Tes Lore:Династия Септимов

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Название Правление
Тайбер Септим 2E854[1]-3E38[2][3]
Пелагий Септим I[nb 1] 3E38[2][3]-3E40[2][3][nb 2]
Кинтира Септим 3E40[2][3]-3E53[3]
Уриэль Септим I 3E53[3]-3E64[2][3]
Уриэль Септим II 3E64[2][3]-3E82[2][4][3]
Пелагий Септим II 3E82[2][4][3]-3E98[5][6][3]
Антиохус Септим 3E99[2][5][nb 3]-3E120[7][8][nb 4]
Кинтира Септим II 3E120[7][9][8]-3E121[10] [nb 5][3]
Уриэль Септим III 3E121[2][nb 5]-3E127[10][11]
Сефорус Септим I 3E127[10][12][11][3]-3E140[12]
Магнус Септим 3E140[12]-3E145[12][8]
Пелагий Септим III 3E145[12][11][6]-3E153[11][8][nb 6]
Катария Р'Атим 3E153[11][8]-3E200[11][8][nb 7]
Кассиндер Септим 3E200[13]-3E202[13][nb 8]
Уриэль Септим IV 3E202[13][nb 8]-3E246[11][nb 9]
Сефорус Септим II 3E246[11][nb 9]-3E268[13][nb 10]
Уриэль Септим V 3E268[13]-3E290[13][14][3]
Уриэль Септим VI 3E290 (3E 307)[15][nb 11][3]-3E317[3]
Морихата Септим 3E317[3]-3E339[15][3]
Пелагий Септим IV 3E339[15][3]-3E368[15][nb 12]
Уриэль Септим VII 3E368[15][3][nb 12]-3E433[16]
Мартин Септим 3E433[17]-3E433[17]

Наследники королевской династии и Расколотого Трона Киродиила, Тамриэль, род Септимов начал подъем к Имперскому статусу с возвышением Талоса, который основал Третью Империю в 897 году, отмечая начало Третьей Эры.

The table to the left shows the emperors and empresses and their regnal dates. The chart below details the lineage of the Septim family in the first-degree only. In both cases, the date of birth and death should be interpreted as Era / Year. For example, "2E/125" should be read as "Second Era in the year 125". All unknown dates are noted with the inclusion of "???". A † symbol next to a date of death indicates that the death was not natural. Names in bold indicate ruling emperors.

References are given in the usual style, but cases where calculation or inference are involved, or where contradictions exist, are marked as "nb" and appear in a separate section.

Тайбер Септим
2E/828[nb 13]-3E/38[2][3]
Кинтира Септим
Пелагий Септим
Уриэль Септим
Уриэль Септим II
Amiel Septim
Galana Septim
Duke of Narsis
3E/???-3E/52[18][nb 14]
Пелагий Септим II
Quintilla Vulstaed or Qizara[nb 15]
?E/???-3E/99[nb 16]
Magna[nb 17]
Антиохус Септим
3E/50[6] or 3E/55[5][nb 18]-3E/120[7]
Gysilla[nb 17]
Cephorus Septim I
3E/78[5][nb 19]-3E/140[12][11][nb 20]
Потема Септим
3E/67[6][12][nb 21]-3E/137[12][11][6]
3E/19[18][nb 22]-3E/99[19][nb 23]
3E/???-3E/136[nb 24]
Магнус Септим
3E/79[5][nb 25]-3E/145[12][8]
Hellena or Utheilla
3E/???-3E/???[nb 26]
Кинтира Септим II
[nb 27]
3E/104[7][nb 28]-3E123†[20][nb 5]
Gallivere Lariat
Катария Ра'Атим
3E/???-3E/199†[nb 7]
Пелагий Септим III
3E/119[8][11] or 3E/125[nb 29][10]-
3E/153[11][8][nb 6]
Jolethe Septim
Уриэль Септим III
3E/97[6][5][nb 30]-3E/127†[10][11]
Уриэль Септим IV
3E/???-3E/247[11][nb 9]
Cassynder Septim
3E/148[8][nb 31]-3E/201[13][nb 8]
Andorak Septim
Cephorus Septim II
3E/???-3E/268[13][nb 10]
Уриэль Септим V
Уриэль Септим VI
3E/286[15][nb 32]-3E/317[3]
Ulfe Gersen
Морихата Септим
3E/288[15][nb 33]-3E/339†[15]
3E/288[15][nb 33]-3E/335[15][nb 34]
Пелагий Септим IV
3E/314[15][nb 35]-3E/368
Caula Voria
Уриэль Септим VII
3E/346[3][16][nb 36]-3E/433†[17]
Gemile[oog 1]
Калаксес Септим
3E/???-3E/398†[21][nb 37]
Geldall Septim
3E/377[16][nb 38]-3E/433†[17]
Enman Septim
3E/378[16][nb 38]-3E/433†[17]
Ebel Septim
3E/380[16][nb 38]-3E/433†[17]
Мартин Септим


