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Die fiktive Welt, in der die Romane A Song of Ice and Fire von George R. R. Martin spielen, ist in mehrere Kontinente unterteilt, die zusammen als The Known World bekannt sind. Einige inoffizielle Fangruppen nennen es Planetos. Westeros ist ein großer Kontinent im äußersten Westen der bekannten Welt. Er wird durch die. Westeros ist einer der vier bekannten Kontinente in der bekannten Welt, in der Das Lied von Eis. Westeros: Die Welt von Eis und Feuer - GAME OF THRONES - [Bildband] | Martin​, George R.R., Garcia Jr., Elio M., Antonsson, Linda, Helweg, Andreas | ISBN. Daher erschuf Bestsellerautor George R.R. Martin den fiktiven Kontinent Westeros, auf dem sein Meisterwerk Das Lied von Eis und Feuer / Game of Thrones.

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Westeros: Die Welt von Eis und Feuer von George R.R. Martin ist mehr als nur ein Bildband. Das Buch bietet auch viele Infos über Westeros. Viele der ausgearbeiteten Details in Westeros und auch in Essos (z. B. der "Titan von Braavos") sind der europäischen und asiatischen Geschichte entliehen. Eine​. Westeros ist ein großer Kontinent im äußersten Westen der bekannten Welt. Er wird durch die.

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Besides King's Landing, which is the largest city in Westeros, the Crownlands include many towns and castles.

The illegitimate children born in the Crownlands are given the surname Waters. Dragonstone was once the westernmost outpost of the ancient Freehold of Valyria.

A century before the Doom, the Targaryen family moved to Dragonstone. When the Doom came upon Valyria, House Targaryen survived along with the last of the Valyrian dragons.

Another century later, Aegon Targaryen and his sisters Rhaenys and Visenya launched a massive campaign of conquest from the island and eventually conquered all of Westeros except for Dorne, and North of the Wall.

Aegon's progeny reigned as kings of the Seven Kingdoms for centuries. Dragonstone is a massive, forbidding fortress, taking up a large portion of the island of the same name.

The castle is unique in that the builders and sorcerers of Valyria carved its towers and keeps into the shapes of dragons and made ferocious gargoyles to cover its walls using both magic and masonry.

The castle's lower levels are warmed by residual volcanic activity deep below the keep. There is a small port and town outside of the castle.

During the War of the Usurper, before the sack of King's Landing, the Targaryen Queen Rhaella, who was pregnant, and her son Viserys were sent to Dragonstone along with part of the Targaryen fleet and a garrison of loyal soldiers.

But after King's Landing fell, Robert Baratheon dispatched his brother Stannis to take the island stronghold. After a storm destroyed the royalist fleet, the Targaryen garrison tried to betray Viserys and his newborn sister, Daenerys, to Stannis the queen had died in childbirth.

But Targaryen loyalists led by Ser Willem Darry took the children away. Stannis conquered Dragonstone easily, and King Robert granted him ownership of the castle.

Stannis felt slighted because his younger brother Renly then inherited Storm's End, the ancient seat of House Baratheon.

Upon Robert's death, Stannis declared himself King of Westeros and condemned the queen's children as bastards born of incest , as he had discovered with Jon Arryn.

Dragonstone became his main seat. He returned there after the disastrous Battle of the Blackwater. His councilor, the red priestess Melisandre of Asshai, tried to convince him to let her raise the "stone dragon" of the castle through blood magic, but Lord Davos Seaworth convinced Stannis to go north to the Wall to help the Night's Watch instead.

However, Ser Loras Tyrell, impatient to free the fleet to protect his home castle of Highgarden, attacked Dragonstone directly.

He took the castle but lost a thousand men and was himself reportedly gravely wounded. As of A Dance with Dragons , Dragonstone is now controlled by troops loyal to House Tyrell, and theoretically, once again under control of the Iron Throne.

One scene set at Dragonstone, in which Stannis burns wooden sculptures of the Seven gods, was filmed at the beach of Downhill Strand.

King's Landing is the royal capital of Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms. King's Landing has an estimated population of 1 million people, making it the most populous city in Westeros.

The main city is surrounded by a wall, which is manned by the City Watch of King's Landing, which is nicknamed the gold cloaks, after the cloaks they wear.

Within the walls, the city's natural landscape is dominated by three hills, named after Aegon and his two sister-wives Rhaenys and Visenya.

Poorer smallfolk commoners build shanty settlements outside the city. King's Landing is described as extremely populous but unsightly and dirty.

The stench of the city's waste can be smelled far beyond its walls. The royal castle, called the Red Keep, sits on Aegon's Hill.

It is the seat of the royal court. The Keep holds the Iron Throne. Aegon commissioned the throne's construction from the swords of his defeated enemies.

According to legend, he kept the blades sharp because he believed that no ruler should ever sit comfortably. Centuries later, kings still cut themselves on the throne.

It is a common belief that one who cuts himself on the throne has been "rejected" by the throne and is therefore not fit to rule.

It is the holiest sept of the Seven. The slums of King's Landing are called Flea Bottom, where residents are so poor they regularly subsist on "bowls of brown" , a mystery stew that can include the meat of puppies and murder victims.

Martin compared King's Landing to medieval Paris or London. Various other locations around Malta represent the Red Keep, "including the real-life residence of the president of Malta, San Anton Palace.

