This is because Turgon's wife, Elenwe, died while returning to Middle Earth from Valinor while crossing the Helcaraxe.said no queen ever in gondolin.
Idril was the daughter of King Turgon. Tuor married her and their son was Earendil, father of Elrond and Elros.but did he said lay his eyes upon his daughter
Tuor's people were held in thralldom by the Easterlings. While he was kept as a slave, the women of his people had been moved to the South so Tuor had seen few women in his life.saw a few woman in his life
He remained in Gondolin and married Idril. Gondolin eventually fell to Morgoth's armies however, and Tuor, Idril and Earendil were forced to flee. Making their way to the Havens of Sirion, Tuor and Idril eventually crossed the sea into the west, and it is said Tuor was the only Man to be admitted into Valinor.he stayed there or he became the king? or what had happened?
But in after days it was sung that Tuor alone of mortal Man was numbered among the elder race, and was joined with the Noldor, whom he loved; and his fate was sundered from the fate of Men.
Idril was the daughter of King Turgon. Tuor married her and their son was Earendil, father of Elrond and Elros.
The dates towards the end of the First Age are a little vague, but Tuor and Idril set sail into the west in about FA 543. This was about the same time that Earendil became lord of the people of the Havens and married Elwing. His journey to Valinor was just prior to the end of the First Age, about 58 years later.I thought that Earendil was the first man to step into Valinor...well, I guess I am wrong...
As Erkenbrand has already pointed out, Luthien was the daughter of Thingol of Doriath. I think where your possible confusion is coming from, is that Luthien and Beren's grandaughter, Elwing, married Earendil. She was, therefore, the mother of Elrond and Elros, and these two families are linked.I thought that Lúthien was the daughter of Turgon and that it was Beren who married her after retrieving one the three silmarillions from Morgoths crown.... Or have I mistaken myself again? If then explain it to me again.
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