Years after Aegon's Conquest

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This page is intended to draw a rough chronology of events in the world since Aegon's Conquest, an epoch event which maesters and educated people count years in relation to. George R. R. Martin has been vague in regard to some dates, so this chronology is often based on estimations according to key dates, character ages etc. For a more general overview of the history see the timeline of major events.

See Also: Years before Aegon's Conquest and Years after Aegon's Conquest Calculations of Events and birth and death years.

The maesters of the Citadel who keep the histories of Westeros have used Aegon's Conquest as their touchstone for the past three hundred years. Birth, deaths, battles, and other events are dated either AC (After the Conquest) or BC (Before the Conquest).[1]


Year 1 After the Conquest

1 AC is the first year of the reign of King Aegon I Targaryen, starting on the day Aegon was crowned in Oldtown. Aegon's coronation at Oldtown is used by maesters to date the Westerosi calendar. The start of Aegon's reign was preceded by Aegon's Conquest, a war lasting two years.

In 1 AC the Three Sisters tried take advantage of the chaos caused by the Conquest and declared themselves independent. The secession was quickly stopped by Queen Visenya Targaryen, using her dragon and an army of northmen.[2]

Year 2 After the Conquest

In 2 AC King Aegon I Targaryen descended on the Iron Islands with Balerion in order to put and end to the civil war that has erupted after Harren Hoare's death during the Conquest. The main claimant, Qhorin Volmark, was slain by Aegon with Blackfyre, and the priest-king Lodos drowned himself after his prayers to the Drowned God went unanswered. Afterwards, Aegon allowed the ironborn to elect their own leader, and Lord Vickon Greyjoy was chosen as Lord Paramount of the Iron Islands.[3]

Year 4 After the Conquest

4 AC was the beginning of the First Dornish War, with a Targaryen full-fledged attempt to invade Dorne. Queen Rhaenys Targaryen attacked the Planky Town from the air with Meraxes, while King Aegon I Targaryen marched through the Prince's Pass and Lord Orys Baratheon descended through the Boneway. Although Orys was ambushed and captured by the Wyl of Wyl, most of the Dornish prefer to avoid confrontation and abandon their strongholds rather than face the invading armies. After capturing a few castles, Aegon took Sunspear and declared the Conquest of Dorne concluded.

Year 5 After the Conquest

In 5 AC the Dornish War went on with renewed fierceness. Taking advantage of the fact that Aegon and Balerion had returned to King's Landing, hordes of Dornish spearmen emerged from hiding and recaptured the castles they had lost, killing the garrisons and the castellans. Lord Rosby was thrown by Meria Martell from the top of the Spear Tower in what would be known as the Defenestration of Sunspear, and Harlan Tyrell and his entire army disappeared amidst the red sands, somewhere at the east of Hellholt. Year 5 AC is also notable for the creation of the office of Grand Maester, after King Aegon requested the Citadel to send him one of their own to advise him.

Year 7 After the Conquest

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Year 9 After the Conquest

In 9 AC, lord Alton Celtigar became the third Hand of the King after the resignation of lord Edmyn Tully. In Dorne, the war continued with Aegon and Visenya burnings of castles with their dragons.[5][3]

Year 10 After the Conquest

In 10 AC the Dornish War took a darker turn when Rhaenys and her dragon Meraxes were shot down by a scorpion at Hellholt. This would begin a period of indiscriminate revenges, and the war escalated to a series of castle burnings and targeted murders of nobles known as The Dragon Wroth. After a failed attempt on Aegon, Visenya convinced him to establish a body of seven sworn bodyguards that would be named the Kingsguard.[6]

Year 11 After the Conquest

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Year 12 After the Conquest

12 AC saw the birth of Maegor Targaryen, the second son of King Aegon and the first by Queen Visenya.[7] Meanwhile, the Dornish War reached new heights of brutality, with the Targaryens leaving Dorne a blasted land beset by famine and blight, and the Dornish taking vengeance with attacks such as the infamous assault of Lord Wyl at the wedding of Ser Jon Cafferen and Alys Oakheart.[8]

Year 13 After the Conquest

In 13 AC the princess Meria of Dorne died, and his son and heir Nymor Martell sent his daughter Deria to King's Landing with a sealed letter for Aegon. The content of the letter, unknown to this day, convinced the king to put sign a peace agreement. Thus ended the First Dornish War, after 9 years of fighting.

Year 19 After the Conquest

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  • A pirate fleet sacks Tall Trees Town in the Summer Isles. The realization of King's Landing’s lack of defenses leads to Aegon I Targaryen ordering walls build around the city.[6]

Year 20 After the Conquest

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  • Construction of the walls around King's Landing begins.[6]

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Year 23 After the Conquest

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  • Queen Visenya Targaryen suggests a marriage between her son Maegor and her niece, Princess Rhaena.[10]

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  • Construction of the walls around King's Landing is completed.[6]

Year 28 After the Conquest

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  • Prince Maegor Targaryen wins renown when he defeats three knights of the Kingsguard in succession in the lists, and next wins the melee.[11][4]
  • Prince Maegor Targaryen is knighted at the age of sixteen, youngest knight in the realm at the time.[11][4]

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Year 35 After the Conquest

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  • Aegon I Targaryen orders the Aegonfort to be torn down, and begins construction of the Red Keep.[6][4]

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Year 37 After the Conquest

37 AC was the final year of Aegon the Conqueror's reign. After his death of a stroke at Dragonstone, his firstborn Aenys Targaryen was crowned. But he was perceived as a weakling and four rebels tested his determination: Harren the Red murdered Lord Gargon Qoherys and took Harrenhal, Jonos Arryn threw his brother lord Ronnel Arryn through the Moon Door, a priest king of the Iron Islands claimed to be the son of the Drowned God, and a pretender from the Red Mountains called the Vulture King raided the Dornish Marches. Those four rebellions were put down, although they costed the lives of Lord Orys Baratheon and the Hand Alyn Stokeworth. Maegor Targaryen, who had been instrumental in retaking the Eyrie, had received Blackfyre and bonded with Balerion, was named the new Hand of King Aenys.

