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'''Year 128 After the Conquest''' ('''128 AC''') is a year in the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest|Westerosi calendar]], the 128th after [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon]]'s crowning in [[Oldtown]] that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.
 
'''Year 128 After the Conquest''' ('''128 AC''') is a year in the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest|Westerosi calendar]], the 128th after [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon]]'s crowning in [[Oldtown]] that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.
  
During 128, king [[Viserys I Targaryen|Viserys]]' 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.{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon -  A Question of Succession}}
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During 128, King [[Viserys I Targaryen|Viserys]]'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.{{ref|fab|Heirs of the Dragon -  A Question of Succession}}
  
 
==Births==
 
==Births==

Latest revision as of 04:22, 19 June 2019


Year 128 After the Conquest (128 AC) is a year in the Westerosi calendar, the 128th after Aegon's crowning in Oldtown that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.

During 128, King Viserys'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.[1]

Births

Deaths

References

  1. Fire & Blood, Heirs of the Dragon - A Question of Succession.