  1. Путеводитель по Империи и ее окрестностям. 1-е издание: Cyrodiil — Imperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
  2. 2,00 2,01 2,02 2,03 2,04 2,05 2,06 2,07 2,08 2,09 2,10 2,11 2,12 2,13 Tes Lore:Brief History of the Empire v 1
  3. 3,00 3,01 3,02 3,03 3,04 3,05 3,06 3,07 3,08 3,09 3,10 3,11 3,12 3,13 3,14 3,15 3,16 3,17 3,18 3,19 3,20 3,21 3,22 3,23 Tamriel's Timeline, The Daggerfall Chronicles — Ronald Wartow
  4. 4,0 4,1 Tes Lore:The_Wolf_Queen, v2
  5. 5,0 5,1 5,2 5,3 5,4 5,5 5,6 Tes Lore:The_Wolf_Queen, v3
  6. 6,0 6,1 6,2 6,3 6,4 6,5 6,6 Tes Lore:Biography of the Wolf Queen
  7. 7,0 7,1 7,2 7,3 Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v5
  8. 8,0 8,1 8,2 8,3 8,4 8,5 8,6 8,7 8,8 8,9 Tes Lore:The Madness of Pelagius
  9. Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v6
  10. 10,0 10,1 10,2 10,3 10,4 Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v7
  11. 11,00 11,01 11,02 11,03 11,04 11,05 11,06 11,07 11,08 11,09 11,10 11,11 11,12 11,13 Tes Lore:Brief History of the Empire v 2
  12. 12,0 12,1 12,2 12,3 12,4 12,5 12,6 12,7 12,8 Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v8
  13. 13,0 13,1 13,2 13,3 13,4 13,5 13,6 13,7 13,8 TES Lore:Brief History of the Empire v 3
  14. 14,0 14,1 Tes Lore:Report: Disaster at Ionith
  15. 15,00 15,01 15,02 15,03 15,04 15,05 15,06 15,07 15,08 15,09 15,10 Tes Lore:Brief History of the Empire v 4
  16. 16,0 16,1 16,2 16,3 16,4 Вороной Курьер, Специальный выпуск
  17. 17,0 17,1 17,2 17,3 17,4 17,5 17,6 События TES IV: Oblivion
  18. 18,0 18,1 Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v1
  19. Tes Lore:The Wolf Queen, v4
  20. Tes Lore:Broken Diamonds
  21. Tes Lore:Слова и философия


