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 First Century
- The Camoran Dynasty of Valenwood is founded by King Eplear.
- The Ayleids of Cyrodiil use this newly formed kingdom as a buffer from the influence of the Alinor (Summerset Isle) kingdom. The White Gold Tower becomes an independent city-state, and the heart of the Ayleid Empire.
- 1E 20 — The Psijic Order first appears in recorded history.
- The Breton sage and author Voernet writes of his trip to the Isle of Artaeum to meet with Iachesis, the Ritemaster of the Psijics, the counselors of kings and proponents of the "Elder Way," taught to them by the original race that inhabited Tamriel.
- The "invasion" is really just two ships laden with corpses.
- 1E 113 — Birth of Harald.
- Later to be High King Harald, the legendary first historical ruler of the Nords who established Skyrim as an independent kingdom.[nb 1]
- When Harald's army breaches the stronghold, most of the cultists commit suicide by poisoning the stronghold's water supply (which also ends up killing much of the attacking force).
- 1E 221 — King Harald dies.
- 1E 222 — King Hjalmer dies.
- King Hjalmer dies and the second son of King Harald, Vrage the Gifted, takes the throne.[nb 2]
- 1E 240 — The Skyrim Conquests
- From 1E 222 - 272, the First Empire of the Nords expands across Morrowind and High Rock. Some sources interpret the Skyrim Conquests to have run from 1E 240 to 1E 415.
- Alessia, also known as the Slave Queen, leads the predominantly human slaves against the Ayleid Empire, with the help of the Nords and some rebel Ayleid rulers. They eventually conquer all of Cyrodiil.
- The White Gold Tower finally falls into the hands of the rebels, marking the end of Ayleid supremacy in Cyrodiil, and the Slave Queen Alessia founds the Alessian Empire. The remaining Ayleids that opposed Alessia seek refuge with Valenwood's Camoran Dynasty and the Direnni in High Rock, while the rebel Ayleid lords who sided with Alessia continue to rule parts of Cyrodiil as vassals of the new Empress Alessia. Some famous human heroes are Morihaus, who leads the attack of White Gold Tower, and Pelinal Whitestrake, who single-handedly defeats many of the Ayleid kings, including the Ayleids' demigod champion Umaril the Unfeathered.
- From 1E 243 to 498, the new kingdom of humans, under the rule of Empress Alessia and her descendants, prospers and rules the nearest kingdoms of Colovia. They build a strong national identity as they gradually become more united. The Empress Alessia creates the new religion of the Eight Divines, fusing the pantheons of the Nords and Cyrodiilic tribes, who followed Altmeri deities.
- 1E 246 — Daggerfall City is founded.
- The north half of the Iliac Bay, including the current province of High Rock, was conquered by invading Nords, who brought a rough sort of civilization with them. One of the first civilized acts the Nords performed was a census - the Book of Life. Listed on page 933 of the book is this entry: "North of the Highest bluffs, south of the moors, west of the hills, and east of the sea is called DAGGERFALL. 110 men, 93 women, 13 children under 8 years of age, 58 cows, 7 bulls, 63 chickens, 11 cocks, 38 hogs live here."
- 1E 266 — Empress Alessia dies.
- Akatosh (or Shezarr in the form of Pelinal) arrives at the White Gold Tower in the Imperial City and transforms the dying Alessia into the first of the Cyrodilic saints. Thus, Empress Alessia becomes the first gem in the Cyrodilic Amulet of Kings. This is the beginning of the Covenant between the Imperials and Akatosh, which helps to protect Tamriel from Oblivion.
- 1E 355 — The rise of Clan Direnni
- Clan Direnni, the only known High Elven ruling family remaining in human lands, claims power in High Rock through political maneuvering and various machinations.
- 1E 361 — The Alessian Doctrines are enforced.
- The Alessian Order becomes the dominant political factor in the Alessian Empire, and their doctrines are enforced throughout Cyrodiil and northern Tamriel. The doctrines impose the very strict religious teachings of the prophet Marukh, who, after reportedly receiving visions from the ghost of the Slave Queen Alessia, begins to question Elven rule, calling for a suppression of Elven elements within the pantheon of the Eight Divines. The Order enforces strict codes of behavior which preclude most forms of entertainment. The remaining Ayleid lordships, once tolerated by the Alessian Empire, are abolished.
