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Arantar

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'''Arantar''' ([[Third Age|T.A.]] 185 – 435, died aged 250 years) was the fifth [[King of Arnor]], succeeded his father, [[Eldacar of Arnor|Eldacar]], when he died in 339. Arantar was the great-grandson of [[Isildur]], last [[High King]] of both [[Gondor]] and Arnor.
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'''Arantar''' ([[Quenya|Q]], pron. {{IPA|[aˈrantar]}}, stem ''Arantár-''; [[Third Age|T.A.]] 185 – 435, died aged 250 years) was the fifth [[King of Arnor]], succeeded his father, [[Eldacar of Arnor|Eldacar]], when he died in 339. Arantar was the great-grandson of [[Isildur]], last [[High King]] of both [[Gondor]] and Arnor.
  
 
He ruled uneventfully for ninety-six years, and was succeeded by his son, [[Tarcil]], when he died in 435.
 
He ruled uneventfully for ninety-six years, and was succeeded by his son, [[Tarcil]], when he died in 435.

Revision as of 22:54, 16 February 2010

Template:Royalty infobox Arantar (Q, pron. [aˈrantar], stem Arantár-; T.A. 185 – 435, died aged 250 years) was the fifth King of Arnor, succeeded his father, Eldacar, when he died in 339. Arantar was the great-grandson of Isildur, last High King of both Gondor and Arnor.

He ruled uneventfully for ninety-six years, and was succeeded by his son, Tarcil, when he died in 435.

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Genealogy

 Isildur
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 Eldacar
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 ARANTAR
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 Tarcil
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Tarondor

Etymology

Arantar's name is Quenya for "Lord of Kings", from aran meaning "king", and táro or tar meaning "lord"

Inflection

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Titles

Preceded by:
Eldacar
5th King of Arnor
III 339 – 435
Followed by:
Tarcil


References