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'''Aegon Targaryen''' may refer to:
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'''Aegon Targaryen''' was the first king of the [[House Targaryen|Targaryen dynasty]] of Westeros. As a result, many of his descendants were named after him, including four other kings who sat the [[Iron Throne]].
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Characters named "Aegon Targaryen" include:
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#[[Aegon I Targaryen]], also called Aegon the Conqueror, the unifier of the Seven Kingdoms.
 
#[[Aegon I Targaryen]], also called Aegon the Conqueror, the unifier of the Seven Kingdoms.
#[[Aegon V Targaryen]], a later king of the Seven Kingdoms.
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#[[Aegon II Targaryen]], who usurped his half-sister [[Rhaenyra Targaryen]] during the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons.
#[[Aegon Targaryen (Son of Rhaegar)]], the son of Rhaegar Targaryen who was murdered in the [[Sack of King's Landing]].
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#[[Aegon III Targaryen]], son of Rhaenyra and half-nephew of Aegon II.
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#[[Aegon IV Targaryen]], nephew of Aegon III. A glutton and one of the worst kings of the Targaryen dynasty. Legitimized his [[Bastardy|bastard]] son [[Daemon Blackfyre]] on his deathbed, resulting in the creation of the cadet branch of House Targaryen known as [[House Blackfyre]].
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#[[Aegon V Targaryen]], son of King [[Maekar Targaryen]]. Brother of Maester [[Aemon]].
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#[[Aegon Targaryen (Son of Rhaegar)]], the son of Rhaegar Targaryen who was murdered in the [[Sack of King's Landing]]. Had he lived, he would have ascended the throne as "Aegon VI".
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Over the centuries, many other noble families have named their children "Aegon" in honor of the Targaryens. Other characters named "Aegon" but with a different surname include:
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*[[Aegon Blackfyre]], eldest son of [[Daemon Blackfyre]], who was himself the bastard son of King Aegon IV Targaryen. As a result, Aegon Blackfyre was also a descendant of Aegon I the Conqueror.

Latest revision as of 02:40, July 22, 2014

Aegon Targaryen was the first king of the Targaryen dynasty of Westeros. As a result, many of his descendants were named after him, including four other kings who sat the Iron Throne.

Characters named "Aegon Targaryen" include:

  1. Aegon I Targaryen, also called Aegon the Conqueror, the unifier of the Seven Kingdoms.
  2. Aegon II Targaryen, who usurped his half-sister Rhaenyra Targaryen during the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragons.
  3. Aegon III Targaryen, son of Rhaenyra and half-nephew of Aegon II.
  4. Aegon IV Targaryen, nephew of Aegon III. A glutton and one of the worst kings of the Targaryen dynasty. Legitimized his bastard son Daemon Blackfyre on his deathbed, resulting in the creation of the cadet branch of House Targaryen known as House Blackfyre.
  5. Aegon V Targaryen, son of King Maekar Targaryen. Brother of Maester Aemon.
  6. Aegon Targaryen (Son of Rhaegar), the son of Rhaegar Targaryen who was murdered in the Sack of King's Landing. Had he lived, he would have ascended the throne as "Aegon VI".

Over the centuries, many other noble families have named their children "Aegon" in honor of the Targaryens. Other characters named "Aegon" but with a different surname include:

  • Aegon Blackfyre, eldest son of Daemon Blackfyre, who was himself the bastard son of King Aegon IV Targaryen. As a result, Aegon Blackfyre was also a descendant of Aegon I the Conqueror.

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