Angelo was used for the scenes of Arya Stark chasing cats; and St. Dominic monastery stood in for the scene where Ned Stark confronts Cersei Lannister in the godswood.

According to David Benioff, executive producer of the show, "King's Landing might be the single most important location in the entire show, and it has to look right", [S 16] and "The minute we started walking around the city walls we knew that was it.

You read the descriptions in the book and you come to Dubrovnik and that's what the actual city is. It has the sparkling sea, sun and beautiful architecture.

Weiss added "To find a full-on, immaculately preserved medieval walled city that actually looks uncannily like King's Landing where the bulk of our show is set, that was in and of itself such an amazing find".

The floor [at King's Landing] was from the Pantheon in Rome. And again, it occupied a quarter of the Paint Hall, so it's very big, but in my mind [in the books], it's Westminster Abbey, it's St.

Paul's Cathedral. Dorne is the southernmost and least populated land of Westeros. They had two children, a daughter, Rhaenys, and a son, Aegon.

Her children were also killed in front of her. During the War of the Five Kings, Tyrion Lannister , as Hand of the King, turns the historical enmity of House Martell and Dorne into an alliance by sending King Joffrey's middle sibling and sister, Myrcella Baratheon, as the betrothed future bride to Trystane, the youngest child of Prince Doran, who is about her own age.

The wealth of Dorne comes from their famous Sand Steeds, purebred horses of endurance, speed, and grace, and from spices, wines, fishing, fabrics, and textiles.

Dorne is bordered by the Sea of Dorne to the north, the islands known as the Stepstones to the east, and stretches from the high mountains of the Dornish marches, the Red Mountains, separating Dorne from the remainder of the Seven Kingdoms by land.

The southern coast of the continent is bordered by the Summer Sea. Martin, [S 15] Dorne has the highest temperatures of any kingdom in Westeros, and is arid, with a rocky, mountainous, terrain that includes the only desert on the continent.

Its rivers provide some fertile lands and during a long summer there is enough rain and other supplies of water to keep Dorne habitable.

Inland water is almost as valuable as gold, and wells are jealously guarded. Notable locations of Dorne are Starfall, the seat of House Dayne, and Yronwood, the seat of House Yronwood, the most powerful of the Martell bannermen.

Planky Town is a trade port town at the mouth of the River Greenblood. Dornishmen have a reputation for hot-bloodedness.

They differ both culturally and ethnically from other Westerosi due to the historical mass immigration of Rhoynish people. They have adopted many Rhoynish customs as well, including equal primogeniture.

Dorne was the only kingdom in Westeros to successfully resist Aegon's conquest, even killing one of his dragons during the war.

It was conquered by Daeron I over a century after the Targaryen invasion, but rose against him leading to his death. Finally under Daeron's cousin Daeron II they joined through marriage.

This accomplishment has allowed Dorne to retain a measure of independence. Lords of the ruling House Martell still style themselves "Prince" and "Princess" in the Rhoynish fashion.

Unlike most of the rest of Westeros, illegitimate children born in Dorne are treated nearly the same as legal offspring [ citation needed ] and given the surname Sand, [44] as with Westerosi customs to give bastards a surname showing their origins.

There were the salty Dornishmen who lived along the coasts, the sandy Dornishmen of the deserts and long river valleys, and the stony Dornishmen who made their fastnesses in the passes and heights of the Red Mountains.

The salty Dornishmen had the most Rhoynish blood, the stony Dornishmen the least. The salty Dornishmen were lithe and dark, with smooth olive skin and long black hair streaming in the wind.

The sandy Dornishmen were even darker, their faces burned brown by the hot Dornish sun. They wound long bright scarfs around their helms to ward off sunstroke.

The stony Dornishmen were biggest and fairest, sons of the Andals and the First Men, brownhaired or blond, with faces that freckled or burned in the sun instead of browning.

East of Naath, the Basilisk Isles have been a festering sore of the Summer Sea, and a safe haven for pirates , slavers , sellswords , and outlaws.

The Isle of Tears is the largest island, with steep valleys and black bogs. It was conquered by the Ghiscari and it was called Gorgai for two centuries, until the dragonlords of Valyria captured it and renamed it Gorgossos.

It was used as a prison by the Freehold, a place where they sent their most despicable criminals.

Naath, also known as the Isle of Butterflies, is an island off the north-west coast of Sothoryos that lies west of the Basilisk Isles.

The Naathi people have dark skin and golden eyes. They practice extreme pacifism, making music instead of war and refusing to eat meat, only fruit.

This makes them especially vulnerable to slavers from Essos. Daenerys' interpreter Missandei is from Naath. As indicated on a map in A Storm of Swords , the Summer Islands are situated to the south of Westeros, [20] with a local fauna of talking birds, [45] apes, [46] and monkeys.

Being roughly the size of Eurasia , [S 45] Essos has geography and climate that vary greatly. The western coastline is characterized by green rolling hills, the massive Forest of Qohor , and extensive island chains such as Braavos and Lys.

The middle of the continent is covered by the flat grasslands of the Dothraki Sea and the arid lands known as the Red Waste to the east.

Beyond the Red Waste lies the city of Qarth. The south is dominated by dry rolling hills and has a Mediterranean climate , with a coastline along the Summer Sea and Slaver's Bay.

