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'''Ilion''' was the father [[Ingwë]], who would later became the King of the [[Vanyar]]. He was one of the [[Minyar]], a direct descendant of [[Imin]] and [[Iminyë]] from eldest son to eldest son, being of the fifth generation.<ref>{{NM|P1xvii}}, p. 128</ref>  It is unknown if he joined the [[Great March]] or remained in [[Cuiviénen]], where he was born.
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'''Ilion''' was the father of [[Ingwë]], who would later became the King of the [[Vanyar]]. He was one of the [[Minyar]], a direct descendant of [[Imin]] and [[Iminyë]] from eldest son to eldest son, being of the fifth generation.<ref>{{NM|P1xvii}}, p. 128</ref>  It is unknown if he joined the [[Great March]] or remained in [[Cuiviénen]], where he was born.
  
 
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Ilion was the father of Ingwë, who would later became the King of the Vanyar. He was one of the Minyar, a direct descendant of Imin and Iminyë from eldest son to eldest son, being of the fifth generation.[1] It is unknown if he joined the Great March or remained in Cuiviénen, where he was born.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Carl F. Hostetter (ed.), The Nature of Middle-earth, "Part One. Time and Ageing: XVII. Generational Schemes", p. 128