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Argeleb I

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'''Argeleb''' ([[Third Age|T.A.]] 1226 - 1356, died aged 130) was the 7th King of [[Arthedain]], succeeding his father, [[Malvegil]] on his death in 1349.
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'''Argeleb''' ([[Third Age|T.A.]] 1226 - 1356, died aged 130) was the seventh king of [[Arthedain]], succeeding his father, [[Malvegil]], upon his death in 1349.
  
 
By the time Argeleb came to power, the line of kings had failed in the kingdoms of [[Cardolan]] and [[Rhudaur]], so Argeleb claimed sovereignty over all of [[Arnor]] (taking the royal prefix ''[[ar|ar(a)-]]'' as a token of this). He was thus not only the seventh King of [[Arthedain]], but also the seventeenth King of [[Arnor]].
 
By the time Argeleb came to power, the line of kings had failed in the kingdoms of [[Cardolan]] and [[Rhudaur]], so Argeleb claimed sovereignty over all of [[Arnor]] (taking the royal prefix ''[[ar|ar(a)-]]'' as a token of this). He was thus not only the seventh King of [[Arthedain]], but also the seventeenth King of [[Arnor]].
  
Cardolan accepted this rule, but [[Rhudaur]] had by then fallen under the control of [[Angmar]], and resisted his rule. It was about this time that the remaining [[Stoors]] in the [[Angle of Eriador|Angle]] left the area due to hostile nature of Rhudaur to return to [[Wilderland]] or go westwards like other [[hobbits]]. Argeleb fortified the hills at [[Weathertop]], and was killed in 1356 T.A. by evil men from [[Rhudaur]].
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Cardolan accepted this rule, but by then [[Rhudaur]] had fallen under the control of [[Angmar]], and resisted his rule. It was about this time that the remaining [[Stoors]] in the [[Angle of Eriador|Angle]] left the area due to hostile nature of Rhudaur to either return to [[Wilderland]] or to go westwards like other [[hobbits]]. Argeleb fortified the [[Weather Hills|hills]] at [[Weathertop]], and was killed in 1356 T.A. by evil men from [[Rhudaur]].
  
 
Argeleb ruled for only seven years, and was succeeded by his son, [[Arveleg I]], upon his death in 1356.
 
Argeleb ruled for only seven years, and was succeeded by his son, [[Arveleg I]], upon his death in 1356.
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Revision as of 22:10, 11 January 2007

Template:Royalty infobox Argeleb (T.A. 1226 - 1356, died aged 130) was the seventh king of Arthedain, succeeding his father, Malvegil, upon his death in 1349.

By the time Argeleb came to power, the line of kings had failed in the kingdoms of Cardolan and Rhudaur, so Argeleb claimed sovereignty over all of Arnor (taking the royal prefix ar(a)- as a token of this). He was thus not only the seventh King of Arthedain, but also the seventeenth King of Arnor.

Cardolan accepted this rule, but by then Rhudaur had fallen under the control of Angmar, and resisted his rule. It was about this time that the remaining Stoors in the Angle left the area due to hostile nature of Rhudaur to either return to Wilderland or to go westwards like other hobbits. Argeleb fortified the hills at Weathertop, and was killed in 1356 T.A. by evil men from Rhudaur.

Argeleb ruled for only seven years, and was succeeded by his son, Arveleg I, upon his death in 1356.

Genealogy

  Isildur
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 Malvegil
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 ARGELEB I
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 Arveleg I

Etymology

Argeleb's name is Sindarin for "Silver King" from ar meaning "royal", and celeb (becoming lenited to geleb) meaning "silver".

Preceded by:
Malvegil
7th King of Arthedain
III 1349 - 1356
Followed by:
Arveleg I