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He was known as "the Great", and also "the Unwilling", because he was the first King of [[Númenor]] that refused to give up his life and the [[Sceptre of Númenor]] to his heir.<ref name="Kings">{{UT|Kings}}, Tar-Atanamir</ref> He lived on into old age and senility<ref name="Kings"/> Thus he begun a new tradition as every of his successors (with the notable exception of [[Tar-Palantir]]) did not relinquish his reign until death.
 
He was known as "the Great", and also "the Unwilling", because he was the first King of [[Númenor]] that refused to give up his life and the [[Sceptre of Númenor]] to his heir.<ref name="Kings">{{UT|Kings}}, Tar-Atanamir</ref> He lived on into old age and senility<ref name="Kings"/> Thus he begun a new tradition as every of his successors (with the notable exception of [[Tar-Palantir]]) did not relinquish his reign until death.
  
He was succeeded by his son, [[Tar-Ancalimon]].<ref name="AppN"/>  [[Herucalmo]], the husband of [[Tar-Vanimeldë]], also was descended from Tar-Atanamir.<ref>{{UT|Kings}}, Tar-Vanimeldë</ref>
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He was succeeded by his son, [[Tar-Ancalimon]].<ref name="AppN"/>
 
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== Genealogy ==
 
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