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'''Year 209 After the Conquest''' ('''209AC''') is a year in the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest|Westerosi calendar]], the 209th after [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon]]'s crowning in [[Oldtown]] that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.
 
'''Year 209 After the Conquest''' ('''209AC''') is a year in the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest|Westerosi calendar]], the 209th after [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon]]'s crowning in [[Oldtown]] that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.
  
209AC, also known as ''The Year of the Great Spring Sickness'', saw the death of Prince [[Baelor Targaryen]], the Hand of the King, during a tourney at [[Ashford]]. Baelor's death was followed by the [[Spring Sickness]], which killed King [[Daeron II Targaryen]], Baelor's father, as well as Baelor's two sons, and King Daerons direct heirs, Prince [[Valarr Targaryen]] and Prince [[Matarys Targaryen]]. Daeron's younger son, Prince [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys Targaryen]], was crowned as King Aerys I Targaryen because of these deaths.
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209AC, also known as ''The Year of the Great Spring Sickness'', saw the death of Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor Targaryen]], the Hand of the King, during a tourney at [[Ashford]]. Baelor's death was followed by the [[Spring Sickness]], which killed King [[Daeron II Targaryen]], Baelor's father, as well as Baelor's two sons, and King Daerons direct heirs, Prince [[Valarr Targaryen]] and Prince [[Matarys Targaryen]]. Daeron's younger son, Prince [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys Targaryen]], was crowned as King Aerys I Targaryen because of these deaths.
  
 
==Events==
 
==Events==
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
 
* Ser [[Arlan of Pennytree]], of a chill.
 
* Ser [[Arlan of Pennytree]], of a chill.
* Prince [[Baelor Targaryen]], slain by his brother Prince [[Maekar I Targaryen|Maekar]], due to a tourney mishap.
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* Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor Targaryen]], slain by his brother Prince [[Maekar I Targaryen|Maekar]], due to a tourney mishap.
 
* Ser [[Humfrey Beesbury]], slain during the Trial of Seven by Ser [[Donnel of Duskendale]].
 
* Ser [[Humfrey Beesbury]], slain during the Trial of Seven by Ser [[Donnel of Duskendale]].
 
* Ser [[Humfrey Hardyng]], severely wounded during the Trial of Seven, later succumbed of his wounds.
 
* Ser [[Humfrey Hardyng]], severely wounded during the Trial of Seven, later succumbed of his wounds.

Revision as of 13:11, 23 September 2014


The events depicted in The Hedge Knight take place in 209AC.

Year 209 After the Conquest (209AC) is a year in the Westerosi calendar, the 209th after Aegon's crowning in Oldtown that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.

209AC, also known as The Year of the Great Spring Sickness, saw the death of Prince Baelor Targaryen, the Hand of the King, during a tourney at Ashford. Baelor's death was followed by the Spring Sickness, which killed King Daeron II Targaryen, Baelor's father, as well as Baelor's two sons, and King Daerons direct heirs, Prince Valarr Targaryen and Prince Matarys Targaryen. Daeron's younger son, Prince Aerys Targaryen, was crowned as King Aerys I Targaryen because of these deaths.

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No known births occured in 209AC.

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