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Ecthelion of the Fountain
also called "Lord of the Fountain"

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  1. Ecthelion was one of the lords of the city-kingdom of Gondolin, ruled by Turgon

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  2. a High Elf and one of the greatest warriors of the First Age

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  3. One of the first of Tolkien's characters to be created, he first appears in "The Fall of Gondolin", part of The Book of Lost Tales, the earliest version of his "mythology" and histories. "The Fall of Gondolin" was, according to Tolkien's recollection

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  4. His name was then reused for the later The Lord of the Rings for different characters

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  5. After Tolkien's death, his son Christopher edited and published The Silmarillion, where Ecthelion and a "much compressed" account of the Fall of Gondolin appears

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