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Argon

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His mother was [[Anairë]], and his brothers were [[Fingon]], and [[Turgon]]. He had an older sister, [[Aredhel]].
 
His mother was [[Anairë]], and his brothers were [[Fingon]], and [[Turgon]]. He had an older sister, [[Aredhel]].
  
His [[Quenya]] name was ''[[Arakáno]]'' ("High Commander"), named so partially for his character. Argon set foot on [[Middle-earth]] with his father and brothers, but he was killed during the [[Battle of Lhammoth]].
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His [[Quenya]] name was ''[[Arakáno]]'' ("High Commander"), named so partially for his character. Argon set foot on [[Middle-earth]] with his father and brothers, but he was killed during the [[Battle of the Lammoth]].
  
 
[[Arakáno]] thus never received a true [[Sindarin]] name, but '''Argon''' was later devised for him in the records. It is recorded that this later became a popular name under the [[Eldar]].
 
[[Arakáno]] thus never received a true [[Sindarin]] name, but '''Argon''' was later devised for him in the records. It is recorded that this later became a popular name under the [[Eldar]].
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== Other versions of the legendarium ==
 
== Other versions of the legendarium ==
  
Argon does not appear in the published ''[[The Silmarillion]]'' at all, as he only came to light in very late writings by [[Tolkien]].
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Argon does not appear in the published ''[[The Silmarillion|Silmarillion]]'' at all, as he only came to light in very late writings by [[Tolkien]].
  
 
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Revision as of 20:06, 31 January 2006

Argon was the fourth child of Fingolfin, High King of the Ñoldor in Beleriand.

His mother was Anairë, and his brothers were Fingon, and Turgon. He had an older sister, Aredhel.

His Quenya name was Arakáno ("High Commander"), named so partially for his character. Argon set foot on Middle-earth with his father and brothers, but he was killed during the Battle of the Lammoth.

Arakáno thus never received a true Sindarin name, but Argon was later devised for him in the records. It is recorded that this later became a popular name under the Eldar.

Other versions of the legendarium

Argon does not appear in the published Silmarillion at all, as he only came to light in very late writings by Tolkien.