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'''Jeyne Lothston''' was a member of [[House Lothston]].
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'''Jeyne Lothston''' was a member of [[House Lothston]], daughter of Lord [[Lucas Lothston]] and Lady [[Falena Stokeworth]]. She was King [[Aegon IV Targaryen]]'s eighth mistress.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
According to semi-canon sources, Jeyne was the eighth of [[Aegon IV]]'s mistresses. She was followed by [[Serenei of Lys]] and preceded by [[Bethany Bracken]].<ref>Amok's Forum, May 22, 2008  [http://web.archive.org/web/20081228040634/http://amokanet.ru/forum/showthread.php?t=51/  Amok's Site]</ref>
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Jeyne was brought to court by her [[Falena Stokeworth|mother]] in {{date|178}}, when she was fourteen. Aegon made Lord [[Lucas Lothston]] his new [[Hand of the King|Hand]], and it was said (but never proved) that he enjoyed mother and daughter together in the same bed. He soon gave Jeyne a pox he’d caught from the whores he’d been seeing after Lady [[Bethany Bracken|Bethany]]’s execution, and the Lothstons were then all sent from court again.{{ref|twoiaf| Aegon IV}}
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 03:07, 29 November 2014

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Jeyne Lothston
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Allegiance House Lothston
Born In 164 AC[1]

Jeyne Lothston was a member of House Lothston, daughter of Lord Lucas Lothston and Lady Falena Stokeworth. She was King Aegon IV Targaryen's eighth mistress.

History

Jeyne was brought to court by her mother in 178 AC, when she was fourteen. Aegon made Lord Lucas Lothston his new Hand, and it was said (but never proved) that he enjoyed mother and daughter together in the same bed. He soon gave Jeyne a pox he’d caught from the whores he’d been seeing after Lady Bethany’s execution, and the Lothstons were then all sent from court again.[2]

References and Notes

  1. See the Jeyne Lothston calculation.
  2. The World of Ice & Fire, Aegon IV.