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Eärnil I

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'''Eärnil I''' was the thirteenth King of [[Gondor]] and the second Ship-king.
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'''Eärnil I''' ([[Third Age]] 736 – 936, aged 200 years) was the thirteenth [[King of Gondor]] and the second [[Ship-king]].
  
In 913 T.A. he succeeded his illustrious uncle [[Tarannon Falastur]] who died childless. He was the son of Tarannon's brother Tarciryan.
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In Third Age 913 he succeeded his illustrious uncle [[Tarannon Falastur]] who died childless. He was the son of Tarannon's brother [[Tarciryan]]. He continued with the expansionist maritime policy of his predecessor and captured [[Umbar]] in 933. He was tragically lost at sea near Umbar and succeeded by his son [[Ciryandil]].
 
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He continued with the expansionist maritime policy of his predecessor.
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|prev=[[Tarannon Falastur]]
He captured [[Umbar]] in 933 T.A.
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|list=[[King of Gondor]]<br><code>III</code> 913 – 936
He was tragically lost at sea near Umbar in 936 T.A. and succeeded by his son [[Ciryandil]].
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[[Category:Rulers of Gondor]]
 
[[Category:Rulers of Gondor]]
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Revision as of 06:30, 8 June 2006

Eärnil I (Third Age 736 – 936, aged 200 years) was the thirteenth King of Gondor and the second Ship-king.

In Third Age 913 he succeeded his illustrious uncle Tarannon Falastur who died childless. He was the son of Tarannon's brother Tarciryan. He continued with the expansionist maritime policy of his predecessor and captured Umbar in 933. He was tragically lost at sea near Umbar and succeeded by his son Ciryandil.

Preceded by:
Tarannon Falastur
King of Gondor
III 913 – 936
Followed by:
Ciryandil