The north coast of the mainland is separated from the polar cap by the Shivering Sea. To the south, across the Summer Sea, lies the uncharted jungle continent of Sothoryos.

Much of the fictional history of Essos relates to Valyria, a city located on a peninsula in southern Essos and the origin of House Targaryen before the destruction of the Valyrian Empire in an unspecified cataclysm.

The area is known in the books as Slaver's Bay. Across the Narrow sea on the western side of Essos lie the nine Free Cities, independent city-states that are mostly on islands or along the coast.

Although most Free Cities are named early in the first novel, [60] the books only provide a map of this region in A Dance with Dragons.

Mountains to the east separate the coast from the plains of the Dothraki Sea , though gaps in the mountain range provide the Dothraki people some access to the Free Cities.

The Free Cities were colonies built by the ancient Valyrian Freehold, and later declared independence after the Doom of Valyria.

The Free Cities span an area characterized by the river Rhoyne, which the local character Yandry describes as "the greatest river in the world".

Unique among the Free Cities, Braavos was not a Valyrian colony, but a secret refuge from Valyrian expansion. It is also famed for the Titan of Braavos, both a fortress and a statue.

The ruler of Braavos is known as the Sealord and it is from the sea that the city's power and wealth flows. The hulls of Braavosi ships are painted purple [69] and their merchant ships sail to many distant lands and bring their trade and wealth back home.

Braavosi dress in flashy colors while the very rich and powerful dress in black and in blues that are almost black.

Officials of Braavos, called keyholders and justiciars, wear drab coats of brown or grey. Every courtesan has her own barge and servants to work them.

The beauty of famed courtesans has inspired many a song. They are showered with gifts from goldsmiths and craftsmen beg for their custom.

Nobility and rich merchants pay the courtesans large amounts of money to appear alongside them at events, and bravos are known to kill each other in their names.

Pugnacious bravos fill the city, frequently dueling to display their skill. Braavos was inspired by Venice , Italy. Pentos is a major trading port on a bay of the western coast.

Dominated by an architecture of square brick towers, it is headed by a Prince who is chosen by the de facto rulers of the city, known as Magisters.

Khalasars occasionally make their way this far from the Dothraki Sea, but the Pentoshi are spared much of the raiding and invasions by paying tribute to their khals.

Men from Pentos wear dyed and forked beards. As in many Free Cities, slavery is outlawed, but the wealthy and powerful members of the city have the ability to flout these laws by keeping servants collared in bronze.

Daenerys's scenes in the pilot episode were filmed in Morocco. Volantis is a port on the southern coast of Essos, and is the oldest and proudest of the Free Cities.

A fortification known as the Black Wall protects the oldest parts of the city. Volantis is incredibly important to the slave market, and in the city there are five slaves to every free man.

The worship of R'hllor is the most influential religion of Volantis, especially among slaves. Before the Doom of Valyria, it was the seat of the Valyrian Freehold, a massive empire thousands of years old.

The Valyrians are characterized by their silver hair and violet eyes. Valyria was called The Freehold because every man who owned land was allowed to vote for their leaders.

The Valyrians also used slaves to mine the Fourteen Flames, a series of volcanoes rich with ore.

They did this through their knowledge of dragonlore. Many Valyrians rode dragons. However, hundreds of years ago, an event known as the Doom of Valyria, apparently involving a violent eruption of the Fourteen Flames, destroyed the Freehold and made Valyria an archipelago.

The Targaryens are of the blood of old Valyria, who escaped before The Doom. The Dothraki Sea is a vast, flat grassland on Essos.

It is inhabited by the Dothraki people, a copper-skinned race of warlike nomads with their own language and unique culture.

The Dothraki live in hordes called khalasars, each led by a chief called a khal. Khalasars are broken into groups, called khas, which are each led by one of the khal's captains, called kos.

Each khal and his khalasar owe fealty to a ruling council of royal priestesses, called the dosh khaleen, whose members are each a former khal's consort, called a khaleesi during the reign of her husband, one who became part of the dosh khaleen following his death.

Dothraki are expert riders and their horses are of prime importance in their culture, used for food, transportation, raw materials, warfare, and establishing social standing.

They regularly raid other peoples. Martin said "The Dothraki were actually fashioned as an amalgam of a number of steppe and plains cultures Mongols and Huns , certainly, but also Alans , Sioux , Cheyenne , and various other Amerindian tribes So any resemblance to Arabs or Turks is coincidental.

Well, except to the extent that the [historic] Turks were also originally horsemen of the steppes, not unlike the Alans, Huns, and the rest.

The Dothraki have only one permanent city, called Vaes Dothrak, which serves as their capital. The Dosh Khaleen hold the city as their seat.

It is filled with statues stolen from other cities the Dothraki conquered or raided. There is a law that no Dothraki may shed blood within the boundaries of Vaes Dothrak and that those who do are cursed.

Two gigantic bronze stallions, whose hooves meet midair, form an arch above the entryway to the city. The bronze stallions making up the Horse Gate as the main entrance of Vaes Dothrak, were later added using CGI on two pedestals erected on location.

Lhazar is an area of the semi-arid lands south of the Dothraki Sea. A region of pastures and hills, it is inhabited by the Lhazareen, a peaceful people with bronze skin, flat faces, and almond eyes.

They are predominantly shepherds, called the Lamb Men by the Dothraki, who frequently prey on them. They worship a god called the Great Shepherd and believe that all of humanity is part of a single flock.

