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Glóin (King of Durin's Folk)

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'''Glóin''' ([[Third Age]] 2136 – 2385, lived 249 years) was King of [[Durin's folk]] for 96 years, from 2289 to 2385. He was the son of [[Thorin I]], and father of [[Óin King of Durin’s Folk|Óin]]. During his rule the [[Dwarves]] of Durin's folk lived in the [[Grey Mountains]].
 
'''Glóin''' ([[Third Age]] 2136 – 2385, lived 249 years) was King of [[Durin's folk]] for 96 years, from 2289 to 2385. He was the son of [[Thorin I]], and father of [[Óin King of Durin’s Folk|Óin]]. During his rule the [[Dwarves]] of Durin's folk lived in the [[Grey Mountains]].
  
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== Genealogy ==
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    [[Thorin I]]
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    '''GLÓIN'''
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      [[Óin King of Durin’s Folk|Óin]]
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Revision as of 18:22, 23 May 2006

(See also Glóin son of Gróin, one of Thorin and Company)

Glóin (Third Age 2136 – 2385, lived 249 years) was King of Durin's folk for 96 years, from 2289 to 2385. He was the son of Thorin I, and father of Óin. During his rule the Dwarves of Durin's folk lived in the Grey Mountains.

Genealogy

   Thorin I
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    GLÓIN
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     Óin

Preceded by:
Thorin I
Kings of Durin's Folk Followed by:
Óin