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==History==
 
==History==
Hador was named for a great hero of the [[First Age]], [[Hador|Hador Lórindol]], the ancient [[Lord of Dor-lómin]].  His rule occurred during the time of the [[Watchful Peace]] ({{TA|2063}}-{{TA|2460|n}}) so Gondor enjoyed peace throughout his reign.<ref>{{App|TA}}</ref>
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Hador was named for a great hero of the [[First Age]], [[Hador Lórindol]], the ancient [[Lord of Dor-lómin]].  His rule occurred during the time of the [[Watchful Peace]] ({{TA|2063}}-{{TA|2460|n}}) so Gondor enjoyed peace throughout his reign.<ref>{{App|TA}}</ref>
  
 
On the three hundredth anniversary of the [[Stewards' Reckoning]], the calendar introduced by his ancestor [[Mardil|Mardil Voronwë]], Hador added an extra day to the year {{TA|2360}}.  This was done to reduce the ''millennial deficit'', thus keeping the calendar in synchronization with the seasons.<ref>{{App|Calendars}}</ref>
 
On the three hundredth anniversary of the [[Stewards' Reckoning]], the calendar introduced by his ancestor [[Mardil|Mardil Voronwë]], Hador added an extra day to the year {{TA|2360}}.  This was done to reduce the ''millennial deficit'', thus keeping the calendar in synchronization with the seasons.<ref>{{App|Calendars}}</ref>

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