Slaver's Bay is a marginal sea of the Summer Sea, [20] lying to the south of the Dothraki Sea, to the west of Lhazar and thousands of leagues to the east of the Free Cities.

She stays in Meereen throughout most of A Dance with Dragons. The cities were built from the rubble of Old Ghis, an ancient rival of Valyria that was crushed by Valyria thousands of years before the series' events.

Professional soldiers of all three cities wear outlandish costumes and hairstyles that limit their usefulness in battle. The cities' militaries are highly dependent on additional slave and mercenary armies for the actual fighting.

Present inhabitants of the bay are a mixed race that no longer speak the old Ghiscari tongue but variations of High Valyrian with a characteristic growl.

Their wiry hair was black or a dark red, or that queer mixture of red and black that was peculiar to Ghiscari".

Astapor lies on the banks of the Worm River, a wide, slow and crooked stream with wooded islands. The Plaza of Pride, which has a red-brick fountain and a huge bronze harpy statue in its center, serves as an open air slave market and a marshaling area for the Unsullied, elite eunuch spearmen known for discipline and effectiveness.

Daenerys decides to buy all of Astapor's trained and untrained Unsullied, over in number, [78] and tells them to kill all adult Astapori slavers and soldiers when she leaves the city.

The smallest of the three cities, Yunkai, like Meereen, does not trade in Unsullied but is known for its fighting pits and its pleasure houses, both of which turn out slaves at a brisk pace.

The city is similar to Astapor in architecture except for its smaller size and its use of yellow brick in its buildings instead of red. The slavers of Yunkai are known as the Wise Masters.

Because of the city's lack of Unsullied, it relies on a mixed professional and slave army of approximately 4, with at least 1, mercenaries.

Typical for Ghiscari, Yunkai soldiers wear impractical armor and oiled hair teased into enormous shapes, limiting their effectiveness.

The largest of the three slaver cities, Meereen has a population equaling that of Astapor and Yunkai combined.

The city has architecture similar to that of its neighbors, but it is made of bricks of many colors. Its landscape is dominated by a massive pyramid, named the Great Pyramid, and the Temple of Graces, which is capped by a golden dome.

Meereen is unique among the Ghiscari cities in that it is filled with many temples and pyramids. The slavers of Meereen are known as the Great Masters.

They field a force of lancers equipped in traditionally extravagant Ghiscari fashion with scales of copper and lances as long as fourteen feet.

It is built on the banks of the river Skahadhazan. The Red Waste is a great desert-like area in the eastern part of Essos. Not much is known about it, since it was only briefly seen in A Clash of Kings when Daenerys Targaryen and her khalasar crossed it.

The only known settlement in the region, Vaes Tolorro, is in ruins. First mentioned in A Game of Thrones , [84] the city of Qarth has not yet appeared on any maps in the books.

The reader learns through Daenerys's eyes that the city is surrounded by three graded walls of thirty to fifty feet in height, respectively engraved with portraits of animals, war, and lovemaking.

The city's buildings are of many colors, including rose, violet, and umber. Slender towers rise throughout the city, fountains adorn every square, and thousands of colored birds, blooming trees and flowers fill the city.

The Qartheen are described as "tall pale folk in linen and samite and tiger fur", with the women wearing gowns that leave one breast bare, while the men sport beaded silk skirts.

Asshai and the Shadow Lands are mysterious locations in the Ice and Fire world. They are first mentioned in A Game of Thrones [61] and were first mapped in The Lands of Ice and Fire , lying on the far east of the known world.

Martin is unsure if the books will ever take the readers to Asshai, but said that readers may learn more through the POV character Melisandre who originates from Asshai [54] or through the memories and mentions of other characters.

To reach the west, you must go east [ There are many tales about the Shadow Lands, though how much truth they hold is unclear.

The Dothraki believe that ghost grass covers the Shadow Lands, with stalks that glow in the dark and grow taller than a man on horseback.

Ibben is a collection of islands north of Essos in the Bay of Whales. Now power is held by the Shadow Council, which is made up of nobles, priests, and wealthy guildsmen.

Ibben is first mentioned in A Game of Thrones , where Tyrion talks of rumors that mammoths "roam the cold wastes beyond the Port of Ibben".

The novels repeatedly describe Yi Ti as a city full of wonders, lying in the far east. They are dominated by a race of mounted warriors called the Jogos Nhai.

The Jogos Nhai live in yurts and tents, and are a nomadic people. They are short, squat, and have large heads and small faces.

Men and women both have pointed skulls, a result of their custom of binding the heads of newborns. They also ride zorses , a striped mount that can withstand much more than average horse.

The Jogos Nhai do not fight between themselves, and live in small clans bound by blood. They live in a state of perpetual war with outsiders.

Each tribe is commanded by a jhat , or war chief, and a moonsinger, who is a priestess, healer, and judge. Moonsingers are generally female, and jhats are mostly male.

Paraphrased from The World of Ice and Fire. To the south of Essos is the continent of Sothoryos [20] [] mistakenly spelled Sothoros in early novels.

It is reported to be as large as Essos and described as a "land without end" by Jaenara Belaerys, a Valyrian dragonlord from before the Doom of Valyria.