- 1E 369 — King Borgas dies.
- High King Borgas of Winterhold is killed during the Wild Hunt, beginning Skyrim's War of Succession across the Nordic Empire. The conflict creates instability across the Empire, leading to its decline after the loss of most of its external holdings, most notably the province of Morrowind and their holdings in High Rock. The war ends in 1E 420 with the Pact of Chieftains.
- 1E 376 — The traditional Yokudan emperors are overthrown.
- The traditional tenets of the Yokudan Empire are overthrown, and although each successive emperor remains a figurehead for the empire, his powers are very much reduced. The Redguard people see 300 years of almost continuous civil war between provincial lords, warrior monks, and brigands, all fighting each other for land and power before the appearance of the hero Hunding.[nb 3]
- The united Chimer and Dwemer drive the Nords out of modern-day Morrowind, which was then called Resdayn. Nerevar and Dumac become leaders of the First Council of Resdayn, and it flourishes under their leadership. Peace among the Chimer and the Dwemer brings an unprecedented prosperity to their land.
- The Dwemer clan Rourken rebel against this alliance with the Chimer and self-exile themselves. According to legend, "the Rourken chieftain threw his mighty hammer, Volendrung, across Tamriel, promising to lead his clansmer to 'wherever it should fall.'" The land where they would arrive was thus called Volenfell (i.e., Hammerfell).
- Jurgen Windcaller goes on his "Seven-Year Meditation", culminating in the formation of the Greybeards.
- The Skyrim War of Succession ends with the Pact of Chieftains. The war resulted in Skyrim losing control of the other provinces in northern Tamriel, and though their borders continue to shift occasionally, they never regain their former stature.
- Olaf One-Eye is crowned High King of Skyrim.
- 1E 420 — Clan Rourken settles in Volenfell.
- 1E 448 — Rislav Larich is born.
- 1E 452 — Olaf One-Eye dies.
- 1E 461 — Coronation of Emperor Gorieus.
- The ceremony is attended by many of the most famous people of the time, including Rislav Larich, Darloc Brae, Kjoric the White, Hoag Merkiller, Indoril Nerevar, Dumac Dwarfking, and Ryain Direnni.
- 1E 470 — Approximate date of the discovery of the Flask of Lillandril.
- A group of elves living in the port city of Lillandril discover a magical flask with the ability to absorb all magic cast at it.
- After decades of skirmishing over common territory, Skingrad and Kvatch reach a peace, presumably due to a royal marriage.
- 1E 477 — Direnni conquers High Rock.
- Clan Direnni conquers High Rock and large parts of Skyrim and Hammerfell.
- 1E 478 — Kjoric the White dies.
- 1E 478 — The Colovian Estates, led by Rislav Larich of Skingrad, breaks away from the Alessian Empire.
- 1E 479 — The Alessian Reform is outlawed in High Rock.
- Ryain Direnni outlaws the Alessian Reform and puts its major advocates to death. Direnni forces begin to harass the Colovian West, pushing for the Heartland.
- 1E 480 — Ysmir Wulfharth takes the throne in Windhelm.
- 1E 480 — The Direnni push back the Alessians.
- Aiden Direnni leads a series of minor but important victories against the Alessians in High Rock.
- 1E 482 — The Battle of Glenumbria Moors
- The battle between the Alessian Order and the Direnni Elves of High Rock, under the command of Aiden Direnni. The Order was soundly defeated by the Elves at the cost of much of the Elven power in High Rock. The Nord High King Hoag Merkiller is killed during the battle.
- The province of Skyrim, under the new High King Wulfharth, submits to a fiery reinstatement of the traditional Nordic pantheon. Alessian temples are destroyed, and remnants of its priesthood seek refuge in the Heartlands.
- 1E 498 — Elven power in High Rock is ended.
- The Elves of High Rock, after losing much power in the Battle of Glenumbria Moors against the Alessian Order, finally are driven from High Rock almost 20 years later, ending the so-called Late Ayleid Period.
