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This '''timeline of major events''' attempts to lay out the most important points in the history of [[Westeros]] and [[Essos]], based on dates and information given in the novels and supporting material. See also: a thorough [[Years after Aegon's Conquest|listing of events]] after Aegon's Conquest.  
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This '''timeline of major events''' attempts to lay out the most important points in the history of [[Westeros]] and [[Essos]], based on dates and information given in the novels and supporting material. For further detail, see [[years before Aegon's Conquest]] and [[years after Aegon's Conquest]].  
  
According to tradition, the known history of Westeros extends back over 12,500 years. However, the oldest historic recounts in [[Westeros]] were only written after the [[Andal invasion|Andals' arrival]] to the continent, as the [[First Men]] only used runes for carving on stone. Everything written about the [[Age of Heroes]], the [[Dawn Age]], and [[the Long Night]] originates from stories written down by [[Faith of the Seven|septons]] thousands of years later. The accuracy of the legends and myths that recount much of this history is openly questioned by the [[maesters]] of the Citadel, amongst others.
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According to tradition, the known history of Westeros extends back over 12,000 years.{{ref|AGOT|66}} However, the oldest historic recounts in [[Westeros]] were written after the [[Andal invasion|Andals' arrival]] to the continent, as the [[First Men]] used runes for carving on stone. Everything written about the [[Age of Heroes]], the [[Dawn Age]], and the [[Long Night]] originates from stories written down by [[Faith of the Seven|septons]] thousands of years later. The accuracy of the legends and myths that recount much of this history is openly questioned by the [[maesters]] of the [[Citadel]], amongst others.{{ref|AFFC|5}}
  
 
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| '''Before the coming of men''': The lands of [[Westeros]] are inhabited by a mysterious race of diminutive humanoid creatures known as the [[children of the forest]], as well as [[giants]] and other magical [[Bestiary|creatures]].
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| '''Before the coming of men''': The lands of [[Westeros]] are inhabited by a mysterious race of diminutive humanoid creatures known as the [[children of the forest]], as well as [[giants]] and other magical [[Bestiary|creatures]].{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Dawn Age}}
 
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| '''The [[First Men]] invade Westeros''': A human ethnic group from [[Essos]], the First Men, invades Westeros by crossing the [[Arm of Dorne]], bearing weapons of bronze. In a futile attempt to end the invasion, the children use magic to shatter the land-bridge, creating the island chain known as the [[Stepstones]]. However, the First Men are able to reinforce by ship, leading to generations of warfare over the land.
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| '''The [[First Men]] invade Westeros''': A human ethnic group from [[Essos]], the First Men, invades [[Westeros]] by crossing the [[Arm of Dorne]], bearing weapons of bronze. In a futile attempt to end the invasion, the children use the [[hammer of the waters]] to shatter the land bridge, creating the [[Broken Arm]] and the island chain known as the [[Stepstones]].{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Coming of the First Men}}
  
The First Men are more numerous, larger, stronger, and more technologically advanced than the children, who try to resist the invaders using their magic and obsidian weapons. It proves unsuccessful, however: the First Men gradually push deeper and deeper into Westeros, establishing hundreds of petty kingdoms.
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The First Men are more numerous, larger, stronger, and more technologically advanced than the children, who try to resist the invaders using their [[magic]] and [[obsidian]] weapons. It proves unsuccessful, however, and the First Men gradually push deeper and deeper into Westeros, establishing hundreds of petty kingdoms.{{ref|AGOT|66}}{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Coming of the First Men}}
 
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| '''Signing of the [[Pact]]''': After years of warfare, the First Men and children of the forest come to a standstill and finally agree to a peaceful coexistence, signing the Pact on the [[Isle of Faces]]. This pact gives the First Men dominion over the open lands and lets the children keep control over the forested areas. In time, the First Men adopt the worship of the [[old gods|old gods of the forest]].
 
| '''Signing of the [[Pact]]''': After years of warfare, the First Men and children of the forest come to a standstill and finally agree to a peaceful coexistence, signing the Pact on the [[Isle of Faces]]. This pact gives the First Men dominion over the open lands and lets the children keep control over the forested areas. In time, the First Men adopt the worship of the [[old gods|old gods of the forest]].
 
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==[[Age of Heroes]]==
 
==[[Age of Heroes]]==
 
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| '''Age of Heroes''': An era during the history of [[Westeros]], which would be named so later for the great men and women who live in the years of peace and prosperity following the forging of the [[Pact]]. The Pact endures for nearly four thousand years, and in that time, the children of the forest and the First Men grow closer. In time, the First Men set aside many of their cultural differences to embrace the ways and customs of the children of the forest. With the exception of the [[Drowned God]] of the [[Iron Islands]] and the [[Lady of the Waves]] and [[Lord of the Skies]] of the [[Three Sisters]], the [[Old Gods|gods of the children]] become those of the First Men.
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| '''Age of Heroes''': An era during the history of [[Westeros]], which would be named so later for the great men and women who live in the years of peace and prosperity following the forging of the [[Pact]]. The Pact endures for nearly four thousand years, and in that time, the children of the forest and the First Men grow closer. In time, the First Men set aside many of their cultural differences to embrace the ways and customs of the children of the forest. With the exception of the [[Drowned God]] of the [[Iron Islands]] and the [[Lady of the Waves]] and [[Lord of the Skies]] of the [[Three Sisters]], the [[old gods|gods of the children]] become those of the First Men.
  
Many of the noble houses of Westeros today trace their lineage back to the Age of Heroes. This was the time when grand historical figures are said to have lived, such as [[Brandon the Builder]], founder of [[House Stark]]; [[Lann the Clever]], founder of House Lannister, who winkled Casterly Rock from the Casterlys; or [[Garth Greenhand]], founder of House Gardener of the Reach. Also during this era the Storm Kings arise in the stormlands: a line with figures such as the founding [[Durran]], supposed builder of [[Storm's End]]; and the [[Grey King]], first king of the [[Iron Islands]].
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Many of the noble houses of Westeros today trace their lineage back to the Age of Heroes. This was the time when grand historical figures are said to have lived, such as [[Brandon the Builder]], founder of [[House Stark]]; [[Lann the Clever]], founder of [[House Lannister]], who winkles [[Casterly Rock]] from the [[House Casterly|Casterlys]]; or [[Garth the Gardener]], founder of [[House Gardener]] of the [[Reach]]. Also during this era the [[Storm King]]s of [[House Durrandon]] arise in the [[stormlands]]—a line with figures such as the founding [[Durran]], supposed builder of [[Storm's End]]—and the [[Grey King]] rules the [[ironborn]] of the [[Iron Islands]].
 
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|'''[[The Long Night]]''': In this time, night seems to last for a generation, and the longest, coldest and darkest winter descends on Westeros. The ice spreads down from the north, and under the cover of darkness, the [[Others]] invade Westeros from the [[Lands of Always Winter|uttermost north]], marching, killing and raising up the dead to be their [[Wight|servants]] in unlife and nearly destroying all men in Westeros. The Long Night comes to an end with the [[Battle for the Dawn]]. The children and the First Men unite to defeat the Others with [[dragonglass]] weapons, with the [[Night's Watch]] pushing them back into the frozen reaches of the Far North.{{ref|ACOK|21}} Legendary figures from this time include the [[last hero]] and [[Azor Ahai]], who wields a great sword of fire, [[Lightbringer]].<hr>
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|'''The [[Long Night]]''': In this time, night seems to last for a generation, and the longest, coldest and darkest winter descends on Westeros. The ice spreads down from the north, and under the cover of darkness, the [[Others]] invade Westeros from the [[Lands of Always Winter|uttermost north]], marching, killing and raising up the dead to be their [[Wight|servants]] in unlife and nearly destroying all men in Westeros. The Long Night comes to an end with the [[Battle for the Dawn]]. The children and the First Men unite to defeat the Others with [[dragonglass]] weapons, with the [[Night's Watch]] pushing them back into the frozen reaches of the far north.{{ref|ACOK|21}} Legendary figures from this time include the [[last hero]] and [[Azor Ahai]], who wields a great sword of fire, [[Lightbringer]]. These events are believed to have occurred  between eight thousand and six thousand years ago.{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Long Night}}<hr>
  
'''Building of [[the Wall]]''': With the Others defeated, [[Bran the Builder]], with the aid of giants, the First Men, and perhaps the children of the forest, raises the Wall, a monumental fortification of ice and ancient [[magic]], to shelter the realms of men from the menaces of the north. The Sworn Brotherhood of the [[Night's Watch]] guards the Wall. It is said that Bran the Builder also built [[Winterfell]], became the first [[King in the North]], and founded [[House Stark]].<hr>
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'''Building of the [[Wall]]''': With the Others defeated, [[Bran the Builder]], with the aid of giants, the First Men, and perhaps the children of the forest, raises the Wall, a monumental fortification of ice and ancient [[magic]], to shelter the realms of men from the menaces of the north. The Sworn Brotherhood of the [[Night's Watch]] guards the Wall. It is said that Bran the Builder also builds [[Winterfell]], becomes the first [[King in the North|King of Winter]], and founds [[House Stark]].<hr>
  
'''The [[Night's King]]''': Not long after the Wall is complete, the thirteenth [[Lord Commander of the Night's Watch]] breaks his oath. He is seduced by an [[Other]] woman from beyond the Wall, declares himself the Night's King, and rises in rebellion with the Watch as his personal army. During the dark years of his reign, horrific atrocities are committed, of which tales would be told in [[the North]] even after several millennia. The [[House Stark|Starks]] of [[Winterfell]] and the [[King-beyond-the-Wall]], [[Joramun]], join forces to defeat the Night's King and thus restore honor to the Watch. This is the same Joramun who also finds the [[Horn of Winter]], which he is said to use to awaken [[giants]] from the earth.
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'''The [[Night's King]]''': Not long after the Wall is complete, the thirteenth [[Lord Commander of the Night's Watch]] breaks his oath. He is seduced by an [[Other]] woman from beyond the Wall, declares himself the Night's King, and rises in rebellion with the Watch as his personal army. During the dark years of his reign, horrific atrocities are committed, of which tales are still told in the [[north]] even after several millennia. The [[House Stark|Starks]] of [[Winterfell]] and the [[King-beyond-the-Wall]], [[Joramun]], join forces to defeat the Night's King and thus restore honor to the Watch. This is the same Joramun who also finds the [[Horn of Winter]], which he is said to use to awaken [[giants]] from the earth.
 
