|File:Unknown Artist - Ingwe.jpg|
|Titles||High King of the Elves; King of the Vanyar|
|Birth||1050 YOTT, Cuiviénen |
|Death||Did not die |
|Gallery||Images of Ingwë|
His name was loaned to the Vanyar, who also called themselves Ingwer.
Other Versions of the Legendarium
In that early writing Inwë (or Ing) was instead the name of a mortal man, the "King of Lúthien" (also spelled "Leithian" or "Luthany"), who was driven east over the sea by Ossë and became ruler of the ancestors of the Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and Frisians. Eventually the Angles, Saxon, and Jutes returned to Lúthien, now long renamed as Britain.