Year 39 After the Conquest

In 39 AC, the sixth child of king Aenys and queen Alyssa was born. Although the baby died in the cradle, the birth convinced prince Maegor that his own wife Ceryse was barren and took the decision to take a second wife: Alys Harroway.[7]

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Year 41 After the Conquest

41 AC was the first year of the Faith Militant uprising, sparked by the announcement by king Aenys of the marriage between his son Aegon and his daughter Rhaena. The Starry Sept condemned the incestuous union, and expelled Septon Murmison from the Faith for having performed the nuptials. Murmison was murdered by an angry mob , and by the end of the year much of the realm had risen against House Targaryen.

Year 42 After the Conquest

During year 42 AC the Realm was in turmoil, caused by the rise of the Faith Militant. When he received news that princes Aegon and Rhaena were being besieged at Crakehall, King Aenys fell sick, and died a few days later. Visenya hurriedly crowned his son Maegor, and silenced the ones arguing that young Prince Aegon was the rightful heir. Maegor survived a trial of seven against the Warrior's Sons, burnt the Sept of Remembrance, and defeated armies of the Faith in Bitterbridge.

Year 43 After the Conquest

In 43 AC Maegor consolidated his rule by suffocating the two principal opponents to his reign. He declared the High Septon a traitor, outlawed the Faith Militant, and burned the seats of the lords that gave them support. He flew to Oldtown with the intention to burn it, but suddenly the High Septon mysteriously died and was replaced by much more biddable septon who agreed to anoint Maegor king. Afterwards, news came that his nephew Aegon Targaryen, the designated heir of Aenys, had proclaimed himself king. Both claimants met at the Battle Beneath the Gods Eye, where Maegor defeated and killed Aegon.[7]

Year 44 After the Conquest

44 AC was peaceful compared to the previous one, and with the pregnancy of Alys Harroway, it seemed as if Maegor would finally get his much desired heir. But Alys had an abortion, and Tyanna of the Tower accused her of having laid with many men to get pregnant. After obtaining confessions under torture, Maegor executed Alys, her father the Hand, their family, and the alleged lovers. Later in the year, Visenya Targaryen died, and Alyssa Velaryon took the opportunity to flee into hiding with her children Jaehaerys and Alysanne and their dragons[7]

Year 45 After the Conquest

In 45 AC the Red Keep was finally finished. After slaughtering its builders to prevent them to reveal its secrets, Maegor I commanded the ruins of the Sept of Remembrance to be cleared from the top of Rhaenys's Hill, to make space for the building of the Dragonpit. In the last part of the year, Maegor resumed his campaign against the Faith Militant.[7]

Year 46 After the Conquest

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  • King Maegor I brings back two thousand skulls as trophies from his campaigns, which he claims were from outlawed Warrior's Sons and Poor Fellows.[11]

Year 47 After the Conquest

47 AC is remembered for King Maegor's decision to take three new brides, to ensure that he finally produced an heir. He chose widowed mothers of proven fertility, and married them simultaneously in a ceremony at King's Landing officiated by the High Septon.[7]

Year 48 After the Conquest

In 48 AC Maegor the Cruel's reign crumbled down, with widespread revolts against him. House Tully openly defied him joining outlaw Ser Joffrey Doggett, Septon Moon marched towards Oldtown followed by thousands of followers and supported by lords Rowan and Oakheart, and his nephew Jaehaerys Targaryen was proclaimed king with the support of Storm's End. Most of his supporters abandoned him, including his Hand Lord Celtigar and his Great Maester Benifer. His master of ships, two of his kingsguard and his own wife Rhaena deserted him and went over to Jaehaerys. Lords Hightower, Lannister and Arryn also joined Jaehaerys cause. With only a few lesser lords left supporting him, Maegor was found dead on the Iron Throne. The next morning, he was found dead.

Jaehaerys I spent the remaining of the year restoring the relationships between the crown and the Faith. After the convenient death of Septon Moon, the young king was crowned and anointed at Oldtown.

Year 49 After the Conquest

It was a year of peace and plenty, with the celebration of three significant marriages: Rhaena Targaryen wed Androw Farman, lord Farman's second son; the Hand Rogar Baratheon and the queen dowager Alyssa Velaryon married in a fastuous ceremony in King's Landing; and king Jaehaerys Targaryen and his sister Alysanne married in secretly in Dragonstone. For this reason, the year is known as the Year of the Three Brides.[15]

Year 50 After the Conquest

Regent Queen Alyssa and the Hand Rogar Baratheon ruled in King's Landing, trying to find a way to undo the secret marriage of Jaehaerys and Alysanne. When they failed and the realm began to be aware of their union, they clashed and Alyssa dismissed her husband from his position of Hand of the King. On the ninth moon of the year, Jaehaerys came of age and flew to King's Landing to assume the rule of the realm in person.

