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Turambar

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Dúnedain, Men of Gondor (House of Anárion)
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Turambar was the the ninth King of Gondor.

BiographyEdit

Turambar was the son and successor of Rómendacil I. He ascended to the throne in TA 541 at a very young age. He avenged the death of his father and proceeded to conquer large parts of Rhûn from the Easterlings expanding Gondor further into the east. The conquered territories became known as the East-lands province of Gondor. He was the longest reigning king since Meneldil, ruling for 126 years. He was succeeded by his son Atanatar I upon his death in TA 667 at the age of two-hundred and seventy.[2]

EtymologyEdit

Turambar means "master of doom" in the Quenyan language.[3] He was no doubt named after Túrin Turambar, a tragic hero from the First Age.


Kings of Gondor

Elendil | Isildur | Meneldil | Cemendur | Eärendil | Anardil | Ostoher | Rómendacil I | Turambar | Atanatar I | Siriondil | Tarannon Falastur | Eärnil I | Ciryandil | Hyarmendacil I | Atanatar II Alcarin | Narmacil I | Calmacil | Rómendacil II | Valacar | Eldacar | Castamir the Usurper | Eldacar (restored) | Aldamir | Hyarmendacil II | Minardil | Telemnar | Tarondor | Telumehtar Umbardacil | Narmacil II | Calimehtar | Ondoher | Eärnil II | Eärnur | Aragorn II Elessar | Eldarion


ReferencesEdit

  1. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. 12: The Peoples of Middle-earth, VII: "The Heirs of Elendil"
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A: Annals of the Kings and Rulers, I: The Númenórean Kings, (iv): "Gondor and the Heirs of Anárion"
  3. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth

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