  1. "There has been some disagreement regarding Pelagius' relationship with Tiber Septim. A version of a Brief History of the Empire referred to Pelagius as Tiber's eldest son, but it has since been revised. Some passages in The Real Barenziah suggest that Tiber's wife, known only as the Empress, had multiple "children". The likeliest explanations include that Tiber and the Empress had female children otherwise unrecorded to history, or that the general public were referred to as the Empress' "children". Other possibilities include that the Empress had children that were not Tiber's, the two of them had secret offspring, or a mistake on the part of the author. Regardless, the throne ended up with Kintyra.
  2. A Brief History of the Empire says that Pelagius reigned for "less than three years", suggesting a date of 3E 40. The Daggerfall Chronicles explicitly uses this date.
  3. Book 3 of The Wolf Queen indicates that Antiochus was not offered the throne until some time had passed after the death of Pelagius II. A Brief History of the Empire indicates that he took the throne twelve years before The War of the Isle in 3E110, which leads to the same date.
  4. Book 5 of The Wolf Queen states that Antiochus fell into a coma in 3E 119 and that his funeral was in 3E 120. The Madness of Pelagius agrees, stating that Kintyra ascended the throne "just over a year" after after Pelagius' birth in 119. Both books are contradicted in the Biography of the Wolf Queen, which explicitly places his death in 3E 112. To add to the confusion, see the note about the date of Pelagius III's birth. This chart uses the 120 date, since most references state that to be the correct date.
  5. 5,0 5,1 5,2 In The Wolf Queen, although there is uncertainty over the date of Kintyra's death, it is stated that Uriel III was crowned "four years previously" to the year 3E 125, implying that he was crowned in 3E 121. A Brief History of the Empire explicitly states that Uriel took the throne in 121. The Biography of the Wolf Queen states that Kintyra was executed in 3E 114 and that Uriel ascended to the throne "seven years later". Thus while all three books agree on the date of Uriel's ascension, the Biography implies a seven year interregnum during the War of the Red Diamond when nobody wore the Imperial crown. The precise date given in Broken Diamonds implies that Kintyra was held in captivity for some time before her death.
  6. 6,0 6,1 The Madness of Pelagius says that Pelagius III died in the 34th year of his life, which translates to 3E 153.
  7. 7,0 7,1 Both Brief History of the Empire and The Madness of Pelagius put the length of Katariah's reign at 46 years. To fit in with later events, this reign must end in 3E 200.
  8. 8,0 8,1 8,2 The Daggerfall version of Brief History says "In two years, he was dead" while the later version says that Cassynder died "Three years after [his accession]". It is impossible to determine exactly which year these statements are intended to mean, but 3E 202 seems reasonable.
  9. 9,0 9,1 9,2 Brief History of the Empire describes the reign of Uriel Septim IV lasting 43 years. This must have extended into 3E 246, as The Rear Guard describes a law made "in 3E 246, during the reign of Uriel IV". The Daggerfall Chronicles place Uriel's death in 3E 247, but it doesn't seem possible to stretch his reign into this year given other events. It is possible this date has been superseded.
  10. 10,0 10,1 Although the Brief History of the Empire states Cephorus II became emperor in 3E 268, this is clearly an error. The same book states that Uriel Septim V also became emperor in 268, so it is more logical to assume the latter is correct and that Cephorus simply followed on from Uriel IV. Cephorus is described as "a cousin more closely related to the original Septim line", although his precise line of descent is not clear.
  11. Uriel VI was too young to rule in his own right when he was crowned, so his mother Thonica ruled as regent. He was eventually allowed to ascend the throne and assume full Imperial powers in 3E 307.
  12. 12,0 12,1 The Brief History of the Empire states that Pelagius reigned for 49 years, but this has been acknowledged as an error - the correct span is 29 years.
  13. The Wolf Queen, v1 suggests Tiber Septim was born in 2E 288, but since that would mean he was nearly 650 years old when he died, it seems more likely that Potema was misremembering her lessons. The Arcturian Heresy states that Tiber was 108 when he died, which places his birth in around 2E 827-828. If Potema simply had the digits in the wrong order, 828 seems more likely.
  14. The Wolf Queen states the Pelagius had been "eleven years a widower" when he visited Camlorn in 3E 63, implying that his first wife died in 3E 52.
  15. Books 1, 3 and 6 of The Wolf Queen name the wife of Pelagius II as Quintilla Vulstaed, but the Biography of the Wolf Queen calls her Qizara.
  16. Book 3 of The Wolf Queen contains a scene in 3E 99 where Quintilla prophesies that she will die soon, followed by King Mantiarco shortly thereafter. Other sources attest to Mantiarco's death in 3E 99, so assuming Quintilla's prophecy was correct, she must have died in the same year. Certainly, the only reference to her in the book - in 3E 121 - is in the past tense..
