Tag: Noldor

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  • Galadriel

    When a fourth child was born to Finarfin, prince of the Noldor, and Eärwen, princess of the Teleri, her father named her Artanis, which is "noble woman". She was unusually tall and strong as she grew, and so Eärwen’s name for her was Nerwen, "man-maiden". …

  • Gil-Galad

    Ereinion Gil-galad is the sixth and perhaps last High King of the Noldor. He was still a child at the time of the Dagor Bragollach when Morgoth broke the Siege of Angband. As a result his father, Orodreth, sent him (and his mother) to Círdan at the Havens …

  • Celebrimbor

    Celebrimbor was the son of Curufin, fifth son of Fëanor. Aside from his grandfather, Celebrimbor was the greatest craftsman in the history of Middle-Earth. He fled to Nargothrond after the Dagor Bragollach. However, he took no part in the deeds of Curufin …

  • Elrond

    His parents were Eärendil and Elwing. He is thus Half-elven: Eärendil was the child of the mortal Tuor and the elf Idril, while Elwing was the grandchild of Beren (a Man) and Lúthien (daughter of the Elf-king Thingol and the Maia Melian). Consequently, …

  • Finwë Ñoldóran

    The first King of the Noldor, who led his Elven people on the journey from Middle-Earth to Valinor in the blessed realm of Aman. He was a great friend of Elu Thingol, the King of Doriath. Alone Finwë had the courage to stand before the horror of the …