Notable Sources during and after the Conquest 2 BC - 282 AC

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Notable Sources during and after the Conquest 2 BC - 282 AC by Mind Map: Notable Sources during and after the Conquest 2 BC - 282 AC

1. The Reign of the Dragons (Pre-Dance) 2 BC - 129 AC

1.1. Archmaester Gyldayn's thorough account of the Conquest. Originally attributed to the well-renowned Archmaester Gerold.

1.2. "Conjectures" Archmaester Timothy. Claims that King Aegon I and his Queen Visenya left Sunspear alone during their rampage across Dorne, because they wanted to turn the Dornish against the surviving Martells.

1.3. "The Nine Voyages" Maester Mathis. Details the voyage of Lord Corlys upon the Sea Snake, and its loss of expensive cargo.

1.4. Arguments concerning the reasons for Viserys I exiling Prince Daemon. Eustace and Mushroom tend to disagree, but do have some areas of agreement.

1.4.1. Runciter (Grand Maester during reign of Viseryis I) and Munkin suggest the king and prince quarreled.

1.4.2. Others suggest that Queen Alicent convinced the king to exile his brother.

1.4.3. "The Reign of King Viserys, First of His Name, and the Dance of Dragons That Came After." Septon Eustace. Wrote after the war, confidant of Targaryens.

1.4.4. "The Testimony of Mushroom" Mushroom. A dwarf court jester with whimsical claims.

2. The Reign of the Dragons (The Dance of The Dragons) 129 AC - 131 AC

2.1. "The Reign of King Viserys, First of His Name, and the Dance of Dragons That Came After." Septon Eustace.

2.2. "The Princess and the Queen" and "The Rogue Prince" Archmaester Gyldayn. Chronicles the lead up to, and the end of the Dance of the Dragons.

2.2.1. Disputes this claim stating that Vermax was male and could not have laid eggs.

2.2.1.1. "Truth" Maester Anson. Disputes the notion that dragons could change sex. Based on a misunderstanding of Barth.

2.3. "The Testimony of Mushroom" Mushroom. Claims Lord Corlys fathered Addam and Alyn, sons of Marilda of Hull

2.3.1. Claims that Vermax left a clutch of eggs within Winterfell.

3. The Reign of the Dragons (Post-Dance) 131 AC - 281 AC

3.1. "The Conquest of Dorne" King Daeron. "considered a marvel of elegant simplicity in both its prose and its strategies." Gave the names of the different Dornish people.

3.2. "Red Sands" Maester Gareth. Records Dornish letters which suggest Lord Qorgyle ordered the murder of Lord Tyrell.

3.3. "Black Wings, Swift Words" Walgrave. Discusses the problems associated with using doves (at the command of Baelor I) instead of ravens.

3.4. "Lives of Four Kings" Grand Maester Kaeth. Discusses Aegon IV "The Unworthy," but little of his father, Viserys II.

3.5. "The Red Dragon and the Black" Merion. Assumedly deals with the Blackfyre rebellions. Unfinished. Suggests that King Daeron was notified by one of the Great Bastards, Brynden Rivers, of Daemon Blackfyre taking the throne.

3.6. Arcmaester Gyldayn. Fragments of what happened at Summerhall. Unclear due to an ink spill.

3.7. "Account of the War of the Ninepenny Kings" Maester Eon. Comprehensive work.

4. Unclear place in timeline

4.1. "Justice and Injustice in the North: Judgements of Three Stark Lords" Maester Egbert. Stresses that the treason of violating guess right is on par with kinslaying.