Beren

Beren (also known as Beren Erchamion, "the One-handed", and Beren Camlost, "the Empty-handed") is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. He appears in The Silmarillion. Huan spoke to him.

Read more about BerenCharacter Overview, Concept and Creation, The Tolkien Grave, Line of The Half-elven

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Steve Beren - 2006 Election Campaign
... Beren also opposed McDermott in 2006, receiving 16% of the vote against McDermott's 79% ... In 2006, the main issues Beren's campaign focused on were victory in the war against terrorism, tough border security, limited government, and energy independence ... columnist David Postman criticized Beren's immigration stance and argued that Beren's candidacy would not "appeal to the state's most liberal congressional district." Seattle ...
List Of Middle-earth Objects - Jewellery - Ring of Barahir
... by the orcs that killed him, but were retrieved by his son Beren when he avenged his father ... Beren laid the hand to rest with the rest of his father's body, but kept and wore the ring ... the North, my house has not earned such names from any Elf, be he king or no.' Thus spoke Beren Erchamion in the halls of mighty Thingol as he held aloft the ring, and the green ...
Beren - Line of The Half-elven
... of Bëor Thingol of the Teleri Melian the Maia Fingolfin Galdor Hareth Barahir Turgon Elenwë Huor Beren Lúthien Idril Tuor Nimloth Dior Eärendil Elwing Eluréd Elurín Galadriel Celeborn Elros ...
Steve Beren
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The Tale Of Beren And Lúthien - Inspiration
... The Tale of Beren and Lúthien was regarded as the central part of his legendarium by Tolkien ... hemlocks seems to have inspired his vision of the meeting of Beren and Lúthien ... Tolkien is referred to as Beren and Edith is referred to as Lúthien ...