A major track linked the palace to the tribal villages. Messengers often traveled north and south bearing orders for the Sub-chiefs who were heads of the other settlements. Scattered about within a half-mile radius of the palace were the burnt skeletons of trees. Hanging from timber gibbets interspersed among the trees were the remains of unwanted prisoners and other horrific objects.


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