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Note: The Third Era of Tamriel is also referred to as the Septim Era[1] or Third Age.[2][3]

First CenturyEdit

3E 0 — Beginning of the Third Era
3E 6 — Reign of Hlaalu Athyn Llethan begins
3E 12Encyclopedia Tamrielica is published
  • Encyclopedia Tamrielica is published during the early years of Tiber Septim's reign.[8]
3E 20Destri Melarg is born
  • Born as simply Destri in the city-state of Rihad, Destri Melarg would become a well-known historian and translator of old Redguard verse.[9]
3E 38 — Emperor Tiber Septim dies, Emperor Pelagius Septim I is crowned
  • Tiber Septim, conqueror and ruler of all of Tamriel for 38 years, dies and is succeeded by his grandson, Pelagius.[4][5]
3E 39Destri Melarg enters the Imperial City
  • Destri Melarg, famed Redguard historian and translator, begins study at the age of 19 in the Imperial City, where he takes the last name of Melarg.[9]
3E 41 — Emperor Pelagius Septim I dies, Empress Kintyra Septim I is crowned
  • Emperor Pelagius is assassinated by the Dark Brotherhood. With no direct heirs to the throne, the crown passes to the departed Emperor's first cousin.[4][5]
3E 48 — Empress Kintyra Septim I dies, Emperor Uriel Septim I is crowned
  • Empress Kintyra dies. Kintyra's son is crowned after her death, the first Emperor of Tamriel to use the Imperial name Uriel.[5][10]
3E 55 — Prince Antiochus is born
3E 63 — Prince Pelagius Septim II meets Princess Quintilla
  • The future Emperor Pelagius II meets his future wife, the princess of Camlorn. Together, they purportedly defeat a werewolf who was terrorizing her land.[11]
3E 64 — Emperor Uriel I dies, Emperor Uriel II is crowned
  • Emperor Uriel I dies and the kingdom is taken over by his son, Emperor Uriel II, the Fifth Emperor. Tragically, the rule of Uriel II is cursed with blights, plagues, and insurrections. The tenderheartedness inherited from his father does not serve the land well, and little justice is done.[4][5][10]
3E 67Potema, future Queen of Solitude, is born
  • Born the second of four children, and the only daughter, to Pelagius Septim II, Potema becomes better known later as the Wolf Queen.[12]
3E 80 — Princess Potema is promised to wed King Mantiarco
  • The thirteen-year-old is promised to the King of Solitude to smooth relations with the northern kingdom.[11]
3E 81 — King Mantiarco marries Princess Potema
3E 82 — Emperor Uriel II dies, Emperor Pelagius II is crowned
  • Uriel II dies after an 18-year reign. The Emperor is succeeded by his son, Pelagius II. Pelagius II inherits not only the throne, but the debt from his father's poor financial and judicial management.[4][10][11]
3E 97Uriel Mantiarco is born
  • After several miscarriages, Queen Potema of Solitude gives birth to her first and only child, who she names after her grandfather.[11]
3E 98, 15th of Evening Star — Emperor Pelagius II dies
  • The Emperor dies in the waning days of the year after a seventeen-year reign, and his successor isn't appointed until the following year.[11]
3E 99 — Emperor Antiochus is crowned
  • Emperor Pelagius II dies and his son, Antiochus, inherits the kingdom. His reign is rife with civil wars, surpassing even that of his grandfather, Uriel II.[5][10][11][12]

