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'''Yalli Qamayi''' is a ruined city in [[Essos]] in the southeastern [[Kingdom of Sarnor]], bordering the central [[Dothraki sea]]. It is east of [[Vojjor Samvi]] and south of [[Vaes Leqse]].<ref name="TDS">"The Dothraki Sea", ''[[The Lands of Ice and Fire]]''</ref> It was originally called '''Sathar''', but it is now known by its [[Dothraki language]] name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning Wailing Children.<ref>[http://wiki.dothraki.org/Vocabulary The Tongues of Ice and Fire Wiki]</ref>
 
'''Yalli Qamayi''' is a ruined city in [[Essos]] in the southeastern [[Kingdom of Sarnor]], bordering the central [[Dothraki sea]]. It is east of [[Vojjor Samvi]] and south of [[Vaes Leqse]].<ref name="TDS">"The Dothraki Sea", ''[[The Lands of Ice and Fire]]''</ref> It was originally called '''Sathar''', but it is now known by its [[Dothraki language]] name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning Wailing Children.<ref>[http://wiki.dothraki.org/Vocabulary The Tongues of Ice and Fire Wiki]</ref>
  

Revision as of 22:06, 3 January 2015

Yalli Qamayi is a ruined city in Essos in the southeastern Kingdom of Sarnor, bordering the central Dothraki sea. It is east of Vojjor Samvi and south of Vaes Leqse.[1] It was originally called Sathar, but it is now known by its Dothraki language name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning Wailing Children.[2]

History

Sathar was known as the Waterfall City, but it was destroyed by the Dothraki during the Century of Blood following the Doom of Valyria.[3]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Daenerys Targaryen travels north of Yalli Qamayi during the journey of Khal Drogo's khalasar from Pentos to Vaes Dothrak.[4]

Behind the Scenes

Yalli Qamayi has not yet been mentioned in the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, only appearing in The Lands of Ice and Fire and A World of Ice and Fire.

Notes and References

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