Aragorn ist eine fiktive Figur aus dem Legendarium von J. R. R. Tolkien. Er ist einer der Hauptakteure des Herrn der Ringe. Aragorn war ein Waldläufer des Nordens, der zuerst mit dem Namen Strider eingeführt wurde. Er wurde schließlich als Erbe. Hochkönig von Arnor und Gondor. Früheres Leben. Leben in Bruchtal. Aragorn wurde am 1. Während seiner Zeit in Bruchtal begegnete Aragorn Arwen, Elronds Tochter, und verliebte sich in sie. Aber so sehr Elrond seinen Schützling. Aragorn bezeichnet. eine Figur aus Tolkiens Welt siehe Figuren in Tolkiens Welt#Aragorn; eine danach benannte ehemalige englische NWoBHM-Band siehe. Aragorn, Arathorns Sohn, der Stammesführer der Dúnedain (Westmenschen) des Nordens, der Nachkomme von Isildur und der rechtmäßige Erbe der.
Hochkönig von Arnor und Gondor. Früheres Leben. Leben in Bruchtal. Aragorn wurde am 1. Aragorns Geschichte. Er war fast neunzig Jahre alt, als er Frodo begegnete: Kein hohes Alter für einen Mann von reiner númenórischer Abstammung. Nach dem. Aragorn bezeichnet. eine Figur aus Tolkiens Welt siehe Figuren in Tolkiens Welt#Aragorn; eine danach benannte ehemalige englische NWoBHM-Band siehe.
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Tolkien made a proposal that Trotter might be Bilbo Baggins himself, but rejected that idea. Another suggestion was that Trotter was "Fosco Took Bilbo's first cousin , who vanished when a lad, owing to Gandalf".
This story was further elaborated, making Trotter a nephew of Bilbo, named Peregrin Boffin, and an elder cousin of Frodo. He was said to have run away after he came of age, some twenty years before Bilbo's party, and had helped Gandalf in tracking Gollum later.
A hint was also given as to why Trotter wore wooden shoes: he had been captured by the Dark Lord in Mordor and tortured, but saved by Gandalf; a note was added by Tolkien in the margin, saying that it would later be revealed that Trotter had wooden feet.
Quite soon Tolkien finally settled on the Mannish identity of Trotter, from the beginning introducing him as a "descendant of the ancient men of the North, and one of Elrond's household", as well as the name Aragorn.
Thus the evolution of the history of the Second and Third Ages was dependent on the bringing of Trotter to association with them.
The development of Aragorn's connection to Gondor was long and complex, as was his association with Boromir. The story of the two branches of Elendil's descendants ruling over two kingdoms of Men through many generations only emerged gradually; at one time, Tolkien even seems to have conceived only three generations between Isildur and Aragorn.
One significant feature which was not established until late stages was Aragorn's relationship with Arwen. The first mention of Elrond's daughter, named Arwen Undomiel, was in reference to the banner which she made for Aragorn, but Tolkien did not give any hint whether she had any further part to play.
The references to her marriage with Aragorn were made later, but it was explicitly stated only near the completion of the book.
It is only in his working on the appendices for The Lord of the Rings that Tolkien recorded the full tale of Aragorn and Arwen.
A passing idea was that Galadriel gave her Ring to Aragorn, and that he would accordingly be titled the "Lord of the Ring".
The original nickname Trotter was retained for a long while, and Tolkien decided to change it to Strider only after the story was completed.
There were also several experimental translations of Trotter to Sindarin: Padathir, Du-finnion and Rimbedir, with Ecthelion possibly being equivalent to Peregrin Boffin.
Tolkien hesitated for some time about Trotter's "real" name. Although Aragorn was the first suggestion when the Mannish descent was settled, it was changed a number of times.
At one point Tolkien decided that an Elvish name does not suit a Man, and thus altered it from Aragorn via Elfstone to Ingold, where the last one is an Old English name with ing- representing "west".
Later, however, a new plot element was introduced: Galadriel's gift of a green stone, and Tolkien reverted the usage to Elfstone in order to make an additional connection.
This was retained into the final version of the legendarium as a side name and a translation of Elessar. The name of Aragorn's father also passed through many transient forms: Tolkien intended Aramir or Celegorn to go in pair with Aragorn before settling upon Arathorn; Elfhelm and Eldakar with Elfstone and Eldamir; and Ingrim with Ingold.
Richard J. The are additional similarities between Aragorn and Arthur beyond those pointed out by Finn.
For "Men of the North", Goddodin was a far northern kingdom. Arthur was crowned by St. Dubriticus, who wore a long gray robe for which he was called "His Grey Eminence" - Gandalf the White also wore a gray robe at Aragorn's coronation to indicate he at one time was Gandalf the Grey.