In the Wall, two former knights of the Kingsguard lead a rebellion of former Poor Fellow and Warrior's Sons. The uprising was short-lived, but Lord Walton Stark died in the fight.[16]

Year 51 After the Conquest

51 AC was marked by the second wedding of King Jaehaerys and Queen Alysanne, that made public their union in an austere ceremony in King's Landing. To prevent the opposition to their incestuous marriage, Jaehaerys sent Seven Speakers to travel around the realm preaching to his subjects the doctrine of Exceptionalism. However, while on their first royal progress, the pregnant queen was attacked by three fundamentalist women. s after birth. Alysanne would later blame the stress she suffered during the attack for the fact that her firstborn Aegon was born small and frail, and died three days after.

Year 52 After the Conquest

In 52 AC King Jaehaerys reprised his progress, visiting the Vale of Arryn. Although Queen Alysanne could only accompany him during part of the travel, her influence was instrumental in the promulgation of the Widow's Law. The king also centered his efforts into the urbanization of King's Landling, starting the construction of a great central square and several long streets.

Year 53 After the Conquest

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Year 54 After the Conquest

It was one of the darkest years of the long reign of King Jaehaerys I Targaryen. It came to be known as the Year of the Stranger due to the deaths and tragedies that befell House Targaryen and the realm, most significantly Alyssa's death giving birth to Jocelyn Baratheon and the murders of Rhaena Targaryen' companions by Androw Farman.

Year 55 After the Conquest

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Year 56 After the Conquest

It was a winter year, marked by the return of Balerion and Aerea Targaryen. The dragon had half-healed scars and a jagged rent, and the young princess was agonizing, burning with fever, and infected by fiendish parasites that would cause her death. They had been disappeared for more than a year, and their whereabouts during that time would remain a mystery. [20]

Year 57 After the Conquest

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Year 58 After the Conquest

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  • King Jaehaerys negotiates a peace between the Prince of Pentos and the Archon of Tyrosh at King's Landing.[19]
  • Queen Alysanne goes on a royal progress to the north, visiting White Harbor, Winterfell and the Wall on her own. She reunites with King Jaehaerys I at Winterfell, and together they visit Barrowton.[19]
  • Queen Alysanne pledges to finance the construction of Deep Lake.[19]
  • A tourney is held at King's Landing towards year's end to celebrate the tenth year of King Jaehaerys I Targaryen on the throne.[19]

Year 59 After the Conquest

59 AC was the first of a two-year exceptionally cold and cruel winter. The crops failed in the north, the riverlands, the westerlands, the Vale and even down into the Reach. The price of bread and meat rose, and there was famine. But the most terrible adversity was the widespread of the winter plague known as the Shivers, that caused the deaths of thousands of people throughout Westeros including two Lords Paramount, two members of the small council, and two members of the Kingsguard.[21]

Year 60 After the Conquest

60 AC was the final year of a two-year exceptionally cold and cruel winter. During this year, the terrible winter plague known as the Shivers finally ran its course, but not before claiming the life of Princess Daenerys Targaryen, the eldest living child of King Jaehaerys I Targaryen and Queen Alysanne Targaryen. Near the end of the year, shortly following the birth of the king and queen's fifth child, Alyssa, winter finally broke.[21]

Year 61 After the Conquest

In 61 AC king Jaehaerys I joined lord Rogar Baratheon and five hundred stormlanders in an assault at the Red Mountains to hunt down the Vulture King, that was being aided by Rogar's brother Ser Borys. Both outlaws were slain in less than half a year, in the conflict that would be known as "Lord Rogar's War" or the "Third Dornish War".[21]

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Year 70 After the Conquest

Prince Aemon Targaryen married Lady Jocelyn Baratheon.[21]

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Year 83 After the Conquest

83 AC is remembered as the year of the Fourth Dornish War, an aborted attempt of Prince Morion Martell to invade the Stormlands by sea. While his fleet was sailing across the Sea of Dorne, King Jaehaerys I appeared on Vermithor, with his sons Aemon and Baelon riding Caraxes and Vhagar at his side. All the Dornish ships burned, and Morion and all his men died. [21]

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Year 92 After the Conquest

In 92 AC, a band of Myrish exiles invaded the island of Tarth. Before the battle, Prince Aemon's neck was pierced by a crossbow bolt that killed him. King's Jaehaerys' decision to declare his son Baelon as the heir passing over Aemon's daughter Rhaenys caused a Second Quarrel with Queen Alysanne.

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  • The Second Quarrel of Jaehaerys I and Alysanne Targaryen is resolved by Septa Maegelle, their daughter.[24]

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Year 98 After the Conquest

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  • A great tourney is held in King’s Landing, to celebrate the King’s 50th year on the throne.[24]

Year 99 After the Conquest

In 99 AC the royal family was hit by two close deaths. Their youngest child, princess Gael Targaryen, committed suicide after getting pregnant by a traveling singer and give birth to a stillborn son. And septon Barth, their friend and Hand of the King for forty years, passed away in his sleep. The Lord Commander of the Kingsguard, Ser Ryam Redwyne, was named Hand in his place. [28]


Year 100 After the Conquest

In 100 AC Ser Ryam Redwyne was relieved of his duties as Hand after only a year in office, and was replaced by the Old King's son and heir Baelon. And at the seventh moon of the year, the Good Queen Alysanne died at Dragonstone, where she had retired to life her last days. [28][29]

Year 101 After the Conquest

It was the year of the First Great Council, where Jaehaerys summoned all the lords of the realm at Harrenhal to decide on who should be his heir after Prince Baelon's death.[26]

Year 103 After the Conquest

The Old King died in 103 AC, after ruling for 55 years. The realm mourned him and, as agreed in the Great Council held two years before, Prince Viserys inherited the Iron Throne.[29]

