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The site was last updated on 8 Afterlithe (July)1. There are 4,211 entries in The Encyclopedia of Arda, of varying levels of completeness and detail. This list shows the last ninety-nine to be added or updated. More recent additions are nearer the beginning of the list.

Stirrupless
King of Númenórë
Foreyule
River Mindeb
Hobbits
Aerin
High Speech
Mithrim
Three Houses of the Edain
Riddermark
Men of the Ancient Houses
Search of the Ents
Great Wars
High Hay
River Aros
Shire-reckoning
Southern Star
Asphodel
King’s Sword
Angainor
Mellyrn (Mallorns)
Andúnië
Newbury
Atalantë
Captain of Nargothrond
Little Delving
Ashen Mountains
Ithryn Luin
Sharkey’s End
Black Sword of the South
Shire-folk
Dúnedain of the South
Tale of Cirion and Eorl
Living Creatures
Hidden City
Elvish
Kingdoms of the Dúnedain
Ondoher
Lay of Nimrodel
Goblin-gate
Adamanta Chubb
Pickthorn Family
Tar-Míriel
Gasping Dust
River Withywindle
Ancalimë
King of the Southern Realm
River Bruinen
Ondosto
River-daughter
Saeros
Straight Way
Merry Gamgee
House of the Stewards
Isil
Halbarad
High Pass
Sunlending
Second Hall
Ciryaher
Onefoot
Númenórean Realms
The Tremendous
Badgers
Black Gates
Mrs. Maggot
Avallónë
Crossings of Poros
Uinen
Thorin I
Telcontar
Isle of Werewolves
Noirinan
Aldëa
River Poros
Vinyarion
Mark-warden
Dwarrowdelf
Cordial of Imladris
Harfoots
Hell-hawks
Swanfleet
Mountains of the East
West Wind
Mering Stream
Faithful
The Falas
White Lady
Burned Dwarves
Lugbúrz
Towers of the Black Gate
Nen Girith
Nindalf
Drúedain of Beleriand
River Malduin
Shadow of the East
Barahir
Deldúwath
Ithil

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By the Shire Calendar; modern 1 July 2015.

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