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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut.png Dynasty of Eldacar]] (old)
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/eldacar.png Dynasty of Eldacar]] (new)
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut.png Dynasty of Eldacar]]


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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut10.png House Anarríma]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut11.png House Curimardin]]
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Curimardin]]


Revision [4800]

Edited on 2011-10-12 01:50:00 by SampsaRydman
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Othnir]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut9.png House Alagdor]]
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Otharin]]


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Edited on 2011-08-24 03:12:59 by SampsaRydman
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~& CategoryEncyclopaedia, CategoryGondor, CategoryFamily
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~& CategoryEncyclopaedia, CategoryGondor, CategoryFamilies


Revision [4770]

Edited on 2011-08-24 03:12:14 by SampsaRydman
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut7.png House Rian]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut8.png Ornatur and Folcwalda]]
~& CategoryEncyclopaedia, CategoryGondor, CategoryFamilies
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~& CategoryEncyclopaedia, CategoryGondor


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Edited on 2011-03-10 21:13:37 by SampsaRydman
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- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_wealth.htm Wealthiest houses]]
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- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_wealth.htm Most richest houses]]


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Edited on 2011-03-10 21:11:59 by SampsaRydman
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<<//Herenya// (Fortunate, blessed). A style used by descendants of one of the 50 Númenorean patrician families who came to Gondor with Anárion. After the Great Plague and Kin-Strife, the number of extant patrician families in Gondor has declined to 33; nine families have relocated to Umbar.<<===Lists of great houses===
- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_influential.htm Most influential houses]]
- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_wealth.htm Most richest houses]]
- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_popular.htm Most popular houses]]
- [[http://www.lindefirion.net/noble_alphabetical.htm Alphabetical list]]
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<<//Herenya// (Fortunate, blessed). A style used by descendants of one of the 50 Númenorean patrician families who came to Gondor with Anárion. After the Great Plague and Kin-Strife, the number of extant patrician families in Gondor has declined to 33; nine families have relocated to Umbar.<<


Revision [3272]

Edited on 2009-09-25 16:43:21 by SampsaRydman
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[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/Ormondin_sukupuu.png Ormond Orleghîn]]
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[[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/Ormondin_sukupuu.png Ormond Orleghîn]]


Revision [3271]

Edited on 2009-09-25 16:43:05 by SampsaRydman
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[[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/Ormondin_sukupuu.png Ormond Orleghîn]]
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[[[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/Ormondin_sukupuu.png Ormond Orleghîn]]


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Edited on 2009-09-25 16:42:47 by SampsaRydman
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>>""<div class="strike">Genealogies</div>""
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut.png Dynasty of Eldacar]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut2.png Dynasty of Calimehtar]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut3.png Dynasty of Erûhil]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut5.png House Orchaldor-Eldalótë]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut5.png House Serni]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut4.png House Morvegil]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Seldorien]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Otharin]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Curimardin]]
[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/sukupuut6.png House Fëantur]]
[[[[http://lindefirion.net/charts/Ormondin_sukupuu.png Ormond Orleghîn]]
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>>======Great Families of Gondor======
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======Great Families of Gondor======


Revision [3268]

Edited on 2009-09-25 16:22:18 by SampsaRydman
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Gondorian society has a strictly hierarchical structure and a centralized authority in accordance with absolutist concepts. [[Tarondor The King]], divinely ordained by //Eru//, together with his family and court are at the tip of the social pinnacle. The local aristocracy, state functionaries, senior military officers, and large landowners are all members of the upper class. The middle class comprised the urban population of merchants, artisans and owners of medium-sized landed properties, while the populace, that is, the lower class, was made up of wage-earners and paupers, most of mixed origins.
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Gondorian society had a strictly hierarchical structure and a centralized authority in accordance with absolutist concepts. [[Tarondor The King]], divinely ordained by //Eru//, together with his family and court were at the tip of the social pinnacle. The local aristocracy, state functionaries, senior military officers, and large landowners were all members of the upper class. The middle class comprised the urban population of merchants, artisans and owners of medium-sized landed properties, while the populace, that is, the lower class, was made up of wage-earners and paupers, most of mixed origins.


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Edited on 2009-09-24 17:10:22 by SampsaRydman
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Real power is in the hands of a small landed //Dúnadan// aristocracy. Governance of the state is kept tightly controlled by a limited number of intermarrying aristocratic families. In the 17th and 18th century Third Age for instance, there are some 80 civil and 64 military noble families, a very small number for so large a state. Gondorian noble titles originated from the seignorial system that arose in the Kingdom of Gondor during second millenium of the Third Age. Originally, men of Westernesse recognized only Chieftains and Heads of the Family. Nobility was tied to race; only those who had divine blood, through descendants of Elros, were above others. Furthermore, all Númenoreans were "Kings of Men" (due to their height, longevity and strength) and deemed superior to all other human beings.
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Gondorian noble titles originated from the seignorial system that arose in the Kingdom of Gondor during second millenium of the Third Age. Originally, men of Westernesse recognized only Chieftains and Heads of the Family. Nobility was tied to race; only those who had divine blood, through descendants of Elros, were above others. Furthermore, all Númenoreans were "Kings of Men" (due to their height, longevity and strength) and deemed superior to all other human beings.


