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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|tloiaf| The Dothraki Sea}} It was originally called '''Sathar''', but it is now known by its [[Dothraki language]] name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning "''Wailing Children''".{{Ref|AWOIAF| Yalli Qamayi (Sathar)}}
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'''Yalli Qamayi''' is a ruined city in [[Essos]] in the southeastern [[Kingdom of Sarnor]], bordering the central [[Dothraki sea]]. Located at the confluence of two branches of the [[Sarne]],{{ref|TWOIAF|Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands}} it is east of [[Vojjor Samvi]] and south of [[Vaes Leqse]].{{Ref|tloiaf|The Dothraki Sea}} It was originally called '''Sathar''', but it is now known by its [[Dothraki language]] name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning "Wailing Children".{{Ref|AWOIAF| Yalli Qamayi (Sathar)}}
  
 
==History==
 
==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]].{{Ref|AWOIAF| Yalli Qamayi (Sathar)}}
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Sathar, the Waterfall City, was said to have been the loveliest of the grassland cities of the [[Tall Men]].{{ref|TWOIAF|Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands}} During the [[Century of Blood]] following the [[Doom of Valyria]], however, it was the first city of the [[Kingdom of Sarnor]] to be burned by [[Dothraki]]. Its men were put to the sword and its women and children were taken as slaves, with three-quarters of them dying during the march to [[Hazdahn Mo]]. Khal [[Moro]] renamed the ruins "Yalli Qamayi". Three days ride west of Sathar, the kings of [[Kasath]] and [[Gornath]] fought each other in an attempt to claim the city's spoils.{{ref|TWOIAF|Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
 
===''A Game of Thrones''===
[[Daenerys Targaryen]] travels north of Yalli Qamayi during the journey of Khal [[Drogo]]'s ''[[khalasar]]'' from [[Pentos]] to [[Vaes Dothrak]].{{Ref|tloiaf| Journeys}}
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[[Daenerys Targaryen]] travels north of Yalli Qamayi during the journey of Khal [[Drogo]]'s ''[[khalasar]]'' from [[Pentos]] to [[Vaes Dothrak]].{{Ref|tloiaf|Journeys}}
 
 
==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]]''.
 
  
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 17:43, 18 July 2019

Yalli Qamayi is located in Essos
Yalli Qamayi
Essos and the location of Yalli Qamayi
The attack on Sathar - by Paolo Puggioni ©

Yalli Qamayi is a ruined city in Essos in the southeastern Kingdom of Sarnor, bordering the central Dothraki sea. Located at the confluence of two branches of the Sarne,[1] it is east of Vojjor Samvi and south of Vaes Leqse.[2] It was originally called Sathar, but it is now known by its Dothraki language name, Yalli Qamayi, meaning "Wailing Children".[3]

History

Sathar, the Waterfall City, was said to have been the loveliest of the grassland cities of the Tall Men.[1] During the Century of Blood following the Doom of Valyria, however, it was the first city of the Kingdom of Sarnor to be burned by Dothraki. Its men were put to the sword and its women and children were taken as slaves, with three-quarters of them dying during the march to Hazdahn Mo. Khal Moro renamed the ruins "Yalli Qamayi". Three days ride west of Sathar, the kings of Kasath and Gornath fought each other in an attempt to claim the city's spoils.[1]

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]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The World of Ice & Fire, Beyond the Free Cities: The Grasslands.
  2. The Lands of Ice and Fire, The Dothraki Sea.
  3. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire, Yalli Qamayi (Sathar).
  4. The Lands of Ice and Fire, Journeys.