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'''Lahmia''' is a ruined city in [[Nehekhara]]. It is located on the eastern side of the [[Worlds Edge Mountains]] and in the northern region of that area.
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'''Lahmia''' is a ruined city in [[Nehekhara]]. It is located on the eastern side of the [[Worlds Edge Mountains]] and in the northern region of that area.<sup>1</sup>
  
It is first mentioned as being conquered by King [[Rakhash]] and then [[Rakaph II]]. It was again re-conquered by [[Khetep]] along with the rest of the Nehekhara. The King of Lahmia, [[Lahmizzar]], led the armies of the 7 cities against [[Nagash]] but was slain at Nagash's own hand. Eventually, [[Lahmizzash]] managed to defeat Nagash but it was also at this time that High Queen [[Khalida|Khalida Neferher]] was slain by [[Neferata]] of Lahmia.
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It is first mentioned as being conquered by King [[Rakhash]] and then [[Rakaph II]]. It was again re-conquered by [[Khetep]] along with the rest of the Nehekhara. The King of Lahmia, [[Lahmizzar]], led the armies of the 7 cities against [[Nagash]] but was slain at Nagash's own hand. Eventually, [[Lahmizzash]] managed to defeat Nagash.<sup>2</sup> It was also at this time that High Queen [[Khalida|Khalida Neferher]] was slain by [[Neferata]] of Lahmia.<sup>3</sup>
  
Lahmia became known as Cursed Lahmia after it was discovered that vampires resided there. Neferata was the first vampire and held her [[Lahmian Court]] where she created more vampires. Finally, [[Alcadizaar]] conquered Lahmia and it was razed to the ground as an infernal place. All of the population was enslaved and the city left for ruin.
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Lahmia became known as ''Cursed Lahmia'' after it was discovered that vampires resided there. Neferata was the first vampire and held her [[Lahmian Court]] where she created more vampires.<sup>3</sup> Finally, [[Alcadizaar]] conquered Lahmia and it was razed to the ground as an infernal place. All of the population was enslaved and the city left for ruin.<sup>4</sup>
  
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==Sources==
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*<sup>1</sup>: [[Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (6th Edition)]] p.10 and 16-17
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*<sup>2</sup>: [[Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (6th Edition)]] p.5-6
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*<sup>3</sup>: [[Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (6th Edition)]] p.{{Cite This}}
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*<sup>4</sup>: [[Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (6th Edition)]] p.7
  
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==Notes & sources==
 
 
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Lahmia is a ruined city in Nehekhara. It is located on the eastern side of the Worlds Edge Mountains and in the northern region of that area.1

It is first mentioned as being conquered by King Rakhash and then Rakaph II. It was again re-conquered by Khetep along with the rest of the Nehekhara. The King of Lahmia, Lahmizzar, led the armies of the 7 cities against Nagash but was slain at Nagash's own hand. Eventually, Lahmizzash managed to defeat Nagash.2 It was also at this time that High Queen Khalida Neferher was slain by Neferata of Lahmia.3

Lahmia became known as Cursed Lahmia after it was discovered that vampires resided there. Neferata was the first vampire and held her Lahmian Court where she created more vampires.3 Finally, Alcadizaar conquered Lahmia and it was razed to the ground as an infernal place. All of the population was enslaved and the city left for ruin.4

The necropolises of the Tomb Kings.
Khemri - Numas - Zandri - Bhagar- Beremas - Quatar - Rasetra - Mahrak - Lybaras - Lahmia

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