Before the coming of Men into the west, the Ñoldor lords Angrod and Aegnor, sons of Finarfin, ruled Dorthonion. As the land of Dor-lómin was given to the House of Hador, so was Ladros given to the House of Bëor. Boromir son of Boron, grandson of Bëor became the first Lord of Ladros. He was succeeded by his son Bregor, and he by his son Bregolas. Bregolas fell during the Dagor Bragollach, and Barahir son of Bregor would have been Lord of Ladros. He never regained his lands, though, as Morgoth's forces swept through them after the Bragollach.
The last remnant of Bëor's folk dwelt in the Highlands of Dorthonion after Morgoth conquered them, led by Barahir. Eventually they were worsted and only one, Beren Camlost son of Barahir (who would in turn have been Lord of Ladros), escaped to continue the battle against Morgoth.
|Foreign Language||Translated name|
|Chinese (Hong Kong)||拉德羅斯|
|Danish||Ladros ("Støvregnens Land")|
|Kazakh||Ладрос (Cyrillic) Ladros (Latin)|
|Serbian||Ладрос (Cyrillic) Ladros (Latin)|
|Amon Ereb • Brethil • Dor-lómin • Estolad • Ladros • Rhûn • Harad • Eriador|
|Arnor • Dunland • Gondor • Harad • Númenor • Rhûn • Umbar • Eriador|
|Arnor (later split into Arthedain, Cardolan, and Rhudaur) • Rohan • City of Dale (later became a Kingdom) • Dunland • Lake-town (later part of the Kingdom of Dale) • Gondor • Harad • Khand • Kingdom of Rhovanion • Rhûn • Umbar • Vales of Anduin • Greenwood the Great • Eriador|
|Kingdom of Dale • Dunland • Harad • Núrn • Reunited Kingdom of Gondor and Arnor • Rohan • Rhûn • Eryn Lasgalen • Khand • Eriador • Rhovanion • Vales of Anduin|