|Other names||Ar-Aphanuzir (A)|
|Titles||King of Númenor|
|Language||Adûnaic, Sindarin and Quenya|
|Birth||S.A. 192 |
|Rule||S.A. 442 - 590 (de facto)|
S.A. 443 - 590 (de jure)
|Death||S.A. 603 (aged 411)|
|House||House of Elros|
|Siblings||Aulendil, Nolondil and Vardilmë|
|Children||Eärendur, Elendil and Mairen|
Tar-Amandil had three children: two sons, Elendil and Eärendur; and a daughter, Mairen. Just as his father had yielded the Sceptre before his death, Tar-Amandil abdicated in 590 and was succeeded by his eldest son Elendil, who would rule as Tar-Elendil. This tradition of renouncing the Sceptre a few years before death was observed by most of the rulers of Númenor until Tar-Atanamir.
Amandil means "Devoted to Aman" in Quenya (from -ndil "friend, lover, devoted to"). Like all the rulers of Númenor who took their royal names in Quenya, Amandil added the prefix tar- ("high") to his name when he received the Sceptre.
Tar-Vardamir | ________________|________________ | | | | | | | | TAR-AMANDIL Vardilmë Aulendil Nolondil | ____________|_________ | | | | | | Tar-Elendil Eärendur Mairen | | Tar-Meneldur
|3rd King of Númenor