 Sixth Century
- 1E 500 — The reign of High King Ysmir Wulfharth.
- The approximate date for the earliest legends of King Wulfharth (he actually first appeared in the history books in 1E 480).
 Seventh Century
- King Thagore of Daggerfall defeats the army of Glenpoint becoming the preeminent economic, cultural, and military force in southern High Rock. A position the kingdom has precariously kept ever since.
- 1E 609 — Mansel Sesnit becomes Elden Yokeda.
- Mansel Sesnit comes to the fore as the Elden Yokeda, or military dictator of the Yokudans, and for eight years succeeds in gaining control of almost the whole empire.
- 1E 617 — Mansel Sesnit is assassinated.
- Sesnit, the military dictator of Yokuda, is assassinated and a commoner, Randic Torn, takes over the government of the Yokudans. He would rule for 120 years.
- 1E 660 — Battle of Dragon Wall
- Mauloch, Orcish god of the Velothi Mountains, is defeated at the Battle of Dragon Wall and flees east.
- The first eruption of Morrowind's gigantic volcano, since known as Red Mountain. Ash spews into the sky and hides the sun for a year. It's called Sun's Death, and the Year of Winter in Summer.
 Eighth Century
- 1E 700 — Battle of Red Mountain
- The approximate date of the famous battle between the Chimer and the Dwemer, led by Nerevar and Dumac Dwarfking, which concludes the War of the First Council. Both Nerevar and Dumac perish. These events pave the way for the formation of Tribunal Morrowind, which would last until near the end of the Third Era.
- 1E 700 — The Dwemer disappear.
- The entire Dwarven nation across Tamriel mysteriously disappears.
- With the Dwemer gone, the War of the Crag between them and their Falmer slaves ends.
- Hunding, 14, loses his father in one of many insurrections, and Hunding is left to support his mother and four brothers.
- 1E 737 — Emperor Randic Torn dies.
- 1E 760 — Divad Hunding is born.
- 1E 776 — Divad Hunding becomes an Acrobat.
- Divad Hunding, frustrated by his fathers absence, quits his training at the Hall of the Virtues of War and becomes a circus acrobat (and later a notable bard).
- 1E 780 — Hunding writes the Books of Circles
- Frandar Hunding, thinking himself invincible, becomes a hermit retiring to a cave in the mountains of high desert to write his philosophy of the Way of the Sword in the Book of Circles.
- 1E 792 — Purported destruction of Yokuda.
- A renegade band of Ansei called the Hiradirge reportedly destroy the land after being defeated in battle.
 Ninth Century
- 1E 800 — Earliest date of Wayrest City
- It is difficult for historians to declare a certain date for the foundation of Wayrest. A settlement of some variety had been existent where the Bjoulsae River feeds the Iliac Bay, possibly since the 800th year of the First Era. The traders and fishermen of Wayrest were surrounded by hostile parties: the Orc capital of Orsinium had grown like a poison weed to the north, and the Akaviri pirates and raiders crowded the islands to the west. There is no mystery to Wayrest's name. After the fighting most travelers had to endure passing through the eastern end of the Iliac Bay, the little fishing village on the Bjoulsae was a welcome rest.
- A warrior wave of Yokudans, the Ra Gada, drives the beastfolk and Nedic peoples from Volenfell. Over time, the name "Ra Gada" becomes corrupted into "Redguard", and the race claims Hammerfell as their homeland. The beastfolk refugees escape from Hammerfell and join the Orcs at Orsinium.
 Tenth Century
- 1E 946 — Creation of Shinji's Credo
- Gaiden Shinji is quoted saying his famous credo: "The best techniques are passed on by the survivors."[nb 4]
- 1E 948 — Earliest written reference to Wayrest.
- In the Annals of Daggerfall, King Joile's letter to Gaiden Shinji of the Order of Diagna contains the following reference: "The Orcs have been much plaguing the Wayresters and impeding traffic to the heart of the land."
- 1E 950 — Assault on Orsinium begins.
- The annihilation of the Orcish capital Orsinium begins thanks to the joint effort of Daggerfall, the new kingdom of Sentinel, and the now extinct Order of Diagna. It took constant effort over 30 years to finally drive out the Orcs.
