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Petyr Baratheon
Baratheon stillborns Kissed by Fire
Season(s) Season 3
First seen "Kissed by Fire"
Appeared in 1 episode (see below)
Status Deceased
Death Stillborn
Family {Stannis Baratheon} - father
{Selyse Baratheon} - mother
{Shireen Baratheon} - sister
{Tommard Baratheon} - brother (stillborn)
{Edric Baratheon} - brother (stillborn)
{Robert Baratheon} - uncle
{Renly Baratheon} - uncle
{Imry Florent} - uncle
Gendry - cousin
{Barra} - cousin
"My sweet boys. Petyr, Tommard, Edric..."
―Queen Selyse Baratheon[src]

Petyr Baratheon is one of the stillborn sons of Stannis Baratheon by his wife Selyse Florent. His mother keeps his corpse in a glass jar on display in her chamber along with his also stillborn brothers, Tommard and Edric.


Season Three appearances
Valar Dohaeris Dark Wings, Dark Words Walk of Punishment And Now His Watch is Ended Kissed by Fire
The Climb The Bear and the Maiden Fair Second Sons The Rains of Castamere Mhysa

Family treeEdit

Steffon Baratheon
Cassana Baratheon
née Estermont
Unknown tree
Various women
Robert tree

Robert Baratheon

Cersei tree
Cersei Lannister Lannister shield icon
100px-Jaime tree
Jaime Lannister Lannister shield icon
S5 Stannis Tree

Stannis Baratheon

Selyse Baratheon tree
Selyse Baratheon
née Florent Florent-small
Loras Tree
Loras Tyrell Tyrell-small
Renly Tree

Renly Baratheon Renly icon

Margaery Tree
Margaery Tyrell Tyrell shield icon
Gendry tree
Unknown tree
other bastards
KL baratheon sigil
Unnamed son Joff icon
Died in infancy
Joffrey tree

Joffrey Baratheon KL Baratheon mini shield

Margaery Tree
Margaery Tyrell Tyrell shield icon
Mycella Season 5 family tree pic

Myrcella Baratheon KL Baratheon shield icon

Trystane Martell family tree
Trystane Martell Martell shield icon
Tommen Baratheon family tree
Tommen Baratheon KL Baratheon shield icon
Margaery Tree
Margaery Tyrell Tyrell shield icon
Tommard tree
Three stillborn sons Stannis icon
Shireen castportal
Shireen Baratheon Stannis icon


Behind the scenesEdit

Staff writer Bryan Cogman came up with the idea of the stillborn fetuses being preserved in jars. Cogman said in an interview, "It was a proud day for me as a writer when I walked on set and saw those magnificently nasty prop dead babies floating in those jars."[1]

In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire book series, there is no mention Selyse Baratheon having any stillborn sons.


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