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'''Hardang''' was a Chieftain of the [[Men of Brethil]] in the [[First Age]]. He descended from [[Halmir]] of the [[House of Haleth]]. Hardang was the sun of [[Hundad]] who was the son of [[Hundar]]. After the death of the Chieftain of Brethil, [[Handir]], Hardang tried to have his cousin, [[Brandir]] dismissed of  the throne in favor of himself. Many believed Brandir was unfit to rule and supported Hardang.  
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}}'''Hardang''' was a Chieftain of the [[Men of Brethil]] in the [[First Age]].  
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==History==
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He descended from [[Halmir]] of the [[House of Haleth]]. Hardang was the son of [[Hundad]] who was the son of [[Hundar]]. After the death of the Chieftain of Brethil, [[Handir]], Hardang tried to have his cousin, [[Brandir]] dismissed of  the throne in favor of himself. Many believed Brandir was unfit to rule and supported Hardang.  
  
 
After the death of Brandir a new Chieftain had to be elected. As Brandir had no children the [[Folk of Brethil]] wished for his cousin [[Manthor]] to take up the line, however they were connected by a daughter, and thus Hardang won the election. Hardang promoted Manthor to become the Captain of the Guards at the [[Crossings of Taeglin]].
 
After the death of Brandir a new Chieftain had to be elected. As Brandir had no children the [[Folk of Brethil]] wished for his cousin [[Manthor]] to take up the line, however they were connected by a daughter, and thus Hardang won the election. Hardang promoted Manthor to become the Captain of the Guards at the [[Crossings of Taeglin]].
  
Within two years of Hardang's ruling, rumors of the return of [[Húrin Thalion]] began spreading. As Hardang disliked the [[House of Hador]] for he had no blood relation. Upon Húrin's return, at the [[Moot of the Folk]] Manthor defended Húrin against Hardang.
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Within two years of Hardang's ruling, rumors of the return of [[Húrin|Húrin Thalion]] began spreading. As Hardang disliked the [[House of Hador]] for he had no blood relation. Upon Húrin's return, at the [[Moot of the Folk]] Manthor defended Húrin against Hardang.
  
 
The [[Folk of Brethil]] were angered by Hardang actions and burned the [[Hall of the Chieftains]]. Hardang attempted to escape but was hit with a spear in  his back and he perished.
 
The [[Folk of Brethil]] were angered by Hardang actions and burned the [[Hall of the Chieftains]]. Hardang attempted to escape but was hit with a spear in  his back and he perished.
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==References==
 
==References==
* [[The Wanderings of Húrin]], [[The War of the Jewels]].
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* {{HM|WJ}}, "[[The Wanderings of Húrin]]"
  
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Revision as of 12:18, 4 November 2012

Hardang
Adan
Biographical Information
TitlesChieftain
LocationBrethil
LanguageSome Mannish dialect
BirthF.A. 470
RuleF.A. 499 - 501
DeathF.A. 501 (aged 31)
Brethil
Family
HouseHouse of Haleth
ParentageHundad
Physical Description
GenderMale
Hardang was a Chieftain of the Men of Brethil in the First Age.

History

He descended from Halmir of the House of Haleth. Hardang was the son of Hundad who was the son of Hundar. After the death of the Chieftain of Brethil, Handir, Hardang tried to have his cousin, Brandir dismissed of the throne in favor of himself. Many believed Brandir was unfit to rule and supported Hardang.

After the death of Brandir a new Chieftain had to be elected. As Brandir had no children the Folk of Brethil wished for his cousin Manthor to take up the line, however they were connected by a daughter, and thus Hardang won the election. Hardang promoted Manthor to become the Captain of the Guards at the Crossings of Taeglin.

Within two years of Hardang's ruling, rumors of the return of Húrin Thalion began spreading. As Hardang disliked the House of Hador for he had no blood relation. Upon Húrin's return, at the Moot of the Folk Manthor defended Húrin against Hardang.

The Folk of Brethil were angered by Hardang actions and burned the Hall of the Chieftains. Hardang attempted to escape but was hit with a spear in his back and he perished.

Other versions

In early versions of the story, Hardang's name was Harathor, and it was he, not Manthor, who was the brother of Túrin's companion Hunthor.

References