Year 104 After the Conquest

In 104, a tourney was celebrated at Maidenpool to celebrate king Viserys' ascension. There, the young Criston Cole obtained notoriety after defeating the king's brother Daemon twice and gaining princess Rhaenyra's favor.[29]

Year 105 After the Conquest

In the fateful year of 105 AC, queen Aemma's death prompted king Viserys to name his daughter Rhaenyra as his heir. In a lavish ceremony at King's Landing hundreds of lords swore to honor the king's will. In this same year, Lord Lyonel Strong was named master of laws and Ser Criston Cole joined the Kingsguard.[29]

Year 106 After the Conquest

In 106 AC king Viserys married again, choosing his Hand's daughter Alicent Hightower. This alienated both Prince Daemon and Lord Corlys Velaryon, that shunned the wedding and tried to carve their own kingdom by initiating an invasion of the Stepstones[26]

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Year 110 After the Conquest

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  • The Triarchy sends out a new fleet to regain the Stepstones. [26]

Year 111 After the Conquest

In 111 AC, the two factions that had formed at court received the names by which they would pass to history: the greens and the blacks, as per the colors that Queen Alicent and Princess Rhaenyra dressed on the opening feast of a great tourney held in King's Landing to celebrate the fifth anniversary of king Viserys's marriage. Prince Daemon returned to court, but was exiled later under unclear circumstances. [26]

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Year 114 After the Conquest

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  • Laenor Velaryon is knighted a fortnight before his wedding.[26]
  • Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Ser Laenor Velaryon are married.[23][26]

Year 115 After the Conquest

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  • Rhea Royce, days after accidentally falling from her horse and striking her head.[26]
  • The son of the previous Sealord of Braavos, who had been betrothed to Lady Laena Velaryon for ten years, dies whilst fighting Prince Daemon Targaryen.[23][26]

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Year 116 After the Conquest

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  • Daemon presents his twins by Laena at court. [23]

Year 119 After the Conquest

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Year 120 After the Conquest

120 AC is remembered as The Year of the Red Spring, because the year was marked by many deaths and accidents. The Houses Velaryon and Strong suffered the most, as Lord Corlys Velaryon and his wife lost both their children, Laenor and Laena Velaryon, and House Strong lost both its ruling lord and immediate heir. The year ended with a joyful occasion, as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Prince Daemon Targaryen welcomed the birth of their first son, Prince Aegon.

Year 122 After the Conquest

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Year 123 After the Conquest

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  • Prince Jaehaerys Targaryen, son of Prince Aegon and Princess Helaena Targaryen; twin to Jaehaera Targaryen.[26]
  • Princess Jaehaera Targaryen, daughter of Prince Aegon Targaryen and Princess Helaena Targaryen; twin to Jaehaerys Targaryen.[26]

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Year 127 After the Conquest

In 127 AC, King Viserys's health began to worsen. Instead of the throne room, he started to hold court in his solar, and later in his bedchamber.

Year 128 After the Conquest

During 128, King Viserys I's health deteriorated. He could no longer climb up steps, and had to be carried about the Red Keep in a chair. The governance of the realm was thus left in the hands of his Hand and the small council.[41]

Year 129 After the Conquest

Main article: 129 AC

The year 129 AC saw, with the death of King Viserys I Targaryen, the war that had been brewing for many years: the Dance of the Dragons, where brother fought sister, and dragon fought dragon. The Dance saw many deaths, and would last until mid 131 AC.

Year 130 After the Conquest

Through entire 130 AC, the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons continued. It was this year where Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen managed to conquer King's Landing, though she would hold it for half a year only, giving her the name "Half-Year Queen". In addition, Rhaenyra and her army did not manage to capture King Aegon II Targaryen, nor his heirs, as Aegon and his remaining children had been smuggled from the city. 131 AC ended with the deaths of both Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen and King Aegon's dragon Sunfyre, though Rhaenyra's death did not end the war.

Year 131 After the Conquest

Marked by the end of the Dance of the Dragons, 131 AC saw the death of King Aegon II and the coronation of King Aegon III.[42]

Year 132 After the Conquest

During 132 AC the council of regents and the Hand Tyland Lannister tried to deal with the challenges of the aftermath of the Dance, the lack of a clear heir for young Aegon III, the instability in the Narrow Sea, the coming winter, and the plague that appeared in the Bite and started to spread throughout Westeros. Because many men had died during the Dance, a lot of women step up to positions of leadership, initiating a two-year period known as the Winter of the Widows.

Year 133 After the Conquest

On the third day of 133 AC the Winter Fever arrived at King's Landing, killing the Protector of the Realm, the Hand of the King, a Regent, and three members of the Kingsguard. The power vacuum was filled by Lord Unwin Peake, who filled all the vacancies with men loyal to him. In the ninth moon of the year queen Jaehaera fell (or was thrown) to her death to the moat of Maegor's Holdfast. All nubile maidens of the realm were invited at a great ball were king Aegon III could choose his a new wife. The last day of the year saw the marriage of the king to Daenaera Velaryon.[43][44]

Year 134 After the Conquest

134 was a harsh year, the fifth of Winter. In the north there was widespread famine, the Iron Islands suffered a savage power struggle and the revenge of the Westerners, and in the Vale three candidates disputed the Arryn seat after the death of Lady Jeyne, the Maiden of the Vale.[45] The king's youngest brother Viserys was found alive and ransomed.