The continent is first named on a map in A Storm of Swords , showing the cities of Yeen and Zamettar on it. The swampy nature of Sothoryos is briefly referenced by Victarion in A Dance with Dragons , [] and teak from Sothoryos is said to be used to build ships.

The map collection The Lands of Ice and Fire also shows the north tip of a landmass named "Ulthos" to the south of Essos and east of Sothoryos.

Asked whether this was another continent, Martin replied, "Well, it's a large landmass. I am a little unclear on the formal definition of 'continent' as opposed to 'big island.

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Neben dem riesigen östlichen Kontinent Essos werden andere Länder kaum wahrgenommen. Ein abgelegener und unbekannter Kontinent namens Sothoryos existiert im Südosten des Sommermeers, aber mit wenig Kontakt nach Westeros.

Im Normalfall gibt es im Norden noch auch in den längsten Sommern Schneefälle, während in Dorne fast nie Schnee fällt, sogar in den härtesten Wintern.

Westeros und Essos erleben die gleichen Auswirkungen von Jahreszeiten unterschiedlicher Länge, die mindestens einige Jahre anhalten.

Die Dauer der Jahreszeiten ist unvorhersehbar und variiert. Die Maester der Zitadelle beobachten aufmerksam das Klima, um Vorhersagen darüber anzustellen, wie lange eine gegenwärtige Jahreszeit andauern wird, aber es ist im besten Fall eine ungenaue Wissenschaft.

Zu Beginn der Handlung hat die Welt einen Sommer erlebt, der neun Jahre anhielt; eine ungewöhnlich lange Zeit, was die Maester befürchten lässt, dass ihm ein ebenso langer Winter folgt.

Westeros liegt weiter nördlich als Essos, weswegen es von längeren Wintern stärker betroffen ist als Essos mit seinem durchgehend mediterranen Klima.

Im Norden von Westeros wütet der Winter am grausamsten. Weitere Burgen wie beispielsweise Winterfell, betreiben aufwändige Gewächshäuser, die den Anbau von Gemüse selbst in den härtesten Wintern ermöglichen.

Es gibt Hinweise, dass die anhaltenden Jahreszeiten keinen natürlichen Ursprung haben, sondern hervorgerufen wurden durch das mythische Ereignis der Langen Nacht vor etwa 8.

Maester stehen dieser Theorie skeptisch gegenüber und tun es als Legende ab, trotz der unbestreitbaren Existenz der Mauer. Vor zwölftausend Jahren wurde Westeros von den wenigen Kindern des Waldes bewohnt, einer nicht menschlichen Rasse, die in Frieden und Harmonie mit der Natur lebte und die alten Götter des Waldes verehrte.

In dem bedeutenden militärischen Konflikt, in dem die Kinder des Waldes den Arm von Dorne angeblich durch Magie zerstörten und die Eng überschwemmten, konnte keine Seite den Sieg erringen, und es wurde ein Pakt geschlossen, der den Frieden wieder herstellte.

Die ersten Menschen übernahmen den Glauben an die alten Götter des Waldes. Im Krieg um die Dämmerung konnten sie durch ein Bündnis der ersten Menschen und der Kinder des Waldes zurückgeschlagen werden, aber für einen hohen Preis.

Letztere verschwanden ab diesem Zeitpunkt aus Westeros. Sie fegten über den Kontinent und eroberten die Ländereien südlich der Eng. Eine Unterwerfung des Nordens scheiterte mehrmals bei Maidengraben.

Die Valyrer siegten und zerstörten die Städte der Rhoynar mit ihren Drachen. Sie schloss eine Allianz mit Prinz Mors Martell von Sonnspeer, unterwarf die unzähligen kleinen Königreiche und Lords von Dorne und etablierte dadurch ein machtvolles, stolzes und unabhängiges Königreich.

Vor vier Jahrhunderten wurde Valyria durch eine Naturkatastrophe, dem sogenannten Untergang , zerstört.

Aegon der Eroberer war fähig genug, sechs Königreiche unter seiner Herrschaft zu einen, während erst mehrere Generationen später, auch Dorne durch eine friedliche Allianz eingegliedert werden konnte, deshalb die Bezeichnung " Sieben Königslande ".

Trotz anhaltender Bürgerkriege und den Verlust ihrer Drachen gelang es den Targaryen die Herrschaft über den gesamten Kontinent für mehr als Jahren zu behalten.

Dies änderte sich mit Aerys II. Die Sechs Königslande, ehemalig Sieben Königslande, werden in neun Verwaltungsbezirke gegliedert, von denen Sieben einst unabhängige Königreiche waren, vor den Eroberungskriegen der Targaryen.

Die Bevölkerung von Westeros umfasst mehrere Millionen Menschen, obwohl eine Zählung noch nie versucht wurde. Aufgrund des Wüstenklimas hat Dorne die kleinste Gesamtbevölkerung.

Danach folgen die Eiseninseln mit der zweitkleinsten Bevölkerung. Westeros wird überwiegend von Menschen bewohnt, soweit, dass menschenähnliche oder nicht menschliche Wesen als Mythos gelten.

Trotzdem gibt es einige bemerkenswerte ethnische Gruppen, die noch in Westeros existieren. Auch die Wildlinge stammen von ihnen ab.

Südlich der Eng hingegen, sind die meisten Bewohner Nachfahren der Andalen, welche ungefähr 6. Die Ersten Menschen leben überall in Westeros, aber hauptsächlich im Norden.

