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==History==
 
==History==
The man once born as Balan (perhaps in [[Eriador]]) was one of the people who sought to reach the [[Valar|Gods]] in the [[Uttermost West|West]]. With his sons [[Belen]] and [[Baran]] and his people, they met [[Dwarves]] and [[Avari]] before eventually crossing the [[Blue Mountains]] in {{FA|310}}.
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The man once born as Balan (perhaps in [[Eriador]]) was one of the people who sought to reach the [[Valar|Gods]] in the [[West]]. With his sons [[Belen]] and [[Baran]] and his people, they met [[Dwarves]] and [[Avari]] before eventually crossing the [[Blue Mountains]] in {{FA|310}}.
  
 
One night as they slept in [[Ossiriand]], the Noldorin King [[Finrod|Finrod Felagund]], eldest son of [[Finarfin]], came upon Balan and his people and enchanted them with his music as they woke up. Finrod quickly befriended the Men and advised them to settle in [[Estolad]] in the realm of the Noldorin Elf-lords [[Amrod]] and [[Amras]], the sons of [[Fëanor]].<ref name="West"/>  
 
One night as they slept in [[Ossiriand]], the Noldorin King [[Finrod|Finrod Felagund]], eldest son of [[Finarfin]], came upon Balan and his people and enchanted them with his music as they woke up. Finrod quickly befriended the Men and advised them to settle in [[Estolad]] in the realm of the Noldorin Elf-lords [[Amrod]] and [[Amras]], the sons of [[Fëanor]].<ref name="West"/>  

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