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The etymology of Celebrindor's name is uncertain. The
The etymology of Celebrindor's name is uncertain. The is ''[[celebrin]]'' "silver-like ()''[]'', ".
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As far as we know, Celebrindor's time as king was peaceful and uneventful, as relations between the other realms of Arnor - Cardolan and Rhudaur - were good, and no evil threathened the realm yet - it was after Celebrindor's death that Angmar started to pose a threat to the peoples of Arnor.
Celebrindor died in 1272 after ruling the Northern Kingdom for eighty-one years. He was succeeded by his son Malvegil upon his death.
|5th King of Arthedain
|The Northern Line and the Heirs of Isildur|
|Kings of Arnor:||Elendil · Isildur · Valandil · Eldacar · Arantar · Tarcil · Tarondor · Valandur · Elendur · Eärendur|
|Kings of Arthedain:||Amlaith · Beleg · Mallor · Celepharn · Celebrindor · Malvegil · Argeleb I · Arveleg I · Araphor · Argeleb II · Arvegil · Arveleg II · Araval · Araphant · Arvedui|
|Chieftains of the Dúnedain:||Aranarth · Arahael · Aranuir · Aravir · Aragorn I · Araglas · Arahad I · Aragost · Aravorn · Arahad II · Arassuil · Arathorn I · Argonui · Arador · Arathorn II · Aragorn II|