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In J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional universe of Middle-earth he was the ninth King of Gondor.

He was the son and successor of Rómendacil I and came young to the throne of Gondor.

He avenged the death of his father by conquering large parts of Rhovanion from the Easterlings. He was the longest reigning king since Meneldil

He ruled for 126 years and was succeeded in 667 T.A. by his son Atanatar I

Preceded by:
Rómendacil I
Gondorian kings Followed by:
Atanatar I