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'''Calenardhon''' was the place which became [[Rohan]].
 
  
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'''Calenardhon''' was a wide green landscape in the north of [[Gondor]], but it became depopulated during the [[Third Age]]. During the rule of the [[Steward of Gondor|Steward]] [[Cirion]] [[Gondor]] faced a series of attacks by the [[Balchoth]], and Calenardhon was overrun by these evil people. Cirion sent messages for help to Gondor's old allies, including the [[Éothéod]], to help defend Gondor.
 
'''Calenardhon''' was a wide green landscape in the north of [[Gondor]], but it became depopulated during the [[Third Age]]. During the rule of the [[Steward of Gondor|Steward]] [[Cirion]] [[Gondor]] faced a series of attacks by the [[Balchoth]], and Calenardhon was overrun by these evil people. Cirion sent messages for help to Gondor's old allies, including the [[Éothéod]], to help defend Gondor.
  
 
[[Eorl the Young]] answered the call, and helped Gondor defeat the Balchoth at the [[Field of Celebrant]]. In gratitude, Cirion granted all Calenardhon, except for [[Anórien]], to the Éothéod.
 
[[Eorl the Young]] answered the call, and helped Gondor defeat the Balchoth at the [[Field of Celebrant]]. In gratitude, Cirion granted all Calenardhon, except for [[Anórien]], to the Éothéod.
  
After the Éothéod settled in Calenardhon, the land became known as [[Rohan]] or the Riddermark.
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After the Éothéod settled in Calenardhon, the land became known as [[Rohan]] or the [[Riddermark]].
  
 
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Revision as of 20:26, 29 December 2007

The Riders of Rohan by Ted Nasmith.

Calenardhon was a wide green landscape in the north of Gondor, but it became depopulated during the Third Age. During the rule of the Steward Cirion Gondor faced a series of attacks by the Balchoth, and Calenardhon was overrun by these evil people. Cirion sent messages for help to Gondor's old allies, including the Éothéod, to help defend Gondor.

Eorl the Young answered the call, and helped Gondor defeat the Balchoth at the Field of Celebrant. In gratitude, Cirion granted all Calenardhon, except for Anórien, to the Éothéod.

After the Éothéod settled in Calenardhon, the land became known as Rohan or the Riddermark.