The Chronicle of Arda
Welcome to The Chronicle of Arda. This section of the site provides automated annals
for all four Ages of the Sun and Moon. For any period of Arda's history, the
Chronicle will display the events that happened in that time. Events and characters are entered into the
Chronicle as they are added to the main database: like the rest of The Encyclopedia of Arda this section of
the site is expanding all the time.
For years after III 1601 (the year of the foundation of Shire, and therefore Shire Year 1), the Chronicle will also show years by the Shire-reckoning in a second column.
You can have the Chronicle look up events for specific dates by entering one or two years in the form below.
If you enter two dates, the Chronicle will display events that happened between those two years.
If you leave one of the dates blank, the Chronicle will display events in the century around the single year you specify.
Belladonna Baggins' Time as Head of the Baggins Clan
The Third Age
|2926||1326||Birth of Hamfast Gamgee, the 'Gaffer', father of Sam Gamgee.|
|Death of Bungo Baggins, father of Bilbo Baggins.|
|2929||1329||Marriage of Arathorn and Gilraen, the parents of Aragorn.|
|2930||1330||Birth of Denethor in Minas Tirith, later to become Steward Denethor II.|
|Death of Thain Isengrim III of the Shire. He is succeeded by his brother Isumbras IV.|
|Arador is slain by hill-trolls. He is succeeded as Chieftain of the Dúnedain by his son Arathorn II.|
|2931||1331||1 March Birth of Aragorn II Elessar.|
|2932||1332||Birth of Halfred of Overhill, youngest child of Roper Gamgee.|
|Likely date of accession of Imrahil's grandfather, Angelimir, the twentieth Prince of Dol Amroth.|
|2933||1333||Birth of Paladin Took, later Thain Paladin II and father to Peregrin Took.|
|Death of Aragorn's father Arathorn II. Aragorn is fostered by Elrond at Rivendell under the name Estel.|
|2934||1334||Death of Belladonna Took, mother of Bilbo Baggins.|
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