Eastern Durethë Dynasty
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The descendants of King Castenar and the founding royal Dynasty of Thûle. The eastern Durethë line began in the early years of the Fourth Age, when King Aron Durethë of Eldara conquered the eastern Kratheri Peninsula and sent his son Däegon to rule from the East as a separate realm. Over the centuries, the eastern Eldarans grew more and more resentful toward the Royal Court in Eldarand, and finally, led by Prince Castenar, they revolted in 1202/4 against the monarchy of his own father, King Arathar IV. After Castenar’s victory in the First Eldaran Civil War in 1209/4, the Durethë line in the east continued to rule the newly established kingdom of Thûle. After the kingdom of Thûle won its independence, the Durethë family ruled Thûle for 131 years and a total of five Durethë monarchs sat upon the Obsidian Throne at Castle Terathar, before the Dynasty ended in 43/5, with the death of King Caron II, who was slain in the Battle of Ralansyr ending the Unification Wars. The Eastern Durethë Dynasty was succeeded by King Mordred Mankhari.

The five Durethë monarchs of Thûle are listed below:

Castenar 1209-1225/4
Celtighar 1225-1262/4
Cernan 1262-1297/4 †
Colmar 1297/4, 1-36/5
Caron 36-43/5 †