Aegnor – The son of Finarfin and elder brother of Galadriel, lost in the Dagor Bragollach.
Amarië – The Silmarillion tells us almost nothing about Amarië, but a few more fragments of information can be gleaned from The Grey Annals in volume 11 of The History of Middle-earth. It seems that she…Read more
Amdír – According to some sources, the father of Amroth and King of Lórien during the Second Age. He was killed in the Battle of Dagorlad at the end of that Age.
Amras – With his twin brother Amrod, youngest of the seven Sons of Fëanor. He dwelt in the wide plains of East Beleriand.
Amrod – With his twin brother Amras, the youngest of the seven Sons of Fëanor. In Aman, with their five brothers, they took the Oath to recover the Silmarils from Morgoth, and followed their father back to… Read more
Amroth – A former Lord of Lórien; he went into the south in search of Nimrodel, and was lost at sea. After his departure, Celeborn and Galadriel became Lord and Lady of Lórien.
Celeborn – An Elf of Doriath, who met with Galadriel daughter of Finarfin after the Return of the Noldor to Middle-earth, and wedded her. They became Lordand Lady of Lórien during the Third Age.
Celegorm – Celegorm the Fair was the third of the seven sons of Fëanor. The most ambitious of the seven, he followed the oath of his father with the greatest ardour, and this led him to his destruction. In Valinor,… Read more
Eärendil – Long before his birth, the coming of Eärendil had been foreseen by the Eldar. Voronwë reported a prophecy that one day a messenger would emerge who could make the crossing of the Great Sea into…Read more
Eärwen – A Telerin elf-maiden, daughter of Olwë, who wedded Finarfin the son of Finwë. She was the mother of both Finrod Felagund and Galadriel.
Edrahil – An Elf of Nargothrond, one of the ten who remained loyal to Finrod Felagund at the time he set out with Beren on the Quest of the Silmaril.
Elemmakil – A Noldorin Elf, the captain of those who guarded the outer entranceway to Gondolin. The secret path to that great city led through a cavern in the wall of a Dry River to the Gate of Wood, the First… Read more
Elemmírë – A Vanyarin Elf, famed for creating a lament for the Darkening of Valinor, the Aldudénië. At the time of Melkor’s assault on the Two Trees, the Vanyar and other Elves of Valinor were celebrating…Read more
Elenwë – The wife of Turgon and mother of Idril Celebrindal; she was lost in the crossing of the Helcaraxë as the Noldor returned to Middle-earth.
Ereinion Gil-Galad – Sixth and last of the High Kings of the Noldor. The only son of High King Fingon, Gil-galad was born in Beleriand late in the First Age, and was still a child at the time of the Dagor Bragollach; his…Read more
Fëanor – The eldest son of Finwë, and half-brother to Fingolfin and Finarfin, Fëanor was accounted the greatest of the Deep Elves. He burned with a fiery spirit, from which he…Read more
Finwë – The first High King of the Noldor, and father to the three royal houses of that people. Finwë awoke with the first Elves at Cuiviénen, the Water of Awakening. When the Valar summoned the Elves… Read more
Galadriel – One of the greatest of all the Eldar, described as second only in power to Fëanor himself, and said to surpass even Fëanor in wisdom. Not only among the mightiest of the Noldor, she was also… Read more
Gildor Inglorion – A High Elf of Noldorin origin, met by Frodo, Pippin and Sam as they set out on their journey to take the Ring to Rivendell.
Orodreth – The son of Finarfin and younger brother to Finrod Felagund; he ruled in Nargothrond after Finrod was lost in the dungeons of Tol-in-Gaurhoth.
Oropher – According to some sources, the father of Thranduil and grandfather of Legolas, who ruled a great realm of Silvan Elves in Greenwood the Great…Read more
Rúmil Of Lórien – One of the border-guards of Lórien encountered by the Fellowship of the Ring as they fled fromMoria. He was perhaps named for the more famous Rúmil, the inventor of writing.