  17. 17,0 17,1 There is slightly contradictory evidence about Antiochus' wives and the mother of his daughter, Kintyra. The Biography of the Wolf Queen says that Kintyra's mother was called Magna, and mentions no other wife. The Wolf Queen, v4, however, states that Kintyra was born to Antiochus' second wife, Gysilla, but doesn't mention the name of his first wife. Adding to the confusion, The Wolf Queen, v5 copies the Biography's paragraph on the subject almost word for word, with the only major change being the substitution of "Magna" with "Gysilla". Neither woman is mentioned in any other book. Since the Biography is known to be inaccurate on several other points, it makes sense to follow the lineage described in The Wolf Queen, and to use Magna as the name of Antiochus' first wife.
  18. The Wolf Queen states that Antiochus was 43 in 3E 98, implying a birth year of 3E 54-55. The Biography of the Wolf Queen has him aged 48 in 3E 98, suggesting that he was born five years earlier.
  19. The Wolf Queen states that Cephorus was 21 in 3E 98 and 60 in 3E 137, implying a birth year of 3E 77-78.
  20. Book 2 of Brief History of the Empire states that Cephorus outlived Potema by three years.
  21. The Wolf Queen states that Potema was 14 in 3E 80, 53 in 3E 120 and 70 in 3E 137, implying a birth year of 3E 66-3E 67; it also states that she was 30 in 3E 98, which favors the latter date.
  22. The Wolf Queen states that Mantiarco was 62 in 3E 80, implying a birth year of 3E 18-19.
  23. The Wolf Queen states that 3E 109 was nine years after Mantiarco's death, implying that he died in 3E 99-100, and the Biography of the Wolf Queen states he "the springtide after Pelagius II", whose death in 3E 98 is well-documented.
  24. The Wolf Queen makes several references to Cephorus' Redguard Bride named Bianki but The Madness of Pelagius is equally clear, stating that "Cephorus never married and died childless". Bianki is included here for completeness. Her death in 3E 136 comes from a phrase in the Wolf Queen, where Pelagius reflects that "Aunt Bianki" died "last year" in an entry dated 3E 137. Book 4 suggests that the marriage resulted in "a healthy brood of children", but Book 8 states they all died either in the war or as the result of famine after it.
  25. The Wolf Queen states that Magnus was 19 in 3E 98, implying a birth year of 3E 78-79.
  26. Book 7 of The Wolf Queen clearly names Magnus' wife and Pelagius' mother as "Hellena"; The Madness of Pelagius is equally clear that her name is "Utheilla".
  27. Book 4 of The Wolf Queen says that Antiochus named Kintyra after his "great-great-great grandaunt", but from other sources, she was actually his great-great grandmother.
  28. The Wolf Queen states that Kintyra was 15 in both 3E 119 and 3E 120, implying a birth year of 3E 104.
  29. It is impossible to be certain about the date of Pelagius III's birth. The Wolf Queen explicitly states it as 3E 125 while The Madness of Pelagius is equally explicit in a date of 3E 119. Book 2 of Brief History of the Empire says that Pelagius died at the age of 34 in 3E 153, which supports the date of 119.
  30. He was one year old in 3E 98 according to The Wolf Queen, and the Biography of the Wolf Queen explicitly states 3E 97. Book 4 of The Wolf Queen, however, has Uriel's age as 11 in 3E 110, which may push his birth up to 3E 98. The same book calls Tiber Septim Uriel's "great great great great great granduncle". This either contains one too many "greats" or the "grand" should be removed; in reality, Tiber is Uriel's great-great-great-great-great uncle, or great-great-great-great-grand uncle.
  31. The Madness of Pelagius says that Katariah became pregnant just after Pelagius was sent to a private asylum, which happened two years into his reign. Assuming a full nine-month pregnancy, Cassynder's birth would be some time between 3E/147 and 3E/149. This would also fit with a Brief History of the Empire, which notes that he was middle-aged when he came to the throne - with these dates he would have been in his early 50s.
  32. Uriel VI is described as being five years old on his father's death in 3E 290 and 22 in 3E 307, implying he was born in 3E 285-286.
  33. 33,0 33,1 Morihatha and Eliosa are described by the Brief History of the Empire as being twins born a month after their father left for Akavir. Since the report of the Disaster at Ionith states the fleet left in Rain's Hand, 3E 288, they must have been born in Second Seed of the same year.
  34. Book 4 of Brief History of the Empire says that Eloisa died of fever four years before Morihatha, making the date 3E335.
  35. Pelagius IV is stated to be 25 years of age at his succession in the year 3E 339 in Brief History of the Empire, implying a birth date of 3E 314-315.
  36. The Black Horse Courier describes Uriel VII as being 87 in 3E 433, implying a birth year of 3E 346-347. The Daggerfall Chronicles explicitly give a date of 3E 346.
  37. Words and Philosophy gives the date of Calaxes' disappearance as 3E 498, which is clearly a misprint since the third age ended in 433. A date of 3E 398 was probably intended, although since his father would only have been 52 by this date, Calaxes would have been very young to be given a position as powerful as Archbishop. Although no source states definitively that Calaxes died, no other outcome seems likely.
  38. 38,0 38,1 38,2 The Black Horse Courier has Geldall, Enman and Ebel being 56, 55 and 53 respectively in the year 3E 433, implying birth years of 3E 377, 3E 378 and 3E 380.

Note: the following references are not found in game. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.

  1. The only source for the name of Martin's mother is a forum post by Ken Rolston in which Caius Cosades suggests the name while visiting Uriel's newly-dug grave.