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Tar-Anducal ("Light of the West") was the [[Númenórean]] king-name taken by [[Herucalmo]], the consort of the third [[Ruling Queen]] [[Tar-Vanimeldë]].
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Tar-Anducal ("Light of the West") was the king-name taken by [[Herucalmo]], the consort of the third [[Ruling Queen of Númenor|Ruling Queen]] of [[Númenor]], [[Tar-Vanimeldë]].
  
During his wife's reign, Herucalmo was the real power in the land of [[Númenor]]. After the Queen's death, he took the [[Kingship]] illegally in the name [[Tar-Anducal]], and ruled the island kingdom for twenty years  until his own death (from S.A. 2526 to 2657). He was succeeded by his son, the legal heir to [[Tar-Vanimeldë]] who took the throne as [[Tar-Alcarin]].
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During his wife's reign, Herucalmo was the real power in the land of [[Númenor]]. After the Queen's death, he took the [[King of Númenor|Kingship]] illegally in the name [[Tar-Anducal]], and ruled the island kingdom for twenty years  until his own death (from S.A. 2526 to 2657). He was succeeded by his son, the legal heir to [[Tar-Vanimeldë]] who took the throne as [[Tar-Alcarin]].
  
 
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Tar-Anducal ("Light of the West") was the king-name taken by Herucalmo, the consort of the third Ruling Queen of Númenor, Tar-Vanimeldë.

During his wife's reign, Herucalmo was the real power in the land of Númenor. After the Queen's death, he took the Kingship illegally in the name Tar-Anducal, and ruled the island kingdom for twenty years until his own death (from S.A. 2526 to 2657). He was succeeded by his son, the legal heir to Tar-Vanimeldë who took the throne as Tar-Alcarin.