The Iganeftan family didn't exist back in -2000 EC. Records of the "City of Settlements", now Iganefta, go back as far as -400 only (back then, it was known as the "Old City"), and even then, the history is shady (according to Iganefta). It is quite unlikely that there'd be any, even remotely possible, evidence of the Iganefta family from way back in -2000 EC. It'd be about equivalent to saying that this year's Toyota was "rumored" to have been based on designs from -10 B.C., equally preposterous. --Morbus Iff 23:32, 22 November 2005 (EST)
- In hindsight, I'll let it stand. There's enough ambiguity to allow the Iganefta family having been around a long long time before actually rising to any sort of "power" in -400 EC with their own Settlement. --Morbus Iff 23:48, 22 November 2005 (EST)
- That's the thing with writing about the period before about -500 EC: it's all ambiguous, if you want to think of it that way. I don't want to exert a power trip, but when I wrote of the Absolute Erasure, it seems to have called attention to the fact that a lot of what we know about the years before Harandraff's reign might have been recreated by the King, and a lot of things might have happened that were lost to the Erasure. And even if the King had done no such thing, there certainly aren't any 2100-year-old scholars in Ghyll. That I know of. And I hope you're not just letting my version of Iganeftan history stand just because of Nikos' revision of the Iganefta article. Then I'd think you were paying me special attention.
- Oh yes, and Happiest Thanksgiving to you, Morbus. --Snood Trunion 00:33, 26 November 2005 (EST)