Aravallen (S. "Noble-golden"?) (T.A. 1941 - 1974) was a son of Arvedui and Fíriel, and brother of Aranarth, Aramund, and Araneth. After his father became king, Aravallen became one of Arthedain's greatest warriors that held back the dark forces of Angmar led by the Witch-king. He and his brothers joined Arvedui's group in recovering several heirlooms of Arnor, such as the Ring of Barahir, and the Palantíri of Amon Sûl and Annúminas.
- In the draft of "Appendix A" of The Lord of the Rings, the name Araval was first given as Aravallen, probably containing mallen “golden”, before it was revised to Araval.