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The '''stonemason High Septon''' was appointed [[High Septon]] by King [[Baelor I Targaryen|Baelor I]].
 
The '''stonemason High Septon''' was appointed [[High Septon]] by King [[Baelor I Targaryen|Baelor I]].
 
==About==
 
==About==
During his reign King Baelor had him, a stonemason by trade, named as the High Septon.  He could carve stonework so beautifully that Baelor believed him to be [[Smith (the Seven)|the Smith]] in human form. {{Ref|affc|43}}  
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During his reign King Baelor had him, a stonemason by trade, named as the High Septon.  He could carve stonework so beautifully that Baelor believed him to be [[Smith (the Seven)|the Smith]] in human form. While a fantastic stonecarver, this High Septon could not read, write or recite any prayers and must have been ill suited to his new vocation High Septon.{{Ref|affc|28}}
  
While a fantastic stonecarver, this High Septon could not read, write or recite any prayers and must have been ill suited to his new vocation High Septon.
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It was rumoured that to spare the realm embarrassment, [[Viserys II Targaryen|Viserys Targaryen]] used his position as [[Hand]] to have him [[poison]]ed, thereby ridding the realm of an ineffectual High Septon.{{ref|AFFC|28}}
 
 
It was rumoured that to spare the realm embarrassment, [[Viserys II Targaryen|Viserys Targaryen]] used his position as [[Hand]] to have him [[poison]]ed, thereby ridding the realm of an ineffectual High Septon. {{ref|AFFC|43}}
 
  
 
==References and Notes==
 
==References and Notes==

Revision as of 18:48, 15 October 2014

High Septon (stonemason)
Title(s) High Septon
His High Holiness
Allegiance The Faith of the Seven
Book(s) A Feast For Crows (Mentioned)

The stonemason High Septon was appointed High Septon by King Baelor I.

About

During his reign King Baelor had him, a stonemason by trade, named as the High Septon. He could carve stonework so beautifully that Baelor believed him to be the Smith in human form. While a fantastic stonecarver, this High Septon could not read, write or recite any prayers and must have been ill suited to his new vocation High Septon.[1]

It was rumoured that to spare the realm embarrassment, Viserys Targaryen used his position as Hand to have him poisoned, thereby ridding the realm of an ineffectual High Septon.[1]

References and Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Feast for Crows, Chapter 28, Cersei VI.