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The Men of Númenor in Middle-earth

A term used in Middle-earth for the Men of Númenor and (especially) their descendants in Arnor and Gondor after the Downfall in II 3319.



Not all the Dúnedain in Middle-earth were descended from the followers of Elendil. Others had settled there independently before the Downfall, and later allied themselves with the founders of the Kingdoms of the Dúnedain. The ancestors of the Princes of Dol Amroth were among the most prominent of these.

See also...

Akallabêth, Aman, Amlaith of Fornost, Amon Tirith, Andúnië, Angmar, Annúminas, Arador, Araglas, Aragorn Elessar, Arahad I, Arahad II, Arahael, Aranarth, Aranuir, [See the full list...]

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