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==[[Andal Invasion]]==
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==[[Andal invasion]]==
 
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| '''Foundation of the Faith''': In the hills of [[Andalos]] on [[Essos]], a new religion takes shape, called the [[Faith of the Seven]]. Supposedly, the supreme deity of the [[Andals]] appears to them, guiding them into their invasion of [[Westeros]].<hr>
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| '''Foundation of the Faith''': In the hills of [[Andalos]] on [[Essos]], a new religion takes shape, the [[Faith of the Seven]]. Supposedly, seven deities appear to [[Hugor of the Hill]], inspiring the [[Andals]] for their invasion of [[Westeros]].<hr>
 
   
 
   
'''The [[Andal Invasion]]''': The [[Andal]]s cross the [[narrow sea]] and make landfall on its eastern shore at the [[Fingers]], on what would one day become the [[Vale of Arryn]]. They come under the banner of the [[Faith of the Seven]], with seven-pointed stars carved into their chests, wielding [[Armament|weapons]] of steel. They fight both the First Men and the children of the forest, sweeping the land much like the First Men did thousands of years before. When the Andals crossed the narrow sea from Essos is disputed; some sources indicate six thousand years ago,<ref>[[A Game of Thrones (game)|A Game of Thrones RPG and Resource Book]], Guardians of Order</ref> the ''[[True History]]'' states it was four thousand years ago, and some [[maesters]] claim it was two thousand years ago.{{ref|ADWD|48}}
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'''The [[Andal invasion]]''': The [[Andals]] cross the [[narrow sea]] and make landfall on its eastern shore at the [[Fingers]] in the [[Vale of Arryn|Vale]]. They come under the banner of the [[Faith of the Seven]], with seven-pointed stars carved into their chests, wielding [[Armament|weapons]] of steel. They fight both the First Men and the children of the forest, sweeping the land much like the First Men did thousands of years before. When the Andals crossed the narrow sea from Essos is disputed; some sources indicate six thousand years ago,<ref>[[A Game of Thrones (game)|A Game of Thrones RPG and Resource Book]], Guardians of Order</ref>{{ref|AGOT|40}} the ''[[True History]]'' states it was four thousand years ago,{{ref|ADWD|48}} and some [[maesters]] claim it was two thousand years ago.{{ref|ADWD|48}}
  
For centuries the Andals war with the First Men and the children in an attempt to drive them out. One by one, the six southron kingdoms fall and the [[weirwood]]s are burned. Only the Kingdom of the North remains under the rule of the First Men, in large part due to the strategically located fortress of [[Moat Cailin]] resisting multiple attempts to take it and thereafter serving as the door between North and South. Even though the North remain secure, the children of the forest begin their slow withdrawal from the lands of men, retreating deeper into their forests and [[beyond the Wall|north of the Wall]].
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For centuries the Andals war with the First Men and the children in an attempt to drive them out. One by one, the six [[southron]] kingdoms fall and the [[weirwood]]s are burned. Only the [[north]] remains under the rule of the First Men, in large part due to the strategically-located fortress of [[Moat Cailin]] resisting multiple attempts to take it and thereafter serving as the door between north and south. Even though the north remain secure, the children of the forest begin their slow withdrawal from the lands of men, retreating deeper into their forests and [[beyond the Wall|north of the Wall]].
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The [[Iron Islands]] fall to the Andals a thousand years after the beginning of their invasion of Westeros,{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Arrival of the Andals}} ending the line of [[Kings of the Iron Islands]] which originated from [[Urron Greyiron]]. Unlike in the other regions, however, Andals are assimilated to the native beliefs of the [[Old Way]] and the [[Drowned God]].
| The [[Iron Islands]] fall to the Andals, ending the first line of kings ruling there uncontested for over a thousand years, originating from [[Urron Greyiron]]. Unlike in the other regions, however, Andals are assimilated to the native beliefs of the [[Old Way]] and the [[Drowned God]].
 
 
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==[[Valyrian Freehold|Age of Valyria]] ==   
 
==[[Valyrian Freehold|Age of Valyria]] ==   
 
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| '''Rise of the [[Valyrian Freehold]]''': On [[Essos]], the peaceful sheep-herding folk of the [[Valyrian peninsula]] find [[dragon]]s lairing in the [[Fourteen Fires]], an immense chain of volcanoes extending across the neck of the peninsula. The Valyrians tame the dragons with [[magic]], which gives them the means to gain influence over the area. The Valyrian Freehold is established. In its capital, [[Valyria]], magic flourishes, topless towers rise toward the heavens where dragons soar, stone sphinxes gaze down through eyes of garnet, and smiths forge swords of legendary strength and sharpness.<hr>
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| '''Rise of the [[Valyrian Freehold]]''': While Westeros was recovering from the Long Night, in [[Essos]], the peaceful sheep-herding folk of the [[Valyrian peninsula]] find [[dragon]]s lairing in the [[Fourteen Flames]], an immense chain of volcanoes extending across the neck of the peninsula. The Valyrians tame the dragons with [[magic]], which gives them the means to gain influence over the area. The Valyrian Freehold is established. In its capital, [[Valyria]], magic flourishes, topless towers rise toward the heavens where dragons soar, stone sphinxes gaze down through eyes of garnet, and smiths forge swords of legendary strength and sharpness.<hr>
  
'''Conquest of Ghiscar''': [[Ghiscari Wars|Five great wars]] are fought between the [[Ghiscari Empire]], the greatest empire on the eastern peninsula, and the Freehold — wars which Valyria wins with the help of its dragons. After the last war, the Freehold utterly destroys the [[Old Ghis|Ghiscari capital]], slaying its people, destroying the city's walls and streets with dragonflame, and salting and sulphuring the fields. The Ghiscari empire shattered, the Valyrian Freehold expands its influence over the surviving Ghiscari cities of [[Slaver's Bay]].
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'''[[Ghiscari wars]]:''' Five wars are fought between the [[Old Empire of Ghis]], the greatest empire on the eastern continent, and the Freehold — wars which Valyria wins with the help of its dragons. The Valyrians practice [[slavery]] learned from the [[Ghiscari]].
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| '''Fifth Ghiscari War''': The Ghiscari wars end with the fifth war in which [[Old Ghis]] is utterly destroyed by the Freehold, as to ensure there would not be a sixth war. The Valyrians destroy the city's walls and streets with [[dragonflame]], and salt and sulfur the fields. With the Ghiscari empire shattered, the Valyrian Freehold expands its influence over the surviving [[Slaver Cities]] of [[Slaver's Bay]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Rise of Valyria}}{{Ref|ASOS|23}}<ref>Some five thousand years ago in 299 AC, placing its occurrence roughly around 4700 BC</ref>
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Following the defeat of the [[Old Empire of Ghis]], the Freehold seeks to expand their territories. The Andals, who had been living in [[Andalos]], traveled west to flee the upcoming Valyrians and prevent slavery. They first landed in the [[Fingers]] in the [[Vale of Arryn]]. From there, they spread all across Westeros.{{Ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Arrival of the Andals}}
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| After a thousand years, the Andals who invaded Westeros look towards the [[Iron Islands]]. There, they extinguished the line of [[Urron Greyiron]], who had ruled the Iron Islands for a thousand years.{{Ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: The Arrival of the Andals}}
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| '''[[Lorath]]''': A sect of religious dissidents leave the Freehold to establish a temple upon Lorath's main isle, becoming the first inhabitants of the city that will become [[Lorath]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Free Cities: Lorath}}
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| '''The [[Rhoynish Wars]]''': With the destruction of Old Ghis, the Freehold's slow westward expansion brings it into conflict with the Rhoynish cities along the great River [[Rhoyne]], a vast waterway.  This series of wars between the [[Valyrian Freehold]] and the [[Rhoynar]], starting around 950 BC with the [[First Turtle War]], lasts for some two hundred and fifty years and ends with the [[Second Spice War]].<ref>The series of conflicts known as the [[Rhoynish Wars]] ended a thousand years before the main series in ~300 AC, and had lasted roughly two and a half centuries</ref>{{ref|TWOIAF| Ancient History: Ten Thousand Ships}}{{ref|ADWD|8}}{{Ref|ADWD|14}}{{ref|ADWD|18}}
 
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| '''The [[Rhoynar migration]]''': With the destruction of Old Ghis, the Freehold's slow westward expansion brings it into conflict with the Rhoynish cities along the great River [[Rhoyne]], a vast waterway.  Prince [[Garin (Prince)|Garin the Great]] raises an army a quarter-million strong to oppose the Valyrians, but fails utterly against their dragons.<hr>
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| '''The Rhoynar migration''': Prince [[Garin (Prince)|Garin the Great]] raises an army a quarter-million strong to oppose the Valyrians, but fails utterly against their dragons. Following the defeat of the Rhoynar in the [[Second Spice War]], [[Nymeria]], a Rhoynish warrior-queen, evacuates the survivors of Garin's war, mostly women and children, on [[ten thousand ships]] across the [[narrow sea]], seeking refuge in [[Dorne]] in southern Westeros. There, Nymeria forms a marriage alliance with Lord [[Mors Martell]] and together they finally organize the land into one kingdom, establishing [[House Martell]] as the ruling house of Dorne after [[Nymeria's War]]. Mors adopts many Rhoynish [[customs]]. The unification of Dorne under Nymeria and Mors leads to new conflicts with the kingdoms of the Reach and the Storm, expressed through raids, skirmishes, and the occasional wars over the centuries.
 
 
Rhoynar evacuation: [[Nymeria]], a Rhoynish warrior-queen, evacuates the survivors of Garin's war, mostly women and children, on ten thousand ships across the [[narrow sea]], seeking refuge in [[Dorne]] in southern Westeros. There, Nymeria forms a marriage alliance with Lord [[Mors Martell]] and together they finally organize the land into one kingdom, establishing [[House Martell]] as the ruling house of Dorne. Mors adopts many Rhoynish [[customs]]. The unification of Dorne under Nymeria and Mors leads to new conflicts with the kingdoms of the Reach and the Stormlands, expressed through raids, skirmishes, and the occasional wars over the centuries.
 
 
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| The Valyrian Freehold conquers much of what would be the area of the southern [[Free Cities]]. A slave revolt breaks out in a Valyrian fleet carrying thousands of captives, who decide to flee as far from Valyria as possible.  Ultimately they land in a remote lagoon protected by mountains and mists, and there found the Secret City of [[Braavos]]. They later build the [[Titan of Braavos]], a great statue which also serves as a defensive fortification.
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| The Valyrian Freehold annexes a small island at the mouth of [[Blackwater Bay]], off the east coast of [[Westeros]]. The [[House Targaryen|Targaryens]], a Valyrian dragonlord family, take control of the island, building a castle whose towers are shaped to look like [[dragon]]s, giving it its name: [[Dragonstone]].
 
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| The Valyrian Freehold annexes a [[Dragonstone|small island]] at the mouth of [[Blackwater Bay]], off the east coast of [[Westeros]]. The [[House Targaryen|Targaryens]], a minor Valyrian noble family, take control of the island, building a castle whose towers are shaped to look like [[dragon]]s, giving it its name: [[Dragonstone]].
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| '''Migration of the Targaryens''': Following a prophetic dream of his daughter [[Daenys Targaryen|Daenys]], Lord [[Aenar Targaryen]] decides to leave Valyria with his family and all their belongings. They settle on [[Dragonstone]].
 
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| '''The [[Doom of Valyria]]''': The nature of the Doom is unclear, save that heavy volcanic and seismic activity are involved, likely due to the Fourteen Fires, the mountains where the dragons were first discovered. The Valyrian Peninsula is shattered and the city of Valyria is laid waste, although not completely destroyed. The dragons of Valyria are virtually wiped out and the Valyrian Freehold crumbles apart, its various city-states break apart asserting their independence, surviving to this day as the [[Free Cities]] and the cities of [[Slaver's Bay]].<hr>
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| '''The [[Doom of Valyria]]''': The nature of the Doom is unclear, save that heavy volcanic and seismic activity are involved, likely due to the [[Fourteen Flames]], the mountains where the dragons were first discovered. The Valyrian peninsula is shattered and the city of Valyria is laid waste, although not completely destroyed. The dragons of Valyria are virtually wiped out and the Valyrian Freehold crumbles apart in the [[Century of Blood]]. Its various city-states break apart, asserting their independence and surviving to this day as the [[Free Cities]] and the cities of [[Slaver's Bay]].
 
 
[[Braavos]] reveals itself to the other cities, eventually becoming the most powerful of them through its vast fleet and economic power. The cities of [[Slaver's Bay]] become independent again, although Ghiscari power begins building again in the south. The warrior-nomads of the vast [[Dothraki Sea|eastern plains]] become more emboldened by the fall of Valyria, and their dominant tribe, the [[Dothraki]], begins raiding the surrounding lands. The Targaryens remain safe on Dragonstone, the guardians of possibly the last three dragons in the western world.
 
