|Appears in||Morrowind, ESO|
Tel Aruhn was an island-town found on the District of Vvardenfell, in the province of Morrowind. It was northwest of Sadrith Mora, amidst the rocky islands on Azura's Coast, specifically in Zafirbel Bay. For the longest time, it was the home of the Archmagister of House Telvanni on Vvardenfell, High Lord Magus Gothren. But it was widely-known for the Festival Slave Market, the largest slave market on the island-district. The island of Vounoura is roughly less than a month away from Tel Aruhn.
Tel Aruhn's founding dates back to the mid-Merethic Era, as one of the many wizard towers built by Aldmeri explorers that charted the island's coast, but by the late-Merethic Era, these towers were abandoned, alongside the dissolution of the High Velothi culture that later became tribes, early predecessors of the modern-day Great Houses.
Sometime by the early-First Era, the town of Tel Aruhn was founded, populated by the Chimer. The Great-Mage, Divayth Fyr was born and raised in Tel Aruhn at the time. Following the Second Empire's victory in the Four-Score War in 1E 2920, many strategic castles across Morrowind's coastline, including Tel Aruhn were leased to the Imperial Legion, per the request of Prince Juilek Cyrodiil.
As early as 2E 582, Tel Aruhn had been administrated by Archmagister Gothren of House Telvanni. That was until in 3E 427, when the Nerevarine surfaced on Vvardenfell and sought the blessings of the Telvanni lords to be named Hortator. However, Gothren's unwillingness to accept the warrior as the house's hortator led to his death.