Revision [3253]

Edited on 2009-09-24 17:06:10 by SampsaRydman
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Gondorian society had a strictly hierarchical structure and a centralized authority in accordance with absolutist concepts. [[Tarondor The King]], divinely ordained by //Eru//, together with his family and court were at the tip of the social pinnacle. The local aristocracy, state functionaries, senior military officers, and large landowners were all members of the upper class. The middle class comprised the urban population of merchants, artisans and owners of medium-sized landed properties, while the populace, that is, the lower class, was made up of wage-earners and paupers, most of mixed origins.
<<//Herenya// (Fortunate, blessed). A style used by descendants of one of the 50 Númenorean patrician families who came to Gondor with Anárion. After the Great Plague and Kin-Strife, the number of extant patrician families in Gondor has declined to 33; nine families have relocated to Umbar.<<
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Gondorian society had a strictly hierarchical structure and a centralized authority in accordance with absolutist concepts. The King, divinely ordained by Eru, together with his family and court were at the tip of the social pinnacle. The local aristocracy, state functionaries, senior military officers, and large landowners were all members of the upper class. The middle class comprised the urban population of merchants, artisans and owners of medium-sized landed properties, while the populace, that is, the lower class, was made up of wage-earners and paupers, most of mixed origins.
<<Herenya (Fortunate, blessed). A style used by descendants of one of the 50 Númenorean patrician families who came to Gondor with Anárion. After the Great Plague and Kin-Strife, the number of extant patrician families in Gondor has declined to 33; nine families have relocated to Umbar.<<


Revision [3252]

Edited on 2009-09-24 17:04:15 by SampsaRydman
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Gondorian society had a strictly hierarchical structure and a centralized authority in accordance with absolutist concepts. The King, divinely ordained by Eru, together with his family and court were at the tip of the social pinnacle. The local aristocracy, state functionaries, senior military officers, and large landowners were all members of the upper class. The middle class comprised the urban population of merchants, artisans and owners of medium-sized landed properties, while the populace, that is, the lower class, was made up of wage-earners and paupers, most of mixed origins.
Gondorian noble titles originated from the seignorial system that arose in the Kingdom of Gondor during second millenium of the Third Age. Originally, men of Westernesse recognized only Chieftains and Heads of the Family. Nobility was tied to race; only those who had divine blood, through descendants of Elros, were above others. Furthermore, all Númenoreans were "Kings of Men" (due to their height, longevity and strength) and deemed superior to all other human beings.
<<Herenya (Fortunate, blessed). A style used by descendants of one of the 50 Númenorean patrician families who came to Gondor with Anárion. After the Great Plague and Kin-Strife, the number of extant patrician families in Gondor has declined to 33; nine families have relocated to Umbar.<<
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Gondorian noble titles originated from the seignorial system that arose in Kingdom of Gondor during the second millenium. Originally, men of Westernesse recognized only Chieftains and Heads of the Family. Nobility was tied to race; only those who had divine blood, through descendants of Elros, were above others. Furthermore, all Númenoreans were "Kings of Men" (due to their height, longevity and strength) and deemed superior to all other human beings.


Revision [3236]

Edited on 2009-09-23 16:59:57 by SampsaRydman
Additions:
Gondorian noble titles originated from the seignorial system that arose in Kingdom of Gondor during the second millenium. Originally, men of Westernesse recognized only Chieftains and Heads of the Family. Nobility was tied to race; only those who had divine blood, through descendants of Elros, were above others. Furthermore, all Númenoreans were "Kings of Men" (due to their height, longevity and strength) and deemed superior to all other human beings.


Revision [3235]

Edited on 2009-09-23 01:56:57 by SampsaRydman
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======Great Families of Gondor======
//See also: [[Gondor]], [[GondorGovernment Goverment]], [[GovadanGondorim Council of Gondor]], [[HerenRequain Heren Requain]]//
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======Great families of Gondor======
//See also: [[Gondor]], [[GondorGovernment Goverment]], [[GovadanGondorim Council of Gondor]]//


Revision [3233]

Edited on 2009-09-23 01:22:52 by SampsaRydman
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//See also: [[Gondor]], [[GondorGovernment Goverment]], [[GovadanGondorim Council of Gondor]]//
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See also: [[GovadanGondorim Council of Gondor]]


Revision [3232]

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