 
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==The Seven Kingdoms==
 
==The Seven Kingdoms==
 
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|Over the centuries following the Andal Invasion, the southern kingdoms of the first men fall, and eventually the Andals raise up six powerful kingdoms of their own.
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|Over the centuries following the Andal invasion, the southern kingdoms of the First Men fall, and eventually the Andals raise up six powerful kingdoms of their own.
 
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| '''Wildling Invasion''': The [[free folk]] (wildlings) unite under the brother [[King-Beyond-the-Wall|Kings-beyond-the-Wall]], [[Gendel]] and [[Gorne]]. They manage to evade the [[Night's Watch]] and bypass the [[Wall]] in great numbers using a network of tunnels that extend under the Wall. However, they are met by the Stark king on the other side and are eventually thrown back.
 
| '''Wildling Invasion''': The [[free folk]] (wildlings) unite under the brother [[King-Beyond-the-Wall|Kings-beyond-the-Wall]], [[Gendel]] and [[Gorne]]. They manage to evade the [[Night's Watch]] and bypass the [[Wall]] in great numbers using a network of tunnels that extend under the Wall. However, they are met by the Stark king on the other side and are eventually thrown back.
 
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| [[House Stark]] finally subdues [[House Bolton]], their primary antagonists for dominance in the North. Later Karlon Stark would defeat sea raiders from the east and found the cadet branch [[House Karstark]].<hr>
 
| [[House Stark]] finally subdues [[House Bolton]], their primary antagonists for dominance in the North. Later Karlon Stark would defeat sea raiders from the east and found the cadet branch [[House Karstark]].<hr>
In the West, the Ironborn of the Iron Islands rise to power; at their peak they control most of the western coast from [[Oldtown]] and the [[Arbor]] in the south to [[Bear Island]] in the north.<hr>
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In the west, the ironborn of the Iron Islands rise to power; at their peak they control most of the western coast from [[Oldtown]] and the [[Arbor]] in the south to [[Bear Island]] in the north.<hr>
The Rhoynar, fleeing the Valyrians, [[Rhoynar migration|migrate to Dorne]]. This is the last major migration into Westeros.
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The Rhoynar, fleeing the Valyrians, [[ten thousand ships|migrate to Dorne]]. This is the last major migration into Westeros.
 
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| The Storm Kings expand their control of the [[Stormlands]] north to include the territory of the [[Riverlands]] up to the Neck. <hr>
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| '''Harrenhal''': [[Ironborn]] King [[Harren Hoare]] begins the construction of the castle [[Harrenhal]], which will take most of his reign to complete.
Over time the ironborn lose many of their holdings but, some three generations before Aegon's Landing, conquer the territory of the Riverlands from the [[Stormlands]]. An ironborn king, [[Harren Hoare]], builds [[Harrenhal]].
 
 
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==Targaryen Dynasty==
 
==Targaryen Dynasty==
 
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| '''The [[War of Conquest]]''': [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon the Conqueror]] invades [[Westeros]] and in two years' time subdues and unites six of the seven kingdoms of Westeros under his banner and constructs a new capital city at [[King's Landing]]. He is unable to conquer Dorne and allows it to remain sovereign. With the destruction of the [[Storm King]], [[Argilac]] the Arrogant, and the death of the last King of the [[Reach]], control of the castle of Storm's End passes to Aegon's bastard half-brother [[Orys Baratheon]], and of [[Highgarden]] to [[Harlen Tyrell]]. [[Edmyn Tully]] of [[Riverrun]] is named Lord of the [[Riverlands]] and [[Vickon Greyjoy]] of [[Pyke]] becomes Lord of the [[Iron Islands]]. The day of Aegon's coronation by the High Septon in Oldtown becomes the first day of Aegon's reign, beginning {{Date|1}}.
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| '''[[Aegon's Conquest]]''': [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon the Conqueror]] invades [[Westeros]] and in two years' time subdues and unites six of the seven kingdoms of Westeros under his banner and constructs a new capital city at [[King's Landing]]. [[Dorne]] remains independent, however. With the destruction of the [[Storm King]], [[Argilac Durrandon|Argilac the Arrogant]], and the death of the last [[King of the Reach]], control of the castle of Storm's End passes to Aegon's bastard half-brother [[Orys Baratheon]], and of [[Highgarden]] to [[Harlen Tyrell]]. [[Edmyn Tully]] of [[Riverrun]] is named [[Lord Paramount of the Trident]] and [[Vickon Greyjoy]] of [[Pyke]] becomes Lord of the [[Iron Islands]]. The day of Aegon's coronation by the [[High Septon (Aegon's Conquest)|High Septon]] in [[Oldtown]] becomes the first day of Aegon's reign, beginning {{Date|1}}.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Reign of the Dragons: The Conquest}}
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| '''[[First Dornish War]]''': Continuing the [[Wars of Conquest]], Aegon I Targaryen invades Dorne but the [[Dornishmen]] successfully resist. Aegon's sister [[Rhaenys Targaryen|Rhaenys]] is presumed dead after disappearing at the [[Hellholt]].{{ref|TWOIAF| Dorne: Dorne Against the Dragons}}
 
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| '''The [[Faith Militant uprising]]''': Upon Aegon I's death, his son [[Aenys I Targaryen|Aenys I]] takes the throne. He angers the Faith when he marries his [[Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aenys I)|eldest daughter]] to his [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Aenys I)|eldest son]], leading to an uprising against the Targaryens. Aenys is incapable of dealing with the crisis, and eventually dies of a short illness on [[Dragonstone]] in {{Date|42}}. Dowager Queen Visenys, leading the care for Aenys, brings her son [[Maegor I Targaryen|Maegor]], Aenys' brother, back from his exile, and Maegor is crowned king, despite Aenys having three sons all before Maegor in the line of succession. Maegor's response to the Faith's uprising is ruthless and brutal, resulting in the deaths of thousands in battle, through slaughter and by dragonfire. Besides the Faith's uprising, Maegor also has to deal with Prince [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Aenys I)|Aegon]], Aenys I's eldest son, battling him for the throne, and later Prince [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen|Jaehaerys]], who makes his claim known towards the end of Maegor's reign.
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| '''The [[Faith Militant uprising]]''': Upon Aegon I's death, his son [[Aenys I Targaryen|Aenys I]] takes the throne. He angers the Faith when he marries his [[Rhaena Targaryen (daughter of Aenys I)|eldest daughter]] to his [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Aenys I)|eldest son]], leading to an uprising against the Targaryens. Aenys is incapable of dealing with the crisis, and eventually dies of a short illness on [[Dragonstone]] in {{Date|42}}. Dowager Queen Visenys, leading the care for Aenys, brings her son [[Maegor I Targaryen|Maegor]], Aenys' brother, back from his exile, and Maegor is crowned king, despite Aenys having three sons all before Maegor in the line of succession. Maegor's response to the Faith's uprising is ruthless and brutal, resulting in the deaths of thousands in battle, through slaughter and by dragonfire. Besides the Faith's uprising, Maegor also has to deal with Prince [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Aenys I)|Aegon]], Aenys I's eldest son, battling him for the throne, and later Prince [[Jaehaerys I Targaryen|Jaehaerys]], who makes his claim known towards the end of Maegor's reign. {{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aenys I}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Maegor I}}
 
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| '''[[Jaehaerys I Targaryen|Jaehaerys the Conciliator]]''': King Jaehaerys I succeeds King Maegor, who by that time is known as ''Maegor the Cruel''. He declares a truce and agrees to end the slaughter in return for the [[Faith Militant]] disbanding and submitting to the Targaryens, earning the name ''The Conciliator''. Jaehaerys' rule brings decades of peace and prosperity to the realm.
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| '''[[Jaehaerys I Targaryen|Jaehaerys the Conciliator]]''': King Jaehaerys I succeeds King Maegor, who by that time is known as ''Maegor the Cruel''. He declares a truce and agrees to end the slaughter in return for the [[Faith Militant]] disbanding and submitting to the Targaryens, earning the name ''The Conciliator''. Jaehaerys' rule brings decades of peace and prosperity to the realm.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys I}}
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| {{Date|92}}
| Reign of [[Viserys I Targaryen|Viserys I]].  
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| '''Choosing of {{Date|92}}''': With the death of King Jaehaerys I's eldest son and heir, Prince [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Jaehaerys I)|Aemon]], King Jaehaerys needs name a new heir, choosing between Aemon’s only child, Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys]], and Jaehaerys's own second son, Prince [[Baelon Targaryen|Baelon]]. Jaehaerys eventually names Baelon.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys I}}
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| {{Date|96}}
| '''The [[Dance of the Dragons]]''': The first major civil war in the history of the [[Seven Kingdoms]], in {{Date|129-131}}: a war of succession between [[Aegon II Targaryen|Aegon II]] and his half-sister [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] over their father's throne. It consumes them both, as well as most of the Targaryen family and their remaining dragons. The war ends with [[Aegon III Targaryen|Aegon III]], son of Rhaenyra, being crowned.
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| '''Rise of the Three Daughters''': After defeating [[Volantis]] at the [[Battle of the Borderlands]] by uniting their forces, the Free Cities [[Myr]], [[Lys]] and [[Tyrosh]] decide to ally together, forming the '''Triarchy''', also known in [[Westeros]] as the '''Kingdom of the Three Daughters'''. The Triarchy would last for several decades, during which they found find themselves in conflict with the Targaryens on occasion.{{Ref|TRP}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Free Cities: The Quarrelsome Daughters: Myr, Lys, and Tyrosh}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Viserys I}}
 
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| {{Date|101}}
| '''Death of the last dragon''': King [[Aegon III|Aegon Targaryen]] struggles to breed healthy dragons - those he does manage to produce are born weak and sickly. He is unable to prevent the death of the last one, earning himself the title 'Dragonbane'. The last dragons leave behind several eggs which the Targaryens fail to hatch. These eggs are later destroyed or lost, leading to what is popularly believed to be the extinction of dragons.
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| '''The [[Great Council#Great Council of 101 AC|Great Council]] of {{Date|101}}''': After Prince [[Baelon Targaryen|Baelon]]'s death, King Jaehaerys I needs to name a new heir once again. The King calls for the first Great Council, so the Lords of Westeros can decide between Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Aemon)|Rhaenys]]'s only son, [[Laenor Velaryon]], and Prince Baelon's eldest son, Prince [[Viserys I Targaryen|Viserys]]. Viserys is elected with a majority of votes.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys I}}
 
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| '''[[Conquest of Dorne|Daeron conquers Dorne]]''': Upon taking the throne at age fourteen, King [[Daeron I Targaryen|Daeron I]] decides to finish Aegon the Conqueror's work and launches a successful invasion of Dorne. Unfortunately, he leaves a [[House Tyrell|Tyrell]] of Highgarden in charge: a house that has warred with the Martells for thousands of years. The tyrannical rule of the Tyrells triggers an uprising against the [[Iron Throne]]. When Daeron I returns with a fresh army, he is killed, his cousin Prince Aemon the Dragonknight is captured and his forty thousand men are lost.
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| '''Conquest of the Stepstones''': Prince [[Daemon Targaryen]] allies with Lord [[Corlys Velaryon]] to conquest the [[Stepstones]], a conflict eventually involving the [[Triarchy]] and [[Dorne]]. Daemon names himself King of the Narrow Sea in {{Date|109}}. He abandons the Stepstones in {{Date|115}}, when marrying [[Laena Velaryon]]. Five more Kings of the Narrow Sea would follow him in a short period of time, before Daemon's kingdom fell.{{Ref|TRP}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Viserys I}}
 
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| {{Date|120}}
| Reign of King [[Baelor I Targaryen|Baelor the Blessed]], the septon king. Baelor manages to forge a peace treaty with [[Dorne]]. It is said that he made this peace by walking the Boneway barefoot and rescuing his cousin, Prince [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Viserys II)|Aemon "the Dragonknight" Targaryen]], from a viper pit. He builds the Great Sept in [[King's Landing]], which is later renamed the [[Great Sept of Baelor]].
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| The '''Year of the Red Spring''': A year in the reign of Viserys I marked by four great tragedies. The deaths of both [[Laena Velaryon|Laena]] and [[Laenor Velaryon]], the former in childbirth, the latter murdered in [[Spicetown]], were the first two tragedies. Thirdly, Prince [[Aemond Targaryen]] lost his eye in a fight against his young cousin, Prince [[Lucerys Velaryon]]. Lastly, a great fire at [[Harrenhal]] claims the lives of Lord [[Lyonel Strong]], [[Hand of the King]], and his heir, Ser [[Harwin Strong|Harwin]]. Each of these events would influence the events that would lead to the ''[[Dance of the Dragons]]''.{{Ref|TRP}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Viserys I}}
Baelor locks his sisters in the Maidenvault of the [[Red Keep]] so the sight of them will not tempt him to carnal thoughts. Despite this, his sister [[Daena Targaryen|Daena the Defiant]] has an affair with her cousin [[Aegon IV Targaryen|Aegon]] (later crowned Aegon IV) and gives birth to a bastard son, [[Daemon I Blackfyre|Daemon Blackfyre]].
 
