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The ErasEdit

An overview of the various eras:

  1. The Dawn Era – The birth of time itself. Different from the Merethic Era.
  2. Mythic Era or Merethic Era – Includes creation of Time and Nirn, the Aedra, Daedra, and the races of Tamriel.
  3. The First Era – Includes both the First and Second Empires. (The First Empire, either the Ysgramor Dynasty of Skyrim or the Alessian Empire; the Second, the Reman Dynasty)
  4. The Second Era – Also known as the "Common Era," includes the rule of the Akaviri Potentates, as well as the 400-year time period known as the Interregnum. The Elder Scrolls Online and Redguard take place in this era.
  5. The Third Era is the Empire of Tamriel, ruled by the Septim Dynasty, and lasts 433 years. Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, and Oblivion all take place during this era.
  6. The Fourth Era is the era that occurs after the end of the Septim Dynasty, and includes the events in Skyrim.

Dawn EraEdit

  • The brothers Anu and Padomay enter into the Void, and time begins.
  • They give birth to their own Souls, Anui-El and Sithis, whose interplay creates the Aurbis.
  • Lorkhan and Auriel are the first spirits born into the Aurbis, Lorkhan wanders and Auriel creates time.
  • The Original Spirits or et'Ada emerge within the Aurbis are either aligned with Anu (Anuic spirits) or Padomay (Padomaic spirits).
  • Lorkhan, a Padomaic spirit, travels the Aurbis and conceives the concept that Mundus should be created.
  • Lorkhan then tricks/convinces other et'Ada to join him. Those that do become the Aedra and those that don't become the Daedra.
  • The Aedra create 12 worlds of creation. Some creation myths believe each world is a God. These 12 worlds are molded together to create Nirn.
  • Many of the Aedra die during the creation with some becoming mortals to ensure the continuation of life on Mundus whilst some become the Ehlnofey or "Earthbones", the Laws of Nature.
  • Many of the Aedra flee back to Aetherius, which is a part of Aurbis, and become the Magne-ge, tearing holes in Oblivion.
  • Auri-El establishes the first kingdoms of the Old Ehlnofey on Atmora and the supposed land Aldmeris. These lands are where the Aldmer originate.
  • A large number of Aedra are disappointed and angry with the creation of Mundus and seek revenge. These include the ancestors of Elves - the Old Ehlnofey, whose leader was Auri-El and whose heroes included Trinimac, Phynaster and Syrabane.
  • Auri-El sought out Lorkhan in battle and warred with him. Lorkhan's followers included the ancestors of Man - the Wandering Ehlnofey and whose heroes included Kyne, Tsun, Stuhn, Jhunal.
  • Atmora is conquered by the armies of man.
  • The great war ends when Trinimac tears Lorkhan's heart out and Auri-El fires it into the sea with his bow.
  • The war causes the mega-continent on Nirn to become flooded and fracture into smaller continents and islands.
  • The lands inhabited by the Wandering Ehlnofey, which include Akavir, Atmora, and Yokuda, become isolated. These lands are where the Tsaesci, Atmorans and Yokudans originate.
  • Some Wandering Ehlnofey remain on Tamriel, they become the Nedes.
  • The Old Ehlnofey remain on the supposed land Aldmeris and become the Aldmer.

Sources: The Monomyth, The Annotated Anuad, Vehk's Teaching

Merethic EraEdit

Merethic timeline provided by the Imperial Library

Circa ME 2500Edit

Early Merethic EraEdit

  • Aboriginal beastpeoples (ancestors of the Khajiit, Argonian, and other beastfolk) live in preliterate communities throughout Tamriel.

Middle Merethic EraEdit

  • The Aldmer leave the supposed doomed and now-lost continent of Aldmeris (also known as 'Old Ehlnofey') and settle in Tamriel. First colonies are distributed widely along the entire coast of Tamriel. Later, inland settlements were founded primarily in fertile lowlands in southwest and central Tamriel.
  • The sophisticated, literate, and technologically advanced Aldmeri culture drove the primitive beastfolk into the jungles, marshes, mountains, and wastelands.
  • The Adamantine Tower is rediscovered and captured by the Direnni, a prominent and powerful Aldmeri clan. Crystal Tower is built on Summerset Isle and, later, White-Gold Tower in Cyrodiil.
  • One of these Aldmeri Explorers, Torval the Pilot, explores and charts Tamriel sea-lanes and the River Niben, located in southern Tamriel. He sails deep into central Cyrodiil, and acquires the Eight Islands (the site of White Gold Tower) from the beastfolk natives for the secret of literacy.
  • Aldmeri explorers map the coasts of Vvardenfell, building the First Era High Elven wizard towers at Ald Redaynia, Bal Fell, Tel Aruhn, and Tel Mora in Morrowind.
  • The Ayleids flourish in the jungles surrounding White Gold Tower (present day Cyrodiil). Ayleids, also known as the Heartland High Elves, preserved the Dawn Era magicks and language of the Ehlnofey.
  • Ostensibly a tribute-land to the High King of Alinor, Cyrodiil was often so isolated from the Summerset Isles as to be its own sovereign nation.

Late Middle Merethic EraEdit

  • The Dwemer, a free-thinking, reclusive Elven clan devoted to the secrets of science, engineering, and alchemy, established underground cities and communities in the mountain range (later the Velothi Mountains) separating modern Skyrim and Resdayn/Morrowind.
  • The Late Middle Merethic Era is also the period of the High Velothi Culture.
  • The Chimer (ancestors of the modern Dunmer, or Dark Elves), dynamic, ambitious, long-lived Elven clans devoted to fundamentalist ancestor worship, followed the Prophet Veloth out of ancestral Elven homelands to settle in the lands now known as Morrowind.
  • Despising the secular culture and profane practices of the Dwemer, the Chimer also coveted the lands and resources of the Dwemer, and for centuries provoked them with minor raids and territorial disputes.
  • Trinimac (strongest of the Altmeri ancestor spirits) and his people (who became the Orsimer or the Pariah Folk) try to halt Velothi dissident movement. However, Daedric Prince Boethiah, as one of the masterminds of the movement, eats Trinimac. Trinimac's body and spirit are corrupted, and he emerges as Daedric Prince Malacath. The rest of his people are changed as well. They are now known as Orcs.

