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'''Tar-Minastir''' (1474 - 1873 [[Second Age|S.A.]], r. 1691 - 1869 [[Second Age|S.A.]]) was the 11th ruler of [[Númenor]]. He succeeded his aunt, Queen [[Tar-Telperiën]]. He was the grandson of King [[Tar-Súrion]].  His name means "Tower-watcher", which perhaps signifies "The Vigilant".
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'''Tar-Minastir''' ([[Second Age]] 1474 – 1873, aged 399 years) was the 11th [[King of Númenor]], ruling for 178 years, from Second Age 1731 to 1869. He succeeded his aunt, Queen [[Tar-Telperiën]]. Tar-Minastir was the grandson of King [[Tar-Súrion]].  His name means "Tower Watcher", perhaps signifying "The Vigilant".
  
[[Sauron]] invaded [[Eriador]] from [[Calenardhon]] in 1695 and realms of [[Eregion]] fell. Sauron advanced to [[Lindon]] and [[Rivendell]]. In 1700 Tar-Minastir sent a navy under the command of Ciryatur, to save Lindon. Ciryatur's forces stopped Sauron's army at the river [[Gwathló]]; reinforcements from Lindon and [[Tharbad]] helped defeat Sauron at the Battle of Gwathló. Sauron retreated to [[Mordor]] in 1701 [[Second Age|S.A.]]
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[[Sauron]] invaded [[Eriador]] from [[Calenardhon]] in 1695 and realms of [[Eregion]] fell. Sauron advanced to [[Lindon]] and besieged [[Rivendell]]. In 1700 Tar-Minastir sent a navy under the command of [[Ciryatur]] to save Lindon. Ciryatur's forces stopped Sauron's army at the river [[Gwathló]]; reinforcements from Lindon and [[Tharbad]] helped defeat Sauron at the Battle of Gwathló. Sauron then retreated back to [[Mordor]].
  
From around the 1800s in the [[Second Age|S.A.]], Númenóreans began establishing permanent settlements in [[Middle-earth]], including [[Umbar]].
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Starting around the 1800s, Númenóreans began establishing permanent settlements in [[Middle-earth]], including [[Umbar]].
  
He abdicated in 1869 [[Second Age|S.A.]] and was succeeded by his son, [[Tar-Ciryatan]].
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Tar-Minastir abdicated in 1869 and was succeeded by his son, [[Tar-Ciryatan]].
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|list=11th [[King of Númenor]]<br><code>II</code> 1731 – 1869
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[[Category:Númenóreans]]
 
[[Category:Númenóreans]]
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[[Category:Rulers of Númenor]]

Revision as of 19:35, 10 June 2006

Tar-Minastir (Second Age 1474 – 1873, aged 399 years) was the 11th King of Númenor, ruling for 178 years, from Second Age 1731 to 1869. He succeeded his aunt, Queen Tar-Telperiën. Tar-Minastir was the grandson of King Tar-Súrion. His name means "Tower Watcher", perhaps signifying "The Vigilant".

Sauron invaded Eriador from Calenardhon in 1695 and realms of Eregion fell. Sauron advanced to Lindon and besieged Rivendell. In 1700 Tar-Minastir sent a navy under the command of Ciryatur to save Lindon. Ciryatur's forces stopped Sauron's army at the river Gwathló; reinforcements from Lindon and Tharbad helped defeat Sauron at the Battle of Gwathló. Sauron then retreated back to Mordor.

Starting around the 1800s, Númenóreans began establishing permanent settlements in Middle-earth, including Umbar.

Tar-Minastir abdicated in 1869 and was succeeded by his son, Tar-Ciryatan.

Preceded by:
Tar-Telperiën
11th King of Númenor
II 1731 – 1869
Followed by:
Tar-Ciryatan