Ahmadi Siege of Augusta
|Ahmadi Caliphate|| Augustan Empire|
Tokundian Empire (early conflict)
The Ahmadi-Augustan wars were a series of wars between the Ahmadi Empire and Augustan Empire between the 13th and 15th centuries AD that led to the destruction of the Augustan Empire and the rise of the Ahmadi Caliphate. The Ahmadi-Augustan wars began after the death of Prophet Ahmad under the rule of his brother, the first Caliph, who led the invasion of Augustan lands in the Great War of the South as a response to the Empire's persecution of the emerging Ahmadi population among its Turjak subjects. The war resulted in the establishment of the Turjak Sultanate and the near collapse of the Augustan Empire, which nonetheless manage to survive due to the efforts of Emperor Anthony. Conflicts between the two sides continued after the Great War of the South, culminating in the conquest of the remaining Augustan territory between 1353 and 1401, establishing Ahmadi rule over the entire Majatran continent. The Tokundian Empire often switched sides throughout the conflict.