 
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| {{Date|129|131}}
| Prince [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron]], second cousin of Baelor I, and Princess [[Myriah Martell]] of Dorne are married and have their first son, Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor]].
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| '''The [[Dance of the Dragons]]''': The first major civil war in the history of the [[Seven Kingdoms]]; a war of succession between [[Aegon II Targaryen|Aegon II]] and his half-sister [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] over their father's throne. It consumes them both, as well as most of the Targaryen family and their remaining dragons. The war ends with [[Aegon III Targaryen|Aegon III]], eldest surviving son of Rhaenyra, being crowned.{{Ref|TPATQ}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon II}}
 
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| {{Date|171-172}}
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| {{Date|153}}
| Reign of King [[Viserys II Targaryen|Viserys II]].
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| '''Death of the last dragon''': King [[Aegon III Targaryen]] had struggled to breed healthy dragons - those he had managed to produce are born weak and sickly. He is unable to prevent the death of the last one, earning himself the title 'Dragonbane'. The [[Last dragon|last dragon]] dies in {{Date|153}}, and all that is left behind are several eggs which the Targaryens fail to hatch.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon III}}
 
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| {{Date|157|161}}
| Reign of King [[Aegon IV Targaryen]], Aegon the Unworthy, held to be the worst king in the history of Westeros. On his deathbed Aegon IV legitimises all his bastards, including the so-called 'Great Bastards': [[Daemon I Blackfyre|Daemon Blackfyre]], [[Aegor Rivers]], [[Brynden Rivers]] and [[Shiera Seastar]]. He is succeeded by his son, [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron II]], but his legitimacy is called into question due to his mother's close relationship with her second brother, [[Aemon Targaryen (son of Viserys II)|Aemon Targaryen]].
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| '''[[Conquest of Dorne|Daeron conquers Dorne]]''': Upon taking the throne at age fourteen, King [[Daeron I Targaryen|Daeron I]] decides to finish Aegon the Conqueror's work and launches a successful invasion of Dorne. Unfortunately, he leaves a [[House Tyrell|Tyrell]] of Highgarden in charge: a house that has warred with the Martells for thousands of years. The tyrannical rule of the Tyrells triggers an uprising against the [[Iron Throne]]. When Daeron I returns with a fresh army, he is killed, his cousin Prince Aemon the Dragonknight is captured and his forty thousand men are lost.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Daeron I}}
 
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| {{Date|170}}
| Reign of [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron II]].
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| Prince [[Daeron II Targaryen|Daeron]], second cousin of Baelor I, and Princess [[Mariah Martell]] of Dorne have their first son, Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor]]. Later that year, Princess [[Daena Targaryen]] gives birth to [[Daemon Waters]], her bastard son by Aegon IV Targaryen, who would later become known as Daemon I Blackfyre.<ref>''See the [[Years after Aegon's Conquest/Calculations Ages#Baelor Targaryen|Baelor Targaryen]] calculation.''</ref>{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon IV}}
 
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| {{Date|187}}
 
| {{Date|187}}
| [[Dorne]] formally joins the Seven Kingdoms through the marriage of King Daeron II's younger sister [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys]] to Prince [[Maron Martell]]. After his wedding, Prince Maron swears his fealthy to the Iron Throne.{{Ref|TWOIAF| Daeron II}}
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| [[Dorne]] formally joins the Seven Kingdoms through the marriage of King Daeron II's younger sister [[Daenerys Targaryen (daughter of Aegon IV)|Daenerys]] to Prince [[Maron Martell]]. After his wedding, Prince Maron swears his fealthy to the Iron Throne.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II}}
 
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| {{Date|196}}
| '''The [[First Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': The second major civil war of Westeros erupts after Daemon Blackfyre puts a claim on the Iron Throne based on Daeron II's illegitimacy. With many lords declaring for him, Daemon Blackfyre marches his forces on King's Landing but is defeated in the [[Battle of the Redgrass Field]]. He is killed by his half-brother, [[Brynden Rivers]], yet several of his sons escape to the [[Free Cities]] with [[Aegor Rivers]].
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| '''The [[First Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': The second major civil war of Westeros erupts after Daemon Blackfyre puts a claim on the Iron Throne based on Daeron II's illegitimacy. With many lords declaring for him, Daemon Blackfyre marches his forces on King's Landing but is defeated in the [[Battle of the Redgrass Field]]. He is killed by his half-brother, [[Brynden Rivers]], yet several of his sons escape to the [[Free Cities]] with [[Aegor Rivers]]. {{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II}}{{Ref|awoiaf| Maekar I Targaryen}}
 
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| {{Date|209}}
 
| {{Date|209}}
| The events of ''[[The Hedge Knight]]'' take place. Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor 'Breakspear' Targaryen]], the heir to the throne, is killed in a tourney mishap. A few months later, King Daeron II and Baelor's two sons die in [[the Great Spring Sickness]]. Daeron II's second son, [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys I]], becomes king. Prince Baelor's nephew Aegon becomes squire to a hedge knight, Ser [[Duncan the Tall]], in the hope of improving his mettle.
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| The events of ''[[The Hedge Knight]]'' take place. Prince [[Baelor Targaryen (son of Daeron II)|Baelor 'Breakspear' Targaryen]], the heir to the throne, is killed in a tourney mishap. A few months later, King Daeron II and Baelor's two sons die in [[the Great Spring Sickness]]. Daeron II's second son, [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys I]], becomes king. Prince Baelor's nephew Aegon becomes squire to a hedge knight, Ser [[Duncan the Tall]], in the hope of improving his mettle.{{Ref|THK}}
 
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| Reign of King [[Aerys I Targaryen|Aerys I]].
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| The events of ''[[The Sworn Sword]]'' and ''[[The Mystery Knight]]'' take place. As depicted in ''The Sworn Sword'', [[House Webber]] and [[House Osgrey]] of the Reach become allies. Bloodraven has become the King's Hand by this time, angering Prince [[Maekar I Targaryen|Maekar]], brother to Aerys and the late Baelor.{{Ref|TSS}}{{Ref|TMK}}
 
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| '''The [[Second Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': Blackfyre loyalists attempt to launch a second rebellion, but Bloodraven exposes the plan, the Pretender,  Daemon II Blackfyre, and executes many of the conspirators before a battle needs to be fought. These events are depicted in ''The Mystery Knight''.{{Ref|TMK}}
| The events of ''[[The Sworn Sword]]'' and ''[[The Mystery Knight]]'' take place. As depicted in ''The Sworn Sword'', [[House Webber]] and [[House Osgrey]] of the Reach become allies. Bloodraven has become the King's Hand by this time, angering Prince [[Maekar I Targaryen|Maekar]], brother to Aerys and the late Baelor.
 
 
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| '''The [[Second Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': Blackfyre loyalists attempt to launch a second rebellion, but Bloodraven exposes the plan, the Pretender, Daemon II Blackfyre, and executes many of the conspirators before a battle needs to be fought. These events are depicted in ''The Mystery Knight''.
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| {{Date|219}}
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| '''The [[Third Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': [[Haegon I Blackfyre]] and [[Aegor Rivers]] with the Golden Company attempt to invade Westeros. In the end, Haegon is killed after his surrender. Aegor Rivers is arrested, but allowed to go to the [[Wall]] by King [[Aerys I Targaryen]]. On his way there, his ship is intercepted, and he is freed by his own men. Before the year ended, Rivers had crowned Haegon's son, Daemon, the new Blackfyre King.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I}}
 
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| {{Date|233}}
| Reign of King [[Maekar I Targaryen]]. During Maekar's reign his eldest son [[Daeron I Targaryen|Daeron]] dies of the pox and his second son [[Aerion Targaryen|Aerion]] "Brightflame" dies after drinking [[wildfire]]. His third son, [[Maester Aemon|Aemon]], has already taken his [[maesters]] vows. Maekar dies battling an outlaw lord. Aemon refuses the crown and removes himself to the [[Wall]]. Prince Aegon becomes [[Aegon V Targaryen|Aegon V]], the Unlikely, as he is the fourth son of a fourth son. Bloodraven is exiled to the Wall by the new King, later becoming Lord Commander.
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| '''[[Great Council#Great Council of 233 AC|Great Council of 233 AC]]:''' King Maekar I dies in battle during th e[[Peake Uprising]] During Maekar's reign his eldest son [[Daeron I Targaryen|Daeron]] dies of the pox and his second son [[Aerion Targaryen|Aerion]] "Brightflame" dies after drinking [[wildfire]]. His third son, [[Maester Aemon|Aemon]], has already taken his [[maesters]] vows. Maekar dies battling an outlaw lord. Aemon refuses the crown and removes himself to the [[Wall]]. Prince Aegon becomes [[Aegon V Targaryen|Aegon V]], the Unlikely, as he is the fourth son of a fourth son. Bloodraven is exiled to the Wall by the new King, later becoming Lord Commander.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Maekar I}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon V}}
 
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| {{Date|226}}
| '''Beyond the wall''': The free folk unite under [[Raymun Redbeard]], King-Beyond-the-Wall. Taking the Night's Watch unawares, they scale the [[Wall]] and invade the [[North]]. They are eventually stopped at the [[Battle of Long Lake]] by a Stark host led by Lord [[Willam Stark]].
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| '''Beyond the Wall''': The free folk unite under [[Raymun Redbeard]], King-Beyond-the-Wall. Taking the Night's Watch unawares, they scale the [[Wall]] and invade the [[North]]. They are eventually stopped at the [[Battle of Long Lake]] by a Stark host led by Lord [[Willam Stark]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The North: The Lords of Winterfell}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Wall and Beyond: The Wildlings}}
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| '''[[Peake Uprising]]''' and the '''[[Great Council#Great Council of 233 AC|Great Council of 233 AC]]''': King Maekar I Targaryen is killed whilst fighting rebels during the Peake Uprising. Without a clear heir, [[Hand of the King]] [[Brynden Rivers]] calls for a Great Council, where the claims of Prince Maekar's children and grandchildren are discussed. [[Aenys Blackfyre]], son of [[Daemon I Blackfyre]], wishes to put forward his claim, and is invited by Rivers to come to King's Landing. Upon arrival, he is executed, as a message by Rivers to the Lords on the Great Council not to side with the Blackfyre's. In the end, Prince Aegon is named King [[Aegon V Targaryen]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Maekar I}}{{Ref|ACOK|6}}
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| '''The [[Fourth Blackfyre Rebellion]]''': [[Daemon III Blackfyre]] and the Golden Company invade [[Westeros]]. The rebellion is a short one, with Daemon III slain by Ser [[Duncan the Tall]], of the [[Kingsguard]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon V}} This year is also remembered as the '''Red Spring'''.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Viserys I}}
 
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| {{Date|259}}
 
| {{Date|259}}
| ''The [[Tragedy of Summerhall]]'': King Aegon V and his heir, Prince [[Duncan Targaryen|Duncan]], are killed in a great fire at the Targaryen's summer palace. The fire was triggered by an unsuccessful attempt to hatch the last three dragon eggs left in the west, and it heralded or directly contributed to [[Rhaegar Targaryen]]'s birth.
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| '''The [[Tragedy of Summerhall]]''': King Aegon V and his heir, Prince [[Duncan Targaryen|Duncan]], are killed in a great fire at the Targaryen's summer palace. The fire was triggered by an unsuccessful attempt to hatch the last three dragon eggs left in the west, and it heralded or directly contributed to [[Rhaegar Targaryen]]'s birth.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aegon V}}{{Ref|awoiaf| Rhaegar Targaryen}}
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| {{Date|259-262}}
 
| Reign of Aegon's second son [[Jaehaerys II Targaryen|Jaehaerys II]].
 
