King Coram I of the House of Ithal-Strohm-Bormul[1] was the fifth king of the Lions' Dynasty of Tethyr.[2]

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Coram was the fifth son of King Haedrak I.[2] He had at least three sons, the third of whom was Natan, who would become a saint of Ilmater.[3]

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Coram was born in 1010 DR, the Year of Three Signs. He succeeded his father as king in 1059 DR.[2]

His reign was brief. He died in 1065 DR, and the throne passed to his grandson and namesake Coram II.[2]

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