Late Merethic EraEdit

  • Velothi high culture disappears on Vvardenfell Island. The earliest Dwemer Freehold colonies date from this period.
  • Degenerate Velothi devolves into tribal cultures, which, in time, evolves into the modern Great Houses of Morrowind, or persists as the barbarian Ashlander tribes. The only surviving traces of this tribal culture are scattered Velothi towers and Ashlander nomads on Vvardenfell Island. The original First Era High Elven wizard towers along the coasts of Tamriel are also abandoned about this time.
  • The proto-Nords in the final migration from Atmora (also known as 'Altmora' or 'the Elder Wood' in Aldmeris) settle in northern Tamriel. Nordic hero Ysgramor, leader of a great colonizing fleet to Tamriel, develops a runic transcription of Nordic speech based on Elvish principles, and is the first human historian.
  • Ysgramor's fleet lands at Hsaarik Head at the extreme northern tip of Skyrim's Broken Cape.
  • The Nords build there the legendary city of Saarthal.
  • The Elves drive the Men away during the Night of Tears, but Ysgramor soon returns with his Five Hundred Companions.

Late Merethic Era - Circa 1E 660Edit

  • An immortal hero, warrior, sorcerer, and king variously known as Pelinal Whitestrake, Harrald Hairy Breeks, Ysmir, Wulfharth, Hans the Fox, etc., wanders Tamriel, gathering armies, conquering lands, ruling, then abandoning his kingdoms to wander again.

First EraEdit

Undetermined Date/Works In Progress

  • Daggerfall defeats the Akaviri Invasion ("If Daggerfall had not spent its first thousand years preparing for the battles of the next thousand years, it is indeed conceivable that the Iliac Bay today might be Akaviri.")[2]

1st CenturyEdit

1E 0Edit

1E 20Edit

  • The earliest recordings of the Psijic Order is recorded, telling the tale of the renowned Breton sage and author Voernet, traveling to the Isle of Artaeum to meet with Iachesis, the Ritemaster of the Psijics.[6]

1E 68Edit

  • The last visit from Atmora to Tamriel occurs: two ships, largely laden with corpses.[7]

2nd CenturyEdit

1E 113Edit

  • Harald is born. He later becomes the first Nordic ruler.[8][9]

1E 139Edit

1E 140Edit

  • Skorm Snow-Strider finds Forelhost devoid of life, the cultists previously inhabiting the fortress having slit their own wrists or been poisoned. He loses half his men to poisoned water found within the monastery.[10]

1E 198Edit

3rd CenturyEdit

1E 200Edit

1E 221Edit

1E 221+Edit

1E 222Edit

1E 227Edit

1E 240Edit

1E 240+Edit

  • At some point after 1E 240, King Gellir becomes High King of Skyrim and conquers the weakened Dwemer city states across the land.[15]

1E 242Edit

1E 243Edit

1E 246Edit

  • First recorded use of Daggerfall to describe the capital in Iliac Bay, however, "there is sufficient archaeological evidence to suggest that it existed as much as a thousand years before that."[2]

1E 263Edit

  • Several Ayleid princes continue to rule, as vassals of the new Empress.[23] From here until 1E 498, Ayleids would continue to have minor influence, in what can be called the "Late Ayleid Period."

1E 266Edit

4th CenturyEdit

1E 340Edit

1E 355Edit

1E 358Edit

  • The Direnni Hegemony occurs, during which Skyrim loses significant amounts of land to the Direnni.[14]

1E 361Edit

  • Alessians gain control of the Empire, and enforce the Alessian Doctrines of Marukh throughout the Empire.[23][27]
  • Ayleid lordships are outlawed.[23]
  • Little resistance to this, and so most Ayleids simply left Cyrodiil, and many are absorbed into the native population of Elves in Valenwood.[23]

1E 369Edit

1E 376Edit

  • The traditional rule of Yokuda's emperors is overthrown. Each successive emperor, though they maintained the status of figurehead of the empire, had their powers very much reduced. Since then, 300 years of almost continuous civil war ensues between the Yokeda warlords, warrior monks and brigands, all fighting each other for land and power.[29]

1E 393Edit

5th CenturyEdit

1E 415Edit

1E 416Edit

1E 420Edit

1E 448Edit

  • Rislav Larich, the future King of Skingrad, is born to King Mhorus.[27]
  • Queen Lynada, Rislav's mother, dies shortly after giving birth to her son.[27]

1E 452Edit

1E 461Edit

1E 472Edit

  • The Kingdoms of Skingrad and Kvatch had formerly been at war with one another, but peace is declared in this year.[27]
  • It can be presumed that the children, Rislav and Belene, daughter of King Justinius of Kvatch were married here to make peace.[27]

1E 477Edit

  • Clan Direnni gains control of significant portions of Hammerfell and Skyrim.[14]

1E 478Edit

  • Battle of Sungard: The High Chieftain of Skyrim (Kjoric the White) is killed by Emperor Gorieus.[27]
  • Rislav Larich is known to be in Kvatch, with Belene.[27]
  • A great plague sweeps through Cyrodiil, wiping out King Mhorus and the rest of the Larich family, excepting Dorald, who had survived, as he was in Imperial City, as a priest of Marukh.[27]
  • Dorald returns home and assumes the throne of King of Skingrad.[27]
  • Dorald cedes the kingdom of Skingrad to the Empire, as he had been taught by the Alessian monks of Marukh that "to resist the Empire was to resist the Gods."[27]
  • Rislav Larich rides from Kvatch with his wife and two dozen of the King of Kvatch's cavalry, which he defeats easily, as the guards hated the new ruler. He kills Dorald, and is crowned King of Kvatch.[27]
  • Rislav Larich vows to fight Emperor Gorieus, despite having little experience at either warfare or kingship. When Gorieus arrives, he tells him that his force is "too large for Skingrad" and to "Next time, write before you come."[27]
  • Rislav defeats the army of the Emperor, using archers to pick off an army that has no choice but to follow him.[27]
  • The Direnni clan is inspired by these events and starts making plans to rebel.[27]