Second CenturyEdit

3E 104 — Princess Kintyra is born
3E 105Opusculus Lamae Bal ta Mezzamortie is translated
3E 109 — Debauchery in the Imperial City
  • Ten years into his reign, the obese and lecherous Emperor Antiochus has done little to impress his subjects besides the unquenchable hedonism he exhibits.[11]
3E 110War of the Isle
3E 111Knights of the Nine are founded
3E 114 — Empress Kintyra Septim II reportedly dies
  • Some sources later erroneously assert that Empress Kintyra is slain after being captured by Uriel III. In truth, she was not even Empress yet at this time, and doesn't die until 3E 123 (23rd of Frostfall, now named the day of Broken Diamonds).[5][12][14]
3E 119Pelagius III is born
3E 120 — Emperor Antiochus dies, Empress Kintyra Septim II is crowned
3E 121Uriel III is proclaimed Emperor
  • The Imperial City itself is taken over in only a fortnight, as two other attacks draw away Imperial forces. Uriel III is proclaimed Emperor of Tamriel. He abandons his father's surname of Mantiarco and takes the Septim name. Empress Kintyra Septim II is taken captive in High Rock as Tamriel takes sides between Uriel III and his uncles.[4][5]
3E 121War of the Red Diamond
3E 123, 23rd of Frost Fall — Empress Kintyra Septim II dies in her cell
  • Although reported to have died in 3E 114, the captive Empress Kintyra dies in secret in her cell. The 23rd of Frostfall is later named the day of Broken Diamond in her memory.[5][14]
3E 127 — Emperor Uriel III dies, Emperor Cephorus I is crowned
  • Uriel III is captured at the Battle of Ichidag in Hammerfell. En route to his trial in the Imperial City, a mob overtakes his carriage and burns him alive within it. His captor and uncle continues on to the Imperial City, and by common acclaim becomes Emperor Cephorus I. Cephorus' reign is marked by nothing but war. The Empire acquiesces to demands for greater autonomy from the nobility of all the outlying provinces except Elsweyr. It takes Cephorus an additional ten years of constant warfare to defeat his sister Potema.[5][11]
3E 131Knights of the Nine are dissolved
3E 133Destri Melarg dies
  • Destri Melarg, famed Redguard historian and translator, dies at the age of 113, leaving numerous unfinished histories and untranslated verse.[9]
3E 137Potema, Queen of Solitude, dies
  • The so-called Wolf Queen of Solitude dies during the siege of her castle.[4][11][12]
3E 139 — Sir Casimir loses the Gauntlets of the Crusader
  • After the knight kills a beggar in the Chapel of Stendarr in Chorrol, the gauntlets slip off his hands and lie immovable on the floor of the chapel, waiting for a new champion.[13]
3E 140 — Emperor Cephorus I dies, Emperor Magnus is crowned
  • Cephorus never had the time to marry, so it is his brother, the fourth child of Pelagius II, who assumes the throne. The Emperor Magnus is elderly, and the business of punishing the traitorous kings of the War of the Red Diamond drains much of his health.[4][11]
3E 141 — King Pelagius of Solitude marries Duchess Katariah of Vvardenfell
  • The future Emperor of Tamriel is recorded as "occasionally eccentric" in the Imperial Annals. He marries the Duchess on the orders of his father, Emperor Magnus.[11][15]
3E 145, 8th of Second Seed — Emperor Magnus dies, Emperor Pelagius III is crowned
  • Pelagius leaves the throne of Solitude to his sister Jolethe. Almost from the start, Pelagius III, sometimes called Pelagius the Mad, becomes noted for his eccentric behavior. He embarrasses dignitaries, offends his vassal kings, and, on one occasion, marks the end of a grand ball by attempting to hang himself.[11][15]
3E 150 — Last sighting of Sir Amiel Lannus
ca. 3E 150Cassynder Septim is born
  • The future Emperor Cassynder is born to Emperor Pelagius III and Empress Regent Katariah.[15] Cassynder is conceived after his father was committed to an asylum.[15]
3E 153, 2nd of Suns Dawn — Emperor Pelagius III dies, Empress Katariah is crowned
  • After being committed to an asylum due to his madness, on a warm night after a brief fever, the 34-year-old Emperor Pelagius III dies in his cell at the Temple of Kynareth, on the Isle of Betony. Katariah, Duchess of Vvardenfell and Empress Regent following the commitment of her husband, formally becomes the controversial new Empress. Katariah's forty-six year reign is later remembered one of the most glorious in Tamriel's history (assertions to the contrary being dismissed as racist). Katariah travels extensively throughout the Empire, as no Emperor had since Tiber's day. She repairs much of the damage that broken alliances and bungled diplomacy had created. The people of Tamriel come to love their Empress, though many nobles are not as fond.[4][15]
3E 195Rangidil Ketil dies

