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Baranor (man of Gondor)

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'''Baranor''' was a little-known character, mentioned only once by his son [[Beregond]] as he introduced [[Pippin]] to the city of [[Minas Tirith]]. Like his son, he seems to have lived in that city, probably during the early rule of [[Denethor]], or that of [[Denethor]]'s father Steward [[Ecthelion II]]. Though Baranor is mentioned only fleetingly in [[The Lord of the Rings]], his name was an ancient one: it first appears as the name of a grandson of [[Bëor]] the Old during the [[First Age]].
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:'' For the Baranor who lived in the First Age see [[Baranor son of Baran]]''.
  
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'''Baranor''' was a man of [[Gondor]] in the [[Third Age]]. He was the father of [[Beregond, soldier of Gondor|Beregond]], a hero of the [[seige of Minas Tirith]], and seems to have also dwelt in that city.
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His name is an ancient one, dating back to the [[House of Bëor]] in the [[First Age]].
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Revision as of 18:33, 3 October 2008

For the Baranor who lived in the First Age see Baranor son of Baran.

Baranor was a man of Gondor in the Third Age. He was the father of Beregond, a hero of the seige of Minas Tirith, and seems to have also dwelt in that city.

His name is an ancient one, dating back to the House of Bëor in the First Age.