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'''House Nayland of Hag's Mire''' is a noble house from the [[Riverlands]]. Neither their arms nor words have appeared in the books.
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'''House Nayland of Hag's Mire''' is a noble house from [[Hag's Mire]] in the [[riverlands]].{{ref|TMK}} Neither their arms nor words have appeared in the books. They may be a house of [[landed knight]]s sworn to [[House Frey]] of the [[Twins]], since Hag's Mire appears to be within Frey territory.{{Ref|ASOS|Prologue}}
  
==The Nayland House at the end of the third century==
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==History==
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Ser [[Lucas Nayland]] came down from [[Hag's Mire]] to attend the [[Whitewalls tourney]].{{Ref|TMK}}
  
The known Naylands during the timespan of the events described on [[A Song of Ice and Fire]] are:
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==Recent Events==
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
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[[Brienne Tarth|Brienne of Tarth]] recalls that Ser [[Raymond Nayland]] was one of her suitors who participated in a bet to see who could bed her first. As revenge, she defeated Raymond during the [[melee at Bitterbridge]] hosted by [[Renly Baratheon]].{{Ref|AFFC|20}}
  
* Ser [[Raymond Nayland]]
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==House Nayland at the end of the third century==
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* Ser [[Raymond Nayland]], a knight.{{Ref|AFFC|20}}
  
==References in the books==
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==Historical Members==
===Dunk & Egg===
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* Ser [[Lucas Nayland]] was a knight of some repute.{{Ref|TMK}}
* Ser [[Lucas Nayland]], a knight of some repute, attended the [[Whitewalls Tourney]]. He had come down from Hag's Mire.
 
  
===A Song of Ice and Fire===
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==References==
* [[Brienne of Tarth]] defeated Ser Raymond during the melee at [[Bitterbridge]].
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{{References}}
* Ser Raymond had been one of Brienne's suitors, involved in the bet on who could bed her first.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:06, 5 August 2020

House Nayland of Hag's Mire
Seat Hag's Mire
Head Unknown
Region Riverlands
Overlord House Frey

House Nayland of Hag's Mire is a noble house from Hag's Mire in the riverlands.[1] Neither their arms nor words have appeared in the books. They may be a house of landed knights sworn to House Frey of the Twins, since Hag's Mire appears to be within Frey territory.[2]

History

Ser Lucas Nayland came down from Hag's Mire to attend the Whitewalls tourney.[1]

Recent Events

A Feast for Crows

Brienne of Tarth recalls that Ser Raymond Nayland was one of her suitors who participated in a bet to see who could bed her first. As revenge, she defeated Raymond during the melee at Bitterbridge hosted by Renly Baratheon.[3]

House Nayland at the end of the third century

Historical Members

References