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Yes. There were 8 Horcruxes. 7 were intentionally made by Voldemort (Nagini, Chalice, Journal, Locket, Ring, Diadem and the part of his soul inside Voldemort himself) and 1 was accidentally made, that was Harry. Voldemort only intended 7 soul pieces, including his own soul piece, so 6 horcruxes, then Voldy himself.
The ring was destroyed by Albus Dumbledore, the locket by Ron Weasley, the goblet by Hermione Granger, the diadem of fel fire summoned by Vincent Crabbe, Nagini was killed by Neville Longbottom and the fragment inside Harry was accidentally destroyed by Voldemort himself.
Unknown date between 1946 and 1979: While hiding in a forest in Albania, Tom Riddle murders a local farmer and sends a piece of his soul into Rowena Ravenclaw’s diadem (aka tiara). It will be the fifth Horcrux.
Quirrell is actually being turned into a temporary Horcrux by Voldemort. He is very exhausted from the physical exertion of fighting the much stronger, evil spirit within him.
At that point they didn’t know there were 7 Horcruxes, only that Voldemort split his soul into 7 parts. If you think about it, that means only 6 horcruxes because Voldemort had a part left. In reality, Voldemort split his soul into 8 parts because he accidentally made one while trying to kill Harry.
Why wasn’t the Horcrux in Harry’s head destroyed when he was bitten by the basilisk? The answer is simple: He didn’t actually die. Fawkes healed the bite just in time with his phoenix tears.
People took that along with that scene where Harry says “I think I’ve known for a while, and I think you do too” to mean Hermione realized that Harry was a Horcrux was (okay, not a Horcrux, but let’s call it that for the sake of simplicity).
Tom did not immediately enchant the ring as he was seen wearing it when asking Horace Slughorn about Horcruxes as seen through Slughorn’s memories in a Pensieve. In 1996, Albus Dumbledore retrieved the ring and eventually destroyed it with Godric Gryffindor’s sword.
Lord Voldemort created six Horcruxes, Harry Potter being the seventh, but why didn’t he know that his greatest enemy was also a Horcrux? In his quest for immortality, Lord Voldemort created Horcruxes, but little did he know that he had inadvertently created a seventh: Harry Potter.
Helga Hufflepuff’s Trophy. -> Destroyed by Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
Snape was born to Eileen Prince, a witch, and Tobias Snape, a muggle, making him a half-blood (hence the name “Half-Blood Prince”). That’s rare for a Death Eater, as mentioned in the last book, although Voldemort himself had a muggle father too.
Basilisk Venom is a method of destroying Horcruxes because once it takes effect, it renders the object irreparable, and the only chance of possibly repairing it is to immediately coat it with phoenix tears.
On June 13, 1943, Riddle unleashed the beast at Hogwarts to continue Slytherin’s “noble work” of ridding the school of muggle-born students. Several students were petrified and one named Myrtle Warren was killed and became Riddle’s first murder victim.
No, she is not a Death Eater, but many of her views fall in line with Voldemort’s plans. For example: Magic is Might – Voldemort and the Death Eaters seek to establish wizarding power and authority over muggles.
In the Goblet of Fire graveyard, Voldemort could safely touch Harry once he possessed Harry’s blood (which contained Lily’s sacrificial protection).
She was placed in Slytherin House at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and hated her time at school because she was never given positions of power. After her time at Hogwarts, Umbridge rose to prominent and influential positions in the Ministry of Magic in the Office for Improper Use of Magic.
The clue he received in the film was from Bellatrix, who was in a mad rage when she thought her vault had been broken into. Ultimately, he is able to identify the Chalice as a Horcrux due to his ability to hear the piece of Voldemort’s soul contained within, an ability not present in the books.