300 AC

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Year 300 After the Conquest (300 AC) is a year in the Westerosi calendar, the 300th after Aegon's crowning in Oldtown that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.

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 have left Westeros in turmoil.

The final chapters of A Storm of Swords, most chapters of A Feast For Crows[1] and all chapters of A Dance with Dragons take place in 300 AC.

Events

Conflicts

Other Events

Births

Deaths

Notable

In the North

At the Wall and Beyond

Across the narrow sea

In King's landing

In the Riverlands

Rest of Westeros

Minor

In the North

At the Wall and Beyond

Across the narrow sea

In King's Landing

In the Riverlands

Rest of Westeros

Marriages

Titles and Positions

King

Queen

Small Council

Lord

Kingsguard

Knighted

Castellan

Other Titles

References and Notes

  1. The first ironborn chapter, possibly more, do not take place in 300 AC

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