1E 479Edit

1E 480Edit

1E 482Edit

1E 498Edit

  • End of the "Late Ayleid Period," as the Alessian Order gains power and influence while the Elves of High Rock lose it.[23][1]

6th CenturyEdit

1E 500Edit

  • A song is made about Wulfharth of Atmora. Following the death of King Hoag Merkiller of the Alessian armies at Glenumbria Moors, Wulfharth is made King following the Pact of Chieftains.[36][40]
  • High Rock is freed from Aldmeri tyranny around this time.[1]

7th CenturyEdit

1E 609Edit

  • King Thagore of Daggerfall defeats the army of Glenpoint.[2]
  • Daggerfall becomes "the preeminent economic, cultural, and military force in southern High Rock, a position the kingdom has precariously kept ever since."[2]
  • Mansel Sesnit becomes prominent in Redguard society.[29]

1E 617Edit

  • Mansel Sesnit is assassinated, and a commoner takes over the government. Randic Torn continues Sesnit's work, solidifying much of the Empire.[29]

1E 660Edit

1E 668Edit

  • Theory: (by Borgusilus Mailer, Historian) that the Dwemer enclaves were called together by one of their powerful philosopher-sorcerers, possibly "Kagrenak", to embark on a great journey, one of such sublime profundity that they abandoned all their cities and lands to join the quest to foreign climes as an entire culture.[42]
  • Red Mountain erupts, and Sun's Death occurs.[19]
  • It is supposed that the "Sun's Death" event greatly affected the Nirnroot plant species.[43]

1E 675Edit

8th CenturyEdit

1E 700Edit

1E 720Edit

1E 734Edit

  • Frandar's father dies.[29]

1E 737Edit

1E 750Edit

  • By this approximate year, Frandar Hunding has won over ninety battles; having killed his opponents in each, he is deemed "virtually invincible with a sword."[29]

1E 760Edit

1E 771Edit

  • Divad the Singer enters the "Hall of the Virtues of War" and begins his training there.[49]

1E 776Edit

  • Divad the Singer leaves the "Hall of the Virtues of War" in anger, breaks his swords, and vows to "become an acrobat in a travelling circus."[49]

1E 780Edit

1E 792Edit

9th CenturyEdit

1E 800Edit

  • It is suggested that Wayrest was founded at this time.[51]

1E 803Edit

1E 808Edit

1E 874Edit

10th CenturyEdit

1E 907Edit

1E 937Edit

  • Gaiden Shinji (Blademaster) is quoted as saying "The best techniques are passed on by the survivors."[58]

1E 948Edit

  • First official historical reference to Wayrest, a letter by King Joile, to Gaiden Shinji of the Order of Diagna, which reads: "The Orcs have been much plaguing the Wayresters and impeding traffic to the heart of that land."[51]

1E 950Edit

1E 973Edit

1E 980Edit

1E 983Edit

11th CenturyEdit

1E 1030Edit

1E 1033Edit

  • Empress Hestra demands "the head of the most infamous of the brigadiers", Red Bramman.[25]

12th CenturyEdit

1E 1100Edit

  • Farangel Gardner, from a successful mercantile family, is proclaimed as the first King of Wayrest after being accepted by ambassadors from the Camorian Empire. The city would then have four major dynasties in later times: that of Gardner, Cumberland, Horley, and finally Septim. [51]

1E 1102Edit

1E 1188Edit

13th CenturyEdit

1E 1200Edit

  • The Middle Dawn begins.[OOG 1]
  • The Marukhati Selective accidentally (or purposefully) create a Dragon Break that lasts one thousand and eight years. The few texts that survive this period are known to conflict with each other greatly due to the lack of a linear timeline.[45][OOG 1]

1E 1250Edit

14th CenturyEdit

1E 1301Edit

15th CenturyEdit

1E 1427Edit

  • Battle of Duncreigh Bridge: The "famous victory" of Anticlere's Duke over the neighboring hamlet of Sensford is celebrated in High Rock each year by the people marching down Sensford's main street. This results in numerous injuries on both sides, even when it doesn't provoke a brief war between the two "knightly orders" of the two villages. The battle itself achieved nothing, because both villages still boast about their ruling families' antique lineage.[1]

23rd CenturyEdit

1E 2200Edit

1E 2208Edit

  • The Middle Dawn ends.[OOG 1]
  • After one thousand and eight years of conflicting nonlinear time, the Dragon Break ends.[45]

1E 2260Edit

24th CenturyEdit

1E 2305Edit

1E 2321Edit

28th CenturyEdit

1E 2702Edit

1E 2703Edit

1E 2704Edit

1E 2705Edit

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1E 2790Edit

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29th CenturyEdit

1E 2801Edit

1E 2804Edit

1E 2805Edit

1E 2806Edit

1E 2809Edit

1E 2811Edit

1E 2812Edit

1E 2813Edit

  • Work on Alduin's wall slows when several craftsmen are dismissed from service.[75]

1E 2815Edit

  • Grandmaster of the Dragonguard visits Sky Haven Temple, to investigate rumors of the cost of Alduin's Wall, and consequently writes a Writ of Requisition for more supplies.[75]

1E 2818Edit

1E 2820Edit

1E 2837Edit

1E 2840Edit

1E 2851Edit

1E 2871Edit

1E 2877Edit

  • Reman III succeeds to the throne.[source?]

