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Léod, Lord of the Éothéod, dies taming Felaróf

Event Type: Genealogical

Age: 3rd Age - The Stewards

Year: 2501

Description:
Léod was the name of Eorl's father. He was a tamer of wild horses; for there were many at that time in the land. He captured a white foal [later named Felaróf] and it grew quickly to a horse strong, and fair, and proud. No man could tame it. When Léod dared to mount it, it bore him away, and at last threw him, and Léod's head struck a rock, and so he died. He was then only two and forty years old, and his son a youth of sixteen.

The Return of the King, LoTR Appendix A, Annals of the Kings and Rulers: The House of Eorl

[Note: the date of this event was established by the combination of Eorl's birthdate and his age at the time of Léod's death:]

2485-2545
1. Eorl the Young. He was so named because he succeeded his father in youth ...

The Return of the King, LoTR Appendix A, Annals of the Kings and Rulers: The House of Eorl

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Elena Tiriel 14Aug04

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