Third CenturyEdit

3E 200 — Empress Katariah dies, Emperor Cassynder is crowned
  • Katariah's death in a minor skirmish in Black Marsh later becomes a favorite topic of conspiracy-minded historians. It later comes to light that a disenfranchised branch of the Septim family is involved. When Cassynder assumes the throne at the death of his mother, he is already middle-aged and in poor health.[5][4][15][nb 5]
3E 202 — Emperor Cassynder dies, Emperor Uriel IV is crowned
  • Cassynder dies after a two-year reign. Uriel Lariat, Cassynder's half-brother and the child of Katariah I and her Imperial consort, abdicates the throne of Wayrest to reign as Emperor Uriel IV. Legally, he was Uriel Septim IV: Cassynder had adopted him into the family when he had become King of Wayrest. Nevertheless, to many of the people of Tamriel, Uriel IV is a bastard child of Katariah. Uriel does not possess the dynamism of his mother, and his long forty-three year reign becomes a hotbed of sedition.[4][5]
3E 213Song of the Askelde Men published
3E 247 — Emperor Uriel IV dies, Emperor Cephorus II is crowned
  • The Elder Council's last victory over Uriel IV is posthumous: they vote to disinherit Andorak, Uriel IV's son. They also vote to coronate a cousin more closely related to the original Septim line as Emperor Cephorus II. Cephorus, formerly a Nordic king, battles those loyal to Andorak for nine years. The Council controversially grants Andorak the High Rock kingdom of Shornhelm to end the war.[4][5]
3E 249Camoran Usurper invades
  • During the reign of Cephorus II, the Camoran Usurper leads an army of daedra and undead warriors on a rampage through Valenwood, conquering the whole province in two years, then turns to Hammerfell. Cephorus II sends more and more mercenaries into Hammerfell to stop the Usurper's northward march, but they are bribed, turned into undead, or slaughtered. Animosity grows against the seemingly ineffective Empire.[4][5]
3E 253Nightmare Host controls Dwynnen
3E 266 — Lord of Reich Gradkeep (Anticlere) dies
  • The Lord falls deathly ill and dies later in the year. This was one of the reasons why the resistance to the Usurper was so slow to develop in High Rock, who only become fully aware of the Usurper's conquests this year. Preparations would not begin until a year later.[17]
3E 267Camoran Usurper is defeated
3E 268 — Emperor Uriel V is crowned
  • Uriel V changes the perception of a weak Empire by embarking on a series of invasions almost from the moment he takes the throne.[4][20]
3E 271 — Emperor Uriel V conquers Roscrea
  • The Emperor takes the island at the start of a campaign to secure the small islands lying between Tamriel and Akavir.[4]
3E 276 — Emperor Uriel V conquers Cathnoquey
  • The Emperor takes the island as part of a campaign to secure the small islands lying between Tamriel and Akavir.[4]
3E 279 — Emperor Uriel V conquers Yneslea
  • The Emperor takes the island as part of a campaign to secure the small islands lying between Tamriel and Akavir.[4]
3E 282 — Emperor Uriel V captures Black Harbor in Esroniet
  • This is part of a campaign to secure the small islands lying between Tamriel and Akavir.[4]
3E 284 — Emperor Uriel V conquers Esroniet
  • The Emperor takes the island as part of a campaign to secure the small islands lying between Tamriel and Akavir.[4]
3E 285 — Prince Uriel Septim VI is born
3E 286 — Captain Torradan ap Dugal dies
  • After being trapped in a cavern for over twenty years, Torradan ap Dugal, Lord Captain of the Red Sabre, dies.[21]
3E 288, 23rd of Rain's Hand — Emperor Uriel V invades Akavir
  • Uriel V sets sail with the largest fleet assembled in recorded history to invade the continent of Akavir. They arrive in Tsaesci six weeks later.[4][5][20]
3E 289, 5th of Sun's Dawn — Foiled assassination of Emperor Uriel V
3E 290 — Emperor Uriel V dies, Emperor Uriel VI is crowned
  • Uriel V is killed in Akavir on the battlefield of Ionith. His five-year-old son becomes Emperor Uriel Septim VI. The consort Thonica, as Uriel VI's mother, is given a restricted Regency until Uriel VI reaches the age of majority. The Elder Council retains the real power, as they had since the days of Katariah.[4][20]

