Month 5:
Named after the mythical King Cinot, said to be the first man to learn writing and farming from Menoth - there were, of course, no such things as "kings" that long ago. Cinot is credited with inscribing the first laws of civilization onto stone and prompting an age of peace and reason. In Caspian, "cinotes" translates as "guardian or to guard something," and chronicles tell of actual men in the central and southern regions called centuis who were armed crusaders and arbiters of provincial law during the Warlord Era.

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