Year 135 After the Conquest

Early in 135 the six-year winter ended. It followed a time of hope, prosperity, and economic growth fueled by the resurgence of trade and returns paid by the Rogare Bank. Due to the growing influence of Prince Viserys' in-laws, the period came to be known as the Lysene Spring. But later in the year, the collapse of House Rogare in Lys results in the downfall of the Rogares in King's Landing and the bankruptcy of their bank. Lord Rowan is also imprisoned, accused of being complicit in their supposed treason. Refusing to deliver Larra Rogare, King Aegon and Prince Viserys are besieged for 18 days in Maegor's Holdfast until it is proven that the accusations against Lord Rowan and the Rogares had been fabricated.

Year 136 After the Conquest

The year started with a great gathering of lords in King's Landing to name new regents and a Hand. But they would serve for little time. The day Aegon III became 16 and came of age, he entered into the small council chamber and dismissed them all.[45]

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Year 143 After the Conquest

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  • Prince Daeron Targaryen, later known as King Daeron I Targaryen, the Young Dragon, son of King Aegon III Targaryen and Queen Daenaera Velaryon.[47]

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  • Prince Daeron Targaryen, to Prince Aegon and Princess Naerys Targaryen, on the last day of the year.[54]

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  • The last dragon.[42]

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Year 156 After the Conquest

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  • Lily, bastard daughter of King Aegon IV Targaryen.[60]

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  • The hinterlands in Dorne are considered pacified.[64]

Year 160 After the Conquest

In 160 AC the regent of Dorne, Lord Lyonel Tyrell, was murdered at Sandstone. The Dornish insurgence reemerged and forced king Daeron to return to Dorne, where he obtained a few victories.

Year 161 After the Conquest

At 161 AC, when it seemed that king Daeron, had finally subdued the Dornish, a group of rebels approached him under a peace banner and killed him treacherously. The Iron Throne was inherited by Prince Baelor, who disregarded the cries for revenge and put and end to the Conquest of Dorne. He walked barefoot to Sunspear to make amends with the Dornishmen and sign a peace treaty.

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  • A great storm takes place at Storm's End.[68]

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  • King Aegon IV sends a fleet to invade Dorne, the fleet is caught in a storm and is scattered and destroyed. [54]

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  • Lord Ossifer Plumm, on his wedding night.[72]

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Year 184 After the Conquest

The king Aegon IV died in 184 AC. Although he was only 49, he had become so obese that he could no longer walk and his limbs were rotting. He dictated his will from the deathbed, legitimizing all his numerous bastard children.[54]

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  • Summerhall is build in the Dornish Marches, near to where the boundaries of the Reach, the stormlands, and Dorne meet.[74]

Year 196 After the Conquest

196 AC is known as the year of the First Blackfyre Rebellion, where the bastard son of the late King Aegon IV Targaryen, Daemon Blackfyre, claimed the throne, upon the grounds that King Daeron II Targaryen was a bastard of Queen Naerys Targaryen and Prince Aemon Targaryen.

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  • Old Lord Dondarrion and Lord Caron drive the Vulture King out of the Red Mountains and kill him for treason.[77]

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Year 209 After the Conquest

209 AC, also known as "the Year of the Spring Sickness", saw House Targaryen diminished, due to the death of Prince Baelor "Breakspear" Targaryen during a tourney mishap, where Prince Maekar Targaryen mortally wounded him, and the deaths of Princes Valarr and Matarys Targaryen, Baelor's sons, and King Daeron II Targaryen himself. These deaths led to Prince Aerys Targaryen being crowned King Aerys I Targaryen, with his wife Aelinor Penrose as his Queen. Shortly after the death of his uncle, Prince Baelor, Prince Aegon Targaryen was named squire to the hedge knight Duncan the Tall.

The events described in The Hedge Knight take place in 209 AC

Year 210 After the Conquest

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Year 211 After the Conquest

211 AC was a harsh year, with a severe summer drought entering its second year and Dagon Greyjoy continuing his raids on the Sunset Sea coast.

The events described in The Sworn Sword take place in 211AC

Year 212 After the Conquest

In 212 AC, Some Blackfyre supporters lead by Lord Peake and the Black Dragon's eldest son tried to take profit of this instability and ignite a Second Blackfyre Rebellion, but it was cut short by Bloodraven at its very onset. Young Lord Tybolt Lannister also died in this year, leaving his three-year old only daughter as Lady of the Rock and his brother Gerold Lannister as regent. Across the Narrow Sea, Bittersteel founded the Golden Company.

The events described in The Mystery Knight take place in 212AC

Year 213 After the Conquest

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Year 215

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Year 216 After the Conquest

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Year 217 After the Conquest

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Year 219 After the Conquest

In 219 AC Haegon Blackfyre and Bittersteel crossed the Narrow Sea and launched the Third Blackfyre Rebellion. They were defeated and captured by the Targaryen army led Prince Maekar. Haegon was murdered treacherously after he had surrendered, and Bittersteel was allowed to avoid the death penalty by taking the black. However, on route to the Wall, he escaped.[83]

Year 220 After the Conquest

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Year 221 After the Conquest

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Year 222 After the Conquest

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Year 225 After the Conquest

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Year 226 After the Conquest

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Year 228 After the Conquest

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Year 229 After the Conquest

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Year 230 After the Conquest

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Year 232 After the Conquest

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Year 233 After the Conquest

233 AC was the year of the Peake Uprising, that costed the life of king Maekar. A Great Council was summoned, and Maekar's fourth son was chosen and crowned as king Aegon V.