1E 2899Edit

30th CenturyEdit

1E 2903Edit

1E 2911Edit

1E 2917Edit

1E 2920Edit

Second EraEdit

No Date Determinable

  • The Dark Brotherhood is formed from a then-religious order, the Morag Tong, during this time. The Morag Tong were worshippers of the Daedra spirit, Mephala, at this time.[81]

1st CenturyEdit

2E 12Edit

2E 24Edit

2nd CenturyEdit

2E 120Edit

  • Viana the Pure, Virgin Baroness of Lainlyn, begins her 28-year reign.[83]

2E 126Edit

2E 148Edit

  • Viana the Pure, Virgin Baroness of Lainlyn, ends her rule.[83]

2E 184Edit

3rd CenturyEdit

2E 212Edit

2E 227Edit

2E 230Edit

2E 283Edit

  • Potentate Versidue Shaie, ruler of Tamriel, is faced with a disintegrating empire, with "the vassal kingdoms throughout Tamriel reaching a new height of rebellion and openly challenging his rule."[71][72]
  • The kingdoms refuse to pay taxes, and lead sorties against Imperial garrisons in many countries.[71][72]
  • the Imperial fortress Dawnstar is destroyed.[71][72]
  • Council of Bardmont is held, whereby the Imperial Council is gathered, and martial law is declared.[72]

2E 283 - 2E 320Edit

  • Potentate Versidue-Shaie begins a bloody process of wiping away all opposing resistance to the Empire, expending the majority of his legions, and nearly all of the Imperial gold, in the process.[71][72]

4th CenturyEdit

2E 309Edit

  • Elsweyr, the Khajiit kingdom, is created after Keirgo of Anequina and Eshita of Pellitine combined their long-feuding kingdoms, and created a class struggle that briefly threatened to draw in outside intervention.[3][24][91]

2E 320Edit

  • Dinieras-Ves "The Iron," a relation of Versidue Shaie, presented both himself and a host of warriors before the Potentate, suggesting an order of mercantile warriors-for-hire, who could be hired by nobility in lieu of a standing army, and that the "employment would be temporary, and a percentage of the fee would go to the Potentate's government, thus putting salve on two of Versidae-Shaie's (sic) greatest pains.[71][72]

2E 321Edit

  • The Guilds Act is passed: "In the 321st year of the Second Era, the Potentate gave his approval to the Guilds Act, officially sanctioning the Mages, together with the Guilds of Tinkers, Cobblers, Prostitutes, Scribes, Architects, Brewers, Vintners, Weavers, Ratcatchers, Furriers, Cooks, Astrologers, Healers, Tailors, Minstrals (sic), Barristers, and the Syffim."[71][72][3]
  • The Guild of Fighters was established under the section four of the "Guilds Act", the charter first confirmed under Potentate Versidue-Shaie in this year.[3][92]

2E 324Edit

  • Morag Tong assassinate "Potentate Versidae-Shae" (sic). The Morag Tong had become so drunk with murder that they literally wrote the words "Morag Tong" in blood on the walls.[80][81]
  • Morag Tong is outlawed throughout Tamriel.[80]

2E 358Edit

  • A note about the Morag Tong is found beneath the floorboards of an abandoned house in the Nordic village of Jallenheim in this year. It was said that the house had belonged to "a quiet cobbler, who was whispered by some to have been a Morag Tong member."[80]

2E 369Edit

5th CenturyEdit

2E 406Edit

  • It is discovered that the town of Cormount may be filled with potential Camoran heirs, resulting in a mass immigration.[94]

2E 412Edit

  • The earliest known mention of the Dark Brotherhood, found in the diaries of Arlimahera. However, it is possible that the organization existed before 2E 360.[81]

2E 420Edit

  • The village of New Joy is burned to the ground and most of it's civilians slaughtered.[94]

2E 430Edit

2E 431Edit

2E 456Edit

2E 465Edit

2E 486Edit

2E 489Edit

6th CenturyEdit

2E 521Edit

2E 542Edit

2E 546Edit

2E 555Edit

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2E 563Edit

2E 565Edit

2E 566Edit

2E 567Edit

2E 568Edit

2E 572Edit

2E 573Edit

  • Varen Aquilarios overthrows Emperor Leovic, last of the dynasty of Reachmen known as the Longhouse Emperors, and conquers Cyrodiil. After legalizing Daedra worship, Varen sparked a rebellion against Leovic. After a long and bloody war, Varen kills Leovic in his throne room and declares himself Emperor.[source?]

2E 576Edit

2E 578Edit

  • After two years of searching, the Five Companions finally recover the Amulet of Kings from Sancre Tor.[source?]
  • The Soulburst takes place. Mannimarco, one of the Five Companions, betrays Varen Aquilarios during his attempt to use the Amulet of Kings to become Dragonborn, corrupting the ritual and breaking the covenant with Akatosh that sealed Nirn from Oblivion. A massive explosion of arcane energy, the Soulburst, erupted in the Imperial City, causing Varen to vanish. Mystical aftershocks swept across Nirn, causing mages to die or go mad. The Daedra appeared in greater numbers than ever before and the constellation of the Serpent, signifying chaos, appeared so large that it dominated the night sky.[OOG 2]
  • The barrier between Nirn and Oblivion is destroyed, allowing Molag Bal to begin the Planemeld and begin deploying Dark Anchors into Tamriel to merge Nirn and Coldharbour together into one single, nightmarish hellscape.[source?]
  • The Five Companions flee and split up. Varen went into hiding, creating a false identity. Lyris is captured by Molag Bal, and she is sent to Coldharbour as a slave. Sai Sahan fleed and managed to hide the Amulet of Kings in Sancre Tor, but later on he too suffered the same fate as Lyris. Mannimarco begun sacrificing souls to Molag Bal, including the Vestige's. Abnur Tharn fled and continued to rule as Overlord of Nibenay.[source?]