Fourth CenturyEdit

3E 307 — Emperor Uriel VI gains full license to rule
  • At 22 years old, Emperor Uriel VI is given full license to rule. He would spend the next six years strong-arming the Elder Council.[4][5]
3E 313 — Emperor Uriel VI takes control
  • The Emperor can finally boast with conviction that he truly rules Tamriel after spending six years getting power restored to the office.[4]
3E 314Pelagius IV is born
  • Pelagius IV, nephew to Emperor Uriel VI, son of Eloisa, and future Emperor, is born.[4]
3E 319Arslan II is born
3E 320 — Emperor Uriel VI dies, Empress Morihatha is crowned
  • Uriel VI falls from his horse and cannot be saved by the finest Imperial healers. His beloved sister Morihatha takes the throne.[4][5]
3E 331 — The second edition of A Pocket Guide to The Empire is published
  • Recognizing the changes that had taken place in the empire in the 375 years since the first edition was published, Empress Morihatha commissions a second edition to update and correct the original version.[5][23]
3E 335Eloisa dies
3E 336Nulfaga is born
3E 339 — Empress Morihatha is assassinated, Emperor Pelagius IV is crowned
  • Assassins kill Empress Morihatha, and her nephew becomes Emperor Pelagius IV.[4][5]
3E 340Eadwyre is born
3E 344Frontier, Conquest is published
3E 345Bible of the Deep Ones
3E 346Uriel Septim VII is born
3E 353Mynisera is born
3E 354Lysandus is born
3E 360The Book of the Dragonborn
3E 368 — Emperor Pelagius IV dies, Emperor Uriel Septim VII is crowned
  • Emperor Pelagius IV dies after a twenty-nine year reign, with Tamriel closer to unity than it had been since the days of Uriel I. Emperor Uriel Septim VII succeeds him, and continues with the unification of Tamriel.[4] He focuses his efforts in eastern Tamriel, and is greatly aided by his Imperial Battlemage, Jagar Tharn.[26]
3E 369Akorithi is born
3E 370Eternal Champion is born
3E 372 — "The Apprentice" is born
3E 375 — "The Agent" is born
  • The unnamed hero who put to rest the soul of King Lysandus is born.[10]
3E 376 — King Helseth is born
3E 377Arslan II dies
3E 378 — Prince Enman is born
3E 380 — Prince Ebel is born
3E 381Gothryd is born
3E 384Morgiah is born
3E 386Aubk-i is born
3E 389 — The Imperial Simulacrum begins
3E 391Symmachus dies
3E 392Greklith is born to Camaron and Akorithi, rulers of Sentinel.[22]
3E 393Lhotun is born
3E 394 — The Five Year War
  • The earliest date to which some trace the outbreak of the Five Year War between Valenwood and Elsweyr.[27]
3E 395Regional wars rage throughout Tamriel
  • The Five Year War breaks out, the first of several major regional wars in Tamriel over the next several years.
3E 396Arnesian War
3E 397Umbra' Keth is destroyed
  • A Shadow of Conflict being created by the ongoing War of the Bend'r-mahk is destroyed by an unknown hero wielding the power of the seven Star Teeth.
3E 398The Apprentice places second in a competition determining the next pupils of Battlespire, and is sent to the citadel.[6]
3E 399Jagar Tharn is defeated; Orsinium is refounded

