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The Lords of Andúnië were the rulers of the region of Andustar in Númenor.


The Lords of Andúnië, named for their ancestral home of Andúnië, were descended from Silmariën, daughter and oldest child of Tar-Elendil the fourth King of Númenor. The laws of Númenor at that time would not allow her to rule as queen, so she wedded Elatan of Andúnië and took up residence there. Their son Valandil would be named the first Lord of Andúnië in about the seventh century of the Second Age.

Throughout the Second Age, the Lords of Andúnië became leaders of The Faithful, or Elf-friends, as they remained friends with the Elves and faithful to the Valar. This was despite opposition and eventually persecution from the King's Men.

At the end of the Second Age, Númenor's estrangement from the Elves and the Valar under the evil guidance of Sauron corrupted Númenórean society. Seeking pardon of the Valar for the wickedness of the Númenóreans, Amandil the Faithful, Lord of Andúnië, sailed into the west but was never heard of again.

His son Elendil, the last Lord of Andúnië, did not join Ar-Pharazôn's grand armada to attack Valinor, and instead fled with his sons Isildur and Anárion and many of the Faithful to Middle-earth, where they founded the lines of the Kings of Gondor and Arnor.

Elendil brought with him the Sceptre of Andúnië, the instrument of his lordship, which became a hereditary emblem of royal authority in Arnor, along with the Ring of Barahir. It later became known as the Sceptre of Annúminas and by the Third Age thought to be the oldest artifact made by Men in Middle-earth.


Foreign Language Translated name
Basque Anduniëko jaunek
Catalan Senyor d'Andúnië
Chinese 领主安督尼埃
Czech Páni Andúnië
Dutch Heren van Andúnië
Finnish Andúniën ruhtinaat
French Seigneurs d'Andunië
German Fürsten von Andúnië
Hebrew שרי אנדונייה
Italian Signori di Andúnië
Japanese アンドゥーニエ


Latin Domini Andúnië
Polish Książęta Andúnië
Portuguese Senhores do Andunië
Russian Лордов Андуниэ
Slovak Pánov Andúnië
Slovenian Gospodarji Andúnië
Spanish Señores de Andúnië
Thai ขุนนางอันดูนิเอ
Turkish Andunie lordlarının
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