Shoal of Fire
|3rd Millenium BC Mesopotamia||36%|
|2nd Millenium BC Mesopotamia||23%|
|Late Kingdom Egypt||49%|
2778 BC – Uut – Hired thug – Killed by raiders while rescuing captured villagers
2777 BC – Yihattie – Farm Hand – Killed by Sahdi in The Red Wastes
2776 BC – Osum – Samerite Champion – Killed by Arukashu at the Horn’s of Simnesh
1895 BC – Ninsumo – Slave Girl – Killed by a city guard in Lagash.
1895 BC – Aximod – City Guard from Lagash – Killed by harpies in Jericho
1894 BC – Belsin – Townsfolk from Jericho – Killed when Sodom was destroyed.
1338 BC – Khenu – Thief – Killed by bandits.
1338 BC – Nar-mur – Nubian Bandit – Tortured to death by sadistic mine owners in Aa-t Rek.
1338 BC – Ahmose – A guard employed by the Pharonic Brotherhood – Killed by Guardians of the Dead while raiding a tomb for the Golden Tablets.
1337 BC – Abashur – Hebrew Slave – Crushed by a giant constrictor snake in the the Temple of Osiris
1335 BC – Marabek – Royal Guard – Killed by a mummy in Nephren-Ka’s tomb.
1335 BC – Rua – Egyptian Laborer – Killed in Egyptian civil war
585 BC – Busker – Median Merchantv – Killed by Arhiman while thwarting his plans in the village of Taver.
105 AD – Metulis – Roman weaponsmith – Died of natural causes many years after saving the city of Rome
652 AD – William – Village Watchman – Died of Natural Causes.
1125 AD – Gaspar D’Moley – Herald to a knight named St. Claire – Killed by burrowing larva in the lost city of Kadralhu.
1127 AD – Teketh – an Oklu from the lost city of Kadralhu – left the body in the catacombs of Irem.
1133 AD – Andris – A Blacksmith in Acre – Died of Plague
1133 AD – Tangis – City watchmen in Rome – Buried alive in the Tomb of Solomon.