This article is about the king of Durin's Folk. For the member of Thorin and Company, see Glóin.

Glóin was a dwarf, the son of Thorin I and King of Durin's Folk. Glóin had one son, Óin.


He along with his father left the Lonely Mountain for the Grey Mountains in TA 2210, which became the kingdom of the dwarves for many years afterward. Glóin became king after his father died in TA 2289. Glóin was succeeded after his death by his son Óin.[1]

King of Durin's Folk
Preceded by
Thorin I
Glóin (King of Durin's Folk) Succeeded by
TA 2289 - TA 2385


  1. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A: Annals of the Kings and Rulers, III: Durin's Folk
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