Master of coin
|Allegiance|| House Beesbury|
|Born||In 48 AC or 49 AC|
|Died||In 129 AC, at King's Landing|
|Book(s)||The Princess and the Queen (mentioned)|
Lord Lyman Beesbury was the master of coin and a member of the small council during the reign of Viserys I Targaryen and before that to his grandfather Jaehaerys I Targaryen. It is unknown if he was also the Lord of Honeyholt and head of House Beesbury.
Lyman was a man of eighty when King Viserys passed away prior to the Dance of the Dragons. His throat was slashed in the council chamber by Ser Criston Cole, the Kingmaker, for refusing to support Aegon II Targaryen's claim to the Iron Throne. He was succeeded as master of coin by Ser Tyland Lannister.
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