2E 580Edit

2E 582Edit

7th CenturyEdit

2E 670Edit

9th CenturyEdit

2E 803Edit

2E 812Edit

2E 816Edit

2E 827Edit

2E 830Edit

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2E 854Edit

  • Breton assassins decide to counterattack Talos, and set fire to the Imperial Palace, with Cuhlecain inside it; they also "slit the throat of General Talos". However, "from the smoldering ruin he came, one hand to his neck and with Cuhlecain's Crown in the other."[35]

2E 855Edit

  • General Talos has already changed his name to Tiber Septim, and has begun his conquest of Tamriel.[108]
  • One of General Talos' commanders, Beatia of Ylliolos, and her Lieutenant, Ascutus, are ambushed on their way to Porhnak, where a Legion was stationed. They are ambushed by Nords ("the warchiefs of Danstra").[108]

2E 862Edit

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Third EraEdit

1st CenturyEdit

3E 6Edit

3E 12Edit

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3E 41Edit

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3E 63Edit

  • Pelagius Septim II arrives at the High Rock city state of Camlorn, with the intention of wooing Princess Quintilla, who is also an accomplished sorceress. Instead, he learns about a werewolf that is plaguing the city, where he stays until the birth of their first child.[121]

3E 64Edit

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3E 80Edit

The Wolf Queen mentions the following rulers:

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2nd CenturyEdit

3E 100Edit

3E 104Edit

3E 105Edit

  • University of Gwylim translates "Opusculus Lamae Bal ta Mezzamortie" (A brief account of Lamae Bal and the Restless Death).[125]

3E 109Edit

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3E 147Edit

  • A Dance in Fire infers that Magnus Septim was Emperor this year (250 years before 3E 397). This can probably be attributed to the large time difference between the two dates.

3E 150Edit

3E 153Edit

  • Pelagius, also known as Pelagius the Mad, dies in his asylum, age 34.[52][129]
  • Katariah becomes Empress.[129]
  • Sir Amiel dies, leaving a note as to how to find the pieces of the Knights of the Nine Artefacts.[136]

3E 172Edit

3E 195Edit

3rd CenturyEdit

3E 200Edit

3E 202Edit

3E 227Edit

3E 246Edit

  • During the reign of Uriel Septim IV, the Imperial Council, in an attempt to clean up the issues surrounding property rights in Skyrim, decreed that "any man without a Liege who occupied a castle for more than three months would be granted the rights and titles of that estate. The reason for this was to discourage absent and foreign landlords.[139]

3E 247Edit

3E 249Edit

3E 251Edit

  • The Camoran Usurper successfully conquers Valenwood.[4][141]

3E 253Edit

  • The "Forebear" Redguard cities of Rihad and Taneth request aid from Elinhir to fight against the Camoran Usurper, but are denied.[38]
  • The people of Dwynnen are reported to have been ruled by "a Lich and its armies of zombies, ghosts, vampires, and skeletons." (NOTE: Source states that this date has been "agreed upon by archivists").[37][142]

3E 256Edit

3E 266Edit

3E 267Edit

  • Battle of Firewaves occurs in and around Dwynnen, despite it not having a sea port.[4][142]
  • High Rock actually begins building defenses against the Camoran Usurper. The reason for the delay was that the "primary powers of the Bay were ruled by particularly inept monarchs - Wayrest and Sentinel both had kings in their minority (EDITOR: Children), and Daggerfall was torn by contention between Helena and her cousin Jilathe. The Lord of Reich Gradkeep (now Anticlere) was deathly ill through 266 and finally died at the end of the year. There were, in short, no leaders to unite the province against the Usurper."[142]
  • Eight separate, minor landowners make deals with the Camoran Usurper to allow them to keep their land.[142]
  • The reign of the Camoran Usurper is ended.[3]

3E 268Edit

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3E 289Edit

3E 290Edit

4th CenturyEdit

3E 307Edit

  • Uriel Septim VI is officially given full license to rule, having reached his "majority" age at 22. Thonica's Regency ends.[147]

3E 313Edit

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3E 320Edit

3E 331Edit

3E 336Edit

3E 339Edit

3E 340Edit

3E 344Edit

3E 345Edit

  • Irlav Moslin signifies his knowledge of the Daedric Alphabet.[149]

3E 346Edit

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3E 370Edit

3E 375Edit

3E 376Edit

3E 377Edit

3E 378Edit

3E 380Edit

3E 381Edit

3E 383Edit

  • It is at this year or earlier (50+ years before the events of Oblivion) that Count Janus Hassildor, a powerful mage, and his wife are infected by vampires.[151]

3E 384Edit

3E 385Edit

  • The King of Camlorn, who is at the time of his death writing a letter to the Emperor to inform him of Jagar Tharn's treachery, is assassinated.[152]

3E 386Edit

3E 389Edit

3E 392Edit

3E 395Edit

3E 396Edit

  • Fighting in the Five Year War moves closer and closer to Fort Sphinxmoth.[155]
  • The Black Year occurs, during which the people of the Parikh Tribe ally themselves with the Altmer and begin a rampage throughout southeastern Valenwood.[156]

3E 397Edit

3E 398Edit

3E 399Edit

5th CenturyEdit

3E 400Edit

3E 401Edit

  • A census of Daggerfall reveals that there are currently 110,000 people living in the capital city. This is compared with the original population of 211 people.[2]

3E 403Edit

3E 404Edit

3E 405Edit

3E 407Edit

  • Kazagh, a Khajiit slave, kills a number of slavers, particularly around the city of Tear. He is helped in this by Peliah, the daughter of a slaver named Serjo Dres Minegaur.[163]

3E 410Edit

3E 411Edit

3E 412Edit

3E 414Edit

  • Vvardenfell Territory, previously a responsibility of the Temple preserve under Imperial protection, becomes an Imperial Province District.[166]

3E 415Edit

3E 417Edit

3E 421Edit

  • The events taking place in Greywyn's Journal occur in this year.[168]
  • The Crew of the Emma May mutiny against the captain, except for Blakeley, who is still loyal to him.[169]
  • The Levitation Act is passed throughout the Empire that banned the use of levitation magic.[170]

