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'''Hyarastorni''' was an area in [[Mittalmar]], the central region of [[Númenor]]. During the reign of [[Tar-Meneldur]] the lord of Hyarastorni was [[Hallatan]], who was known as the [[Sheep-lord]] since the pasturelands of Mittalmar were commonly used for the grazing of sheep.
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'''Hyarastorni''' was an area in [[Mittalmar]], the central region of [[Númenor]]. During the reign of [[Tar-Meneldur]] the lord of Hyarastorni was [[Hallatan]], who was known as the Sheep-lord since the pasturelands of Mittalmar were commonly used for the grazing of sheep.
  
 
In {{SA|882}}, [[Tar-Aldarion|Aldarion]] came to the [[White House of Erendis]]. He was received so coldly that he stayed but one night and then departed to the house of his cousin, Hallatan. Arriving in Hyarastorni, Aldarion beheld the warm homecoming that his companion [[Ulbar]] was enjoying. In a mixture of wrath and bitterness he gave Ulbar's wife a fiery red jewel that had been meant for [[Erendis]] and then rode away for [[Armenelos]].<ref>{{UT|Wife}}</ref>
 
In {{SA|882}}, [[Tar-Aldarion|Aldarion]] came to the [[White House of Erendis]]. He was received so coldly that he stayed but one night and then departed to the house of his cousin, Hallatan. Arriving in Hyarastorni, Aldarion beheld the warm homecoming that his companion [[Ulbar]] was enjoying. In a mixture of wrath and bitterness he gave Ulbar's wife a fiery red jewel that had been meant for [[Erendis]] and then rode away for [[Armenelos]].<ref>{{UT|Wife}}</ref>

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Hyarastorni
Region
General Information
LocationIn Mittalmar, near Emerië; Númenor
TypeRegion
DescriptionPasturelands used for grazing sheep
InhabitantsNúmenóreans

Hyarastorni was an area in Mittalmar, the central region of Númenor. During the reign of Tar-Meneldur the lord of Hyarastorni was Hallatan, who was known as the Sheep-lord since the pasturelands of Mittalmar were commonly used for the grazing of sheep.

In S.A. 882, Aldarion came to the White House of Erendis. He was received so coldly that he stayed but one night and then departed to the house of his cousin, Hallatan. Arriving in Hyarastorni, Aldarion beheld the warm homecoming that his companion Ulbar was enjoying. In a mixture of wrath and bitterness he gave Ulbar's wife a fiery red jewel that had been meant for Erendis and then rode away for Armenelos.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "Aldarion and Erendis: The Mariner's Wife"
Númenor
Andor · Atalantë · Elenna · Mar-nu-Falmar · Númenórë · Westernesse
Regions Andustar · Arandor · Emerië · Forostar · Hyarastorni · Hyarnustar · Hyarrostar · Kingsland · Mittalmar · Nísimaldar · Orrostar
Towns and cities Almaida · Andúnië · Armenelos · Eldalondë · Nindamos · Ondosto · Rómenna
Buildings Calmindon · Eämbar · King's Court · Temple · White House of Erendis
Natural features Bay of Eldanna · Bay of Rómenna · Firth of Rómenna · Meneltarma (mountain) · Nísinen (lake) · North Cape · Nunduinë (river) · Oromet (mountain) · Siril (river) · Sorontil (mountain) · Tarmasundar (ridges) · Tompollë
Plants and trees Fragrant Trees · Lairelossë · Laurinquë · Lavaralda · Nessamelda · Nimloth · Oiolairë · Taniquelassë · Vardarianna · Yavannamírë
Heirlooms Aranrúth · Bow of Bregor · Dramborleg · Elendilmir · Narsil · Palantíri · Ring of Barahir · Sceptre of Annúminas · Sceptre of Númenor · Tile and Textiles · Helmet
Concepts Adûnaic · Ban of the Valar · Council of the Sceptre · Downfall of Númenor · Númenórean Sindarin · Ruxöalë · Three Prayers (Eruhantalë · Erukyermë · Erulaitalë)
Key people Aldarion · Amandil · Elros (House of Elros) · Erendis · Faithful · Guild of Venturers · Isildur · Kings and Queens of Númenor · King's Men · Lords of Andúnië · Meneldur · Miriel · Palantir · Pharazôn · Sauron · Silmariën
Main texts The Silmarillion ("Akallabêth") · Unfinished Tales ("A Description of the Island of Númenor" · "Aldarion and Erendis: The Mariner's Wife" · "The Line of Elros: Kings of Númenor") · The Lord of the Rings ("Appendix A" · "Appendix B") · The Nature of Middle-earth ("Lives of the Númenóreans" · "Of the land and beasts of Númenor")