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Léod

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Léod (died Third Age 2501), son of Fram, was the sixth Lord of the Éothéod.

Léod was a great horseman and during his rule he captured a white foal that was wild and proud. When the horse was grown Léod tried to break her, but instead was thrown off and hit his head on a rock and died. His son Eorl later tamed the horse, naming her Felaróf, and she would become the first of the great Mearas horses. This would be the first of the many great deeds of Léod's son, who later go on to found the Kingdom of Rohan.

Genealogy

 Frumgar
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 Fram
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 LÉOD
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 Eorl the Young, founder of Rohan
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 Brego

Preceded by:
Fram
6th Lord of the Éothéod
III 2012 – 2501
Followed by:
Eorl