Year 235 After the Conquest

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Year 236 After the Conquest

236 AC was known as The Year of the Red Spring (an epithet that is also used for 120 AC). Just as a harsh six-year winter was beginning to recede, Daemon III Blackfyre crossed the Narrow Sea with and army and attempted to invade Westeros, in what would become the Fourth Blackfyre Rebellion. The Blackfyres were defeated in the Battle of Wendwater Bridge, where the Kingsguard knight Ser Duncan the Tall slew Daemon III.[96]

Year 237 After the Conquest

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Year 239 After the Conquest

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Year 241 After the Conquest

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Year 242 After the Conquest

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Year 244 After the Conquest

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Year 245 After the Conquest

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Year 246 After the Conquest

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Year 247 After the Conquest

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Year 250 After the Conquest

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Year 251 After the Conquest

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Year 252 After the Conquest

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Year 253 After the Conquest

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Year 255 After the Conquest

Births

  • Gerion Lannister.[81]

Deaths

  • Jeyne Marbrand dies within a moon’s turn of giving birth to Gerion.[81]

Year 256 After the Conquest

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Year 259 After the Conquest

259 AC was the year of the Tragedy of Summerhall, when king Aegon's attempts to hatch dragons lead to his death and many others.

Year 260 After the Conquest

In 260 AC the Seven Kingdoms got involved in the War of the Ninepenny Kings. The Westerosi army drove out the Band of Nine of the Stepstones, and after Ser Barristan Selmy slain Maelys the Monstrous in single combat, the Blackfyre line was extinguished in the male line.[106]

Year 261 After the Conquest

In 261 AC, the young Ser Tywin Lannister overpassed his lord father and brutally exterminated Houses Reyne and Tarbeck, as a response to their revolt against Casterly Rock.

Year 262 After the Conquest

In 262 AC king Jaehaerys II Targaryen died of an illness, after ruling for only three years. His only son Aerys rose to the throne, naming his childhood friend Tywin Lannister as his Hand.[107]

Year 263 After the Conquest

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Year 264 After the Conquest

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Year 265 After the Conquest

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Year 266 After the Conquest

Births

Year 267 After the Conquest

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Year 268 After the Conquest

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Year 269 After the Conquest

Births

Year 270 After the Conquest

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Year 271 After the Conquest

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Year 272 After the Conquest

Births

Events

  • Seneschal of the year is Edgerran, whose ring and rod and mask are silver.[118]

Year 273 After the Conquest

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Year 274 After the Conquest

Births

Deaths

Year 275 After the Conquest

Births

Year 276 After the Conquest

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Year 277 After the Conquest

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Year 278 After the Conquest

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Year 279 After the Conquest

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Year 280 After the Conquest

280 AC saw Prince Rhaegar Targaryen marry Princess Elia Martell of Dorne, the sister to Doran Martell, the Prince of Dorne. Their first child, Rhaenys Targaryen, was born later that same year. Meanwhile, King Aerys II Targaryen's madness had increased to such an extend that he had taken to burning traitors, murderers, and plotters, rather than hanging or beheading them, by 280 AC.[109]

Year 281 After the Conquest

281 AC, which is also known as the Year of the False Spring, was marked by the Tourney at Harrenhal, which was attended by many highborn in the realm, including King Aerys II Targaryen and his son, Prince Rhaegar Targaryen. The year is also marked by the death of Ser Harlan Grandison, which caused an open spot on the Kingsguard, that was filled up by the admission of newly knighted Jaime Lannister. When King Aerys II named young Jaime to his Kingsguard, his Hand of the King, Tywin Lannister, quit his job out of anger and returned to Casterly Rock.

Year 282 After the Conquest

282 AC is remembered for the start of Robert's Rebellion, caused by the supposed abduction of Lyanna Stark, disappearance of Prince Rhaegar, the deaths of Brandon and Rickard Stark on the orders of King Aerys II Targaryen, and the summons by the paranoid King Aerys to Lord Jon Arryn to deliver him the heads of Robert Baratheon and Eddard Stark. Jon Arryn raised his banners in response. The Rebellion lasted all through the remainder of the year, and most of the next year, and saw some major battles.

Year 283 After the Conquest

283 AC saw the second half of Robert's Rebellion, which ended with the death of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen on the Trident, and with the deaths of King Aerys II Targaryen and Prince Aegon Targaryen during the Sack of King's Landing. Queen Rhaella Targaryen had fled the city with her son, Prince Viserys Targaryen, whilst pregnant with Aerys' last child, Daenerys Targaryen. The Sack of King's Landing was followed by the coronation of Robert Baratheon as the new king, the lifting of the Siege of Storm's End and the death of Lyanna Stark at the Tower of Joy.

Year 284 After the Conquest

284 AC was marked by the birth of Princess Daenerys Targaryen, which caused the death of Dowager Queen Rhaella Targaryen, during a big storm. This storm caused the destruction of the remaining Targaryen fleet that had been protecting Rhaella and her son Viserys Targaryen while they remained in exile on Dragonstone, the last remaining seat of House Targaryen. The destruction of the fleet gave Stannis Baratheon the opportunity to take the new Baratheon fleet and capture Dragonstone. The garrison at Dragonstone, however, was already willing to give up Viserys and Daenerys. Ser Willem Darry spirited the two remaining Targaryens away to safety, to prevent their capture.

Year 285 After the Conquest

285 AC saw Queen Cersei Lannisters pregnancy of future Prince Joffrey Baratheon, ensuring that the Baratheon Dynasty would be able to continue, as the realm calmed down again after the Rebellion.

Year 286 After the Conquest

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Year 287 After the Conquest

Births

Year 288 After the Conquest

Births

Year 289 After the Conquest

289 AC was marked by the Greyjoy Rebellion, where Lord Balon Greyjoy wrongly believed that the lords of the Seven Kingdoms were not as loyal to King Robert I Baratheon as they had to the previous Targaryen monarchs. Balon thus proclaimed independence for the Iron Islands and crowned himself King. King Robert I Baratheon, with the help of, amongst others, his friend Lord Eddard Stark, defeated Balon, crushing the short-lived rebellion effectively.

