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The three Kingdoms are: Westerlands Riverlands Crownlands/Stormlands Crownlands aren't a separate Kingdom historically but Jaime isn't the most well-versed guy in law. In the books it is noted man …
answered Jul 18 '17 by Aegon
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You are taking it too literally. This is Dany's POV, not a legal POV. Nor is there a Supreme court of Westeros to issue a ruling on this matter. This is completely subjective to the person who is talk …
answered Aug 2 '17 by Aegon
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As you say, There are four major "dead" languages that are spoken in the show which are Latin, Old Norse, Anglo-Saxon and old French. Quoting Michael Hirst: And here’s a very important thing: if y …
answered Jul 31 '18 by Aegon