- 1E 973 — The Memory Stone of Makela Leki is found.
- The memory stone of Makela Leki was found in the Bankorai pass. Its contents were written in the book From The Memory Stone of Makela Leki. Makela and her five companions died defending against an invasion led by King Joile of Daggerfall sponsored by the Crystal Tower.
- 1E 980 — Orsinium is defeated.
- The annihilation of the Orcish capital Orsinium by a joint effort of Daggerfall, the new kingdom of Sentinel, and the now extinct Order of the Diagna. The scattering of the Orcs from southeastern High Rock made the river route to the Bay more accessible. The tiny village of Wayrest is allowed to prosper.
 Eleventh Century
- 1E 1030 — The Legend of Red Eagle.
- Reachmen under Faolan put up a strong resistance against the incursion of the Alessian Empire into the Reach, though they are ultimately unsuccessful.
- Empress Hestra, fed up with the pirates hiding in the depths of Black Marsh, calls for the head of the most famous brigand, "Red" Bramman, as part of a larger campaign. Their incursion provided some of the first outsider accounts on the true culture of the land of the Argonians.
- 1E 1085 — Earliest known appearance of Skingrad in records.
- Though it is likely much older, Skingrad is first mentioned in ancient genealogical records around this time.
 Twelfth Century
- 1E 1100 — The kingdom of Wayrest is founded.
- After the defeat of Orsinium in 1E 980, trade in Wayrest grew rapidly, and the region is granted the right to be called a kingdom.
- 1E 1152 — Earliest known appearance of Bravil in records.
- Though the Ayleids had long settled the Bravil region, and humans presumably settled the area soon after displacing them, Bravil is first mentioned in genealogical records around this time.
- 1E 1167 — Earliest known appearance of Bruma in records.
- Though it is likely much older, Bruma is first mentioned in ancient genealogical records around this time.
 Fourteenth Century
- 1E 1301 — Sack of Skywatch
 Fifteenth Century
- 1E 1427 — Battle of Duncreigh Bridge
- The battle between Anticlere and the neighbouring hamlet of Sensford. It is celebrated each year by Anticlere with a march down Sensford's main street, usually resulting in many injuries and sometimes brief wars between the towns' knightly orders. The battle ultimately achieves nothing, as both sides continue to boast of their own antique lineage.
 The Dragon Break
The longest Dragon Break ever known, sometimes called the Middle Dawn, is said to take place across much of Tamriel for one thousand and eight years. Some scholars think the whole matter was the result of an error in a timeline. It was a "timeless time", and from exactly when to when it occurs is unknown.
 Twenty-Third Century
- 1E 2260 — Thrassian Plague
- A brutal plague devastates more than half of Tamriel's population, especially along the western coast nearest to Thras. The Sload are later defeated by the All Flags Navy.
 Twenty-Fourth Century
- 1E 2321 — War of Righteousness
- The War of Righteousness is fought in Cyrodiil, which would bring about the end of the Alessian Empire.
 Twenty-Eighth Century
- 1E 2702 — Wayrest City moves to Gardners Estate.
- The entire population of the city is forced to move into the walled estate of the Gardners as protection against pirates, Akaviri raiders, and the Thrassian Plague.
- 1E 2703 — Akaviri Trouble
- Tsaesci of Akavir cut a swath through Skyrim and invade Cyrodiil, spurring Reman Cyrodiil to rally the Colovian West and Nibenean East. Cyrodiil is united for the first time in centuries. The unified army defeats the Akaviri at the fort Pale Pass along the Cyrodiil-Skyrim border.
- After centuries of unrelenting warfare along the border with Cyrodiil and a plague from Thras, the land of the Bosmer finally falls to the Second Empire.
- 1E 2790 — Tjurhane Fyrre is born.
- The great Ayleid (Wild Elf) sage Tjurhane Fyrre is born.
- 1E 2794 — Reman II is born.
- He takes the throne some years later.
 Twenty-Ninth Century
- 1E 2801 — Emperor Kastav takes hostages.
