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'''Arahad I''' ([[Sindarin]]) was the seventh of the [[Chieftains of the Dúnedain]].
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|death= <code>III</code> 2523
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'''Arahad I''' ([[Third Age|T.A.]] 2365 - 2523, died aged 158) was the seventh [[Chieftain of the Dúnedain]], following his father, Araglas, when he died in 2455.
  
Like his forefathers, he was raised by [[Elrond]] in [[Rivendell]] while his father [[Araglas]] dwelt in the wild.
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During his rule, in 2460, [[Sauron]] returned to [[Dol Guldur]] with increaed stength, and thus the [[Watchful Peace]] was ended. In response to this, the [[White Council]] is formed in [[Rivendell]] consisting of [[wizards]] (with [[Saruman]] as its head) and [[elf]]-lords.
  
He became the [[Chieftain of the Dúnedain]] in 2455 at the death of his father. During his rule it was confirmed that [[Sauron]] had returned to [[Dol Guldur]], and the [[Watchful Peace]] came to an end. In [[Rivendell]] the [[White Council]] was formed, of which he became a member, together with the [[Wizards]] and many [[Elf-lords]].
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Also during his rule, [[orcs]] began to increase and multiply in the [[Misty Mountains]], and on one trip from [[Lothlorien]] and Rivendell, in 2509, the orcs revealed themselves, and [[Celebrían]]'s escort was waylaid and she was taken and tortured. Her sons [[Elladan]] and [[Elrohir]] rescued her, but she no longer wished to stay in [[Middle-earth]], so left for [[Valinor]] in 2510.
 
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Some time later the [[Misty Mountains]] were once again invaded by the [[Orcs]]. [[Elrond]]'s wife [[Celebrían]] was taken by [[Orcs]] and tortured. She later left [[Middle-earth]] for [[Valinor]].
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Arahad died in 2523, and was followed by his son [[Aragost]].
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Arahad died in 2523, after having ruled for sixty-eight years, and was followed by his son, [[Aragost]].
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==Genealogy==
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  [[Isildur]]
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  [[Araglas]]
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  '''ARAHAD I'''
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  [[Aragost]]
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  [[Aravorn]]
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==Etymology==
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Arahad's name is [[Sindarin]], but it's etymology is uncertain. It contains the usual royal prefix ''[[ar|ara-]]'' meaning "king", but the ''had'' is a litle harder to work out. It could be ''had'' meaning "hurl, throw", it could be ''sad'' (lenited to ''had'') meaning "place, spot", or it could be related to ''sador'' meaning "faithful person".
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==Titles==
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[[Category:Chieftains of the Dúnedain]]
 
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Revision as of 17:21, 15 January 2007

Template:Royalty infobox Arahad I (T.A. 2365 - 2523, died aged 158) was the seventh Chieftain of the Dúnedain, following his father, Araglas, when he died in 2455.

During his rule, in 2460, Sauron returned to Dol Guldur with increaed stength, and thus the Watchful Peace was ended. In response to this, the White Council is formed in Rivendell consisting of wizards (with Saruman as its head) and elf-lords.

Also during his rule, orcs began to increase and multiply in the Misty Mountains, and on one trip from Lothlorien and Rivendell, in 2509, the orcs revealed themselves, and Celebrían's escort was waylaid and she was taken and tortured. Her sons Elladan and Elrohir rescued her, but she no longer wished to stay in Middle-earth, so left for Valinor in 2510.

Arahad died in 2523, after having ruled for sixty-eight years, and was followed by his son, Aragost.

Genealogy

 Isildur
    :
    :
 Araglas
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 ARAHAD I
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 Aragost
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    |
 Aravorn

Etymology

Arahad's name is Sindarin, but it's etymology is uncertain. It contains the usual royal prefix ara- meaning "king", but the had is a litle harder to work out. It could be had meaning "hurl, throw", it could be sad (lenited to had) meaning "place, spot", or it could be related to sador meaning "faithful person".

Titles

Preceded by:
Araglas
7th Chieftain of the Dúnedain
III 2455 - 2523
Followed by:
Aragost