Who’s the Oldest Elf in Lord of the Rings (And 4 Others)?

As you might know, Elves are very long. But, as they say, they have a long life, who have a high affinity with the Lord of the Rings. While, with that thought, we're only looking at Elves mentioned in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, though we will mention four in the trilogy. Who is the oldest person in the Lord of the Rings? Read More

According to me, Elves are long-lived in The Lord of the Rings mythology, but probably there are not among them who the oldest Elf is. Bare of mind, we’re only looking at the Elves mentioned in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, even if we will mention four even older Elves. Let’s look at the oldest Elves in the Lord of the Rings.

The oldest helve in the trilogy Lord of the Rings is the shipwright Cirdan.

The bodies of Elves live indefinitely (no age) in Middle-earth, but can be killed, or so badly wounded that their spirits are killing them. They can’t live itself alone, but they can, at time, not peace, but rather, they can find in places such as the Lands that we go to. It is especially true for those who have visited the lands the evil and gotten back (the Noldor). Those who have never been there feel it so much.

5 Arcades in the world of the kings; the eldest to the ear of the yorks.

They live up to the age of five oldest Elves when Lord of the Rings became King of the Ring.

5. Celeborn

Celeborn was the Lord of Lothlorien and was the husband of Galadriel, the Lady of the Golden Wood. I think he’s one of the wisest Elves of Middle-earth at the end of the 3th age. Celeborn is probably over 6500 years old, so that he is on the fifth spot in our list of oldest elves in the Lord of the Rings.

In the Ring War, Celeborn defended Lothlorien and defended the Enemy castle of Dol Guldur. As soon as the beginning of the fourth-thirty century, he once stayed there, but finally he joined his wife in the Andying Lands.

Celeborns Age: probably more than 6500 years old.

4. Thranduil

Thranduil, son of Oropher, was an elizient king who built the Woodlands for the second and third century. Though inherently prudent, he eventually committed his kingdom to combat Sauron in the Rings. Celeborn and Thranduil are probably 6500 years older. He was the father of the Elven prince of Mirkwood, Legolas, who made up a name for the Fellowship of the Ring.

Thumbs are the age of the child: perhaps the age of 6500 will be the age of the child.

All Counts Most Powerful One’s Lord (Eds).

3. Lady Galadriel

The third place on the list of the oldest elves in the Lord of the Rings is the one named Galadriel. Galadriel was the swaddle of Lothlorien’s Woods, which she took control of with Celeborn her husband.

She was one of the smallest of the Elves in Middle-earth, a beating of fast all others in power, beauty, knowledge and a wealth of knowledge. She bore Nenya, one of the three sleek rings of power. J.R. Tolkien believed in her, along with Gil-galad the Elven king, as one of the most likely and fairest Elves left in the Middle Ages.

She was the only daughter and youngest child of Finarfin, the prince of the Noldor, and of Earwen, his cousin Luthien. Her older brothers were Finrod Felagund, Orodreth, Angrod and Aegnor. Galadriel was an Elf of the early First Ages slugger’s niece.

Lady Galadriels age: 8 372 years old

2. Feanor

Feanor was an Elfilian and one of the Elven kindred who departed from Valinor in the land of Aman, where they lived with the Valar.

He was born in Valinor, the one-time child of Finwe, the High King of Noldor and the first wife of Finwe’s children Miriel Therinde. He was a craftsman, a gemsmith and a warrior, a designer of the Silmarils and a designer of Tengwar. He created the Romantic Palace.

Feanor was made the most capable of all body and mind; countenance, understanding, competence and subtlety of all the children of Iluvatar. With his personality and its personalities, he made up its weaknesses. Those strengths and flaws in his personality would cause anger and anger to his people.

Feanor was born Y.T. 1169, and then died Y.T. 1497 (Alternatively, 342 years old), a period where he was 10 000 years old at the time of his death.

Ignoring age: He’d be about 10,000 years old, hasn’t he died before?

1. Cirdan the shipwright.

As of age 10 000, Cirdan becomes the oldest elf in the Lord of the Rings on the list. Cirdan, also known as ‘Nowe’, and ‘Shudan the Shipwright’, was among the most noble and most noble of the Sindar, a Lord of the Falathrim for the first Age and a Master of the Grey Havens during the Second, Third and Fourth Ages.

He was one of the wisest and most blindst of the Elves and, at the second-era, the oldest known elf in Middle-earth, and is still so far as the fourth-and-fourth-era.

He was gifted to celebrate his idling, Narya, a three-ring jewel, and Celebrimbor, for not being sold to Gandalf. He is a second grader in Middle-earth, sailing by FO 120.

Cirdans Age: He was more than 10 years old.

The oldest Eleven of the Tolkien Legendarium’s entire collection are the Elves of the oldest ages.

Imin, who is the oldest elf in the Tolkien Legendarium, is a high-resort of the Vanyarin era.


Ingwe spelled out the first Kindred of the Eleven of the Vanyars, and was named in the uncle of Finwes wife Indis. His name means first Chief in Quenya. Perhaps he was one of the first twelve elves to awoke in Cuivienen with Imin, who were the first to awake. He became one of the three elves of the first man-made mission to Aman, with Elwe and Finwe.

Ingwe became the first Vanyar to travel to Valinor by Orome. Seeing his beauty and its beauty he returned to his local community and asked them to leave for Aman. They were fascinated with the Valar and decided not to come back to Middle-earth. They continued their steadfast promise to help ingwe. The Mindon Eldalieva in Tirion was built in honor of him.

The Most famous of the Rings Characters: Sorted by race.

Ingweron is the High King of all the Eldalie, the Elves of the Great Journey, and to be renommated ingweron because of this, which means that he is The Chief of the Chieftains. He lived in Taniquetil, who was governed by Manwe’s noble name Arda.

Ingwe never settled in the middle-earth after he began living in Taniquetil. When the Vanyar, in the Wrath war and had followed The Host of Valinor, was seized, Ingwe didn’t join them.


Imin was an Elf of Cuivienen. He was the first to sleep and the first Elf in the world.

The Year of the Trees woke Imin in the village of Cuivienen by the divine Will of Eru Iluvatar. Among Tata and Enel, he awoke twelve other Eleven who took her as his lord. From there, he started the Monyar called later the Vanyar. It isn’t known why he wasn’t selected as the ambassador for Valinor, nor why he’s not the first king of his clan. The fate of her is unknown but he lived probably. He and his wife were Junkie.

Who is the oldest Elf from the Rings?

As we can see from the article above, it is not easy to measure how many Elves ages it’s. However, there is not much known about Cirdan the shipwright, the oldest person who has the names of Lord of the Rings, but as such, he isn’t the oldest person. If you are asking yourself who is the oldest of the eighteen, the answer is not straightforward, as we want to. Imin was certainly the first elf to get up, but Ingwe was the oldest elf.

We have an article on how old are all the main characters of The Lord of the Rings, from youngest to oldest (right now, Elves aren’t the oldest characters in the Tolkiens legendarium).