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The Valar created Numenor from

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Meneltarma was a flattened and broad summit, that held many great ceremonies during the numenorean rule. although there was no structure built there.
For a long time, the Numenoreans prospered. The Numenorean civilization was the greatest of all the Nations of Men, before or since.
Romenna was one of the greatest ports in Numenor and was situated on the east cost of Numenor, and was very popular in the old realm of middle earth
In the 600th year of the second age, the Numenoreans sailed from Numenor to Middle Earth. Before their return to Numenor they founded several cities.
The Numenoreans were close friends with the elves of Tol Eressea but they were forbidden to ever visit their home in Valinor.
Eldalonde was a port city, and known as one of the great havens in numenor. It was built in the middle of the coast of Numenor's great western bight, between the arms of the wide Bay of Eldanna
Ar-Pharazôn the Golden took his forces to make war with Sauron whose army deserted him when they saw the might of the Numenoreans. Sauron asked for peace and returned with Ar-Pharazôn to Numenor.
Bad idea? Probably.
Sauron whispered poisonous words into Ar-Pharazôn's ear until Ar-Pharazôn was convinced. The men deserved Valinor.They would invade Valinor! No one could stop them!
'Cause it's not like the Valar are powerful gods or anything...
Black Númenóreans were Númenóreans that sided with the rule of Sauron while they were in Middle-Earth and abandoned the island of Númenór to seek the power that Sauron promised them.

As Ar-Pharazon set foot on the forbidden shore, a great storm came over Numenor and it was pulled into the sea, taken away forever.
Elendil, his sons,and his
followers, anticipating
disaster, had boarded ships
and left the island. They escaped to Middle Earth
to found Gondor and Arnor.
They were called the Exiles of Numenor.
"Ar-Pharazon left his ship and strode upon the shore, claiming the land for his own, if none should do battle for it... a great chasm opened in the sea between Numenor and the Deathless Lands, and the waters flowed down into it, and the noise and smoke of the cataracts went up to heaven, and the world was shaken. And Andor, the Land of Gift, Numenor of the Kings, Elenna of the Star of Earendil, was utterly destroyed."
pg, 334 of The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien
Manwe and the rest of the Valar created Numenor from the sea as a reward to the faithful Men who survived the First Age. These Men were called the Edain.
Elros the Half-Elven, brother of Elrond, led the Edain from Beleriand to the island, Numenor, in II 32. There, Elros became Tar-Minyatur, the first King of Numenor.
Ar-Pharazôn the Golden was the 25th King of Numenor.
Ar-Gimilzor = Inzilbeth
Ar-Pharazôn the Golden
Ar-Pharazôn the Golden was best known for his dislike of the Ban of the Valar in the time following his triumph over Sauron.
The Valar forbid the Men of Numenor to travel to the West for fear that they would become jealous and angry when they saw the glory of Valinor and compared it to Numenor.
Elendil, his sons,and his
followers, anticipating
disaster, had boarded ships
and left the island. They escaped to Middle Earth where they founded Gondor and Arnor.

They were called the Exiles of Numenor.
Three of the nine Nazgul were Black Numenoreans. The rest of the Black Numenoreans remained under Sauron's rule, diminishing when Sauron fell and rising to power with him once again.
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