Year 290 After the Conquest

In 290 AC peace once again returned to the Seven Kingdoms after the end of the Greyjoy Rebellion.

Year 291 After the Conquest

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Year 292 After the Conquest

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  • Yandel finishes his chain at the Citadel and becomes a maester.[118]

Year 293 After the Conquest

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Year 294 After the Conquest

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Year 295 After the Conquest

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Year 296 After the Conquest

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Year 297 After the Conquest

297 AC saw the first recorded activity of the Others in thousands of years, as well as good fortune for Viserys Targaryen and his sister, Daenerys, as Magister Illyrio Mopatis from Pentos took them under his care. This would eventually lead to the marriage between Daenerys and Khal Drogo, which would create worries for King Robert Baratheon.

Year 298 After the Conquest

298 AC saw the death of Jon Arryn, who had been Hand of the King for sixteen years. King Robert entrusted the post to his childhood friend Eddard Stark, and engaged his heir Joffrey to Eddard's eldest daughter Sansa. But after Robert died in a hunting accident, Eddard denounced that Queen Cersei's children were actually bastards and could not inherit the throne. Eddard was beheaded for treason, and Joffrey was crowned. Several nobles opposed the new king in open revolt, setting the stage of the conflict that would be known as the War of the Five Kings.

Nearly all chapters from A Game of Thrones take place during 298 AC.

Year 299 After the Conquest

299 AC was marked by the War of the Five Kings, and saw all the major battles of the conflict. During the year, three of the claimants died: Renly was killed in his own camp through sorcery, Balon fell to his death from a bridge, and Robb was murdered in the Red Wedding. Stannis' options suffered a severe blowback after being defeated at the Battle of the Blackwater, leaving the Lannister-Tyrell alliance as the victors of the war. This alliance was cemented by the betrothal of Joffrey and Margaery, that was scheduled for the first day of year 300AC. Meanwhile, at Essos, Daenerys Targaryen gave birth to three dragon hatchlings.

The final chapters of A Game of Thrones, all chapters from A Clash of Kings, most chapters of A Storm of Swords, and some chapters from A Feast for Crows take place during 299 AC.

Year 300 After the Conquest

300 AC started with the wedding and death of King Joffrey, that took place on the first day of the year. His brother Tommen was crowned shortly thereafter and was married to the widowed Margaery Tyrell, preserving the alliance between houses Lannister and Tyrell that ensured the stability of the realm. However, the murders of Tywin and Kevan Lannister, the rise of the Faith Militant and the invasion of Aegon Targaryen left Westeros in turmoil.

The final chapters of A Storm of Swords, most of the chapters of A Feast For Crows and all chapters of A Dance with Dragons take place in 300 AC


