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The '''Mearas''' were a breed of wild [[horse]]s in the north of [[Middle-earth]] in the [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] [[legendarium]]. Their [[mortality]] is equal to Men and their intelligence and [[strength]] are extraordinary.
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The '''Mearas''' were a breed of wild [[horse]]s in the north of [[Middle-earth]]. Their mortality is equal to Men and their intelligence and strength are extraordinary.
They descend from [[#Felaróf|Felaróf]], who was tamed by the first [[Kings of Rohan|King of Rohan]], [[Eorl]]. Ever since, they have been the mounts of the King and Princes of Rohan alone. During the War of the Ring, however, [[Gandalf| Gandalf the Grey]] tamed [[#Shadowfax|Shadowfax]], lord of the Mearas at the end of the [[Third Age]].
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They descend from [[Felaróf]], who was tamed by the first [[Kings of Rohan|King of Rohan]], [[Eorl]]. Ever since, they have been the mounts of the King and Princes of Rohan alone. During the War of the Ring, however, [[Gandalf| Gandalf the Grey]] tamed [[#Shadowfax|Shadowfax]], lord of the Mearas at the end of the [[Third Age]].

Revision as of 18:21, June 2, 2006

The Mearas were a breed of wild horses in the north of Middle-earth. Their mortality is equal to Men and their intelligence and strength are extraordinary. They descend from Felaróf, who was tamed by the first King of Rohan, Eorl. Ever since, they have been the mounts of the King and Princes of Rohan alone. During the War of the Ring, however, Gandalf the Grey tamed Shadowfax, lord of the Mearas at the end of the Third Age.

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