- Emperor Kastav orders the Dragonguard to seize hostages from Markarth and Hroldan to ensure that the jarls would meet their conscription quotas. This is the latest in a series of such orders, and the official objections of the Master at Sky Haven Temple are denied per usual.
- 1E 2804 — The Winterhold Rebellion.
- A rebellion breaks out in Winterhold. The Dragonguard refuses orders to be sent to suppress the revolt, as it violates their Oath of Allegiance.
- 1E 2805 — Sky Haven Temple is besieged.
- An Akaviri commander named Kalion, rejected from the Dragonguard, is sent to suppress the Winterhold Rebellion. The locals soon besiege the Dragonguard's temple in the Reach, as they do not distinguish between Akaviri. The siege is lifted one year later.
- 1E 2811 — The Battle of Argonia.
- The last organized army of Argonians in Black Marsh is defeated by the forces of the Second Empire. They retreat to Helstrom, into the impenetrable center of Argonia where the men and mer wouldn't follow. The following year, Black Marsh would be officially incorporated into the Second Empire.
- 1E 2812 — Reman II takes the throne.
- He would later begin the war of conquest against Morrowind. Some sources claim his accession took place in 1E 2806.
- 1E 2812 — Construction of Alduin's Wall begins.
- The Dragonguard begin construction of an elaborate sculpture called "Alduin's Wall" at Sky Haven Temple.
- Though the number of dragons in Tamriel had been diminishing since the Dragon War thousands of years before, the Dragonguard at Sky Haven Temple continue to receive sporadic, unverifiable reports of dragons to the east.
- 1E 2818 — Construction of Alduin's Wall is completed.
- Emperor Reman II himself arrives at Sky Haven Temple to officially dedicate the Wall and consecrate the Blood Seal of the temple.
- The emissary of the Second Empire wrote many vitriolic rants against the denizens of Summerset Isle during his time there. These were later accepted as "reliable" accounts by human scholars of the Third Era.
- 1E 2837 — The province of Black Marsh is created.
- The Second Empire succeeds in seizing a large part of the swamplands of Argonia to create the province of Black Marsh. Its provincial status was revoked after the dissolution of the Second Empire.
- The war drags on for 80 years.
- 1E 2851 — Reman II dies.
- According to the inscription on his tomb in Sancre Tor, he dies "in battle against the Dark Elves".
- 1E 2871 — Dragonguard slay the dragon Krahjotdaan in the southern Jerall Mountains.
- 1E 2877 — Reman III takes the throne.
- Presumably another emperor or possibly a regent ruled after the death of Reman II, but no information regarding this person exists.
 Thirtieth Century
- 1E 2911 — The beginning of the War of the Uvichil.
- 1E 2917 — The end of the War of the Uvichil.
- 1E 2920 — Gilverdale is destroyed by Molag Bal.
- 1E 2920 — The last year of the First Era.
- Emperor Reman Cyrodiil III and his son and heir Juilek Cyrodiil are both assassinated by the Morag Tong, following a breach of a truce with the Imperial sacking of the Dunmer fortress of Black Gate. Akaviri Potentate Versidue-Shaie takes over the throne, and declares the start of the Second Era.
- Mehrunes Dagon destroys Mournhold. Almalexia and Sotha Sil are too late to prevent its destruction, but manage to banish Mehrunes Dagon back to Oblivion.
- ^ Several sources conflate Harald's reign with his entire life. The book Frontier, Conquest accredits the years 1E 113 to 221 to him (108 years), and both the Daggerfall Chronicles and 1st Edition Pocket Guide state that he died in at the age of 108, meaning that 1E 113 must have been the year of his birth. The 3rd Edition Pocket Guide also states "In the 113th year of the First Era, the entirety of modern Skyrim was under the reign of King Harald", suggesting his birth and reign coincided. A stone etching in Windhelm states that his rule in Windhelm began in 1E 143.
- ^ The Daggerfall Chronicles call Vrage the youngest son of Hjalmer. In the light of the clear statement in King Edward, Part X, it seems this is a mistake and both were sons of Harald.
- ^ Yokudan dates are usually given in books in "the old way of reckoning". Using information from Destri Melarg's book Divad the Singer, however, any Yokudan date can be translated to its Tamrielic equivalent by subtracting 1636. It should be noted that these dates may not be completely accurate, since Melarg isn't exact in his statement.
