He's taller than the other two.
One factory of the four has already been idled in the town.
'Two' and 'four' in these sentences are still grammatically numerals and they took articles, right?
The articles in the sentences are not linked to some omitted phantom nouns, are they ('the other two [boys]', 'of the four [factories]')?
So what is the complete list of parts of speech that can take articles (not just be next to them)? Is it only nouns, numerals, and pronouns ('the one who...')?