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Captain of the Haven

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The '''Captain of the Haven''' was the leader of the [[Corsairs of Umbar|Corsairs]] of [[Umbar]] during the time of the [[Ruling Steward|Steward]] [[Ecthelion II]] of [[Gondor]].
 
The '''Captain of the Haven''' was the leader of the [[Corsairs of Umbar|Corsairs]] of [[Umbar]] during the time of the [[Ruling Steward|Steward]] [[Ecthelion II]] of [[Gondor]].
  
Sometime between {{TA|2957|n}} and {{TA|2980}}, [[Aragorn]] (in the guise of ''Thorongil'') came to Gondor and during that time counselled Ecthelion concerning the rebellious nature of [[Umbar]]. Ecthelion agreed that Thorongil could send a small fleet; arriving at night they burnt the ships of the unprepared Corsairs whilst Thorongil himself killed the Captain of the Haven.<ref>{{App|Stewards}}</ref>
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Sometime between {{TA|2957|n}} and {{TA|2980}}, [[Aragorn]] (in the guise of ''[[Thorongil]]'') came to Gondor and during that time counselled Ecthelion concerning the rebellious nature of [[Umbar]]. Ecthelion agreed that Thorongil could send a small fleet; arriving at night they burnt the ships of the unprepared Corsairs whilst Thorongil himself killed the Captain of the Haven.<ref>{{App|Stewards}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 05:46, 12 March 2021

The Captain of the Haven
Corsair of Umbar
Biographical Information
PositionLeader of the Corsairs
LocationUmbar
AffiliationSauron
Deathbetween T.A. 2957 and 2980
Umbar
Physical Description
GenderMale

The Captain of the Haven was the leader of the Corsairs of Umbar during the time of the Steward Ecthelion II of Gondor.

Sometime between 2957 and T.A. 2980, Aragorn (in the guise of Thorongil) came to Gondor and during that time counselled Ecthelion concerning the rebellious nature of Umbar. Ecthelion agreed that Thorongil could send a small fleet; arriving at night they burnt the ships of the unprepared Corsairs whilst Thorongil himself killed the Captain of the Haven.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "The Númenorean Kings", "Gondor and the Heirs of Anárion", "The Stewards"