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'''Prince''' was a hereditary title conferred by the kings of [[Gondor]]. It was first given by [[Elendil]] to a house of [[Númenorean]] nobles, to which he was related to, that had settled in [[Belfalas]]; in or near to [[Edhellond]]. Some two thousand years later, after the drowning of [[Amroth]], [[Galador]] was the first of this line to use the title [[Prince of Dol Amroth]].
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'''Prince''' was a hereditary title conferred by the kings of [[Gondor]]. It was first given by [[Elendil]] to a house of [[Númenorean]] nobles{{ref|1}}, to which he was related to, that had settled in [[Belfalas]]; in or near to [[Edhellond]]. Some two thousand years later, after the drowning of [[Amroth]], [[Galador]] was the first of this line to use the title [[Prince of Dol Amroth]]{{ref|2}}.
  
 
In [[Third Age 3019|T.A. 3019]] King [[Aragorn II]] of Gondor created the title [[Prince of Ithilien]] and gave it to [[Faramir son of Denethor II|Faramir]], the last [[Ruling Steward]].
 
In [[Third Age 3019|T.A. 3019]] King [[Aragorn II]] of Gondor created the title [[Prince of Ithilien]] and gave it to [[Faramir son of Denethor II|Faramir]], the last [[Ruling Steward]].
  
 
[[Peregrin Took]] was also informally known as the [[Prince of the Halflings]] by the people of [[Minas Tirith]] during his time there.
 
[[Peregrin Took]] was also informally known as the [[Prince of the Halflings]] by the people of [[Minas Tirith]] during his time there.
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== References ==
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# ''[[Unfinished Tales]]'', [[Cirion and Eorl]], Note 39.
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# ''[[Unfinished Tales]]'', [[The History of Galadriel and Celeborn]].
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[[Category:Titles]]
 
[[Category:Titles]]

Revision as of 19:50, 27 September 2008

Prince was a hereditary title conferred by the kings of Gondor. It was first given by Elendil to a house of Númenorean noblesTemplate:Ref, to which he was related to, that had settled in Belfalas; in or near to Edhellond. Some two thousand years later, after the drowning of Amroth, Galador was the first of this line to use the title Prince of Dol AmrothTemplate:Ref.

In T.A. 3019 King Aragorn II of Gondor created the title Prince of Ithilien and gave it to Faramir, the last Ruling Steward.

Peregrin Took was also informally known as the Prince of the Halflings by the people of Minas Tirith during his time there.

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