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  A Hobbit's ...
But during an attack of Orcs, Haldad became the leader.
Haldad, and also his son Haldar (see below), were slain by Orcs, but his daughter Haleth (see below) took up the leadership and led the Haladin into the Forest of Brethil.
He guarded the nothern borders of Lórien and led the Fellowship of the Ring to Caras Galadhon.
www.warofthering.net /ahobbitstale/tolkien/tolkien_encyclopedia_h.htm   (1187 words)

  
  House of Haleth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
They were the descendants of Haldad, but the house was named after Haldad's daughter Haleth, who led her people from East Beleriand to Brethil.
The Haladin were ruled by a Haldad, a descendant of Haldar brother of Haleth, but they formed a lose alliance of clans rather than a strong nation as the other Edain.
The Haldad was in charge of a council of elders, which took decisions for the entire people.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/House_of_Haleth   (463 words)

  
 Haldad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Haldad was the father of the twins Haldar and Haleth, and grandfather of Haldan.
When Morgoth sent Orcs to attack the Haladin, Haldad, being a wise leader, a brave warrior and a masterful man, organized the survivors and lead them to the Angle between Ascar and Gelion, where they built a stockade.
The Orcs besieged them in the stockade, and during a sortie, Haldad was slain by the Orcs, as was his son Haldar while trying to protect his Father's body from defilement by the Orcs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Haldad   (146 words)

  
 haldad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Haldad is as fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth, and the symbolic first chief of the Haladin.
When Morgoth sent Orcss to attack the Haladin, Haldad, being a wise leader, a brave warrior and a masterful man, organized the survivors and lead them to the Angle between Ascar and Gelion, where they built a stockade.
The Orcs beseiged them in the stockade, and during a sortie, Haldad was slain by the Orcs, as was his son Haldar while trying to protect his Father's body from defilement by the Orcs.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /haldad.html   (190 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Haldad
Haldad was the father of the twins Haldar and Haleth, and grandfather of Haldan.
In Haldad's time, the Haladin, then dwelling in Thargelion, had no chieftain, and did not serve any of the Royal Families of the Noldor.
The Orcs besieged them in the stockade, and during a sortie, Haldad was slain by the Orcs, as was his son Haldar while trying to protect his father's body from defilement by the Orcs.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Haldad   (179 words)

  
 Middle-earth Mythology - Haldad
The twins Haldar and Haleth born in Eriador.
But Haldad gathered all the brave and valiant men of the Haladins in Thargelion and they builded a stockade in the Southern woods of Thargelion in the angle of river Ascar and Gelion where they gathered women and children trying to defend themselves against the Orcs.
Haldad was slain in a sortie against the Orcs and his son Haldar was slain trying to rescue his dead body.
www.realgoodwin.com /middle-earth/character.php?id=871&Specie=   (166 words)

  
 LotR Fanatics Library: The Folk of Haleth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Haldad retreated his people in the angle of land between Ascar and Gelion, building a stockade across from water to water.
And there they were besieged until their food ran out, and Haldad was killed in a sortie against the Orcs--his son Haldar being slain alongside him.
Then Haleth, daughter of Haldad and twin sister of Haldar, held her people together against the assault until Lord Caranthir came with his host and defeated the Orcs.
www.lotrlibrary.com /racesofarda/haladin.asp   (1067 words)

  
 Haldad of the Haladin : The stars are strange to him. The trees,
Haldad of the Haladin : The stars are strange to him.
The trees, the very ground itself...they speak with the passing of the ages.
The Haladin are gone, and Haldad walks a path alone.
www.greatestjournal.com /users/haldad/722.html   (261 words)

  
 Welcome to Brethil (Beleriand MUSH)
Led by Haldad they retreated to Ascar and Gelion where they built a stockade and were beseiged until they were resuced by Caranthir.
In the year 370 FA, the survivors were lead by Haleth to Estolad, then moved on past the dangerous land of Nan Dungortheb to Talath Dirnen and finally Brethil which was granted by Thingol of Doriath, after he was persuaded by Finrod Felagund, on the condition that they defend the Crossing of Teiglin.
From Haldad down to Brandir the Lame, the House of Haleth is closely tied to both the First and Third Houses of the Edain.
www.geocities.com /forestofbrethil/haleth.htm   (1003 words)