 
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| {{Date|260}}
 
| {{Date|260}}
| '''The [[War of the Ninepenny Kings]]''': War erupts when the [[Band of Nine]], including [[Maelys Blackfyre]], after having conquered the Free City of [[Tyrosh]] and the [[Stepstones]], begin to move towards the Seven Kingdoms. King Jaehaerys calls his banners to bring the attack to the Stepstones. [[Barristan Selmy]] kills Maelys. [[Brynden Tully]] distinguishes himself in the war. Prince Aerys Targaryen is knighted by Ser Tywin Lannister. Hand of the King [[Ormund Baratheon]] dies in the hands of his son, Ser [[Steffon Baratheon|Steffon]].
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| '''The [[War of the Ninepenny Kings]]''': War erupts when the [[Band of Nine]], including [[Maelys Blackfyre]], after having conquered the Free City of [[Tyrosh]] and the [[Stepstones]], begin to move towards the Seven Kingdoms. King Jaehaerys calls his banners to bring the attack to the Stepstones. [[Barristan Selmy]] kills Maelys. [[Brynden Tully]] distinguishes himself in the war. Prince Aerys Targaryen is knighted by Ser Tywin Lannister. Hand of the King [[Ormund Baratheon]] dies in the hands of his son, Ser [[Steffon Baratheon|Steffon]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys II}}
 
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| {{Date|261}}
| Reign of [[Aerys II Targaryen|Aerys II]], the Mad King. He appoints the ruthless young [[Tywin Lannister]] as his Hand.
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| '''[[Reyne-Tarbeck rebellion]]''': After years of friction, [[House Reyne]] and [[House Tarbeck]] rise in rebellion against their overlords of [[House Lannister]]. In the resulting conflict, [[Tywin Lannister]], heir to Lord [[Tytos Lannister]], obliterated both rebel houses.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Westerlands: House Lannister Under the Dragons}}
 
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| {{Date|276}}
 
| {{Date|276}}
| King Aerys spurns Tywin Lannister's offer of his daughter [[Cersei Lannister|Cersei]] for Prince [[Rhaegar Targaryen|Rhaegar]].
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| '''Birth of Prince [[Viserys Targaryen]]''': After many years, Queen [[Rhaella Targaryen]] finally gives birth to a healthy son who will survive infancy.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II}}
 
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| {{Date|277}}
 
| {{Date|277}}
| '''The [[Defiance of Duskendale]]''' takes place a while later, when [[House Darklyn]] refuses to pay taxes to the Iron Throne. Aerys, eager to sort out the situation himself, ends up being taken prisoner. Duskendale is besieged for six months before [[Barristan Selmy]] manages to free the king. House Darklyn is destroyed and [[House Rykker]] takes over the town. It is said that it was the Defiance that began Aerys' descent into madness. Aerys doesn't leave the [[Red Keep]] until {{Date|281}} because of this event. Around this time Prince Rhaegar begins corresponding with Maester Aemon and ponders if he is the "[[the prince that was promised]]", who shall be reborn to fight the great darkness when it returns. Later they conclude the prince is actually Rhaegar's baby son, [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Rhaegar)|Aegon]].
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| '''The [[Defiance of Duskendale]]''': [[House Darklyn]] refuses to pay taxes to the Iron Throne. King [[Aerys II Targaryen]], eager to sort out the situation himself, goes to Duskendale and is taken prisoner. Duskendale is besieged for six months before [[Barristan Selmy]] manages to free the king. House Darklyn is destroyed and [[House Rykker]] takes over the town. It is said that it was the Defiance that began Aerys' descent into madness. Aerys doesn't leave the [[Red Keep]] until {{Date|281}} because of this event.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II}}
 
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| After having been betrothed in early {{Date|279}}, Prince Rhaegar Targaryen marries Princess [[Elia Martell]] of [[Dorne]] in the [[Great Sept of Baelor]] early in the year. Towards year's end, their first child, Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Rhaegar)|Rhaenys]], is born.
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| '''Marriage of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen''': After having been betrothed in early {{Date|279}}, Prince Rhaegar Targaryen marries Princess [[Elia Martell]] of [[Dorne]] in the [[Great Sept of Baelor]] early in the year. Towards year's end, their first child, Princess [[Rhaenys Targaryen (daughter of Rhaegar)|Rhaenys]], is born.{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II}}
 
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==Robert's Rebellion==
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==The Fall of the Dragons==
 
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| ''The [[Year of the False Spring]]'': Lord [[Walter Whent]] holds a great [[Tourney at Harrenhal]], where Prince Rhaegar distinguishes himself in battle, but names [[Lyanna Stark]] of [[Winterfell]], who is betrothed to [[Robert Baratheon]], as the [[Queen of Love and Beauty]] rather than his own wife [[Elia Martell|Elia]]. [[Eddard Stark]] meets and befriends [[Howland Reed]] of [[Greywater Watch]].<hr>
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| '''Resolution of the [[Kingswood Brotherhood]]''': The band of outlaws called the [[Kingswood Brotherhood]] is defeated by a royal force commanded by [[Arthur Dayne]]; during that battle a young squire, [[Jaime Lannister]], distinguishes himself and is [[knight]]ed, later becoming a member of the [[Kingsguard]] and discarding his claim as Tywin Lannister's heir. Tywin resigns the Handship in angry protest and returns to [[Casterly Rock]].{{Ref|ASOS|11}}{{Ref|ASOS|31}}{{Ref|ASOS|67}}<hr>
 
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'''The [[Year of the False Spring]]''': Lord [[Walter Whent]] holds a great [[tourney at Harrenhal]], where Prince Rhaegar distinguishes himself in battle, but names [[Lyanna Stark]] of [[Winterfell]], who is betrothed to [[Robert Baratheon]], as the [[queen of love and beauty]] rather than his own wife [[Elia Martell|Elia]]. [[Eddard Stark]] meets and befriends [[Howland Reed]] of [[Greywater Watch]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Fall of the Dragons: The Year of the False Spring}}
The band of outlaws called the [[Kingswood Brotherhood]] is defeated by a royal force commanded by [[Arthur Dayne]]; during that battle a young squire, [[Jaime Lannister]], distinguishes himself and is [[knight]]ed, later becoming a member of the [[Kingsguard]] and discarding his claim as Tywin Lannister's heir. Tywin resigns the Handship in angry protest and returns to [[Casterly Rock]].
 
 
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| '''[[Robert's Rebellion]]''': Rhaegar Targaryen abducts Lyanna Stark. Lyanna's brother [[Brandon Stark|Brandon]] and father [[Rickard Stark|Rickard]] demand that Aerys discipline his son, but instead the Mad King kills them both. Aerys demands the heads of [[Robert Baratheon]] and [[Eddard Stark]] from their guardian, [[Jon Arryn]].  Instead, [[House Arryn|Houses Arryn]], [[House Stark|Stark]], and [[House Baratheon|Baratheon]] raise the standard of rebellion. Robert claims the throne through his descent from his great-grandfather, [[Aegon V]] and thus Robert's Rebellion, also called the War of the Usurper, begins. [[Hoster Tully]] agrees to join the rebellion as well. The [[House Tyrell|Tyrells]] remain loyal to the king and besiege Robert's castle of [[Storm's End]], held by his brother [[Stannis Baratheon|Stannis]]. The [[Hand of the King]], [[Jon Connington]], is defeated in the [[Battle of the Bells]] and is sent into exile in the [[Free Cities]]. The rebel army defeats the royalists at the [[Battle of the Trident]]. Prince Rhaegar is killed. The [[House Lannister|Lannister]]s apparently march to the aid of King Aerys, but instead turn against him and [[Sack of King's Landing|sack the city]]. King Aerys is killed by Jaime Lannister. Princess Elia Martell and her children, Aegon and [[Rhaenys Targaryen]], are brutally murdered by Lannister bannermen, causing a rift between Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon. Ned Stark and Howland Reed defeat the Kingsguard guarding the [[Tower of Joy]] holding Lyanna prisoner, only to find her dying. Robert Baratheon is crowned King of the [[Seven Kingdoms]]. With the war at an end, Eddard Stark will return home to Winterfell with his bastard son, [[Jon Snow]].
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| '''[[Robert's Rebellion]]''': Rhaegar Targaryen abducts Lyanna Stark. Lyanna's brother [[Brandon Stark|Brandon]] and father [[Rickard Stark|Rickard]] demand that Aerys discipline his son, but instead the Mad King kills them both. Aerys demands the heads of [[Robert Baratheon]] and [[Eddard Stark]] from their guardian, [[Jon Arryn]].  Instead, Houses [[House Arryn|Arryn]], [[House Stark|Stark]], and [[House Baratheon|Baratheon]] raise their banners in open rebellion, signifying the start of the war, which is also known as the '''War of the Usurper''', which will last close to a year. [[Hoster Tully]] agrees to join the rebellion as well. The [[House Tyrell|Tyrells]] remain loyal to the king and besiege Robert's castle of [[Storm's End]], held by his brother [[Stannis Baratheon|Stannis]]. The new [[Hand of the King]], [[Jon Connington]], is defeated in the [[Battle of the Bells]] and is sent into exile in the [[Free Cities]]. The rebel army defeats the royalists at the [[Battle of the Trident]], where Prince Rhaegar is killed. The [[House Lannister|Lannisters]] apparently march to the aid of King Aerys, but instead turn against him and Aerys is killed by Jaime Lannister the [[Kingslayer]] during the [[Sack of King's Landing]]. Princess Elia Martell and her children, Aegon and [[Rhaenys Targaryen]], are brutally murdered by Lannister bannermen, causing a rift between Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon. Eddard and Howland Reed defeat the Kingsguard guarding the [[Tower of Joy]] holding Lyanna prisoner, only to find her dying. Robert, who can trace his descent back to King [[Aegon V Targaryen]], is crowned [[Lord of the Seven Kingdoms]]. With the war at an end, Eddard returns home to Winterfell with his bastard son, [[Jon Snow]].{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Fall of the Dragons: The Year of the False Spring}}{{Ref|TWOIAF| The Fall of the Dragons: Robert's Rebellion}}
 
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| '''Aftermath of Robert's Rebellion''': At the command of his brother and new King, [[Stannis Baratheon]] builds a new fleet to assault [[Dragonstone]], the last Targaryen holdfast left after the Rebellion. Dowager Queen [[Rhaella Targaryen]] dies in childbirth, giving birth to Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen]] during a summer storm. With the garrison of Dragonstone prepared to surrender, loyal Targaryen retainers spirit away Rhaella and Aerys' two youngest children, Prince [[Viserys Targaryen|Viserys]] and Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen|Daenerys]], to safety of the Free Citiy of [[Braavos]].
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| '''[[Assault on Dragonstone]]''': [[Stannis Baratheon]], at the command of Robert I, his brother and the new king, builds a new [[royal fleet]] to take [[Dragonstone]], the last Targaryen holdfast left after the Rebellion. Dowager Queen [[Rhaella Targaryen]] dies in childbirth, giving birth to Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen]] during a summer storm. With the garrison of Dragonstone prepared to surrender, loyal Targaryen retainers spirit away Rhaella and Aerys' two youngest children, Prince [[Viserys Targaryen|Viserys]] and Princess [[Daenerys Targaryen|Daenerys]], to safety in the Free City of [[Braavos]].  
 