3E 426Edit

3E 427Edit

3E 428Edit

3E 429Edit

3E 431Edit

  • An Addendum is added to the Mages Guild charter: "Any guild member commiting a crime against the Guild is to be suspended immediately. The suspension may be lifted at the discretion of the Steward of the Council of Mages. Any guild member receiving multiple suspensions may, at the determination of the council, be summarily and permanently dismissed from the guild."[85]
  • Mages Guild Charter changed by Arch-Mage Hannibal Traven to include a provision that all candidates for membership of the Mages Guild must first gain acceptance from all the Guild Hall stewards.[85]
  • Mages Guild distributes the schools of magic to different Guild Halls. For instance, Alteration is taught at Cheydinhal.[85]
  • Farwil, son of Cheydinhal's Count Andel Indarys, forms the Knights of the Thorn.[63]
  • The events taking place in Grommok's Journal occur in this year.[128]
    • 12th of Rain's Hand: Grommok, Lewin, and Syndelius explore Fort Wariel, after which they travel north to the Ayleid Ruin of Trumbe and discover a locked box that they cannot open easily.[129]
    • 13th of Rain's Hand: After opening the cask, they discover an Akaviri sword which they name "Dawnfang" and "Duskfang", on account of its varying colors at different times. Grommok claims the sword for his own.[129]

3E 432Edit

3E 433Edit

Fourth EraEdit

4E 0Edit

1st CenturyEdit

4E 1Edit

4E 02Edit

4E 05Edit

4E 06Edit

  • The Argonian invasion of southern Morrowind begins.[182]

4E 10Edit

4E 16Edit

4E 17Edit

4E 20Edit

4E 22Edit

4E 29Edit

  • The government of Valenwood is overthrown by the Thalmor sympathizers. The Bosmeri, allied with the Empire, were unprepared. Valenwood becomes a Thalmor territory.[186]
  • The Third Aldmeri Dominion severs all ties with the Empire.[186]

4E 38Edit

  • A great warrior from Windhelm, Vundheim, dies. His son, Deroct, lights a candle above the hearth in his home in his honor. The building later becomes known as Candlehearth Hall.[187]

4E 40Edit

4E 42Edit

4E 49Edit

  • Umbriel appears, terrorizing Tamriel, starting with Lilmoth.[OOG 5]
  • Umbriel besieges the Imperial City, but is stopped before Vuhon can emancipate the city from Oblivion.[source?]

4E 58Edit

4E 65Edit

4E 95Edit

4E 98Edit

4E 99Edit

4E 100Edit

2nd CenturyEdit

4E 115Edit

4E 122Edit

4E 129Edit

4E 130Edit

4E 150Edit

  • An Argonian invasion fleet arrives on Solstheim.[source?]

4E 168Edit

4E 170Edit

4E 171Edit

  • The Ambassador of the Aldmeri Dominion orders the Empire to step down from power. The Empire resists, and the Great War between The Empire and the Aldmeri Dominion begins.[186]
  • Aldmeri forces led by Lord Naarifin invade Hammerfell and Cyrodiil. The city of Leyawiin falls, and the city of Bravil is besieged.[186]
  • A 2nd Aldmeri force, led by Lady Arannelya, cross western Cyrodiil and invade Hammerfell. The Redguards in Hammerfell, divided by civil war and disorganized, put up little resistance. The southern coastline falls to the Aldmeri forces as the Imperial Legions in Hammerfell retreat North into the Alik'r Desert.[186]

4E 172Edit

  • Aldmeri forces advance into Cyrodiil to capture the Imperial City.[186]
  • Cyrodiil: The cities of Bravil and Anvil in Cyrodiil both fall to Aldmeri forces. Naval battles ensues in Lake Rumare surrounding Imperial City and along the Niben River leading to the Rumare.[186]
  • Hammerfell: The entire southern coastline falls to the Aldmeri forces with the exception of Helgathe.[186]

4E 173Edit

  • Cyrodiil: Aldmeri forces cross the Niben and advance towards the Imperial City through the eastern bank, surrounding the city from the east, south, and west.[186]
  • Hammerfell: The siege of Hegathe is broken. Imperial forces make a stand in Skaven to fight off the advancing Aldmeri soldiers. Skaven falls to the Aldmeri. However, the victorious Aldmeri force is severely weakened by the advance through the desert, and is unable to continue their campaign.[186]

4E 174Edit

  • Cyrodiil: The Thalmor leadership decides to focus their forces in the Cyrodiil campaign.[186]
  • Imperial City falls to the Aldmeri forces.[186]
  • The Reach and Markarth falls to the Reachmen in The Forsworn Uprising and is ruled as an independent kingdom.[195]

4E 175Edit

  • The Battle of the Red Ring takes place as the Empire embarks on a campaign to retake Imperial City, which fell to the Aldmeri Dominion the previous year. The battle was an Imperial victory, but not without heavy losses.[186]
  • Exhausted from war, the Empire negotiates a peace treaty and signs the White-Gold Concordat with the Aldmeri Dominion, thus ending the war. The terms of the agreements are the surrender of the remaining territory still occupied by Aldmeri Force, and the banning of the worship of Talos. Thus, the Great War ends.[186]
  • As a result of the White-Gold Concordat, relationship between the Imperials of Cyrodiil and the Redguard of Hammerfell deteriorated. Although allies during the war, the Empire is forced to renounce Hammerfell as an Imperial province.[186]
  • All the Elder Scrolls housed in the libraries of White-Gold Tower vanish, and are scattered across Tamriel by unknown means.[196]

4E 176Edit

4E 180Edit

4E 181Edit

4E 186Edit

  • Cicero begins keeping personal records of the events he encounters.[198]

4E 187Edit

4E 188Edit

  • The Dark Brotherhood's Wayrest Sanctuary is destroyed by corsairs, and all assassins within are killed.[199]
  • The city of Bravil erupts into violence as a result of a war between two skooma traffickers.[199]
  • The Lucky Old Lady statue is destroyed.[199]

4E 189Edit

3rd CenturyEdit

4E 201Edit

The events of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim take place this year.[201]

4E 202Edit

Examples of timeline conflictsEdit

Due to the nature of history itself, sometimes dates and events come into conflict. This occurs in real life frequently, but this also occurs in The Elder Scrolls lore occasionally, too. The following are some examples where this was the case:

