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The divisions of Arnor
The westernmost region of the lost realm of Arnor; when that land was divided between the sons of Eärendur, Arthedain became a kingdom in its own right, and was ruled by Eärendur's eldest son Amlaith and his decendants.
Amlaith of Fornost, Angmar, Arahad I, Aranarth, Aranuir, Araphant, Araphor, Araval, Aravorn, Argeleb I, Argeleb II, Arnor, Arvegil, Arveleg I, Arveleg II, [See the full list...]Battle of Fornost, Bay of Forochel, Beleg of Arthedain, Bridge of Stonebows, Bucca of the Marish, Cardolan, Celebrindor, Celepharn, Chieftain of the Dúnedain, Chieftain of the North, Dark Plague, Dúnedain of Arnor, Emyn Uial, Fallohides, Fíriel, Fornost Erain, Great Bridge, Heir of Isildur, High King, House of Elendil, Isildurs Heir, King of Angmar, King of Arnor, King of Arthedain, King of Gondor, Kingdoms of the Dúnedain, Last-king, Lord of the Dúnedain, Lord of the Nazgûl, Lost Realm, Malbeth the Seer, Mallor, Malvegil, North-realm, Northern Kingdom, Northern Sceptre, Northern Waste, Ondoher, Palantíri, Pelendur, Periannath, Rangers, Reunited Kingdom, Shire Calendar, Shire-thain, Sons of Elrond, Star of the North Kingdom, Stone of Annúminas, Thain of the Shire, The Plague, The Shire, Third Age, Two Kingdoms, Weather Hills, Witch-king of Angmar
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