Sons of Gondor, of Rohan! My brothers! I see in your eyes the same fear that would take the heart of me! A day may come when the courage of men fails, when we forsake our friends and break all bonds of fellowship.
But it is not this day! An hour of wolves and shattered shields when the Age of Men comes crashing down! This day we fight! Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn II.
In these movies, Aragorn must overcome his self-doubt to claim the kingship. This specific element of self-doubt is not present in Tolkien's books, where Aragorn intends to claim the throne all along.
Up until this time, Aragorn uses a different, more basic sword that is never given a name. Attached to the scabbard of this sword is a small utility knife that Aragorn uses in the wild country.
Aragorn also uses a long, curved dagger in battle, though a lot less frequently than his sword. This dagger is used for close combat and as a last resort if the sword is useless in a particular situation, such as when Aragorn is knocked down or assassinating Sauron's servants.
He received a curved dagger from Celeborn in the movie, upon leaving Lorien. Aragorn with a bow in the Balin's Tomb sequence. Aragorn's next weapon in his arsenal is his bow.
This bow is rarely used at all. During these few scenes, Aragorn shows that, though he does not have the expert bow skill and speed that Legolas possesses, he is still an effective shooter when he successfully brings down two goblins through small cracks in the door.
In each case, Aragorn has 30 arrows. Aragorn with the Palantir. Aragorn's final weapon is the Black Stone. He is not shown using it in the movie adaptation.
In The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II , Aragorn's most powerful ability is to summon the Army of the Dead, which appears as four abnormally large, invincible ghost units, who can kill infantry almost instantly, though they are weak against buildings.
The only units capable of doing any sort of damage to the Dead are heroes, which even then get immediately wiped out. In a departure from the books, he is stated to already be a Ranger and well known among his people, rather than a ten year old child.
Thranduil only told him that the Ranger's name was Strider and that he was the son of Arathon, telling him that he would have to find out Strider's true name for himself.
Given that Aragorn was 87 in The Two Towers , he would have been 27 during the Hobbit film series, since the original trilogy omitted the 17 year gap between where Gandalf leaves Frodo and finds out about the Ring's origin.
Bakshi's Aragorn, unlike all other portrayals that were to follow to date, has no beard. This actually conforms to a statement appearing in Unfinished Tales that implicitly says that Aragorn was not supposed to have one, due to his Elvish ancestry Elves did not grow beards.
In a note written in or later, among the last writings of my father's on the subject of Middle-earth, there is a discussion of the Elvish strain in Men, as to its being observable in the beardlessness of those who were so descended it was a characteristic of all Elves to be beardless.
Also, some viewers and critics have said that this version of Aragorn looks Native American though not necessarily to the detriment of the film.
He first appears at the Battle of the Pelennor Fields, leading the reinforcements from southern Gondor. See the stage article: The Lord of the Rings.
In the fan-film Born of Hope , Aragorn appears as a two-year-old toddler played by the child actor Luke Johnston. Sign In Don't have an account?
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Tolkien, The Two Towers. The Fellowship was then broken: Frodo decided to continue his journey, accompanied only by Sam. Boromir was killed defending Merry and Pippin, who were captured by orcs.
Clues led Aragorn to believe that the hobbits were still alive, prompting him to take the party into Fangorn Forest. They did not find the hobbits, but met Gandalf the White whom they initially mistook for Saruman , sent back from death to continue his duties in Middle-earth.
Gandalf told them that the hobbits were in the care of the Ents of Fangorn. This caused Sauron to launch his assault on Minas Tirith prematurely.
The Dead Men owed allegiance Aragorn as the heir of Isildur; it had been prophesied, thousands of years earlier, by Isildur and Malbeth the Seer that the Dead would be summoned to pay their debt for betraying Gondor.
With their aid, Aragorn defeated the Corsairs of Umbar at the port of Pelargir ; Aragorn then released the oathbreakers, and used the Corsairs' ships to sail up the Anduin to Minas Tirith with his Rangers and a large contingent of men from the southern regions of Gondor.
With the help of the southern forces, the armies of Gondor and Rohan rallied and defeated Sauron's army in the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.
Aragorn's daring and success had brought him closer to his own kingship, his by right as a direct descendent of Isildur — which had been left unclaimed for centuries.
Gondor had been under the rule of the Stewards of Gondor for centuries, as it was widely doubted that any of the royal line still lived.
Aragorn's humility and self-sacrifice gained him the hearts of the inhabitants of Gondor's capital city. His healing abilities were noted also by the people of Gondor: as Ioreth said, "The hands of the King are the hands of a healer, and so shall the rightful king be known".
The people hailed Aragorn as King that same evening. Despite his immediate success and popularity, Aragorn decided to lay aside his claim to the throne for the time being.