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| '''The [[Greyjoy Rebellion]]''': [[Balon Greyjoy]] names himself King of the [[Iron Islands]]. He is defeated and two of his sons are killed. King Robert accepts his surrender and Balon's remaining son, [[Theon Greyjoy]], becomes a ward and hostage of [[Eddard Stark]].
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| '''[[Greyjoy's Rebellion]]''': [[Balon Greyjoy]] names himself [[King of the Iron Islands]]. He is defeated and two of his sons are killed. King Robert accepts his surrender and Balon's remaining son, [[Theon Greyjoy]], becomes a ward and hostage of [[Eddard Stark]].
 
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| The events of ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' begin. (The Prologue of ''[[A Game of Thrones]]'' takes place in {{Date|297}}, and quite possibly the first few Daenerys chapters as well.)<hr>
In the North, after thousands of years without encounter, the [[Others]] reappear in an attack on rangers from the [[Night's Watch]] and a group of [[Wildlings]].
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In the north, after thousands of years without encounter, the [[Others]] reappear in an attack on rangers from the [[Night's Watch]] and a group of [[free folk]].
The [[Hand of the King]], [[Jon Arryn]], discovers that the heirs to the [[Iron Throne]] are bastards and is killed with poison.
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The [[Hand of the King]], [[Jon Arryn]], is poisoned after learning that [[Robert I Baratheon]]'s heirs to the [[Iron Throne]] are bastards.<hr>
Following the death of King [[Robert Baratheon]], the [[Seven Kingdoms]] is engulfed in the [[War of the Five Kings]], a central conflict that spans through all five books.
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Following the death of Robert, the [[Seven Kingdoms]] are engulfed in the [[War of the Five Kings]], a central conflict that spans through all five published books.
 
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| Beyond the Wall: With the disturbing news of a new [[Conflict Beyond the Wall|conflict Beyond the Wall]] brewing, the [[Night's Watch]] leaves in force on a [[the Great Ranging|ranging]] into the far north.
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| '''Beyond the Wall''': With the disturbing news of a [[conflict beyond the Wall]], the [[Night's Watch]] leaves in force on a [[great ranging]] into the far north.<hr>
In [[Essos]], after having hatched three [[dragon]] eggs, bringing dragons back to the world once again, [[Daenerys Targaryen]] conquers the great cities of [[Slaver's Bay]], setting their slaves free and throwing the region into chaos.
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'''In [[Essos]]''': After having hatched three [[dragon egg]]s, bringing [[dragon]]s back to the world once again, [[Daenerys Targaryen]] conquers the great cities of [[Slaver's Bay]], setting their slaves free and throwing the region into [[Targaryen campaign in Slaver's Bay|chaos]].
 
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| After a decade-long summer and brief autumn, winter finally engulfs [[Westeros]].  
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| '''In Westeros''': After a decade-long summer and brief autumn, winter finally engulfs [[Westeros]]. The long-believed-dead Prince [[Aegon Targaryen (son of Rhaegar)|Aegon Targaryen]] starts his invasion of [[Westeros]].<hr>
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'''In Essos''': Daenerys Targaryen rules [[Meereen]] as its queen.
 
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==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
{{quote|Past a certain point, all the dates grow hazy and confused, and the clarity of history becomes the fog of legend.{{ref|ADWD|48}}}} - [[Hoster Blackwood]], to [[Jaime Lannister]]
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{{quote|Past a certain point, all the dates grow hazy and confused, and the clarity of history becomes the fog of legend.{{ref|ADWD|48}}|[[Hoster Blackwood]], to [[Jaime Lannister]]}}
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{{quote|I prefer my history dead. Dead history is writ in ink, the living sort in blood.|[[Rodrik Harlaw]]}}
  
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Revision as of 05:47, 6 February 2019

This timeline of major events attempts to lay out the most important points in the history of Westeros and Essos, based on dates and information given in the novels and supporting material. For further detail, see years before Aegon's Conquest and years after Aegon's Conquest.

According to tradition, the known history of Westeros extends back over 12,000 years.[1] However, the oldest historic recounts in Westeros were written after the Andals' arrival to the continent, as the First Men used runes for carving on stone. Everything written about the Age of Heroes, the Dawn Age, and the Long Night originates from stories written down by septons thousands of years later. The accuracy of the legends and myths that recount much of this history is openly questioned by the maesters of the Citadel, amongst others.[2]

Timeline

All dates are in relation to the Conquest of Aegon the Conqueror, using negative numbers for events before Aegon's Conquest. Note, that 'ca' is an abbreviation for the Latin word 'circa', meaning around, or approximately.

Dawn Age

Prehistory Before the coming of men: The lands of Westeros are inhabited by a mysterious race of diminutive humanoid creatures known as the children of the forest, as well as giants and other magical creatures.[3]
ca. 12,000 BC The First Men invade Westeros: A human ethnic group from Essos, the First Men, invades Westeros by crossing the Arm of Dorne, bearing weapons of bronze. In a futile attempt to end the invasion, the children use the hammer of the waters to shatter the land bridge, creating the Broken Arm and the island chain known as the Stepstones.[4]

The First Men are more numerous, larger, stronger, and more technologically advanced than the children, who try to resist the invaders using their magic and obsidian weapons. It proves unsuccessful, however, and the First Men gradually push deeper and deeper into Westeros, establishing hundreds of petty kingdoms.[1][4]

ca. 10,000 BC Signing of the Pact: After years of warfare, the First Men and children of the forest come to a standstill and finally agree to a peaceful coexistence, signing the Pact on the Isle of Faces. This pact gives the First Men dominion over the open lands and lets the children keep control over the forested areas. In time, the First Men adopt the worship of the old gods of the forest.

Age of Heroes

ca. 10,000 BC Age of Heroes: An era during the history of Westeros, which would be named so later for the great men and women who live in the years of peace and prosperity following the forging of the Pact. The Pact endures for nearly four thousand years, and in that time, the children of the forest and the First Men grow closer. In time, the First Men set aside many of their cultural differences to embrace the ways and customs of the children of the forest. With the exception of the Drowned God of the Iron Islands and the Lady of the Waves and Lord of the Skies of the Three Sisters, the gods of the children become those of the First Men.

Many of the noble houses of Westeros today trace their lineage back to the Age of Heroes. This was the time when grand historical figures are said to have lived, such as Brandon the Builder, founder of House Stark; Lann the Clever, founder of House Lannister, who winkles Casterly Rock from the Casterlys; or Garth the Gardener, founder of House Gardener of the Reach. Also during this era the Storm Kings of House Durrandon arise in the stormlands—a line with figures such as the founding Durran, supposed builder of Storm's End—and the Grey King rules the ironborn of the Iron Islands.

ca. 8,000 BC or 6,000 BC The Long Night: In this time, night seems to last for a generation, and the longest, coldest and darkest winter descends on Westeros. The ice spreads down from the north, and under the cover of darkness, the Others invade Westeros from the uttermost north, marching, killing and raising up the dead to be their servants in unlife and nearly destroying all men in Westeros. The Long Night comes to an end with the Battle for the Dawn. The children and the First Men unite to defeat the Others with dragonglass weapons, with the Night's Watch pushing them back into the frozen reaches of the far north.[5] Legendary figures from this time include the last hero and Azor Ahai, who wields a great sword of fire, Lightbringer. These events are believed to have occurred between eight thousand and six thousand years ago.[6]
Building of the Wall: With the Others defeated, Bran the Builder, with the aid of giants, the First Men, and perhaps the children of the forest, raises the Wall, a monumental fortification of ice and ancient magic, to shelter the realms of men from the menaces of the north. The Sworn Brotherhood of the Night's Watch guards the Wall. It is said that Bran the Builder also builds Winterfell, becomes the first King of Winter, and founds House Stark.

The Night's King: Not long after the Wall is complete, the thirteenth Lord Commander of the Night's Watch breaks his oath. He is seduced by an Other woman from beyond the Wall, declares himself the Night's King, and rises in rebellion with the Watch as his personal army. During the dark years of his reign, horrific atrocities are committed, of which tales are still told in the north even after several millennia. The Starks of Winterfell and the King-beyond-the-Wall, Joramun, join forces to defeat the Night's King and thus restore honor to the Watch. This is the same Joramun who also finds the Horn of Winter, which he is said to use to awaken giants from the earth.

Andal invasion

ca. 6,000 BC, 4,000 BC, or 2,000 BC Foundation of the Faith: In the hills of Andalos on Essos, a new religion takes shape, the Faith of the Seven. Supposedly, seven deities appear to Hugor of the Hill, inspiring the Andals for their invasion of Westeros.

The Andal invasion: The Andals cross the narrow sea and make landfall on its eastern shore at the Fingers in the Vale. They come under the banner of the Faith of the Seven, with seven-pointed stars carved into their chests, wielding weapons of steel. They fight both the First Men and the children of the forest, sweeping the land much like the First Men did thousands of years before. When the Andals crossed the narrow sea from Essos is disputed; some sources indicate six thousand years ago,[7][8] the True History states it was four thousand years ago,[9] and some maesters claim it was two thousand years ago.[9]

For centuries the Andals war with the First Men and the children in an attempt to drive them out. One by one, the six southron kingdoms fall and the weirwoods are burned. Only the north remains under the rule of the First Men, in large part due to the strategically-located fortress of Moat Cailin resisting multiple attempts to take it and thereafter serving as the door between north and south. Even though the north remain secure, the children of the forest begin their slow withdrawal from the lands of men, retreating deeper into their forests and north of the Wall.

The Iron Islands fall to the Andals a thousand years after the beginning of their invasion of Westeros,[10] ending the line of Kings of the Iron Islands which originated from Urron Greyiron. Unlike in the other regions, however, Andals are assimilated to the native beliefs of the Old Way and the Drowned God.

Age of Valyria

ca. 8,0004,700 BC Rise of the Valyrian Freehold: While Westeros was recovering from the Long Night, in Essos, the peaceful sheep-herding folk of the Valyrian peninsula find dragons lairing in the Fourteen Flames, an immense chain of volcanoes extending across the neck of the peninsula. The Valyrians tame the dragons with magic, which gives them the means to gain influence over the area. The Valyrian Freehold is established. In its capital, Valyria, magic flourishes, topless towers rise toward the heavens where dragons soar, stone sphinxes gaze down through eyes of garnet, and smiths forge swords of legendary strength and sharpness.

