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Kings of Durin's Folk

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* [[Náin II]] son of Óin
 
* [[Náin II]] son of Óin
 
* [[Dáin I]] son of Náin II. Last King of all of Durin's folk, he was killed by a [[Dragons|cold-drake]] in 2589
 
* [[Dáin I]] son of Náin II. Last King of all of Durin's folk, he was killed by a [[Dragons|cold-drake]] in 2589
* [[Thrór]] son of Dáin I. Returned to Lonely Mountain as ''King-in-Exile'', and tried to reclaim Moria. Was killed by [[Azog]] the [[Orc]] in 2790, which started the [[War of the Dwarves and Orcs]]
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* [[Thrór]] son of Dáin I. Refounded the Kingdom of Lonely Mountain but lost it to the [[Dragon]] [[Smaug]]. Journeyed south to Moria where he was killed by [[Azog]] the [[Orc]]-chieftain, which started the [[War of the Dwarves and Orcs]]
* [[Thráin II]] son of Thrór. Lived in or near [[Belegost]] in the [[Blue Mountains]]. He died in the dungeons of [[Dol Guldur]] in 2850, and was the last holder of the Last Ring of the Dwarves
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* [[Thráin II]] son of Thrór. Lived in the [[Blue Mountains]]. He died in the dungeons of [[Dol Guldur]] in 2850, and was the last holder of one of the [[Ring of Thrór|Seven Rings]]
 
* [[Thorin II Oakenshield]] son of Thrain II. He refounded the Kingdom of Lonely Mountain, but was killed in the [[Battle of Five Armies]] in 2941
 
* [[Thorin II Oakenshield]] son of Thrain II. He refounded the Kingdom of Lonely Mountain, but was killed in the [[Battle of Five Armies]] in 2941
 
* [[Dáin II Ironfoot]], nephew of Thorin II. He was killed in the [[War of the Ring]] in 3019  
 
* [[Dáin II Ironfoot]], nephew of Thorin II. He was killed in the [[War of the Ring]] in 3019  
 
* [[Thorin III Stonehelm]], son of Dáin II
 
* [[Thorin III Stonehelm]], son of Dáin II
* [[Durin VII]] the Last, who refounded Khazad-dûm sometime in the [[Fourth Age]]
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* [[Durin VII]] "the Last", who refounded Khazad-dûm sometime in the [[Fourth Age]]
  
 
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Revision as of 18:09, 14 July 2006

Durin's folk, also known as Longbeards, were the Dwarves most likely to interact with Elves and Men, and were the most famous clan in Tolkien's works.

Kings of Durin's Folk