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In J. R. R. Tolkien's universe of Middle-earth Telumehtar was the twenty-eighth King of Gondor.


He succeeded his father Tarondor in T.A. 1798.


His reign was largely uneventful except for the recapture by surprise of Umbar in T.A. 1810. After this event he took the title Umbardacil ("victor over Umbar").


He was succeeded by his son Narmacil II in T.A. 1850.

Preceded by:
Tarondor
Kings of Gondor Followed by:
Narmacil II

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Umbardacil - Tolkien Gateway (141 words)
In the early years of Telumehtar's reign over Gondor, his country's coasts were still prey to assaults from the Corsairs of Umbar, under the command of the descendants of Castamir.
Telumehtar resolved to put an end to these attacks, and in Third Age 1810 marshalled an assault of his own.
The Haven of Umbar was held by Gondor throughout Telumehtar's reign, but was lost soon after his death.
The Barrow-Downs Discussion Forum - Númenórean Blood Runs Black RPG (10580 words)
Telumehtar dared not touch it, a fear that he had held ever since he saw the death of the tree.
Telumehtar gave a slow nod, and all the men watched as the king walked to the center of the large room.
Telumehtar was presented with his armor, which had laid in the building for many years.
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