Ghiscari wars: Five wars are fought between the Old Empire of Ghis, the greatest empire on the eastern continent, and the Freehold — wars which Valyria wins with the help of its dragons. The Valyrians practice slavery learned from the Ghiscari.

ca. 4,700 BC Fifth Ghiscari War: The Ghiscari wars end with the fifth war in which Old Ghis is utterly destroyed by the Freehold, as to ensure there would not be a sixth war. The Valyrians destroy the city's walls and streets with dragonflame, and salt and sulfur the fields. With the Ghiscari empire shattered, the Valyrian Freehold expands its influence over the surviving Slaver Cities of Slaver's Bay.[11][12][13]

Following the defeat of the Old Empire of Ghis, the Freehold seeks to expand their territories. The Andals, who had been living in Andalos, traveled west to flee the upcoming Valyrians and prevent slavery. They first landed in the Fingers in the Vale of Arryn. From there, they spread all across Westeros.[10]

ca. 3,700 BC After a thousand years, the Andals who invaded Westeros look towards the Iron Islands. There, they extinguished the line of Urron Greyiron, who had ruled the Iron Islands for a thousand years.[10]
1,436 BC Lorath: A sect of religious dissidents leave the Freehold to establish a temple upon Lorath's main isle, becoming the first inhabitants of the city that will become Lorath.[14]
ca. 950700 BC The Rhoynish Wars: With the destruction of Old Ghis, the Freehold's slow westward expansion brings it into conflict with the Rhoynish cities along the great River Rhoyne, a vast waterway. This series of wars between the Valyrian Freehold and the Rhoynar, starting around 950 BC with the First Turtle War, lasts for some two hundred and fifty years and ends with the Second Spice War.[15][16][17][18][19]
ca. 700 BC The Rhoynar migration: Prince Garin the Great raises an army a quarter-million strong to oppose the Valyrians, but fails utterly against their dragons. Following the defeat of the Rhoynar in the Second Spice War, Nymeria, a Rhoynish warrior-queen, evacuates the survivors of Garin's war, mostly women and children, on ten thousand ships across the narrow sea, seeking refuge in Dorne in southern Westeros. There, Nymeria forms a marriage alliance with Lord Mors Martell and together they finally organize the land into one kingdom, establishing House Martell as the ruling house of Dorne after Nymeria's War. Mors adopts many Rhoynish customs. The unification of Dorne under Nymeria and Mors leads to new conflicts with the kingdoms of the Reach and the Storm, expressed through raids, skirmishes, and the occasional wars over the centuries.
ca. 326 BC The Valyrian Freehold annexes a small island at the mouth of Blackwater Bay, off the east coast of Westeros. The Targaryens, a Valyrian dragonlord family, take control of the island, building a castle whose towers are shaped to look like dragons, giving it its name: Dragonstone.
126 BC Migration of the Targaryens: Following a prophetic dream of his daughter Daenys, Lord Aenar Targaryen decides to leave Valyria with his family and all their belongings. They settle on Dragonstone.
114 BC The Doom of Valyria: The nature of the Doom is unclear, save that heavy volcanic and seismic activity are involved, likely due to the Fourteen Flames, the mountains where the dragons were first discovered. The Valyrian peninsula is shattered and the city of Valyria is laid waste, although not completely destroyed. The dragons of Valyria are virtually wiped out and the Valyrian Freehold crumbles apart in the Century of Blood. Its various city-states break apart, asserting their independence and surviving to this day as the Free Cities and the cities of Slaver's Bay.

The Seven Kingdoms

ca. 3,000 BC Over the centuries following the Andal invasion, the southern kingdoms of the First Men fall, and eventually the Andals raise up six powerful kingdoms of their own.
ca. 3,000 BC Wildling Invasion: The free folk (wildlings) unite under the brother Kings-beyond-the-Wall, Gendel and Gorne. They manage to evade the Night's Watch and bypass the Wall in great numbers using a network of tunnels that extend under the Wall. However, they are met by the Stark king on the other side and are eventually thrown back.
ca. 700 BC House Stark finally subdues House Bolton, their primary antagonists for dominance in the North. Later Karlon Stark would defeat sea raiders from the east and found the cadet branch House Karstark.
In the west, the ironborn of the Iron Islands rise to power; at their peak they control most of the western coast from Oldtown and the Arbor in the south to Bear Island in the north.

The Rhoynar, fleeing the Valyrians, migrate to Dorne. This is the last major migration into Westeros.

ca. 42 BC Harrenhal: Ironborn King Harren Hoare begins the construction of the castle Harrenhal, which will take most of his reign to complete.

Targaryen Dynasty

2 BC – 1 AC Aegon's Conquest: Aegon the Conqueror invades Westeros and in two years' time subdues and unites six of the seven kingdoms of Westeros under his banner and constructs a new capital city at King's Landing. Dorne remains independent, however. With the destruction of the Storm King, Argilac the Arrogant, and the death of the last King of the Reach, control of the castle of Storm's End passes to Aegon's bastard half-brother Orys Baratheon, and of Highgarden to Harlen Tyrell. Edmyn Tully of Riverrun is named Lord Paramount of the Trident and Vickon Greyjoy of Pyke becomes Lord of the Iron Islands. The day of Aegon's coronation by the High Septon in Oldtown becomes the first day of Aegon's reign, beginning 1 AC.[20]
413 AC First Dornish War: Continuing the Wars of Conquest, Aegon I Targaryen invades Dorne but the Dornishmen successfully resist. Aegon's sister Rhaenys is presumed dead after disappearing at the Hellholt.[21]
4148 AC The Faith Militant uprising: Upon Aegon I's death, his son Aenys I takes the throne. He angers the Faith when he marries his eldest daughter to his eldest son, leading to an uprising against the Targaryens. Aenys is incapable of dealing with the crisis, and eventually dies of a short illness on Dragonstone in 42 AC. Dowager Queen Visenys, leading the care for Aenys, brings her son Maegor, Aenys' brother, back from his exile, and Maegor is crowned king, despite Aenys having three sons all before Maegor in the line of succession. Maegor's response to the Faith's uprising is ruthless and brutal, resulting in the deaths of thousands in battle, through slaughter and by dragonfire. Besides the Faith's uprising, Maegor also has to deal with Prince Aegon, Aenys I's eldest son, battling him for the throne, and later Prince Jaehaerys, who makes his claim known towards the end of Maegor's reign. [22][23]
48 AC Jaehaerys the Conciliator: King Jaehaerys I succeeds King Maegor, who by that time is known as Maegor the Cruel. He declares a truce and agrees to end the slaughter in return for the Faith Militant disbanding and submitting to the Targaryens, earning the name The Conciliator. Jaehaerys' rule brings decades of peace and prosperity to the realm.[24]
92 AC Choosing of 92 AC: With the death of King Jaehaerys I's eldest son and heir, Prince Aemon, King Jaehaerys needs name a new heir, choosing between Aemon’s only child, Princess Rhaenys, and Jaehaerys's own second son, Prince Baelon. Jaehaerys eventually names Baelon.[24]
96 AC Rise of the Three Daughters: After defeating Volantis at the Battle of the Borderlands by uniting their forces, the Free Cities Myr, Lys and Tyrosh decide to ally together, forming the Triarchy, also known in Westeros as the Kingdom of the Three Daughters. The Triarchy would last for several decades, during which they found find themselves in conflict with the Targaryens on occasion.[25][26][27]
101 AC The Great Council of 101 AC: After Prince Baelon's death, King Jaehaerys I needs to name a new heir once again. The King calls for the first Great Council, so the Lords of Westeros can decide between Princess Rhaenys's only son, Laenor Velaryon, and Prince Baelon's eldest son, Prince Viserys. Viserys is elected with a majority of votes.[24]
106115 AC Conquest of the Stepstones: Prince Daemon Targaryen allies with Lord Corlys Velaryon to conquest the Stepstones, a conflict eventually involving the Triarchy and Dorne. Daemon names himself King of the Narrow Sea in 109 AC. He abandons the Stepstones in 115 AC, when marrying Laena Velaryon. Five more Kings of the Narrow Sea would follow him in a short period of time, before Daemon's kingdom fell.[25][27]
120 AC The Year of the Red Spring: A year in the reign of Viserys I marked by four great tragedies. The deaths of both Laena and Laenor Velaryon, the former in childbirth, the latter murdered in Spicetown, were the first two tragedies. Thirdly, Prince Aemond Targaryen lost his eye in a fight against his young cousin, Prince Lucerys Velaryon. Lastly, a great fire at Harrenhal claims the lives of Lord Lyonel Strong, Hand of the King, and his heir, Ser Harwin. Each of these events would influence the events that would lead to the Dance of the Dragons.[25][27]
129131 AC The Dance of the Dragons: The first major civil war in the history of the Seven Kingdoms; a war of succession between Aegon II and his half-sister Rhaenyra Targaryen over their father's throne. It consumes them both, as well as most of the Targaryen family and their remaining dragons. The war ends with Aegon III, eldest surviving son of Rhaenyra, being crowned.[28][29]
153 AC Death of the last dragon: King Aegon III Targaryen had struggled to breed healthy dragons - those he had managed to produce are born weak and sickly. He is unable to prevent the death of the last one, earning himself the title 'Dragonbane'. The last dragon dies in 153 AC, and all that is left behind are several eggs which the Targaryens fail to hatch.[30]
157161 AC Daeron conquers Dorne: Upon taking the throne at age fourteen, King Daeron I decides to finish Aegon the Conqueror's work and launches a successful invasion of Dorne. Unfortunately, he leaves a Tyrell of Highgarden in charge: a house that has warred with the Martells for thousands of years. The tyrannical rule of the Tyrells triggers an uprising against the Iron Throne. When Daeron I returns with a fresh army, he is killed, his cousin Prince Aemon the Dragonknight is captured and his forty thousand men are lost.[31]
170 AC Prince Daeron, second cousin of Baelor I, and Princess Mariah Martell of Dorne have their first son, Prince Baelor. Later that year, Princess Daena Targaryen gives birth to Daemon Waters, her bastard son by Aegon IV Targaryen, who would later become known as Daemon I Blackfyre.[32][33]
187 AC Dorne formally joins the Seven Kingdoms through the marriage of King Daeron II's younger sister Daenerys to Prince Maron Martell. After his wedding, Prince Maron swears his fealthy to the Iron Throne.[34]
196 AC The First Blackfyre Rebellion: The second major civil war of Westeros erupts after Daemon Blackfyre puts a claim on the Iron Throne based on Daeron II's illegitimacy. With many lords declaring for him, Daemon Blackfyre marches his forces on King's Landing but is defeated in the Battle of the Redgrass Field. He is killed by his half-brother, Brynden Rivers, yet several of his sons escape to the Free Cities with Aegor Rivers. [34][35]
209 AC The events of The Hedge Knight take place. Prince Baelor 'Breakspear' Targaryen, the heir to the throne, is killed in a tourney mishap. A few months later, King Daeron II and Baelor's two sons die in the Great Spring Sickness. Daeron II's second son, Aerys I, becomes king. Prince Baelor's nephew Aegon becomes squire to a hedge knight, Ser Duncan the Tall, in the hope of improving his mettle.[36]
211 AC The events of The Sworn Sword and The Mystery Knight take place. As depicted in The Sworn Sword, House Webber and House Osgrey of the Reach become allies. Bloodraven has become the King's Hand by this time, angering Prince Maekar, brother to Aerys and the late Baelor.[37][38]
The Second Blackfyre Rebellion: Blackfyre loyalists attempt to launch a second rebellion, but Bloodraven exposes the plan, the Pretender, Daemon II Blackfyre, and executes many of the conspirators before a battle needs to be fought. These events are depicted in The Mystery Knight.[38]
219 AC The Third Blackfyre Rebellion: Haegon I Blackfyre and Aegor Rivers with the Golden Company attempt to invade Westeros. In the end, Haegon is killed after his surrender. Aegor Rivers is arrested, but allowed to go to the Wall by King Aerys I Targaryen. On his way there, his ship is intercepted, and he is freed by his own men. Before the year ended, Rivers had crowned Haegon's son, Daemon, the new Blackfyre King.[39]
233 AC Great Council of 233 AC: King Maekar I dies in battle during th ePeake Uprising During Maekar's reign his eldest son Daeron dies of the pox and his second son Aerion "Brightflame" dies after drinking wildfire. His third son, Aemon, has already taken his maesters vows. Maekar dies battling an outlaw lord. Aemon refuses the crown and removes himself to the Wall. Prince Aegon becomes Aegon V, the Unlikely, as he is the fourth son of a fourth son. Bloodraven is exiled to the Wall by the new King, later becoming Lord Commander.[40][41]
226 AC Beyond the Wall: The free folk unite under Raymun Redbeard, King-Beyond-the-Wall. Taking the Night's Watch unawares, they scale the Wall and invade the North. They are eventually stopped at the Battle of Long Lake by a Stark host led by Lord Willam Stark.[42][43]
233 AC Peake Uprising and the Great Council of 233 AC: King Maekar I Targaryen is killed whilst fighting rebels during the Peake Uprising. Without a clear heir, Hand of the King Brynden Rivers calls for a Great Council, where the claims of Prince Maekar's children and grandchildren are discussed. Aenys Blackfyre, son of Daemon I Blackfyre, wishes to put forward his claim, and is invited by Rivers to come to King's Landing. Upon arrival, he is executed, as a message by Rivers to the Lords on the Great Council not to side with the Blackfyre's. In the end, Prince Aegon is named King Aegon V Targaryen.[40][44]
236 AC The Fourth Blackfyre Rebellion: Daemon III Blackfyre and the Golden Company invade Westeros. The rebellion is a short one, with Daemon III slain by Ser Duncan the Tall, of the Kingsguard.[41] This year is also remembered as the Red Spring.[27]
259 AC The Tragedy of Summerhall: King Aegon V and his heir, Prince Duncan, are killed in a great fire at the Targaryen's summer palace. The fire was triggered by an unsuccessful attempt to hatch the last three dragon eggs left in the west, and it heralded or directly contributed to Rhaegar Targaryen's birth.[41][45]
260 AC The War of the Ninepenny Kings: War erupts when the Band of Nine, including Maelys Blackfyre, after having conquered the Free City of Tyrosh and the Stepstones, begin to move towards the Seven Kingdoms. King Jaehaerys calls his banners to bring the attack to the Stepstones. Barristan Selmy kills Maelys. Brynden Tully distinguishes himself in the war. Prince Aerys Targaryen is knighted by Ser Tywin Lannister. Hand of the King Ormund Baratheon dies in the hands of his son, Ser Steffon.[46]
261 AC Reyne-Tarbeck rebellion: After years of friction, House Reyne and House Tarbeck rise in rebellion against their overlords of House Lannister. In the resulting conflict, Tywin Lannister, heir to Lord Tytos Lannister, obliterated both rebel houses.[47]
276 AC Birth of Prince Viserys Targaryen: After many years, Queen Rhaella Targaryen finally gives birth to a healthy son who will survive infancy.[48]
277 AC The Defiance of Duskendale: House Darklyn refuses to pay taxes to the Iron Throne. King Aerys II Targaryen, eager to sort out the situation himself, goes to Duskendale and is taken prisoner. Duskendale is besieged for six months before Barristan Selmy manages to free the king. House Darklyn is destroyed and House Rykker takes over the town. It is said that it was the Defiance that began Aerys' descent into madness. Aerys doesn't leave the Red Keep until 281 AC because of this event.[48]
280 AC Marriage of Prince Rhaegar Targaryen: After having been betrothed in early 279 AC, Prince Rhaegar Targaryen marries Princess Elia Martell of Dorne in the Great Sept of Baelor early in the year. Towards year's end, their first child, Princess Rhaenys, is born.[48]

