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'''Elendilmir''' was a symbol of royalty among the [[Kings of Arnor]] and their descendants: a radiant white gem set on a silver fillet. The first Elendilmir was lost with [[Isildur]] at the [[Disaster of the Gladden Fields]], but another was made, and borne by Isildur's descendants until the time of [[Aragorn II|Aragorn]] and almost certainly beyond.
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'''Elendilmir''' was a symbol of royalty among the [[Kings of Arnor]] and their descendants: a radiant white gem set on a silver fillet. The first Elendilmir was lost with [[Isildur]] at the [[Disaster of the Gladden Fields]], but another was made, and borne by Isildur's descendants until the time of [[Aragorn]] and almost certainly beyond.
 
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[[Category:Rings and Jewels]]
 
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[[Category:Quenya names]]
 
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Revision as of 15:50, 7 August 2010

Elendilmir was a symbol of royalty among the Kings of Arnor and their descendants: a radiant white gem set on a silver fillet. The first Elendilmir was lost with Isildur at the Disaster of the Gladden Fields, but another was made, and borne by Isildur's descendants until the time of Aragorn and almost certainly beyond.

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