Wie ihr Name aussagt, waren sie die ersten menschlichen Bewohner von Westeros, welche über den Arm von Dorne einwanderten.

Sie bekämpften die Kinder des Waldes, bevor sie Frieden mit ihnen schlossen. Tausende von Jahren später fielen die Andalen in Westeros ein und vertrieben oder unterwarfen die ersten Menschen überall südlich der Eng.

Wildlinge , haben das Blut der ersten Menschen. Sie leben jenseits der Mauer, unabhängig vom Eisernen Thron. Sie stammen von den ersten Menschen ab, die nördlich der Mauer lebten, bevor diese erbaut wurde.

Die Wildlinge sind keine homogene Gruppe, sondern bestehen aus zahlreichen verschiedenen Stämmen, Städtern, Bauern, Fischern und Kriegern, welche die meiste Zeit gegeneinander kämpfen, statt gegen die Sieben Königslande.

Selten werden sie unter einem gemeinsamen Herrscher geeint, dem König jenseits der Mauer. Die Mehrheit der Menschen auf dem Kontinent stammt von den Andalen ab, die vor etwa Jahren den Westeros eroberten.

Die Andalen betrachten sich als zivilisierter und kultivierter als andere Völker in Westeros. Eisenmänner , leben lediglich auf den Eiseninseln, westlich des Festlands.

Sie sind eine Mischung aus Ehen zwischen den ersten Menschen der Eiseninseln und den Andalen, die dort einfielen. Dadurch gleichen sie der überwiegenden Ethnie im Süden von Westeros, aber durch ihre isolierte Lage auf rauen und felsigen Inseln, hat sich ihre Kultur deutlich anders entwickelt, als auf dem Festland.

Sie lehnten sowohl die Verehrung der alten Götter, als auch die der Sieben ab und folgten ihrem eigenen Glauben an den Ertrunkenen Gott, eine gefährliche Lebensweise, die Piraterie und Plünderung begünstigt, statt Handel und Landwirtschaft.

Rhoynar , Flüchtlinge aus Essos. Die Menschen aus Dorne sind Nachkommen der Rhoynar, einem Kriegervolk, das vom östlichen Kontinent vertrieben wurde und in Dorne wieder ansiedelte.

Dort vermischten sie sich mit den bereits einheimischen Andalen und ersten Menschen. Das Blut der Rhoynar gehört damit zu denen der Dornischen; Es ist besonders bei der Bevölkerung an Küsten und Flüssen erhalten geblieben und schwächer bei den Menschen, die in den Bergen der Region leben.

Sie neigen zu dunkler Haut und dunklem, lockigen Haar. Sie haben den Ruf hitzköpfig zu sein und sexuell freizügig. Im Gegensatz zum übrigen Reich praktizieren sie ein Erstgeborenenrecht, unabhängig vom Geschlecht.

Die Kinder des Waldes sind eine legendäre nicht-menschliche Rasse, welche Westeros bewohnte, unzählige Jahrtausende, bevor die ersten Menschen den Kontinent erreichten.

Der Legende nach, waren sie kleinwüchsig, langlebig und nur von geringer Zahl, aber geschützt durch die mächtige Magie der Grünseher und dem kriegerischen Heldenmut ihrer Elitekrieger, den Waldtänzern.

Maester der Zitadelle behaupten, dass die Kinder des Waldes ein Mythos seien und sie nie existierten.

Vor achttausend Jahren fielen sie in Westeros ein und brachten Kälte, Terror und Tod zu den ersten Menschen und den Kinder des Waldes, ehe sie von beiden in der Schlacht um die Dämmerung besiegt wurden.

Laut einigen Quellen wurden sie jedoch nicht vernichtet, sondern nur in den Norden zurückgetrieben, wo sie über Jahrtausende schliefen.

Allerdings glaubt nur ein Bruchteil der Bevölkerung an ihre Existenz. Riesen , unter der Bevölkerung ist ihre Existenz nicht bestätigt, doch Wildlinge bezeugen ihre Existenz nördlich der Mauer.

Sie werden nördlich der Mauer vermutet. Geflügelte Reptilien mit enormem möglichen Alter und Wildheit.

Sie sind fähig, Feuer zu spucken.

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Dies entspricht etwa 2. Das Terrain in Westeros ist sehr unterschiedlich. Der Trident mit seinen 3 Flussarmen.

Es gibt auch umfangreiche Flussgebiete, die der Region Flusslande ihren Namen gaben, vor allem die des Trident und seiner zahlreichen Nebenflüsse sowie den Schwarzwasser , den Mander und den Grünblut.

Das Klima variiert stark zwischen extremer Hitze und Kälte über den ganzen Kontinent. Südlich der Mauer liegen drei weitere Wälder: der Wolfswald um Winterfell , der Königswald südlich von Königsmund , beidseitig der Nordgrenze der Sturmlande , und der Regenwald im Süden der gleichen Region.

Zahlreiche kleinere Wälder prägen den Kontinent. Westeros wird durch die Meerenge und die darin befindliche Inselkette der Trittsteine vom östlichen Kontinent Essos getrennt.

Der Legende nach sind die Trittsteine die Überbleibsel einer uralten Landbrücke, die einst Westeros und Essos verband, aber in einer Katastrophe vor mehr als zehntausend Jahre zerstört wurde.