The Fall of the Dragons

281 AC Resolution of the Kingswood Brotherhood: The band of outlaws called the Kingswood Brotherhood is defeated by a royal force commanded by Arthur Dayne; during that battle a young squire, Jaime Lannister, distinguishes himself and is knighted, later becoming a member of the Kingsguard and discarding his claim as Tywin Lannister's heir. Tywin resigns the Handship in angry protest and returns to Casterly Rock.[49][50][51]

The Year of the False Spring: Lord Walter Whent holds a great tourney at Harrenhal, where Prince Rhaegar distinguishes himself in battle, but names Lyanna Stark of Winterfell, who is betrothed to Robert Baratheon, as the queen of love and beauty rather than his own wife Elia. Eddard Stark meets and befriends Howland Reed of Greywater Watch.[52]

282283 AC Robert's Rebellion: Rhaegar Targaryen abducts Lyanna Stark. Lyanna's brother Brandon and father Rickard demand that Aerys discipline his son, but instead the Mad King kills them both. Aerys demands the heads of Robert Baratheon and Eddard Stark from their guardian, Jon Arryn. Instead, Houses Arryn, Stark, and Baratheon raise their banners in open rebellion, signifying the start of the war, which is also known as the War of the Usurper, which will last close to a year. Hoster Tully agrees to join the rebellion as well. The Tyrells remain loyal to the king and besiege Robert's castle of Storm's End, held by his brother Stannis. The new Hand of the King, Jon Connington, is defeated in the Battle of the Bells and is sent into exile in the Free Cities. The rebel army defeats the royalists at the Battle of the Trident, where Prince Rhaegar is killed. The Lannisters apparently march to the aid of King Aerys, but instead turn against him and Aerys is killed by Jaime Lannister the Kingslayer during the Sack of King's Landing. Princess Elia Martell and her children, Aegon and Rhaenys Targaryen, are brutally murdered by Lannister bannermen, causing a rift between Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon. Eddard and Howland Reed defeat the Kingsguard guarding the Tower of Joy holding Lyanna prisoner, only to find her dying. Robert, who can trace his descent back to King Aegon V Targaryen, is crowned Lord of the Seven Kingdoms. With the war at an end, Eddard returns home to Winterfell with his bastard son, Jon Snow.[52][53]

King Robert's Reign

284 AC Assault on Dragonstone: Stannis Baratheon, at the command of Robert I, his brother and the new king, builds a new royal fleet to take Dragonstone, the last Targaryen holdfast left after the Rebellion. Dowager Queen Rhaella Targaryen dies in childbirth, giving birth to Princess Daenerys Targaryen during a summer storm. With the garrison of Dragonstone prepared to surrender, loyal Targaryen retainers spirit away Rhaella and Aerys' two youngest children, Prince Viserys and Princess Daenerys, to safety in the Free City of Braavos.
289 AC Greyjoy's Rebellion: Balon Greyjoy names himself King of the Iron Islands. He is defeated and two of his sons are killed. King Robert accepts his surrender and Balon's remaining son, Theon Greyjoy, becomes a ward and hostage of Eddard Stark.
297 AC Magister Illyrio Mopatis of Pentos invites Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen to stay in his manse and offers to help them reclaim their throne.

A Song of Ice and Fire

298 AC The events of A Song of Ice and Fire begin. (The Prologue of A Game of Thrones takes place in 297 AC, and quite possibly the first few Daenerys chapters as well.)

In the north, after thousands of years without encounter, the Others reappear in an attack on rangers from the Night's Watch and a group of free folk.

The Hand of the King, Jon Arryn, is poisoned after learning that Robert I Baratheon's heirs to the Iron Throne are bastards.

Following the death of Robert, the Seven Kingdoms are engulfed in the War of the Five Kings, a central conflict that spans through all five published books.

299 AC Beyond the Wall: With the disturbing news of a conflict beyond the Wall, the Night's Watch leaves in force on a great ranging into the far north.

In Essos: After having hatched three dragon eggs, bringing dragons back to the world once again, Daenerys Targaryen conquers the great cities of Slaver's Bay, setting their slaves free and throwing the region into chaos.

300 AC In Westeros: After a decade-long summer and brief autumn, winter finally engulfs Westeros. The long-believed-dead Prince Aegon Targaryen starts his invasion of Westeros.

In Essos: Daenerys Targaryen rules Meereen as its queen.

Quotes

Past a certain point, all the dates grow hazy and confused, and the clarity of history becomes the fog of legend.[9]

I prefer my history dead. Dead history is writ in ink, the living sort in blood.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 A Game of Thrones, Chapter 66, Bran VII.
  2. A Feast for Crows, Chapter 5, Samwell I.
  3. The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: The Dawn Age.
  4. 4.0 4.1 The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: The Coming of the First Men.
  5. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 21, Bran III.
  6. The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: The Long Night.
  7. A Game of Thrones RPG and Resource Book, Guardians of Order
  8. A Game of Thrones, Chapter 40, Catelyn VII.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 48, Jaime I.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: The Arrival of the Andals.
  11. The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: The Rise of Valyria.
  12. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 23, Daenerys II.
  13. Some five thousand years ago in 299 AC, placing its occurrence roughly around 4700 BC
  14. The World of Ice & Fire, The Free Cities: Lorath.
  15. The series of conflicts known as the Rhoynish Wars ended a thousand years before the main series in ~300 AC, and had lasted roughly two and a half centuries
  16. The World of Ice & Fire, Ancient History: Ten Thousand Ships.
  17. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 8, Tyrion III.
  18. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 14, Tyrion IV.
  19. A Dance with Dragons, Chapter 18, Tyrion V.
  20. The World of Ice & Fire, The Reign of the Dragons: The Conquest.
  21. The World of Ice & Fire, Dorne: Dorne Against the Dragons.
  22. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aenys I.
  23. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Maegor I.
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys I.
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 The Rogue Prince.
  26. The World of Ice & Fire, The Free Cities: The Quarrelsome Daughters: Myr, Lys, and Tyrosh.
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Viserys I.
  28. The Princess and the Queen.
  29. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon II.
  30. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon III.
  31. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron I.
  32. See the Baelor Targaryen calculation.
  33. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon IV.
  34. 34.0 34.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Daeron II.
  35. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Maekar I Targaryen.
  36. The Hedge Knight.
  37. The Sworn Sword.
  38. 38.0 38.1 The Mystery Knight.
  39. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aerys I.
  40. 40.0 40.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Maekar I.
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aegon V.
  42. The World of Ice & Fire, The North: The Lords of Winterfell.
  43. The World of Ice & Fire, The Wall and Beyond: The Wildlings.
  44. A Clash of Kings, Chapter 6, Jon I.
  45. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Rhaegar Targaryen.
  46. The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Jaehaerys II.
  47. The World of Ice & Fire, The Westerlands: House Lannister Under the Dragons.
  48. 48.0 48.1 48.2 The World of Ice & Fire, The Targaryen Kings: Aerys II.
  49. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 11, Jaime II.
  50. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 31, Jaime IV.
  51. A Storm of Swords, Chapter 67, Jaime VIII.
  52. 52.0 52.1 The World of Ice & Fire, The Fall of the Dragons: The Year of the False Spring.
  53. The World of Ice & Fire, The Fall of the Dragons: Robert's Rebellion.

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