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==References in the books==
 
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===A Song of Ice and Fire===
==A Song of Ice and Fire==
 
 
*The house is not mentioned during the first three books, and in the fourth its appearence is limited to the appendixes.
 
*The house is not mentioned during the first three books, and in the fourth its appearence is limited to the appendixes.
  
 
[[Category:Noble houses|Sunderland]]
 
[[Category:Noble houses|Sunderland]]
 
[[Category:Houses from the Vale|Sunderland]]
 
[[Category:Houses from the Vale|Sunderland]]

Revision as of 13:56, 30 April 2007

House Sunderland of Sisterton rules from the chief port in the Three Sisters these three islands. House Borrell from Sweetsister, house Longthorpe from Longsister and house Torrent from Littlesister are all sworn to the Sunderlands.

Neither their arms or their motto appear in the books. In correspondence with fans George R.R. Martin has blazoned the arms as three women's heads, white with black hair, on barry wavy blue and green.

The Sunderland House at the end of the third century

The only known Sunderland during the timespan of the events described on A Song of Ice and Fire is:

  • Lord Triston Sunderland: Lord of the Three Sisters.

References in the books

A Song of Ice and Fire

  • The house is not mentioned during the first three books, and in the fourth its appearence is limited to the appendixes.