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None the less, when the surviving Edain were granted the gift-land of [[Númenor]] the House of Hador was still the greatest in size of all the Houses and so made up the greater portion of those who removed there.
 
None the less, when the surviving Edain were granted the gift-land of [[Númenor]] the House of Hador was still the greatest in size of all the Houses and so made up the greater portion of those who removed there.
  
It was believed in [[Gondor]] (somewhat inaccurately<ref name=DM/><ref>{{PM|XNotes}}, #61</ref>) that some of the sons of the House who refused the call to [[Elenna]], became the direct ancestors of the [[Northmen]]; explaining thus the affinity the [[Rohirrim]] had with the [[Gondorians]].<ref>{{TT|IV5}}</ref>
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It was said by [[Gondorian]] lore-masters that some of the sons of the House who refused the call to [[Elenna]], became the ancestors of the [[Northmen]]; explaining thus the affinity the [[Rohirrim]] had with the [[Dúnedain]].<ref>{{TT|IV5}}</ref>
  
 
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== Physical Characteristics ==

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