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Thráin I

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'''Thráin I''' (ruled 209 years, [[Third Age]] 1981 – 2190) was the son of [[Náin I]] and King of [[Durin's folk]]. His father was slain by a [[Durin's Bane|Balrog]] and the [[Dwarves]] of [[Khazad-dûm]] driven from the home. Thráin led a portion of his people east to [[Lonely Mountain]], were he became the first [[King under the Mountain]]. He was succeeded by his son [[Thorin I]].
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'''Thráin I''' (ruled 209 years, [[Third Age]] 1981 – 2190) was the son of [[Náin I]] and King of [[Durin's folk]]. His father was slain by a [[Durin's Bane|Balrog]] and the [[Dwarves]] of [[Khazad-dûm]] driven from the home. Thráin led a portion of his people east to [[Lonely Mountain]], were he became the first [[King under the Mountain]]. Among the riches he found there was the fabled [[Arkenstone]]. He was succeeded by his son [[Thorin I]].
 
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Revision as of 17:21, 19 May 2006

Thráin I (ruled 209 years, Third Age 1981 – 2190) was the son of Náin I and King of Durin's folk. His father was slain by a Balrog and the Dwarves of Khazad-dûm driven from the home. Thráin led a portion of his people east to Lonely Mountain, were he became the first King under the Mountain. Among the riches he found there was the fabled Arkenstone. He was succeeded by his son Thorin I.

Preceded by:
Náin I
Kings of Durin's folk Followed by:
Thorin I
Preceded by:
none
King under the Mountain Followed by:
Thorin I