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~//The old lore says that “The hands of the king are the hands of a healer,” as Ioreth reminds Gandalf, “[a]nd so the rightful king could ever be known”// (Tolkien, LOTR 3:136)
~//"How many hundreds of years needs it to make a steward a king, if the king returns not?" asked Boromir, and Denethor replied, "Few years, maybe, in other places of less royalty … In Gondor, ten thousand years would not suffice"// (Tolkien, LOTR 2:278)
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~//The old lore says that “The hands of the king are the hands of a healer,” as Ioreth reminds Gandalf, “[a]nd so the rightful king could ever be known”// ''(Tolkien, LOTR 3:136)''
~//"How many hundreds of years needs it to make a steward a king, if the king returns not?" asked Boromir, and Denethor replied, "Few years, maybe, in other places of less royalty … In Gondor, ten thousand years would not suffice"// ''(Tolkien, LOTR 2:278)''


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**//Rochben// (pl. Roechbin)** (Knight) in Gondor is a member of the privileged class of Dúnedain, //[[HerenRequain Heren Requain]]// (Equestrian Order) in High Elvish. New members may be raised to the Order, if he or she meets property qualification of 2000 Crowns (40 000 Silver Royals) and testify that three of his or her four grandparents are of undiluted //Dúnadan// blood. Members of the Order have right to sit in the ruling [[GovadanGondorim Great Council of Gondor]] (Q. //Alta Heren//, S. //Govadan Gondorim//). Membership in the Order is either for life or hereditary. A body of privileges belong to the Order, their wives and their unremarried widows, including the right to be tried by fellow peers, the right to carry a long sword in public and the right to be exempt from civil arrest. It is unlawful to sentence any //Rochben// to death, even by Royal writ.
**//Hîr/Hiril//** (Lord/Lady) is both style and title. As a style, it is used in formal speech like "Your Lordship", "Milord" or "Milady" of all members of the //Alta Heren//, holders of a dignity, wardship of a royal domain, and in colloquial speech, of all landed gentry. The Law of Gondor states that no commoner can ever be a //hîr//, unless in the rare occasion that he is appointed to such position. The name of the title can either be a place-name or a surname, for instance Arahil Curimardin, lord of Tumladen, is addressed //Arahil Hîr Tumladen//.
~//The old lore says that “The hands of the king are the hands of a healer,” as Ioreth reminds Gandalf, “[a]nd so the rightful king could ever be known”// ''(Tolkien, LOTR 3:136)''
~//"How many hundreds of years needs it to make a steward a king, if the king returns not?" asked Boromir, and Denethor replied, "Few years, maybe, in other places of less royalty … In Gondor, ten thousand years would not suffice"// ''(Tolkien, LOTR 2:278)''
<i>Hîr nin</i> (my lord)<br>
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**//Rochben// (pl. Roechbin)** (Knight) in Gondor is a member of the privileged class of Dúnedain, //[[HerenRequain Heren Requain]]// (Equestrian Order) in High Elvish. New members may be raised to the Order, if he or she meets property qualification of 2000 Crowns (40 000 Silver Royals) and testify that three of his or her four grandparents are of undiluted //Dúnadan// blood. Members of the Order have right to sit in the ruling [[GovadanGondorim Great Council of Gondor]] (Q. //Alta Heren//, S. //Govadan Gondorim//). Membership in the Order is either for life or hereditary. A body of privileges belong to the Order, their wives and their unremarried widows, including the right to be tried by fellow peers, the right to carry a long sword in public and the right to be exempt from civil arrest. It is unlawful to sentence any //Rochben// to death, even by Royal writ.
**//Hîr/Hiril//** (Lord/Lady) is both style and title. As a style, it is used in formal speech like "Your Lordship", "Milord" or "Milady" of all members of the //Alta Heren//, holders of a dignity, wardship of a royal domain, and in colloquial speech, of all landed gentry. The Law of Gondor states that no commoner can ever be a //hîr//, unless in the rare occasion that he is appointed to such position. The name of the title can either be a place-name or a surname, for instance Arahil Curimardin, lord of Tumladen, is addressed //Arahil Hîr Tumladen//.
~//The old lore says that “The hands of the king are the hands of a healer,” as Ioreth reminds Gandalf, “[a]nd so the rightful king could ever be known”// (Tolkien, LotR 3:136)
~//"How many hundreds of years needs it to make a steward a king, if the king returns not?" asked Boromir, and Denethor replied, "Few years, maybe, in other places of less royalty … In Gondor, ten thousand years would not suffice"// (Tolkien, LotR 2:278)
<i>Hîr nin</i> (my lord)<br>


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