Finarfin

Finarfin is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, featured in The Silmarillion.

Read more about Finarfin:  Personality, Family, Earlier Versions, Eventual Fate

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House Of Finwë - House of Finarfin
... Finarfin married Eärwen of the Teleri in Y.T ... Tirion to lead the Noldor out of Aman, Finarfin tried to calm and persuade the Noldor to stay, but his sons and daughter had a strong desire to rule lands of ... Resigned, Finarfin began the journey to Middle-earth with his people ...
Finduilas - Aftermath
... The House of Finarfin Finwë Indis Olwë Fingolfin Finarfin Eärwen Finrod Angrod Aegnor Galadriel Celeborn Orodreth Elrond Celebrían Orodreth is sometimes described as the son ...
Edrahil - Earlier Versions
... edition of The Lord of the Rings, the name Finrod was given to the character later known as Finarfin ... Finrod Felagund House of Finarfin Born Years of the Trees 468 FA Preceded by None Kingship established King of Nargothrond Succeeded by Orodreth Preceded by None Kingship ...
Orodreth - Other Versions of The Legendarium
... In the published version of The Silmarillion, he was the second son of Finarfin, with Finrod, Angrod, Aegnor, and Galadriel being his siblings ... The only other member of the house of Finarfin to have descendants was Orodreth's sister Galadriel, who had left Beleriand before the end of the First Age ... In the published Silmarillion, Orodreth is a son of Finarfin, with Quenya name Artanáro ...
Finarfin - Eventual Fate
... After the death of Finwë, he departed with his brothers Fëanor and Fingolfin for Middle-earth, but turned back when Mandos pronounced the Doom of the Noldor ... Finarfin became King of the residual Noldor and presumably still rules from Tirion on Túna ...