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Estelmo

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'''Estelmo''' is the squire to [[Isildur]]'s eldest son [[Elendur]], who was knocked to the ground and left for dead by [[Orcs]] in the [[Battle of the Gladden Fields]]. In fact, he recovered from his injuries, and was one of only three [[Men]] to survive the Disaster in which Isildur and the [[One Ring]] were lost.
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'''Estelmo''' was the squire to [[Isildur]]'s eldest son [[Elendur (son of Isildur)|Elendur]].
  
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==History==
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In {{TA|2}}, Estelmo accompanied Elendur and Isildur north along the eastern slopes of the [[Misty Mountains]]. They were [[Battle of the Gladden Fields|ambushed]] by [[Orcs]], and after a blow to the head Estelmo was believed dead. Stunned, the young man survived and was found under Elendur's body.  Estelmo recuperated, and was one of only three [[Men]] to survive the Disaster in which Isildur and [[the One Ring]] were lost.  He was able to report the words of Isildur and Elendur when they parted.<ref>{{UT|Gladden}}</ref>
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Revision as of 05:18, 18 May 2012

Estelmo
Arnorian
Biographical Information
PositionEsquire to Elendur
BirthLate Second Age
DeathEarly Third Age
Physical Description
GenderMale

Estelmo was the squire to Isildur's eldest son Elendur.

History

In T.A. 2, Estelmo accompanied Elendur and Isildur north along the eastern slopes of the Misty Mountains. They were ambushed by Orcs, and after a blow to the head Estelmo was believed dead. Stunned, the young man survived and was found under Elendur's body. Estelmo recuperated, and was one of only three Men to survive the Disaster in which Isildur and the One Ring were lost. He was able to report the words of Isildur and Elendur when they parted.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "The Disaster of the Gladden Fields"