Tar-Palantir (Ar-Inziladûn)Tar-Palantir (Ar-Inziladûn) - "He was born in the year 3035, and he ruled for 78 years until his death in 3255.  Tar-Palantir repented of the ways of the Kings before him, and would fain have returned to the friendship of the Eldar and the Lords of the West.  This name Inziladûn took, because he was far-sighted both in eye and in mind, and even those who hated him feared his words as those of a true-seer.  He also would spend much of his days in Andûnië, since Lindôrië his mother's mother was of the kin of the Lords, being sister indeed of Eärendur, the fifteenth Lord and grandfather of Númendil, who was Lord of Andûnië in the days of Tar-Palantir his cousin; and Tar-Palantir would ascend often to the ancient tower of King Minastir, and gaze westward in yearning, hoping to see, maybe, some sail coming from Eressëa.  But no ship came ever again out of the West, because of the insolence of the Kings, and because the hearts of the most part of the Númenóreans were hardened.  For Gimilkhâd followed the ways of Ar-Gimilzôr, and became leader of the King's Party, and resisted the will of Tar-Palantir as openly as he dared, and yet more in secret.  But for a while the Faithful had peace, and the King went ever at due times to the Hallow upon the Meneltarma, and the White Tree was again given tendance and honour.  For Tar-Palantir prophesied,saying that when the tree died then the line of Kings also would perish.
    Tar-Palantir married late and had no son, and his daughter he named Miriel in the Elven-tongue.  But when the King died she was taken to wife by Pharazôn son of Gimilkhâd (who also was dead) against her will, and against the law of Númenor, since she was the child of his father's brother.  And he then seized the sceptre into his own hand, taking the title of Ar-Pharazôn (Tar-Calion); and Miriel was named Ar-Zimraphel."
~Unfinished Tales (The Line of Elros: Kings of Númenor)