A book written by Tevahr's grandson Ailem in 3576. It is obviously about the lasting impact of the teachings of his grandfather.

According to the book, it was thanks to the words of Tevahr that the D'ni people remained unified and focused on their personal lives and relationship to Yahvo, despite the poor reign of King Tejara.[1] Ailem noted the same effect during the equally bad leadership of his son, King Ti'amel, during which the people focused on the high example of his wife, Shama.[2]


  1. King Tejara Notebook
  2. King Ti'amel Notebook