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Arador

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|birth= <code>III</code> 2820
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|birth= [[Third Age 2820|T.A. 2820]]
|rule= <code>III</code> 2912
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|rule= [[Third Age 2912|T.A. 2912]]
|death= <code>III</code> 2930
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|death= [[Third Age 2930|T.A. 2930]]
 
|age= 110
 
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As far as we know, Arador's rule was uneventful except for the fact he was captured and killed by [[Hill-trolls]] north of [[Rivendell]].  He was followed by his young son, [[Arathorn II]], in 2930.
 
As far as we know, Arador's rule was uneventful except for the fact he was captured and killed by [[Hill-trolls]] north of [[Rivendell]].  He was followed by his young son, [[Arathorn II]], in 2930.
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==Genealogy==
 
==Genealogy==
 
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Revision as of 14:10, 21 June 2007

Template:Royalty infobox Arador (T.A. 2820 - 2930, died aged 110) was the fourteenth Chieftain of the Dúnedain, succeeding his father, Argonui, when he died in 2912.

As far as we know, Arador's rule was uneventful except for the fact he was captured and killed by Hill-trolls north of Rivendell. He was followed by his young son, Arathorn II, in 2930.

Genealogy

  Isildur
     :
     :
  Argonui
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  ARADOR
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Arathorn II
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Aragorn II

Etymology

Arador's name is Sindarin and means "Royal Lord" coming form the prefix ara meaning "royal", and dor (a form taur) meaning "lord"

Titles

Preceded by:
Argonui
14th Chieftain of the Dúnedain
III 2912 - 2930
Followed by:
Arathorn II