Dynasties of Middle-earth

Kings, lords and other noblemen
from the First to the Third Age

The first book published by Codex Regius this year is again an analysis of certain aspects of Middle-earth in J.R.R. Tolkien's novels. Due to the complexities of presentation, this volume is not available as an e-book but only on paper.

Which Ruling Steward of Gondor had two wives? Was Beren the One-handed an only child? How comes that Aragorn from 'The Lord of the Rings' has actually married his aunt? And were there any kings of Dale before Bard I?

"Dynasties of Middle-earth" expands on the tables, once published on Lalaith's Middle-earth Science Pages, that comprise the genealogies of the noble Mannish houses from the First to the Fourth Age of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. They are not found like that in the Appendices of 'The Lord of the Rings' or 'The Silmarillion' but spread over various sources which sometimes conflict with each other.

Available from Amazon and subsidiaries.
More essays on Middle-earth, not available in print, may be found on Lalaith's Middle-earth Science Pages.

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