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Arnor is the territory of Middle-earth associated with the High Kings of the line of Elendilthe kingship of which was restored at the crowning of Elessar Aragorn after the War of the Ring at the start of the Fourth Age.
It included Bree and the region which would later be known as the Shire. History[ edit ] Arnor was founded near the end of the Second Age S. Only his youngest son, Valandilsurvived: For several centuries, Arnor's rulers styled themselves High King, following the precedent of Elendil, who ruled Assault on fornost essay directly while holding suzerainty over Gondor; the rulers of Gondor, by contrast, were merely styled King.
Nevertheless, Valandil and his successors never made any serious attempt to assert their overlordship in Gondor; after the death of Isildur, the two realms developed as equal and independent states.
Decline[ edit ] With the victory of the War of the Last AllianceArnor's power was apparently at its zenith. The first few centuries of the Third Age were relatively uneventful, but it seems that Arnor's population gradually began to dwindle even in this early period.
The eldest son, Amlaithclaimed Kingship over all Arnor but was reduced to ruling only the region of Arthedain as his kingdom, while the other sons founded the kingdoms of Cardolan and Rhudaur. The three kingdoms had frequent border skirmishes over boundary disputes, but the relationship of Arthedain and Cardolan remained relatively peaceful.
Many evil men, orcs, and other fell creatures gathered there with the intent of destroying the realm of Arnor. Since Gondor was still strong, the Witch-king came north to destroy Arnor instead. Rhudaur became a vassal of Angmar and an enemy of Cardolan and Arthedain.
Angmar annexed and terminated the kingdom in T. Constant battle with Angmar began to wear down the forces of Arthedain, while Cardolan as an independent entity came to an end shortly after invasion by Angmar in The Kings of Arthedain reclaimed the name of Arnor when the line of Elendil became extinct in Cardolan and Rhudaur, and in token of this chose names using the prefix Ar a ; but this kingdom was only a small rump of the large and powerful realm of Arnor before its division.
At this time no help could be sent from Gondor as it was under attack by the Wainriderseven after a re-establishment of relations with the wedding of Arnor's King Arvedui to Gondor 's King Ondoher's daughter.
Gondor refused Arvedui's claim to joint kingship of Arnor and Gondor, and Arnor continued to stand alone against Angmar. Arthedain was finally destroyed in T.
The next year, in the Battle of Fornosta coalition of Elves, forces of Gondor, and the remainder of Arnor's armies routed the Witch-king's forces and destroyed Angmar.
Eriador was vastly depopulated by the war, and very few people remained. They became an isolated, wandering people, who defended the borders of Bree and the Shire from the perils in the wild.
This anonymously-written essay details the anger of someone who experienced sexual assault and feels the "strong survivor" narrative places the impetus on those who are raped to deal with it and. Círdan assists the kings of Arthedain in a long drawn-out attempt to destroy the Witch-king of Angmar. In the year of the Third Age, Círdan assists the valiant young Araphor son of King Arveleg in repelling the enemy from Fornost and the North Downs. Fornost Erain was the capital of Arthedain. It was located at the south end of the North Downs, about Númenórean miles north of Bree, at the northern terminus of the North-South Road.
Arthedain[ edit ] Arthedain was bounded upon the north by Forochel and the west by the Lune; upon the east by the Weather Hills and the south by the Baranduin. Cardolan and Rhudaur lay to the south and east. The kingdom's capital was Fornostand Bree was one of its important towns.
Rhudaur, aided by Angmar, attacked in T. Argeleb I died in this conflict along the Weather Hills. When this new threat came, Cardolan placed itself under the suzerainty of Arthedain, which then began to call itself Arnor again. Cardolan repeatedly sent aid to Arthedain when needed, but in T.
After Angmar's power was temporarily broken and the North Kingdom enjoyed relative peace, although its population continued to decline. Indeed, the decline was so severe that in Argeleb II r. Arthedain was not badly affected by the Great Plaguebut hostilities with Angmar resumed.
The Witch-king pressed the attack on Arthedain even more vigorously, while Gondor barely survived a massive invasion of the Wainriders T. Araphant and his successor Arvedui held out against Angmar as long as they could. But it was sent too late: Arvedui himself fled northwards and perished in a shipwreck early in T.
The combined might of Gondor, Lindon and Rivendell, together with soldiers from the former North-kingdom, routed Angmar's army at the Battle of Fornost. Though the military threat of Angmar had been destroyed, the North-kingdom was ended. The Kingdom of Arthedain had included the Shire founded in T.
The name Arthedain appears to be dialect Sindarin for "Realm of the Edain".The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that Angmar has made against Arnor. The Witch-king realizes that to destroy Arnor's defences, he must launch a direct assault on the fortress of Amon This is confirmed in an essay by Tolkien on translating The Lord of.
Círdan assists the kings of Arthedain in a long drawn-out attempt to destroy the Witch-king of Angmar. In the year of the Third Age, Círdan assists the valiant young Araphor son of King Arveleg in repelling the enemy from Fornost and the North Downs. T.A. - The Periannath (little people, hobbits) first appear in the records of Arnor.
T.A. - The kingdom of Angmar is at the very beginnings of its formation as an enemy of Arnor. T.A. - The Witch-king of Angmar invades Arnor. Fornost and Tyrn Gorthad withstand the assault, while Amon Sûl is . FOREWORD.
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