Neben dem riesigen östlichen Kontinent Essos werden andere Länder kaum wahrgenommen. Ein abgelegener und unbekannter Kontinent namens Sothoryos existiert im Südosten des Sommermeers, aber mit wenig Kontakt nach Westeros.

Im Normalfall gibt es im Norden noch auch in den längsten Sommern Schneefälle, während in Dorne fast nie Schnee fällt, sogar in den härtesten Wintern.

Westeros und Essos erleben die gleichen Auswirkungen von Jahreszeiten unterschiedlicher Länge, die mindestens einige Jahre anhalten.

Die Dauer der Jahreszeiten ist unvorhersehbar und variiert. Die Maester der Zitadelle beobachten aufmerksam das Klima, um Vorhersagen darüber anzustellen, wie lange eine gegenwärtige Jahreszeit andauern wird, aber es ist im besten Fall eine ungenaue Wissenschaft.

Zu Beginn der Handlung hat die Welt einen Sommer erlebt, der neun Jahre anhielt; eine ungewöhnlich lange Zeit, was die Maester befürchten lässt, dass ihm ein ebenso langer Winter folgt.

Westeros liegt weiter nördlich als Essos, weswegen es von längeren Wintern stärker betroffen ist als Essos mit seinem durchgehend mediterranen Klima.

Im Norden von Westeros wütet der Winter am grausamsten. Weitere Burgen wie beispielsweise Winterfell, betreiben aufwändige Gewächshäuser, die den Anbau von Gemüse selbst in den härtesten Wintern ermöglichen.

Es gibt Hinweise, dass die anhaltenden Jahreszeiten keinen natürlichen Ursprung haben, sondern hervorgerufen wurden durch das mythische Ereignis der Langen Nacht vor etwa 8.

Maester stehen dieser Theorie skeptisch gegenüber und tun es als Legende ab, trotz der unbestreitbaren Existenz der Mauer. Vor zwölftausend Jahren wurde Westeros von den wenigen Kindern des Waldes bewohnt, einer nicht menschlichen Rasse, die in Frieden und Harmonie mit der Natur lebte und die alten Götter des Waldes verehrte.

In dem bedeutenden militärischen Konflikt, in dem die Kinder des Waldes den Arm von Dorne angeblich durch Magie zerstörten und die Eng überschwemmten, konnte keine Seite den Sieg erringen, und es wurde ein Pakt geschlossen, der den Frieden wieder herstellte.

Die ersten Menschen übernahmen den Glauben an die alten Götter des Waldes. Im Krieg um die Dämmerung konnten sie durch ein Bündnis der ersten Menschen und der Kinder des Waldes zurückgeschlagen werden, aber für einen hohen Preis.

Letztere verschwanden ab diesem Zeitpunkt aus Westeros. Sie fegten über den Kontinent und eroberten die Ländereien südlich der Eng. Eine Unterwerfung des Nordens scheiterte mehrmals bei Maidengraben.

Die Valyrer siegten und zerstörten die Städte der Rhoynar mit ihren Drachen. Sie schloss eine Allianz mit Prinz Mors Martell von Sonnspeer, unterwarf die unzähligen kleinen Königreiche und Lords von Dorne und etablierte dadurch ein machtvolles, stolzes und unabhängiges Königreich.

Vor vier Jahrhunderten wurde Valyria durch eine Naturkatastrophe, dem sogenannten Untergang , zerstört. Aegon der Eroberer war fähig genug, sechs Königreiche unter seiner Herrschaft zu einen, während erst mehrere Generationen später, auch Dorne durch eine friedliche Allianz eingegliedert werden konnte, deshalb die Bezeichnung " Sieben Königslande ".

Trotz anhaltender Bürgerkriege und den Verlust ihrer Drachen gelang es den Targaryen die Herrschaft über den gesamten Kontinent für mehr als Jahren zu behalten.

Dies änderte sich mit Aerys II. Die Sechs Königslande, ehemalig Sieben Königslande, werden in neun Verwaltungsbezirke gegliedert, von denen Sieben einst unabhängige Königreiche waren, vor den Eroberungskriegen der Targaryen.

Die Bevölkerung von Westeros umfasst mehrere Millionen Menschen, obwohl eine Zählung noch nie versucht wurde. Aufgrund des Wüstenklimas hat Dorne die kleinste Gesamtbevölkerung.

Danach folgen die Eiseninseln mit der zweitkleinsten Bevölkerung. Westeros wird überwiegend von Menschen bewohnt, soweit, dass menschenähnliche oder nicht menschliche Wesen als Mythos gelten.

Trotzdem gibt es einige bemerkenswerte ethnische Gruppen, die noch in Westeros existieren. Auch die Wildlinge stammen von ihnen ab.

Südlich der Eng hingegen, sind die meisten Bewohner Nachfahren der Andalen, welche ungefähr 6.

Die Ersten Menschen leben überall in Westeros, aber hauptsächlich im Norden. As a result, the First Men are still the predominant ethnic group in the North, though six thousand years of intermarriage with Andal lords has blurred this somewhat.

They are descended from those First Men who lived north of the Wall when it was constructed. The free folk are not a homogeneous single group, but consist of numerous different tribes, townsfolk, farmers, fisher-folk, and warriors, who mostly spend more time fighting one another than the forces of the Seven Kingdoms.

