In the world of the Ground of the Medium of J.R.R. Tolkien, Ereinion , called Gil-galad (what means “light of stars” in Sindarin), is a prince Elfe.
After the death of Turgon, it was the last large king of Ground Noldor of the Medium and remained with the Lindon after the end of the First Age. Chief with Elendil of the Last Alliance of Human and the Elves, it was killed with Elendil as a combatant Sauron.
The ascent of Gil-galad
The genealogy of Gil-galad is not clear and changed many times during the life of Tolkien. In the version published of the Silmarillion , Gil-galad is a Noldo the son of Fingon, wire of Fingolfin. This version seems to have been very transitory and Christopher Tolkien repudiates it. The most recent version of Tolkien makes of them the son of Orodreth, itself nephew of Finrod, which would give a family tree of the type:
One will refer to the external bonds for a complete explanation.
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