- ^ There's some suggestion that the events surrounding Gaiden Shinji and the Siege of Orsinium occurred several centuries before the tenth century. A loading screen in Skyrim dates Shinji's Credo back to 1E 490, not 946. The Poisoin Song, Book I takes place in 1E 675, but treats the Siege of Orsinium as having already occurred.
- ^ a b c Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Wilds Remain: Valenwood — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ Before the Ages of Man — Aicantar of Shimerene
- ^ On Artaeum — Taurce il-Anselma
- ^ a b c d e Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: Other Lands — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ a b c Frontier, Conquest, and Accommodation: A Social History of Cyrodiil — University of Gwylim Press, 3E 344
- ^ Skorm Snow-Strider's Journal — Skorm Snow-Strider
- ^ Memorial plaque in Windhelm.
- ^ a b c d Tamriel Timelines, The Daggerfall Chronicles — Ronald Wartow
- ^ a b King Edward, Part X
- ^ a b c Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: Skyrim — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ a b The Legendary City of Sancre Tor — Matera Chapel
- ^ a b Shezarr and the Divines — Faustillus Junius
- ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Seat of Sundered Kings: Cyrodiil — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ a b c The Song of Pelinal
- ^ a b c d e f The Last King of the Ayleids — Herminia Cinna
- ^ a b c Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: All the Eras of Man, A Comprehensive History of our History — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ a b c A History of Daggerfall — Odiva Gallwood
- ^ a b c The Chronicles of the Holy Brothers of Marukh, Volume IV-Or, The Cleansing of the Fane
- ^ Trials of St. Alessia
- ^ The Amulet of Kings — Wenegrus Monhana
- ^ a b Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: Cyrodiil — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ a b c d e f g Rislav the Righteous — Sinjin
- ^ a b c d e f g Redguards, Their History and Their Heroes — Destri Melarg
- ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: Morrowind — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ a b Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: Hammerfell — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ The Etched Tablets of High Hrothgar.
- ^ a b c The Five Songs of King Wulfharth
- ^ a b c A stone etching in Windhelm.
- ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Ra Gada: Hammerfell — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ Elven Artifacts
- ^ a b Memorial plaque in Windhelm.
- ^ The Final Lesson — Aegrothius Goth
- ^ a b Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: High Rock — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ a b Varieties of Faith in the Empire — Brother Mikhael Karkuxor
- ^ The Nirnoot Missive-Revised Edition — Sinderion
- ^ The Battle of Red Mountain, and the Rise and Fall of the Tribunal — Vivec
- ^ Nerevar at Red Mountain — Tribunal Temple
- ^ Dwemer Inquiries Vol I Their Architecture and Civilization — Thelwe Ghelein, Scholar
- ^ The Falmer: A Study — Ursa Uthrax
- ^ a b Divad the Singer — Destri Melarg
- ^ a b c d e Wayrest, Jewel of the Bay — Sathyr Longleat
- ^ A cistern in the Imperial City Arena.
- ^ a b The War of Betony — Vulper Newgate
- ^ a b Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: Orsinium — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ From The Memory Stone of Makela Leki — Makela Leki
- ^ The Legend of Red Eagle — Tredayn Dren, Archivist of Winterhold
- ^ a b c Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The War with the Trees: Argonia and the Black Marsh — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ a b c Imbel Genealogy
- ^ Bravil: Daughter of the Niben — Sathyr Longleat
- ^ a b c Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Blessed Isle: Alinor and the Summersets — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- ^ a b Where Were You When the Dragon Broke? — Various
- ^ The Dragon Break Re-Examined — Fal Droon
- ^ a b Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: The Wild Regions — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ a b c d e f Epitaph on a tomb in Sancre Tor.
- ^ a b c d 2920, The Last Year of the First Era — Carlovac Townway
- ^ The Wild Elves — Kier-Jo Chorvak
- ^ a b c d e f g Annals of the Dragonguard — Brother Annulus
- ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: Aldmeri Dominion — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
- ^ Atlas of Dragons, 2E 373 — Brother Mathnan