  1. The rule of King Harald is recorded as starting in 1E 143 and lasting for 78 years until his death in 1E 221, however the Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Skyrim mentions Skyrim was under his rule in 1E 113, which was also the year of his birth: "In the 113th year of the First Era, the entirety of modern Skyrim was under the reign of King Harald." This makes it unclear if Harald was crowned High King at birth in 1E 113 or if the Pocket Guide is simply incorrect.
  2. A Dance in Fire states: "It seemed as if the palace had always housed the Atrius Building Commission, the company of clerks and estate agents who authored and notarized nearly every construction of any note in the Empire. It had stood for two hundred and fifty years, since the reign of the Emperor Magnus." This would mean he was Emperor in 3E 147, which conflicts with several other reports which state that it was Pelagius Septim III at this time.
  3. Disputes surrounding the death of Kintyra II; some put it at 3E 114[120][127], while another puts it at 3E 123.[131]
  4. Disputes surrounding the date that Uriel Septim III was sworn in as Emperor.
  5. Disputes surrounding the date of the Camoran Usurper.
  6. Slight dispute about the date that the Mages Guild was created (Fighters Guild disputes the date of the "Guild Act" by one year).
  7. Some events are also results of Dragon Breaks. See that page for more details about this.
  8. The Wolf Queen, Book III states that Pelagius Septim II died at the very end of 3E 98, rather than 3E 99 as Brief History of the Empire, Book I states, and that his successor was appointed the following year.[123][114]
  9. Two books claim that Pelagius Septim II was born on 314 and 319 in the Third Empire.[citation needed]
  10. Oblivion, in Sancre Tor, has Reman Cyrodiil II's rule starting at 1E 2812.[63]Annals of the Dragonguard puts it at earlier than 1E 2806.[75]
  11. The death of Kintyra Septim (former Queen of Silvenar, Valenwood) is listed by some sources as 3E 48, while some other sources list it as 3E 53.[citation needed]
  12. The ending of the Stormcloak and Imperial Legion civil war in Skyrim before the Dragonborn and Greybeards' truce meeting in the main quest Season Unending conflicts with the timeline stating that the civil war ends before Alduin is defeated. Possibly meaning that the civil war is meant to end after Alduin is defeated in the main quest Sovngarde. Expanding on this - why would the truce meeting in the main quest Season Unending occur in Skyrim if it had nothing to do with the main quest in the first place. The only plausible explanation is that the civil war ended shortly after the truce meeting and the events of Alduin's defeat being right after.
  13. Some of these events may have slightly innacurate dates. For example the death of Harkon may have occured shortly after 4E 201.
  14. The Third Era Timeline states Katariah died in 3E 200, but Brief History of the Empire, Book II indicates that her death was in 3E 199. However, the latter does not explicitly state the year of her death.
  15. It is generally believed that Savirien Chorak died in 2E 430,[81][24] however, one source claims that he died in 2E 431.[61]
  16. The Pocket Guides state that the Nords were pushed out of Morrowind in 1E 416,[24] however The Daggerfall Chronicles set the year of expulsion at 1E 401.[14]
  17. High King Emeric claims that Durcorach the Black Drake led a horde of Reachmen to attack High Rock in 2E 541,[98] but the Guide to the Daggerfall Covenant claims it was in 2E 542.[99]

