Chieftain of the North
- / ChieftainThe leader of the Northern Dúnedain.The line of the descendants of Arvedui, the last King of Arthedain. From Arvedui's son Aranarth to Aragorn II, who reclaimed the throne of Gondor for the Northern Line, there were sixteen Chieftains of the North.
J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth glossary. MueRTe. 2003.
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