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Revision as of 21:02, 1 March 2006

All dates are in the Third Age, except where noted. All of the Kings were of the same dynasty, the House of Eorl, divided into separate Lines when a king was not succeeded by his direct male descendant (in both cases the nephew of the king ascended the throne).

First Line
1. Eorl the Young, son of Léod 2510 – 2545
2. Brego 2545 – 2570
3. Aldor the Old 2570 – 2645
4. Fréa 2645 – 2659
5. Fréawine 2659 – 2680
6. Goldwine 2680 – 2699
7. Déor 2699 – 2718
8. Gram 2718 – 2741
9. Helm Hammerhand 2741 – 2759
Helm's two sons were killed by the Dunlendings during the Long Winter.
His sister-son (sister's son), Fréaláf Hildeson, became the first king of the second line.
 
Second Line
10. Fréaláf Hildeson 2759 – 2798
11. Brytta Léofa 2798 – 2842
12. Walda 2842 – 2851
13. Folca the Hunter 2851 – 2864
14. Folcwine 2864 – 2903
15. Fengel 2903 – 2953
16. Thengel 2953 – 2980
17. Théoden Ednew 2980 – 3019
Théoden's only son, Théodred, was slain at First Battle of the Fords of Isen.
His sister-son, Éomer, became the first King of the third line.
 
Third Line
18. Éomer Éadig 3019 – IV 63
19. Elfwine IV 63 – ?

See also: House of Eorl