  
 Council of Elrond :: Lord of the Rings News and Information
Haldad gathered all that he could of his people and led them to an angle of land between Ascar and the river Gelion.
Haldad had twin children, Haldar a son and Haleth a daughter.
Finally Haldad was slain and as his son, Haldar ran out to save his father, he too was killed.
www.councilofelrond.com /modules.php?op=modload&name=Sections&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=148   (1131 words)

  
 Movement III: Requiem (I)
Haldad did not try to stop them, for he knew that they needed to speak their minds to one another in this.
Haldar might have been indignant that a mere armsmaster dared to speak to Haldad’s heir thus, but Haleth smiled as if she were a small child and someone had told her that she was a good girl.
Her mouth dropped open and Haldad shut it with a chuckle, but there was a faint kernel of sorrow and bitterness in his mirth.
valarguild.org /varda/Tolkien/encyc/fiction/ZHalethsSong/Haleth10.htm   (2054 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/House of Haleth
They were the descendants of Haldad, but the house was named after Haldad's daughter Haleth, who led her people from East Beleriand to Brethil.
The Haladin were ruled by a Haldad, a descendant of Haldar brother of Haleth, but they formed a lose alliance of clans rather than a strong nation as the other Edain.
The Haldad was in charge of a council of elders, which took decisions for the entire people.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/House_of_Haleth   (482 words)

  
 Haldan at AllExperts
His father is Haldar, son of Haldad and brother of Haleth.
Haldad had become leader of the Haladin and had gathered them between Ascar and Gelion in Thargelion when they had been attacked by Orcs.
Haldad and Haldar his son were both killed, but Haldad's daughter Haleth had managed to hold the Haladin together till they were saved by Caranthir, Fëanor's son.
en.allexperts.com /e/h/ha/haldan.htm   (244 words)

  
 Húrin
Húrin continued to the forest of Brethil where his son and daughter had died, and met his wife Morwen there at their grave, just before she, too, died.
In anger and despair he sought out the Haladin, blaming them for the death of his wife and children, and caused a revolt that killed the last Haladin from the house of Haldad.
Húrin met up again with the outlaws, and together with a few of the Haladin they went to Nargothrond, where Húrin killed the Petty-dwarf Mîm who had claimed the treasure of Glaurung, earning a curse on the gold.
www.starrepublic.org /encyclopedia/wikipedia/h/hu/hurin.html   (820 words)

  
 The History of the House of Haladin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The survivors, led by Haldad, retreated to the angle of land between Ascar and Gelion, where they built a stockade and were besieged.
Haldad had twin children, Haleth his daughter, and Haldar his son.
In the fighting, Haldad was slain in a sortie against the Orcs, and Haldar was slain trying to rescue his father.
www.neosoft.com /genesis/info/gondor/haladin.html   (412 words)

  
 Movement I: Melodies and Harmonies
But even when he entered and waited for Haldad to speak, he did not, and Malron knew that it was a very bad sign.
Haldad suddenly stopped his pacing and wheeled around to face Malron.
Haldad simply inclined his head in acknowledgement, much as the armsmaster had to Haleth.
valarguild.org /varda/Tolkien/encyc/fiction/ZHalethsSong/Haleth3.htm   (660 words)

  
 Men (Middle-earth) article - Men (Middle-earth) J. R. R. Tolkien Middle-earth Hobbit Lord the Rings humanity - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The First House of the Edain was the House of Bëor, and entered Beleriand in 305 T.A. and were granted the fief of Ladros in Dorthonion by Finrod Felagund.
The Second House of the Edain, the Haladin was led by Haldad and later by his daughter Haleth and settled in the Forest of Brethil.
The Third House, which became the greatest, was led by Marach and later his descendant Hador, and they settled in Dor-lómin.
www.what-means.com /encyclopedia/Atani   (1706 words)

  
 TolkienWiki: Haladin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Melkor, seeking to prevent by force the union of the Eldar with this new race, sent a force of orcs to destroy the Haladin.
A man named Haldad gathered all the people he could and retreated to the piece of land between the Ascar and Gelion, building a stockade to protect the women and children.
Haldad and his son Haldar were slain by the orcs, but his daughter Haleth held the people together for seven more days.
www.thetolkienwiki.org /wiki.cgi?Haladin   (308 words)

