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Encyclopedia > King of Rohan

This is a list of kings of Rohan from the fictional universe of Middle-earth by J. R. R. Tolkien. All dates are in the Third Age, except where noted.

First Line
1. Eorl the Young, son of Léod 2510 – 2545
2. Brego 2545 – 2570
3. Aldor the Old 2570 – 2645
4. Fréa 2645 – 2659
5. Fréawine 2659 – 2680
6. Goldwine 2680 – 2699
7. Déor 2699 – 2718
8. Gram 2718 – 2741
9. Helm Hammerhand 2741 – 2759
Helm's two sons were killed by the Dunlendings during the Long Winter. His nephew, Fréaláf Hildeson, became the first king of the second line.
 
Second Line
10. Fréaláf Hildeson 2759 – 2798
11. Brytta Léofa 2798 – 2842
12. Walda 2842 – 2851
13. Folca the Hunter 2851 – 2864
14. Folcwine 2864 – 2903
15. Fengel 2903 – 2953
16. Thengel 2953 – 2980
17. Théoden Ednew 2980 – 3019
Théoden's only son, Théodred, was slain at First Battle of the Fords of Isen. His nephew, Éomer, became the first King of the third line.
 
Third Line
17. Éomer Éadig 3019 – 63 F.A.
17. Elfwine 63 F.A. – ?


See also: House of Eorl


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Rohan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1949 words)
Rohan is the territory of the Rohirrim, a people of herdsmen and some farmers on the northern borders of Gondor in Middle-earth.
Conceptualized as the "Horse kings of Rohan" allied with Mordor in early drafts of 1939, the Rohirrim took their final form in 1942 when the text of the Lord of the Rings was completed to about one third.
Rohan has gone through great lengths to fulfil their part of the treaty including sacrificing two of its heirs when Gondor was under threat from the Haradrim in 2885, when Fastred and Folcred, the twin sons of King Folcwine, were killed during the Battle of Crossings of Poros.
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