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Dates
Settled in Brethil in the early Fourth Century of the First Age; survivors of this People travelled to Númenor at the end of that Age
Location
Dwelt in the Forest of Brethil
Origins
Members of the Second House of the Edain who travelled into West Beleriand
Race
Division
Family
Led by the House of Haleth
Settlements
Pronunciation
Haleth is pronounced 'ha'leth'
Meaning
The meaning of Haleth is uncertain, but possibly derives from Old English 'warrior' or 'hero' (see note 3 to the entry for Haleth)
Other names

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Map of the journey of the Haladin

The long journey of the Folk of Haleth from Thargelion into the Forest of Brethil.

The long journey of the Folk of Haleth from Thargelion into the Forest of Brethil.

A name given to the Haladin, the Second House of the Edain, after Haleth the daughter of Haldad led them to dwell in the Forest of Brethil.


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