Occasionally, they are united under an over-chief known as the King-Beyond-the-Wall. The ironborn are a grouping resulting from the intermarriages between the First Men inhabitants of the Iron Islands and the Andals who invaded them.

While ethnically similar to other regions in the south of Westeros, which also have mixed First Men and Andal ancestry, their isolated geography on a harsh and rocky group of islands separate from the mainland resulted in their culture developing very differently, even after the arrival of the Andals.

Rejecting the worship of both the old gods and the Seven, they developed their own faith-based around the Drowned God and their own culture which favors piracy, martial prowess, and reaving over farming and trading.

The people of Dorne are descended from the Rhoynar, the hardy warrior-folk of the eastern continent who settled in Dorne after being driven out of their homeland by the Valyrians, and then intermarried with the local Andals and First Men.

The blood of the Rhoynar is thus intermingled in the Dornishmen; Rhoynar ethnicity is most strongly represented in those who live near the coasts and rivers, and weakest in Dornishmen who live in the interior mountains.

They tend to be olive-skinned with dark curly hair. They have a reputation for being hot-headed and sexually liberal. Unlike the other Seven Kingdoms, they practice equal primogeniture.

The Children of the Forest are a legendary race who ruled Westeros for untold millennia before the arrival of the First Men.

According to myth, they were diminutive, long-lived, and few in number, but were protected by the powerful magic of the greenseers and the martial prowess of their elite warriors, the wood dancers.

According to the wildlings, giants still exist north of the Wall and have some contact with the wildling communities.

The White Walkers are, according to legend, a race of ice-based creatures hailing from the extreme north. Eight thousand years ago, they invaded Westeros and brought cold, terror and death to both the First Men and the Children before they were defeated in the War for the Dawn.

Again, these claims are met with extreme skepticism today. Westeros has a primarily agrarian population, with few major cities relative to its size.

The five major cities of the continent are, in descending order of population:. The likes of Duskendale , Barrowton , and Stoney Sept , with populations of a few thousand each, are considered to be large towns rather than cities.

Castles are held by the noble houses of Westeros and range in size from the vast, city-sized edifices of Harrenhal or Winterfell to small towerhouses or fortified farmsteads run by landed knights.

The size of a castle and in what state of repair it is kept reflects the wealth and power of its ruling family.

A large, bovine animal. Used as a beast of burden and domesticated livestock, noted for their extreme size. When Dragons were extant in Westeros, the larger ones were known to hunt aurochs.

Winged reptiles of tremendous age and ferocity, capable of breathing fire. Originated in the east and enslaved by the Valyrians , who used them to forge their empire.

Most dragons were destroyed in the Doom four centuries ago, leaving the few possessed by House Targaryen as the only known surviving dragons in the world, which they used in their invasion of Westeros.

The last Targaryen dragons died over years ago. The skulls of more than a dozen dragons are kept in the Red Keep. A larger cousin of regular wolves, only found north of the Wall.

In the south, they are considered near-mythical. Occasional sightings of direwolves have been reported by the Night's Watch, but at the time the series starts there have been no confirmed sightings south of the Wall for centuries.

Massive cephalopods that stalk the world's oceans. So rare that they are largely held to be mythical, though sailors occasionally report seeing them.

Trained messenger-ravens are used as part of a widespread communications network that links all of the major cities and holdfasts in the Seven Kingdoms.

Large feline predators, found throughout Westeros but most notably in mountainous terrain such as the Vale of Arryn.

Westeros in the books is depicted much as in the TV series, though it is possible that the book version of the continent is slightly larger, as in the TV series it only takes a large party a month to get from Winterfell to King's Landing.

In the book version, this would only be possible for a fast single rider with frequent changes of mount.

George R. Martin has stated in interviews that the continent is roughly the size of South America. This is backed up by the suggestion by Maester Luwin in Season 2 that Torrhen's Square is "barely forty leagues" miles from Winterfell.

On the book maps, the distance is actually about — miles. However, how far Luwin was rounding down or up is unknown, making precise determinations of the difference impossible.

The three least populous of the Seven Kingdoms are the North, the Iron Islands, and Dorne - which all also are the "fringe" regions where Andal culture is not totally dominant.

There is a difference between the lowest total population, however, and population density. All three have quite low populations relative to the other kingdoms, but Dorne has the least total population.

The Iron Islands seem to have the next-lowest population. The North is nearly as large as the other six kingdoms put together, but has a population somewhat smaller than one of the other moderately-sized kingdoms of the south, such as the Vale or the Stormlands judging by the size of the armies that the Starks can raise.

Thus the North has perhaps the third-lowest total population, but its population density is the lowest of all regions, with its population scattered across vast stretches of moors and forests but little arable land to support more people.

The North is vast but there is very little in it. The Iron Islands have a total population almost as small as Dorne's, but the seven main islands are derided as wind-swept rocks with very little total surface area, so their population density might not be less than is typical on the mainland.

Dorne's population density is deceptive: almost all the population is crammed into the valleys of the Greenblood River and its tributaries in the east.

Outsiders who visit Sunspear or other major settlements in the river valleys think that they have the same, or even greater, population density than other regions of Westeros - not realizing that the towns in the river valleys represent almost the entire total population of Dorne.

There are also settlements up in the Red Mountains to the west, but central Dorne is a true rolling-sands desert, and utterly uninhabited except for a few oasis-castles.

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