42 AC

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Years after Aegon's Conquest
Maegor burning the Sept of Remembrance, as depicted by Jordi Gonzalez Escamilla in The World of Ice & Fire.

Year 42 After the Conquest (42 AC) is a year in the Westerosi calendar, the 42nd after Aegon's crowning in Oldtown that maesters and educated people use as a reference to date the years.

During year 42 AC the Realm was in turmoil, caused by the rise of the Faith Militant. When he received news that princes Aegon and Rhaena were being besieged at Crakehall, king Aegon fell sick, and died a few days later. Visenya hurriedly crowned his son Maegor, and silenced the ones arguing that young Prince Aegon was the rightful heir. Maegor survived a trial of seven against the Warrior's Sons, burnt the Sept of Remembrance, and defeated armies of the Faith in Bitterbridge.

Events

  • When Grand Maester Gawen is unable to improve the condition of King Aenys I Targaryen, Dowager Queen Visenya Targaryen takes over Aenys' care, which causes his condition to improve shortly.[1]
  • Prince Aegon and Princess Rhaena Targaryen are besieged at Crakehall. When learning of this, King Aenys collapses. He dies three days later.[1]
  • Following the death of King Aenys I, Dowager Queen Visenya flies to Pentos and retrieves Maegor.[2]
  • Prince Maegor Targaryen is crowned as King Maegor I Targaryen.[3]
  • King Maegor I is challenged to a trial of Seven, against Ser Damon Morrigen and six Warrior’s Sons. Maegor wins, but loses consciousness for 27 days. On the 28th day, Queen Alys arrives from Pentos with Tyanna of the Tower.[2]
  • Tyanna of the Tower is married to Maegor I Targaryen.[2]

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