|Population||6 440 627|
|Area||1 203 750 km sq.|
Eriedún is a large region to the west of the Silver mountains. It is home to the High Elves in Tartheglor, Dwarves of Gathib Zaren and Kheled Zaram, numerous Hillmen clans in Rhaglad, and other men of the west.
Flora and FaunaEdit
The northern and eastern parts of the region are grassy, the western and southern parts are more wooded.
it is home to Eriedún brown bears
|Ailenyar||1 553 011||8 411||1135|
|Rhaglad||843 233||52 635||6 235|
|Ceredion||33 548||80 791||150|
|Tartheglor||131 414||333 638||7665|
|Tundras||134 820||170||0||11 576|
|Yrkbarr||160 628||40||250||16 008|
|Total||4 395 003||1 822 794||169 233||53 597||6 440 627|
During the Silver Ages, Elves passed via the region, but did not stay there. The first major civilization was that of the Dwarves, who settled in Gathib Zaren and Kheled Zaram. The dwarven citadel of Zirag Zigil in the Silver mountains also had a large influence over the region. The Dwarves entablished small colonies and farms, mainly in western Hathailar, and in Tartheglor. Meanwhile,Orcs settled in Yrkbarr.
The coming of Men in the 2nd century of the Third Silver Age meant a new era in the history of the land.The first men came from the east- ancestors of the Eriedain from the House of Beorn. Some settle around lake Elenuin, in Halatyar.In the 3 rd century, Hillmen from the House of Dencadh came from the southeast and settled in most of Eriedún.
First Bronze AgeEdit
In the beginning of the first age, many Elves sttled and established two realms by the sea: Inthas settled by Taeldyarin Elves and Daeras by the exiles from Cenoriar. The men of the house of Beorn came under Elvish influence, while the Hillmen came under Dwarven influence.
Ceredion was founded in the 3rd century by the Taeldyarin Elves. There, the Elven smiths reached their best skills. The Elves settled mostly in the region of Beitheás in southern Ceredion.In the same time, the Taeldyari also founded the realm of Tartheglor, led by their High king Fintar.
Second Bronze AgeEdit