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Argeleb I

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Argeleb I was the seventh King of Arthedain.

BiographyEdit

Argeleb (3)

Argeleb as he appears in the game Battle for Middle Earth 2 the Rise of the Witch-King

Argeleb I came to the throne in TA 1349 at the death of his father Malvegil. Because the line of Kings had failed in the realms of Cardolan and Rhudaur, Argeleb claimed the Kingship of all of Arnor again, taking the royal prefix ar(a)- as a sign. He was thus not only the seventh King of Arthedain, but also the seventeenth King of Arnor.

Cardolan accepted this rule, but Rhudaur had by then fallen under control of Angmar, and resisted his rule. Argeleb fortified the hills at Weathertop, and was killed in 1356 by evil men from Rhudaur, under the command of the Witch-king of Angmar.

Argeleb I was king for only seven years and was succeeded by his son Arveleg I.

Argeleb (2)

Argeleb as he lies dying on the battlefield

Portrayal in adaptationsEdit

Argeleb was a character seen in the The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king.

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Preceded by:
Malvegil
King of Arthedain
TA 1349 - TA 1356
King of Arnor
TA 1349 - TA 1356
Followed by:
Arveleg I


Kings of Arnor & Kings of Arthedain
Arnor Elendil | Isildur | Valandil | Eldacar | Arantar | Tarcil | Tarondor | Valandur | Elendur | Eärendur
Restoration Period:  Aragorn II Elessar | Eldarion
Arthedain Amlaith | Beleg | Mallor | Celepharn | Celebrindor | Malvegil | Argeleb I | Arveleg I | Araphor | Argeleb II | Arvegil | Arveleg II | Araval | Araphant | Arvedui


ReferencesEdit

  1. The History of Middle-earth: The Peoples of Middle-earth, "The Heirs of Elendil"

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