Before joining the rest of the Rohan-Ithilien royal families for luncheon, Éowyn has a discussion with one of her brother’s daughters about their family. For Virtuella, one of my favourite Rohan authors, as a belated birthday gift.
In my-verse, Aragorn and Faramir’s eldest daughters were born on the same day in year 4 of the Fourth Age. Eldarion was born in Fourth Age 9 and Elboron in Fourth Age 10. Elfwine, Théodwyn/Éomund, and Morwen were born in Fourth Age 8, 12, and 18 respectively. (Gilraen, Aragorn and Arwen’s youngest, was also born in Fourth Age 18, and Faramir/Eowyn's Finduilas in Fourth Age 16.)
The children use Sindarin terms with Éowyn because it was the preferred language of Théoden’s House, and so it is still the preferred tongue amongst the royal families of Rohan and Ithilien in this time, though both families’ children have learned Rohirric.
Lorias is my friend Susana’s name for Imrahil’s wife.
Table of Contents
Categories: The Books of J.R.R. Tolkien
Characters: As a Group: Rohirrim, Gondorian: Faramir son of Denethor, Gondorian: Lothíriel of Dol Amroth, Original Female Character, Original Male Character, Rohirrim: Éomer, Rohirrim: Éowyn
Genres: Character study, Family, General
Times: 4-Fourth Age
Chapters: 1    |    Word count: 973    |    Read Count: 892
Completed: Yes    |    Updated: 11/26/14    |    Published: 11/26/14