Fifth CenturyEdit

3E 400 — The Sixth House takes Kogoruhn
  • The ancient Dunmer fortress of Kogoruhn on Vvardenfell is occupied and fortified as an advance base for the Sixth House, whose operations had been growing in strength over the course of the era. Blight storms become more frequent and widespread. Soul sickness spreads in regions close to Red Mountain.[32]
  • Prince Arthago of Sentinel disappears. He is rumored to have been kidnapped by the Underking.[33]
3E 401Nulfaga finds the Mantella
3E 402 — The War of Betony between Daggerfall of High Rock and Sentinel of Hammerfell begins
3E 403 — The death of Lysandus, King of Daggerfall, ends the Betony War
3E 404The War of Betony is written
3E 405 — Investigation into murder
3E 407 — The Lopper stalks slave traders in Tear
  • According to Last Scabbard of Akrash, ten people are killed in connection to the Lopper, a vigilante targeting slavers in Tear.
3E 410 — Spread of the Sixth House
  • Sixth House operations expand substantially as bases are founded in various places around Vvardenfell. Sixth House operatives exploit smuggler organizations and communications to spread their influence among victims unbalanced by Dagoth Ur's dream sendings.[32]
3E 411 — Fear grows among Dissident Priests
3E 412Azura's Star disappears
  • Azura's Star is purportedly sought and found by an adventurer, who betrays his partner and uses the Star to attain great wealth. The Star disappears again sometime in the months before 8th of Sun's Dawn.[36]
3E 414Vvardenfell is opened for settlement
  • Previously a preserve administrated by the Tribunal Temple since the Treaty of the Armistice, Vvardenfell was largely uninhabited and undeveloped. Vvardenfell is reorganized as an Imperial Provincial District after King Llethan of Morrowind revokes the centuries-old Temple ban on trade and settlement. A flood of Imperial colonists and the Great Houses came to Vvardenfell. This also opens up exploitation of valuable resources like malachite and ebony.[37][38]
3E 415Sixth House occupy every town in Vvardenfell
  • It is later believed that the Sixth House has at least a small cell in every town in Vvardenfell, with larger operations concealed in remote dungeons.[32]
3E 417, 9th of Frost Fall — The Miracle of Peace, or the Warp in the West
  • A mysterious event takes place between the 9th and 11th of Frostfall in which the forty-four independent kingdoms, counties, baronies, and duchies surrounding the Iliac Bay were condensed into four: Daggerfall, Sentinel, Wayrest, and Orsinium.[39]
3E 417 — The Tribunal lose Kagrenac's Tools
  • Almalexia and Sotha Sil lose the artifacts Keening and Sunder to the minions of Dagoth Ur during a battle at Red Mountain. Vivec rescues them, but fails to recover the artifacts. They retreat from Red Mountain in disorder and return to their respective capitals, continuing to perform their ritual functions, but soon stop appearing in public altogether. They grow weaker without access to the Heart of Lorkhan, and because of resources required to support the Ghostfence. The inner circle of the Temple priesthood begin to suspect the Tribunes have suffered seriously from wounds and demoralization in the wake of reverses at Red Mountain, but do not recognize the scale of the problem.[32]
3E 421 — The Levitation Act is passed.
3E 421Greywyn Blenwyth founds the Crimson Scars.
  • Greywyn, a member of the Dark Brotherhood, believes that Sithis has ordered him to remove all non-vampires from the Dark Brotherhood. To achieve this goal, Greywyn founds the Crimson Scars. The Crimson Scars are later killed by the Black Hand upon the discovery of Greywyn's plot.[5][40]
3E 421, 14th of Last Seed — The Emma May sinks
  • A ship called the Emma May sinks in Niben Bay shortly after a mutiny.[41]
3E 422Corvus Umbranox, Count of Anvil, disappears.
3E 426 — The Prelude sinks
3E 426 — Tax revolt in Balmora
  • Due to high Imperial tax rates and tariffs on trade, the people of Balmora revolt. The revolt is forcefully put down, but accounts of the event differ.[44][45]
3E 426 — Assassinations in Vvardenfell
  • Assassinations by the Sixth House of Imperial and Hlaalu supporters increase significantly. So do sudden attacks by the cultists and deranged victims of soul sickness.[32]
3E 427The Blight
  • The Morrowind government, already weakened in power over questions of authority, is further threatened by the re-awakening of the ancient curse of the Blight from the giant volcano Red Mountain.
  • On the 16th of Last Seed, the legendary Nerevarine arrives in Vvardenfell by order of the Emperor, destined to kill Dagoth Ur and bring peace to Morrowind.[46]
3E 427 — The Mages Guild discovers a translation key of the Dwemer language, along with two sample texts, in the Dwemer ruins of Vvardenfell
3E 427 — Discord among the Tribunal
3E 427Bloodmoon Prophecy
  • As the prophecy foretold, the Daedric Prince Hircine performs a ritual hunt on the frozen island of Solstheim, as he does once every era. The Nerevarine is chosen to play a part in it, and ultimately defeats Hircine at his own game.[48]
3E 430 — King Helseth outlaws slavery in Morrowind, causing unrest and the houses of Indoril and Redoran to stage a revolution against him.[50][UOL 1]
3E 431 — Changes in the Mages Guild
3E 431Dawnfang and Duskfang are discovered
3E 431 — The Knights of the Thorn
  • The son of the Count of Cheydinhal and his friends begin adventuring as Knights of the Thorn.[53]
3E 432 — The third edition of A Pocket Guide to The Empire is published
3E 433Oblivion Crisis
3E 433 — Count Corvus Umbranox of Anvil reappears
3E 433 — Death of Mannimarco
3E 433 — The Blackwood Company is destroyed by the Fighters Guild
3E 433 — Purification of the Dark Brotherhood
  • Internal strife caused by a traitorous Speaker results in the assassination of half of the Black Hand and the decimation of the Cheydinhal sanctuary. The Night Mother appoints a new Listener after the traitor is killed.[54]
3E 433 — Reformation of the Knights of the Nine
3E 433 — The Greymarch



