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WpisWysłany: 17-06-2007 18:26    Temat wpisu: Odpowiedz z cytatem

A może teraz nad Gil-Galadem się popastwimy? Jestem rozwalony Czemu nie hmmmm...

W Silmarillionie spotykamy go po raz pierwszy, kiedy zostają zburzone przystanie Brithombaru i Eglarestu (473 r I Ery).

J.R.R Tolkien, Silmarillion napisał(a):

Przystanie legły w gruzach, wieża Barad Nimras obróciła się w ruinę, większość ludu Kirdana zginęła lub została wzięta do niewoli. Garstka jednak zdołała wejść na pokład statku i ujść na morze, a wśród tych był Ereinion Gil-galad, syn Fingona, wysłany przez ojca do Przystani po bitwie Dagor Bragollach.


Tutaj Gil-Galad jest synem Fingona i nieznanej Elfki, który z obawy o jego bezpieczeństwo i z uwagi na młody wiek Język wedle standardów Elfów z Amanu Elfik zostaje po Dagor Bragollach (w 455 r I Ery) odesłany do przystani pod opiekę Cirdana. Po zniszczeniu Brithombaru i Eglarestu, przenosi się do ujścia Sirionu, gdzie około w 511 r I Ery, po przybyciu tam niedobitków z Gondolinu i informacji o śmierci Turgona, zostaje uznany Najwyższym Królem Noldorów Rządzę . Jakimś cudem ocalał z pogromu synów Fëanora, którzy napadli na Ujście Sirionu próbując odzyskać silmaril. Nie wiadomo, czy uczestniczy w Wojnie Gniewu hmmmm... , ale po niej, w II Erze zostaje władcą Lindonu i bardzo przenikliwie zabrania wstępu na swoje ziemie Annatarowi Uśmiech Saurona ;D

W The Peoples of Middle Earth jest opisywany jako syn Finroda Felagunda hmmmm... i bratanek Galadrieli.

The Tale of Years in the Latter Ages napisał(a):

The Second Age.

10. Foundation of the Grey Havens, and the Kingdom of Lindon. This was ruled by Gil-galad son of Felagund,(8) chief of all the Noldor who did not yet depart to Avallon.

8. For other references to the abandoned idea that Gil-galad was the son of Felagund see XI.242 - 3, and pp. 349 - 50.


Zaglądając do odsyłacza znajdziemy taką informację Uśmiech Saurona ;D

OF THE RUIN OF BELERIAND AND THE FALL OF FINGOLFIN napisał(a):

But fearing now that all strong places were doomed to fall at last before the might of Morgoth, he sent away his wife Meril to her own folk in Eglorest, and with her went their son, yet an elvenchild, and Gilgalad Starlight he was called for the brightness of his eye. Felagund's wife Meril has not been named before, nor any child of his; and this is the first appearance of Gil-galad from The Lord of the Rings. Another note on the subject is found in the QS manuscript near the opening of the 'short' (i.e. condensed) version of the tale of Beren and Luthien (see V.293), pencilled rapidly at the foot of a page but clearly referring to the statement in the text that Felagund gave the crown of Nargothrond to Orodreth before his departure with Beren (The Silmarillion p. 170): But foreseeing evil he commanded Orodreth to send away his son Gilgalad, and wife.


Ciekawe czemu Tolkien postanowił dać Felagundowi żonę ze Śródziemia, Meril i uczynić jego synem Gil-Galada hmmmm... W każdym razie wtedy romantyczna wersja, dlaczego Felagund nie powrócił do Śródziemia (ze względu na miłość do Amarië ) staje się nie taka znów oczywista Uśmiech Saurona ;D

Jednak (uff Z przymrużeniem oka ) Tolkien wykreślił te notkę:

OF THE RUIN OF BELERIAND AND THE FALL OF FINGOLFIN napisał(a):
This was struck out; and somewhat further on in the tale of Beren and Luthien in the same version is a third hasty note, without direction for insertion but evidently referring to the passage in which Orodreth expelled Celegorn and Curufin from Nargothrond (The Silmarillion
p. 176):

But the Lady wife of Inglor forsook the folk of Nargothrond and went with her son Gilgalad to the Havens of the Falas. A blank space is here left for the name of Felagund's wife. In each of these mentions, taking them in sequence, her departure is displaced to a later point; but of course they need not have been written in that sequence (although the third presumably replaced the second, which was struck out). On the other hand it seems very unlikely that the three additions do not belong together, though there seems to be no way of discovering with certainty when they were written. - It may also be noticed that a later correction to the old AB 2 manuscript changed the sentence in the concluding annal (V.144) 'But Elrond the Half-elfin remained, and ruled in the West of the world' to 'But Elrond the Half-elven remained with Gilgalad son of Inglor Felagund who ruled in the West of the world.'
In this connection must be mentioned the passage in the Grey Annals $$108-9 (p. 44), where it is expressly stated that 'King Inglor Felagund had no wife', and that when Galadriel came to Nargothrond for the feast celebrating its completion in the year 102 she asked him why:
... but foresight came upon Felagund as she spoke, and he said:

'An oath I too shall swear and must be free to fulfill it and go into
darkness. Nor shall anything of all my realm endure that a son
should inherit.'

But it is said that not until that hour had such cold thoughts ruled him; for indeed she whom he had loved was Amarie of the Vanyar, and she was not permitted to go with him into exile.

Amarie appears again in GA, in both versions of the retelling of the story of Beren and Luthien ($$180, 199), where it is said that Felagund dwells in Valinor with Amarie.

Later evidence makes it certain that the notes on the QS manuscript represent a rejected idea for the incorporation of Gil-galad into the traditions of the Elder Days; and the passage just cited from the Grey Annals is to be taken as showing that it had been abandoned. That Gil-galad was the son of Fingon (The Silmarillion p. 154) derives from the late note pencilled on the manuscript of GA ($157), stating that when Fingon became King of the Noldor on the death of Fingolfin 'his young son (?Findor) [sic] Gilgalad he sent to the Havens.' But this, adopted after much hesitation, was not in fact by any means the last of my father's speculations on this question.


Ciekawe, co Tolkien by jeszcze Gil-Galadowi zgotował hmmmm...
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