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Gondor was founded in II 3320, and continued into the Fourth Age
Dúnedain, and others
Ruled throughout their earlier history by the House of Anárion, followed by the Ruling Stewards of the House of Húrin; at the end of the Third Age the House of Isildur was restored to the throne
Gondor is pronounced 'go'ndorr'
Gondor means 'Stone-land'
Other names


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Men of Gondor

The people of the South-kingdom

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The Men who dwelt in Gondor and defended the western World from Sauron, in part descended from Elendil and his followers, who founded Gondor after the Downfall of Númenor.

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