|Battle Beneath the Gods Eye|
|Date || 43 AC|
|Place || Gods Eye, the riverlands|
The Battle Beneath the Gods Eye took place near the Gods Eye in 43 AC.
King Maegor I Targaryen, the half-brother of King Aenys I Targaryen, claimed the Iron Throne in 42 AC. Aenys's son, Prince Aegon, asserted his claim to the throne the following year. Aegon and his dragon, Quicksilver, were surrounded and slain, however, in a great battle beneath the Gods Eye by Maegor riding Balerion, leading an army which included Houses Tully and Harroway.
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