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  3. 3.0 3.1 Fire & Blood, Reign of the Dragon - The Wars of King Aegon I.
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  12. See the calculation for: Elinor Costayne
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  14. See the calculation for: Jaehaerys I Targaryen
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  16. Fire & Blood, A Surfeit of Rulers.
  17. See the calculation for: Corlys Velaryon
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  22. See the calculation for: Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon).
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  25. See the calculation for: Laena Velaryon
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  27. See the calculation for: Laenor Velaryon
  28. 28.0 28.1 Fire & Blood, The Long Reign - Jaehaerys and Alysanne: Policy, Progeny and Pain.
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 Fire & Blood, The Heirs of the Dragon - A Question of Succession.
  30. See the calculation for: Norren.
  31. See the calculation for: Glendon Goode
  32. See the calculation for: Dalton Greyjoy
  33. See the calculation for: Trystane Truefyre.
  34. See the calculation for: Aliandra Martell.
  35. See the calculation for: Arthor Celtigar.
  36. See the calculation for: Larra Rogare.
  37. See the calculation for: Lyonel Hightower.
  38. See the calculation for: Benjicot Blackwood
  39. See the calculation for: Falena Stokeworth
  40. See the calculation for: Gaemon Palehair
  41. Fire & Blood, Heirs of the Dragon - A Question of Succession.
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  45. 45.0 45.1 Fire & Blood, The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency.
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  47. See the calculation for: Daeron I Targaryen
  48. See the calculation for: Baelor I Targaryen
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire.
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 The World of Ice & Fire, Appendix: Targaryen Lineage.
  51. See the calculation for: Daena Targaryen
  52. See the calculation for: Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aegon III)
  53. See the calculation for: Elaena Targaryen
  54. 54.0 54.1 54.2 54.3 54.4 54.5 54.6 54.7 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon IV.
  55. 55.0 55.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Viserys II.
  56. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 12, Tyrion II.
  57. Born in 136AC, Aemon joined the Kingsguard shortly after Aemon and Naerys were wed, at the age of 17
  58. See the calculation for: Alysanne (daughter of Aegon IV)
  59. See the calculation for: Barba Bracken
  60. See the calculation for: Lily
  61. See the calculation for: Willow (daughter of Aegon IV).
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 62.3 62.4 62.5 62.6 A Game of Thrones, Appendix.
  63. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 5, Jon I.
  64. 64.0 64.1 64.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron I.
  65. See the calculation for: Rosey (daughter of Aegon IV).
  66. The World of Ice & Fire, The Reach: House Tyrell.
  67. See the calculation for: Jeyne Lothston.
  68. 68.0 68.1 68.2 68.3 The World of Ice & Fire, The Stormlands: House Baratheon.
  69. See the calculation for Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)
  70. See the calculation for: Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)
  71. 71.0 71.1 See the calculation for: Aegor Rivers
  72. 72.0 72.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Baelor I.
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  74. 74.0 74.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II.
  75. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Aemon.
  76. See the calculation for: Daella Targaryen (daughter of Maekar I)
  77. 77.0 77.1 77.2 The Hedge Knight.
  78. See the calculation for: Aegon V Targaryen
  79. See the calculation for: Betha Blackwood
  80. See the calculation for: Walder Frey
  81. 81.00 81.01 81.02 81.03 81.04 81.05 81.06 81.07 81.08 81.09 81.10 81.11 81.12 81.13 81.14 81.15 81.16 81.17 81.18 81.19 The World of Ice & Fire, The Westerlands: House Lannister Under the Dragons.
  82. See the calculation for: Cerelle Lannister (daughter of Tybolt)
  83. 83.0 83.1 83.2 83.3 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I.
  84. See the calculation for: Pycelle
  85. See the calculation for: Galazza Galare
  86. See the calculation for: Tytos Lannister.
  87. 87.0 87.1 87.2 87.3 87.4 87.5 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon V.
  88. 88.0 88.1 88.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Maekar I.
  89. See the calculation for: Jaehaerys II Targaryen
  90. See the calculation for: Shaera Targaryen.
  91. See the calculation for: Daeron Targaryen (son of Aegon V)
  92. See the calculation for: Olenna Redwyne
  93. See the calculation for: Jason Lannister (son of Gerold)
  94. See the calculation for: Jeor Mormont
  95. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 6, Jon I.
  96. The World of Ice & Fire, Aegon V.
  97. See the calculation for: Barristan Selmy
  98. See the calculation for: Tywin Lannister
  99. See the calculation for: Lynora Hill
  100. See the calculation for: Aerys II Targaryen
  101. See the calculation for: Kevan Lannister
  102. See the calculation for: Genna Lannister
  103. 103.0 103.1 A Storm of Swords, Chapter 67, Jaime VIII.
  104. See the Tygett Lannister calculation
  105. See the calculation for: Mace Tyrell
  106. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 5, Tyrion II.
  107. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys II.
  108. See the calculation for: Eddard Stark
  109. 109.00 109.01 109.02 109.03 109.04 109.05 109.06 109.07 109.08 109.09 109.10 109.11 109.12 109.13 109.14 109.15 109.16 109.17 109.18 109.19 109.20 109.21 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II.
  110. See the calculation for: Stannis Baratheon
  111. See the calculation for: Lollys Stokeworth
  112. See the calculation for: Jonelle Cerwyn
  113. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 3, Cersei I.
  114. See the calculation for: Petyr Baelish
  115. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 27, Tyrion VII.
  116. See the calculation for: Tysha.
  117. See the calculation for: Yandel.
  118. 118.0 118.1 The World of Ice & Fire, Preface.
  119. See the calculation for: Ronnet Connington
  120. See the calculation for: Gerris Drinkwater
  121. See the calculation for: Arianne Martell)’’
  122. 122.0 122.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 24, Cersei V.
  123. See the calculation for: Garlan Tyrell
  124. See the calculation for: Renly Baratheon
  125. See the calculation for: Joffrey Baratheon
  126. See the calculation for: Jojen Reed
  127. See the calculation for: Larence Snow
  128. See the calculation for: Marissa Frey
  129. See the calculation for: Robert Frey (son of Rhaegar)
  130. See the calculation for: Roone
  131. See the calculation for: Sansa Stark
  132. See the calculation for: Tyrek Lannister
  133. See the calculation for: Wendel Frey
  134. See the calculation for: Wex Pyke
  135. See the calculation for: Devan Seaworth
  136. See the calculation for: Edric Dayne
  137. See the calculation for: Edric Storm
  138. See the calculation for: Eleyna Westerling
  139. See the calculation for: Hoster Frey
  140. See the calculation for: Sandor Frey
  141. See the calculation for: Trystane Martell
  142. See the calculation for: Zachery Frey
  143. See the calculation for: Colmar Frey
  144. See the calculation for: Joy Hill
  145. See the calculation for: Merianne Frey
  146. See the calculation for: Alysanne Bulwer
  147. See the calculation for: Jonos Frey
  148. See the calculation for: Tommen Baratheon
  149. See the calculation for: Walder Frey (Big Walder)
  150. See the calculation for: Walder Frey (Little Walder)
  151. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 16, Bran II.
  152. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 32, Tyrion IV.
  153. See the calculation for: Bethany Blackwood
  154. See the calculation for: Robert Arryn
  155. See the calculation for: Tysane Frey
  156. See the calculation for: Jeyne Goodbrook
  157. See the calculation for: Loreza Sand
  158. See the calculation for: Monterys Velaryon
  159. See the calculation for: Steffon Seaworth
  160. See the calculation for: Walder Brax
  161. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 12, Daenerys I.
  162. See the calculation for: Dickon Frey
  163. See the calculation for: Mathis Frey
  164. See the calculation for: Perra Frey
  165. See the calculation for: Ryella Frey
  166. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 11, Theon I.
  167. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 2, Daenerys I.
  168. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 25, Eddard V.
  169. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 49, Catelyn VI.
  170. A Clash of Kings, Appendix.
  171. See the calculation for: Rickard Wylde
  172. See the calculation for: Rickon Stark
  173. A Storm of Swords, Prologue.
  174. See the calculation for: Della Frey
  175. See the calculation for: Jon Brax
  176. See the calculation for: Myles Toyne
  177. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 28, Catelyn V.
  178. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 8, Tyrion II.
  179. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 36, Tyrion VIII.