  1. ^ a b Sir Amiel's JournalSir Amiel
  2. ^ The Legendary Sancre TorMatera Chapel
  3. ^ Martin Septim's speech in the ending scene of Oblivion
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Brief History of the EmpireStronach k'Thojj III
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z The Third Era TimelineJaspus Ignateous
  6. ^ a b c d Timeline
  7. ^ Hospitality Papers — Muthsera Master Angaredhel; Mage-Lord
  8. ^ The Dragon Break Re-ExaminedFal Droon
  9. ^ a b c Notes For Redguard HistoryDestri Melarg
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h Tamriel Timelines, The Daggerfall Chronicles — Ronald Wartow
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r The Wolf QueenWaughin Jarth
  12. ^ a b c d e Biography of the Wolf QueenKatar Eriphanes
  13. ^ a b c d The Knights of the NineKaroline of Solitude
  14. ^ a b Broken DiamondsRyston Baylor
  15. ^ a b c d e f g The Madness of PelagiusTsathenes
  16. ^ a b Death Blow of Abernanit — Anonymous (with notes by Geocrates Varnus)
  17. ^ a b c The Fall of the UsurperPalaux Illthre
  18. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Ra Gada: HammerfellImperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
  19. ^ The RefugeesGeros Albreigh
  20. ^ a b c d Report: Disaster at IonithLord Pottreid, Chairman
  21. ^ Cap'n Dugal's JournalTorradan ap Dugal
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Royal Family Tree, The Daggerfall ChroniclesRonald Wartow
  23. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Seat of Sundered Kings: ForewordImperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
  24. ^ Bible of the Deep OnesIrlav Moslin
  25. ^ a b c d The Black Horse Courier, Special Edition
  26. ^ a b c d A Life of Uriel Septim VIIRufus Hayn
  27. ^ a b Cherim's Heart of AnequinaLivillus Perus, Professor at the Imperial University
  28. ^ Events of Arena
  29. ^ Biography of Queen BarenziahStern Gamboge, Imperial Scribe
  30. ^ The Elder Scrolls Codex
  31. ^ How Orsinium Passed to the OrcsMenyna Gsost
  32. ^ a b c d e Dagoth Ur's PlansTribunal Temple
  33. ^ a b Events of Daggerfall
  34. ^ A History of DaggerfallOdiva Gallwood
  35. ^ The War of BetonyVulper Newgate, 3E 404
  36. ^ a b Charwich-Koniinge Letters — Charwich and Koniinge
  37. ^ A Short History of MorrowindJeanette Sitte
  38. ^ The Common Tongue
  39. ^ The Warp in the WestUlvius Tero
  40. ^ Greywyn's JournalGreywyn
  41. ^ Log of the Emma May, 3E 421
  42. ^ The Gray Fox's dialogue in Oblivion
  43. ^ Edryno Arethi's dialogue in Morrowind.
  44. ^ Yellow Book of 3E 426
  45. ^ Red Book of 3E 426
  46. ^ a b Events of Morrowind
  47. ^ Events of Tribunal
  48. ^ Events of Bloodmoon
  49. ^ a b c History of Raven RockLyrin Telleno
  50. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Temple: MorrowindImperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
  51. ^ Mages Guild Charter
  52. ^ Grommok's JournalGrommok gro-Barak
  53. ^ Cheydinhal Guardsmen dialogue in Oblivion.
  54. ^ a b c d e Events of Oblivion
  55. ^ The Infernal CityGreg Keyes
  56. ^ Rising ThreatLathenil of Sunhold
  57. ^ Events of Knights of the Nine
  58. ^ Events of Shivering Isles

Note: The following references are considered to be unofficial sources. They are included to round off this article and may not be authoritative or conclusive.