  
 Haldad - Tolkien Gateway
He gathered what remnant he could of his people, and built a defensive stockade between the rivers Gelion and Ascar, south of Sarn Athrad.
Haldad led a sortie against the attacking Orcs, and was slain; his son Haldar rushed to recover his father's body, and was slain in turn.
Haldad's death was not in vain; Haldad's daughter Haleth led the Haladin through another week of starvation and seige until Caranthir's army appeared out of the north, and drove the attacking Orcs to their deaths.
tolkiengateway.net /wiki/Haldad   (205 words)

  
 Haladin - BookwormSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
When Morgoth sent his armies of orcs against the Haladin, Haldad gathered many men and traveled to the area of land between the Ascar and the Gelion.
A man named Haldad gathered all the people he could and retreated to the piece of land between the Ascar and Gelion, building a stockade to protect the women and children.
By the time that Men first entered the records of the Elves in Beleriand (see The Silmarillion) the Men who entered Beleriand were already split into three houses: The House of Beor The House of Hador The Haladin These three were commonly called the Edain (Sindarin).
www.bookwormsearch.com /topics/Haladin   (1598 words)

  
 People of Brethil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Their chieftain; the Haladin, was chosen from the descendants of Haldad, out of reverence of the deeds of Haleth and Haldar and the mastership was given as a Lordship or Kingdom to the eldest of the eldest line but the folk had the right to set anyone aside or to remove him for grave cause.
The title of the Chieftains of Brethil should not be Lord or Master, they were elected from the family of Haldad; called the Haladin, and that means "Wardens" For the stem Hal(a) in the old tongue of Bëor`s house and of Haldad`s was used for a Watch and / or Guard.
Halad was a warden and Haldad meant watchdog, so the elected Chieftain simply held the title Haladin.
www.annalsofarda.dk /annals-of-arda/Misc/People-of-Brethil.htm   (180 words)

  
 Haldad
Haldad était un Homme appartenant au peuple des Haladins, la seconde tribu humaine qui pénétra le Beleriand.
Lors de cet assaut, ce fut Haldad qui rassembla des Hommes pour lutter contre les Orques.
Pourtant Haldad fut tué lors d'une ruée sur les Orques.
www.lesannalesdevalinor.com /persohaldad.php   (204 words)

  
 Haleth - Tolkien Gateway
Haleth "the Hunter" (First Age 341 – 420, aged 79 years) was the daughter of Haldad and twin sister of Haldar.
In time she became leader of the Haladin, one of the Three Houses of the Edain.
While her father had been elected Chief of his people, the Haladin chose to establish a ruling line from the descendents of Haldad.
tolkiengateway.net /wiki/Haleth   (320 words)

  
 Entmoot - CH. 17: "Of the Coming of Men into the West"
But Haldad, a masterful and fearless man, gathered brave men about him and lead them to the point where Ascar and Gelion meet and built a stockade connecting the two rivers.
Haldad’s children included Haleth his daughter and Haldar his son who were twins.
During the fighting Haldad was slain by the orcs and Haldar rushed to save his body from being butchered, but was himself struck down.
www.tolkientrail.com /entmoot/showthread.php?mode=hybrid&t=9750   (6784 words)

  
 Home of Aelfwynn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The survivors were led by Haleth, daughter of Haldad, and her kin.
Haldad led us when we held out in a stockade until the Noldor saved us.
The last Haldad leader descended from Haldar was killed by Túrin, who was calling himself Turambar.
www.panhistoria.com /Stacks/Novels/Character_Homes/home.php?CharID=13824   (1921 words)

  
 Middle-earth Mythology - Haleth
Haldad (Haleth's father) united the people together and retreated to an "angle of land between [the rivers] Ascar and Gelion" where he built a stockade.
When Haldad and Haldar (her brother) were killed, Haleth assumed charge.
He then offered Haleth protection under his kingdom, but she and her people were proud and refused to be governed.
www.realgoodwin.com /middle-earth/character.php?id=189&Specie=   (238 words)

  
 Haldad - Enciclopédia de Valinor
Até aquele momento, os Haladin não tinham nenhum líder, mas com o ataque dos orcs, Haldad assumiu o papel.
Haldad conduziu seus homens em uma investida contra os orcs, e foi morto; o filho Haldar apressou-se para recuperar o corpo do pai, e também pereceu.
A morte de Haldad não foi em vão; a filha Haleth, a Valente comandou os Haladin por uma semana de fome e sítio, até que o exército de Caranthir apareceu vindo do norte, atacando os orcs que haviam transposto a paliçada.
enciclopedia.valinor.com.br /Haldad   (182 words)

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