To avoid conflict, he left Minas Tirith and refused to enter it again until he was crowned King. Sauron attacked with overwhelming force.
His reign was marked by great harmony and prosperity within Gondor and Arnor and by a renewal of communication and cooperation between Men, Elves, and Dwarves, fostered by his vigorous rebuilding campaign following the war.
Aragorn led the forces of the Reunited Kingdom on military campaigns against some Easterlings and Haradrim , re-establishing rule over much territory that Gondor had lost in previous centuries.
He died at the age of , after [T 8] years as king. The graves of Merry and Pippin who had died in Gondor 58 years earlier were set beside his.
He was succeeded on the throne by his son, Eldarion. Arwen and Aragorn also had at least two daughters.
Upon hearing of Aragorn's death, Legolas built a grey ship in Ithilien and sailed to the Undying Lands along with Gimli: "And when that ship passed, an end was come in Middle-earth of the Fellowship of the Ring.
The "first germ" of the character that later evolved into Aragorn or Strider was a peculiar hobbit met by Bingo Bolger-Baggins precursor of Frodo Baggins at the inn of The Prancing Pony.
His description and behaviour, however, was already quite close to the final story, with the difference that the hobbit wore wooden shoes, and was nicknamed Trotter for the "clitter-clap" sound that they produced.
He was accounted to be "one of the wild folk — rangers", and he played the same role in Frodo's journey to Rivendell as in The Lord of the Rings.
Later Tolkien hesitated about the true identity of "Trotter" for a long time. One of his notes suggested that the Rangers should not be hobbits as originally planned, and that this would mean that Trotter was either a man, or a hobbit who associated himself with the Rangers and was "very well known" within the story.
Another suggestion was that Trotter was Fosco Took Bilbo's first cousin , who "vanished when a lad, owing to Gandalf".
He was said to have run away after he came of age, [T 34] some 20 years before Bilbo left the Shire, and had helped Gandalf in tracking Gollum later.
A hint was also given as to why Trotter wore wooden shoes: he had been captured by the Dark Lord in Mordor and tortured , but saved by Gandalf; a note was added by Tolkien in the margin, saying that it would later be revealed that Trotter had wooden feet.
The conception of Trotter as a hobbit was eventually discarded. Another short-lived idea was to make Trotter "a disguised elf-friend of Bilbo's in Rivendell," and a scout from Rivendell who "pretends to be a ranger".
The development of Aragorn's connection to Gondor was long and complex, as was his association with Boromir. Aragorn's relationship with Arwen was established very late in the writing.
The first mention of Elrond's daughter, named Finduilas , was made in reference to the banner she made for Aragorn, [T 40] but Tolkien did not give any hint whether she had any further part to play.
The references to her marriage with Aragorn came later, [T 41] but it was explicitly stated only near the completion of the book.
A passing idea was that Galadriel gave her Ring to Aragorn, and that he would accordingly be titled the "Lord of the Ring".
The original nickname "Trotter" was retained for a long time, and Tolkien decided to change it to "Strider" only after the story was completed.
There were also several experimental translations of "Trotter" to Sindarin : Padathir , Du-finnion , and Rimbedir , with Ethelion possibly an equivalent of "Peregrin" Boffin.
Tolkien hesitated for some time over Strider's "real" name. Although Aragorn was the first suggestion when his Mannish descent was determined, though the name was changed a number of times.
At one point Tolkien decided that an Elvish name did not suit a Man, and thus altered it from Aragorn via "Elfstone" to "Ingold", an Old English name with "ing-" representing "West".
Later he introduced a new plot element: Galadriel's gift of a green stone, and Tolkien reverted to Elfstone to make an additional connection.
The name of Aragorn's father also passed through many transient forms: Tolkien paired Aramir or Celegorn with Aragorn before settling upon Arathorn ; among the various pairings were "Elfhelm" and Eldakar with "Elfstone" and Eldamir ; and Ingrim with "Ingold".
The French medievalist Alban Gautier, and separately the historian Christopher Snyder , suggest a connection with a different Anglo-Saxon king, Alfred of Wessex , described by Snyder as "an unexpected monarch he had four elder brothers and inspirational leader who united disparate peoples".
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Kings of Arthedain. Arathorn II. Preceded by: Arathorn II. Followed by: Eldarion. Preceded by: Gandalf.
Vacant Last held by: Eärnur , years earlier. Vacant Last held by: Eärendur , 2, years earlier. Vacant Last held by: Isildur , 3, years earlier.
Head of the House of Telcontar T. Kings of Arnor :. Elendil S. Kings of Arthedain :. Kings of Arnor:. Elessar T. Kings of Gondor :.
Stewards of Gondor :. Non- ruling stewards are in italics.