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  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 The Dragon Break Reexamined
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  33. Olaf and the Dragon
  34. 34.0 34.1 Plaque outside the Palace of the Kings: "Olaf One Eye; Reigned 1E 420 - 452; Subdued the foul dragon Numinex, reunited Skyrim after the War of Succession, and conquered the barbarous Reach."
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  36. 36.0 36.1 Shor's Tongue
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  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 38.3 38.4 38.5 38.6 38.7 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Hammerfell
  39. The Final Lesson
  40. 40.0 40.1 The Five Songs of King Wulfharth
  41. 41.0 41.1 Varieties of Faith in the Empire
  42. Ancient Tales of the Dwemer, Part VI: Chimarvamidium
  43. 43.0 43.1 Nirnroot Missive
  44. 44.0 44.1 Poison Song, Book I
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 Where Were You When the Dragon Broke?
  46. 46.0 46.1 Dwemer Inquiries Vol I
  47. The War of the First Council
  48. The Ash King
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 Divad the Singer
  50. 50.0 50.1 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Yokuda
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  54. 54.0 54.1 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Thras
  55. 55.0 55.1 Bangkorai, Shield of High Rock
  56. Once
  57. The Bretons: Mongrels of Paragons?
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 The Elder Scrolls: Arena
  59. 59.0 59.1 The Pig Children
  60. 60.0 60.1 60.2 Newgate's War of Betony
  61. 61.0 61.1 61.2 61.3 61.4 61.5 Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Wild Regions
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 62.3 62.4 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Orsinium
  63. 63.0 63.1 63.2 63.3 63.4 63.5 63.6 63.7 63.8 63.9 The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  64. 64.0 64.1 From The Memory Stone of Makela Leki
  65. The Wolf Queen
  66. 66.0 66.1 The Royal House of King Eamond
  67. 67.0 67.1 The Legend of Red Eagle
  68. Ceyran, Warlord of Rulanyil's Fall
  69. 69.0 69.1 69.2 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Summerset Isles
  70. 70.0 70.1 70.2 The Song of Pelinal, Book VII
  71. 71.0 71.1 71.2 71.3 71.4 71.5 71.6 History of the Fighters Guild
  72. 72.0 72.1 72.2 72.3 72.4 72.5 72.6 72.7 Fighters Guild History, 1st Ed.
  73. 2920, vol 06 - Mid Year
  74. 74.0 74.1 74.2 Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Akavir
  75. 75.00 75.01 75.02 75.03 75.04 75.05 75.06 75.07 75.08 75.09 75.10 75.11 75.12 75.13 75.14 Annals of the Dragonguard
  76. A tomb in Sancre Tor says: "Here lies Reman of Cyrodiil. He defeated the Akaviri Horde and brought peace to Tamriel. 2762."
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  78. 78.0 78.1 78.2 78.3 Atlas of Dragons
  79. 2920, vol 07 - Sun's Height
  80. 80.0 80.1 80.2 80.3 Fire and Darkness: The Brotherhoods of Death
  81. 81.0 81.1 81.2 81.3 81.4 81.5 The Brothers of Darkness
  82. The First Scroll of Baan Dar
  83. 83.0 83.1 Ghraewaj and the Harpies
  84. Effects of the Elder Scrolls
  85. 85.0 85.1 85.2 85.3 Imperial Charter of the Guild of Mages
  86. Galerion the Mystic
  87. Galerion's Ninth Law
  88. The Black Arts on Trial
  89. Mannimarco, King of Worms
  90. Feyfolken, Book I
  91. 91.0 91.1 91.2 Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Elsweyr Confederacy
  92. Fighters Guild Charter
  93. 93.0 93.1 93.2 Light Armor Forging
  94. 94.0 94.1 94.2 The Rise of Cormount
  95. The Faerie
  96. Chronicles of the Five Companions 4
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  98. 98.0 98.1 Triumphs of a Monarch Ch. 3
  99. 99.0 99.1 99.2 Guide to the Daggerfall Covenant
  100. Jorunn the Skald-King
  101. 101.0 101.1 101.2 101.3 101.4 Ayrenn – The Unforeseen Queen
  102. War of Two Houses
  103. 103.0 103.1 King Ranser's War (Book)
  104. The Elder Scrolls Online
  105. Collected Essays on Dwemer History and Culture. Chapter 1: Marobar Sul and the Trivialization of the Dwemer in Popular Culture
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  113. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind ― dialogue with Artisa Arelas
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  116. The Art of War Magic
  117. Remanada
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  122. 122.0 122.1 The Wolf Queen, Book II
  123. 123.0 123.1 123.2 123.3 123.4 The Wolf Queen, Book III
  124. 124.0 124.1 124.2 124.3 124.4 The Wolf Queen, Book IV
  125. Opusculus Lamae Bal
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  128. 128.0 128.1 128.2 The Wolf Queen, Book V
  129. 129.0 129.1 129.2 129.3 129.4 129.5 The Madness of Pelagius
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  131. 131.0 131.1 Broken Diamonds
  132. 132.0 132.1 The Wolf Queen, Book VII
  133. 133.0 133.1 133.2 133.3 133.4 133.5 133.6 133.7 The Wolf Queen, Book VIII
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  135. The Knights of the Nine
  136. Sir Amiel's Journal
  137. Tal Marog Ker's Researches
  138. Daravyn the Gray's Long Forgotten Note
  139. The Rear Guard
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  146. Cap'n Dugal's Journal, Book III
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  148. Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Arena Supermundus
  149. Bible of the Deep Ones
  150. The Book of the Dragonborn
  151. Dialogue with Janus Hassildor
  152. Mystery of Talara, Book IV
  153. The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall Manual
  154. 154.0 154.1 Interviews With Tapestrists vol. 18: Cherim's Heart of Anequina
  155. Mixed Unit Tactics
  156. Words and Philosophy
  157. A Dance in the Fire, Book I
  158. Shadowkey Map
  159. The Elder Scrolls Travels: Shadowkey
  160. The Argonian Account, Book I
  161. Events of An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
  162. 162.0 162.1 How Orsinium Passed to the Orcs
  163. Last Scabbard of Akrash
  164. Charwich-Koniinge Letters
  165. Charwich-Koniinge Letters, v4
  166. A Short History of Morrowind
  167. The Warp in the West
  168. Greywyn's Journal
  169. Log of the Emma May
  170. Overheard conversation in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: "He's getting older, but he can still teach a bit about Alteration. He's been teaching it since before the Levitation Act of 421."
  171. 171.0 171.1 171.2 Brown Book of 3E 426
  172. Red Book of 3E 426
  173. Yellow Book of 3E 426
  174. Deed to Indrele's House
  175. 175.0 175.1 The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  176. The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal
  177. 177.0 177.1 177.2 177.3 The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon
  178. Assassination!
  179. Events of Oblivion
  180. Rising Threat, Vol. III
  181. 181.0 181.1 The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles
  182. 182.0 182.1 Lymdrenn Tenvanni's Journal
  183. 183.0 183.1 Rising Threat, Vol. IV
  184. Decree of Monument
  185. The Armorer's Challenge
  186. 186.00 186.01 186.02 186.03 186.04 186.05 186.06 186.07 186.08 186.09 186.10 186.11 186.12 186.13 186.14 186.15 186.16 186.17 186.18 186.19 186.20 The Great War
  187. Dialogue with Elda Early-Dawn
  188. An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City
  189. An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls
  190. Sinderion's Field Journal
  191. 191.0 191.1 History of Raven Rock, Vol. II
  192. 192.0 192.1 192.2 192.3 History of Raven Rock, Vol. III
  193. Loading Screens in Skyrim
  194. Of Crossed Daggers
  195. 195.0 195.1 The Bear of Markarth
  196. Dialogue with Dexion Evicus
  197. Thonar's Journal
  198. 198.0 198.1 Cicero's Journal, Volume I
  199. 199.0 199.1 199.2 Cicero's Journal, Volume II
  200. Cicero's Journal, Volume III
  201. 201.0 201.1 201.2 201.3 201.4 201.5 201.6 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  202. The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard
  203. The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn
Notice: The following are out-of-game references. They are not found in any in-game books, but can still be considered part of The Elder Scrolls lore and are included for completeness.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Where were you when the Dragon Broke? (Kirkbride)
  2. 24 August, 2012. The Elder Scrolls Online - Facebook Page. Introduction to the Lore of the Elder Scrolls
  3. Richton's page on the Official Archived Redguard Website
  4. 4.0 4.1 An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls
  5. An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City States this took place 43 years after the Red Year, which is established as occurring in 4E 6 (see above)

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