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"Thorin, son of Thráin, son of Thrór, "King under the Mountain". Oh, but I'm forgetting; you don't have a mountain, and you're not a king, which makes you...nobody, really."
The Great Goblin taunting Thorin Oakenshield of his title

The King under the Mountain, also called the King of Erebor, was the hereditary title of the Dwarven ruler who resides at the Lonely Mountain. The King under the Mountain was also by right the King of Durin's Folk.[1]

In The Hobbit, the Dragon Smaug was held to be the only "king" of Erebor. Thorin Oakenshield was in fact in line to be the only rightful King under the Mountain.[2]

Kings under the MountainEdit

Name Years Information
Thráin I TA 1999 - TA 2190 He founded the first kingdom in Lonely Mountain and discovered the Arkenstone.
Thorin I TA 2190 - TA 2210 The son of Thráin I he abandoned Lonely Mountain in TA 2210.
Abandoned TA 2210 - TA 2590 The Arkenstone was left when the mountain was abandoned.
Thrór TA 2590 - TA 2790 He returned to the Lonely Mountain following the death of his father Dáin I in TA 2589, he rediscovered the Arkenstone and refounded the Kingdom. In TA 2770 with the coming of Smaug, King Thrór was forced into exile until he was later murdered by Azog in TA 2790.
Smaug TA 2770 - TA 2941 In TA 2770 Smaug conquered the Lonely Mountain and forced King Thrór and the surviving Dwarves into exile and became the de facto king until his death.
Thráin II TA 2790 - TA 2850 The son of Thrór he succeeded his father in TA 2790 as de jure king, and died a prisoner in Dol Guldur in TA 2850.
Thorin II Oakenshield TA 2850 - TA 2941 The son of Thráin II he succeeded his father in TA 2850 as de jure king. Thorin II Oakenshield was briefly restored to the throne in TA 2941 after the death of Smaug. He was killed shortly afterward in the Battle of the Five Armies along with his nephews Fíli and Kíli.
Dáin II Ironfoot TA 2941 - TA 3019 The son of Náin and second cousin of Thorin II Oakenshield, Dáin II Ironfoot succeeded Thorin II in TA 2941. He died during the Battle of Dale in TA 3019.
Thorin III Stonehelm TA 3019 - FO 137 The son of Dáin II Ironfoot he succeeded his father during the siege of the Lonely Mountain and ruled in the aftermath of the War of the Ring.
Durin VII FO 137 - FO "unknown" The son of Thorin III Stonehelm. He succeeded his father after his father's death in FO 137.

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Koning onder die Berg
Albanian Mbreti në këmbët e Malit
Amharic ተራራ በታች ንጉሥ
Arabic الملك تحت الجبل
Armenian թագավորը տակ լեռան վրա
Azerbaijani Dağ altında Kral
Belarusian Cyrillic кароль пад гарой
Bosnian Kralj pod Planinom
Bulgarian Cyrillic цар под планината
Cambodian ស្ដេចនៅក្រោមភ្នំនោះ
Corsican Re sutta la Muntagna
Croatian Král pod Horou
Czech Král pod Horou
Danish Kongen under Bjerget
Dutch Koning onder de Berg
Esperanto Reĝo sub la Monto
Filipino Hari sa ibaba ng Bundok
Finnish Kuningas alla Vuoren
French Roi sous la Montagne
Frisian Kening ûnder de Berch
Galician Rei debaixo da Montaña
Georgian მეფე ქვეშ მთის
German König unter dem Berg
Greek Βασιλιάς κάτω από το Βουνό
Gujarati પર્વત હેઠળ રાજા
Hebrew המלך תחת ההר
Hindi पहाड़ के नीचे राजा
Hungarian Hegymély Királya
Icelandic Konungur undir Fjallinu
Indonesian Raja di bawah Gunung
Irish Gaelic Rí faoi na Sliabh
Italian Re sotto la Montagna
Japanese 山の下で王
Kannada ಮೌಂಟೇನ್ ಅಡಿಯಲ್ಲಿ ಕಿಂಗ್
Korean 산에서 왕
Kurdish کینگ ونده‌ر تهه‌ مۆونتاین ? (Arabic script) Padîşah di bin Çiyê (Latin)
Latvian Karalis zem Kalna
Lithuanian Karalius pagal Kalno
Luxembourgish Kinnek ënnert dem Bierg
Macedonian Cyrillic цар под планината
Maori Kingi i raro i te Maunga
Malagasy Mpanjaka eo ambanin'ny trano tendrombohitra
Malay Raja di bawah Gunung
Maltese Re taħt il-Muntanji
Mongolian Cyrillic Уулын дор хаан
Nepalese पर्वतमा अन्तर्गत राजा
Norwegian Kongen under Fjellet
Pashto د غره لاندې پاچا
Persian پادشاه در زیر کوه
Polish Król pod Górą
Portuguese Rei debaixo da Montanha
Punjabi ਪਰਬਤ ਦੇ ਹੇਠ ਪਾਤਸ਼ਾਹ ਨੇ
Russian Король под Горой
Sindhi جبل جي ھيٺان بادشاهه
Scottish Gaelic Righ fo Bheinn
Slovak Kráľ pod Horou
Slovenian Kralj pod Goro
Somali Boqor buurta Hoosteedii
Spanish Rey bajo la Montaña
Swedish Kung under Berget
Tajik Cyrillic Подшоҳ зери кӯҳ
Tamil மலை கீழ் ராஜா
Telugu మౌంటైన్ క్రింద కింగ్
Turkish Dağın altında Kral
Urdu ماؤنٹین کے تحت بادشاہ
Ukrainian Cyrillic король під горою
Vietnamese Vua dưới Núi
Welsh Brenin o dan y Mynydd
Yiddish מלך אונטער דעם באַרג

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth
  2. The Hobbit

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