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'''Goldengrove''' is the seat of [[House Rowan]]. It is located east of [[Red Lake]] in the northern portion of [[the Reach]].{{ref|tss}}{{ref|awoiaf}} Goldengrove is situated along a river which flows from the hills near [[Silverhill]] south to [[Highgarden]].<ref>''[[A Feast for Crows]]'', [[A Feast for Crows-Map of the South|Map of the South]]</ref>{{ref|tloiaf}}
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'''Goldengrove''' is the seat of [[House Rowan]]. It is located east of [[Red Lake]] in the northern portion of [[the Reach]].{{Ref|TSS}}{{Ref|AWOIAF}} Goldengrove is situated along a river which flows from the hills near [[Silverhill]] south to [[Highgarden]].<ref>''[[A Feast for Crows]]'', [[A Feast for Crows-Map of the South|Map of the South]]</ref>{{Ref|TLOIAF}}
  
==References and Notes==
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==History==
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During the [[War of Conquest]], the [[King of the Rock]], [[Loren I Lannister]], and the [[King of the Reach]], [[Mern IX Gardener]], joined their mighty hosts at Goldengrove before marching against [[Aegon I Targaryen|Aegon the Conqueror]]'s army.{{Ref|FAB|Aegon's Conquest}}
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During the [[Dance of the Dragons]], the Rowans submitted their castle to the [[Greens]] host led by Lord [[Ormund Hightower]] fearing that Prince [[Daeron Targaryen (son of Viserys I)|Daeron Targaryen]] would burn Goldengrove with his dragon, [[Tessarion]].{{Ref|FAB|The Dying of the Dragons - Rhaenyra Triumphant}}
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Lord [[Thaddeus Rowan]] died on his way back to Goldengrove in {{Date|135}}.{{Ref|FAB|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}}
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In {{Date|136}}, King [[Aegon III Targaryen]] canceled the [[royal progress]] prepared to mark his [[Customs#Age_of_majority|coming of age]]. Goldengrove was one of the castles planned to be visited by the king.{{Ref|FAB|The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency}}
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Latest revision as of 16:29, 19 May 2019

The Reach and the location of Goldengrove
The Reach and the location of Goldengrove
Goldengrove
The Reach and the location of Goldengrove

Goldengrove is the seat of House Rowan. It is located east of Red Lake in the northern portion of the Reach.[1][2] Goldengrove is situated along a river which flows from the hills near Silverhill south to Highgarden.[3][4]

History

During the War of Conquest, the King of the Rock, Loren I Lannister, and the King of the Reach, Mern IX Gardener, joined their mighty hosts at Goldengrove before marching against Aegon the Conqueror's army.[5]

During the Dance of the Dragons, the Rowans submitted their castle to the Greens host led by Lord Ormund Hightower fearing that Prince Daeron Targaryen would burn Goldengrove with his dragon, Tessarion.[6]

Lord Thaddeus Rowan died on his way back to Goldengrove in 135 AC.[7]

In 136 AC, King Aegon III Targaryen canceled the royal progress prepared to mark his coming of age. Goldengrove was one of the castles planned to be visited by the king.[7]

References

  1. The Sworn Sword.
  2. George R. R. Martin's A World of Ice and Fire.
  3. A Feast for Crows, Map of the South
  4. The Lands of Ice and Fire.
  5. Fire & Blood, Aegon's Conquest.
  6. Fire & Blood, The Dying of the Dragons - Rhaenyra Triumphant.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Fire & Blood, The Lysene Spring and the End of Regency.