Family tree of House Targaryen

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The following is a family tree of House Targaryen, a fictional noble family from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels and novellas. As the former ruling dynasty of Martin's world of Westeros, House Targaryen's remaining descendants play an important role in the novels and the TV series based on them.[1][2] Martin writes about earlier histories of the family in several novellas, including the Tales of Dunk and Egg series (1998-2010), The Princess and the Queen (2013) and The Rogue Prince (2014).[3][4]

Aenar
Gaemon Daenys
Aegon Elaena
Maegon Aerys
Aelyx Baelon Daemion
Valaena Velaryon Aerion
Visenya Aegon I
1-37
Rhaenys
Maegor
42–48
Aenys
37–42
Alyssa Velaryon
Aegon Rhaena Viserys Jaehaerys I
48–103
Alysanne
Aerea Rhalla Aemon Jocelyn Baratheon Aegon Alyssa Baelon Rodrik
Arryn
Daella Aeryn Vaegon Maegelle Valerion Viserra Gaemon Saera Gael
Rhaenys Aemma
Arryn
(daughter of Daella)
Viserys I
103–129
Alicent Hightower
Laena Velaryon Daemon Rhaenyra Laenor Velaryon Aegon II
129–131
Helaena Aemond Daeron
Baela Rhaena Jaehaera Aegon III
131–157
Daenaera Velaryon Viserys II
171–172
Visenya Jacaerys Velaryon Lucerys Velaryon Joffrey Velaryon Jaehaerys Aegon III
131–157
duplicate
Jaehaera
duplicate
Maelor
Daeron I
157–161
Rhaena Elaena Baelor
161–171
Daena Aegon IV
172–184
Naerys Aemon
Daemon Blackfyre Aegor Rivers Brynden Rivers Shiera Seastar Daeron II
184–209
Myriah Martell Daenerys Maron Martell
Aegon
Blackfyre
Aemon
Blackfyre
Daemon II
Blackfyre
Haegon
Blackfyre
Aenys
Blackfyre
son son Calla
Blackfyre
daughter Baelor Aerys I
209–221
Aelinor
Penrose
Rhaegel Maekar
221–233
Valarr Matarys Aelor Aelora Daeron Aerion Maester
Aemon
Aegon V
233–259
Rhae Daella
Vaella Maegor Duncan Jaehaerys II
259–262
Shaera Daeron Rhaelle Ormund
Baratheon
Aerys II
262–283
Rhaella
Elia
Martell
Rhaegar Viserys III Drogo Daenerys Hizdahr zo Loraq
Rhaenys Aegon Rhaego

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Orr, David (August 12, 2011). "Dragons Ascendant: George R. R. Martin and the Rise of Fantasy". The New York Times. Retrieved July 12, 2014. 
  2. ^ Poniewozik, James (June 13, 2011). "Game of Thrones Watch: The Unkindest Cut". Time. Retrieved August 13, 2014. 
  3. ^ Driscoll, Molly (July 31, 2013). "George R.R. Martin's new novella will be a part of the anthology Dangerous Women". The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  4. ^ McGovern, Bridget (June 3, 2014). "Feuding Targaryens: A Non-Spoiler Review of George R. R. Martin’s The Rogue Prince, or, A King’s Brother". Tor.com. Retrieved June 12, 2014.