Kingdoms of the Dúnedain

 / Kingdoms of the Dunedain
   The realms of the Exiles of Númenor.
   The two great and ancient kingdoms of Middle-earth founded in the last years of the Second Age by Elendil and his sons: Arnor the North-kingdom and Gondor the South-kingdom.

J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. . 2003.

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