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The site was last updated on 2 Lótessë1. There are 4,135 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.

Armenelos
Redhorn Pass
Union of Maedhros
Valmar
Mrs. Maggot
Valandur
Pelóri
King’s Party
Black Emperor
King’s Writer
Great Sea of the West
Apanónar
River Brithon
Men of the Vales of Anduin
Celeborn
Grey Mountains
Eregion
Turambar
River Anduin
Gates of Moria
Primrose Gamgee
Messenger Service
First Gate
Hither Lands
Roses
Tar-Aldarion
Forester
Star of the North
Strider
Palantíri
Silver Crown
Dry River
Brethil
River Rhimdath
Lamps of the Valar
The Causeway
Haldan
Cape Balar
Belegaer
Night-fearers
Iron Hills
Old Toby
Lord of the Breath of Arda
Withered Heath
Marshal of the West-mark
Gamgee Family
Elves of Lindon
Saruman
An Unexpected Party
Two Kingdoms
Handir
Great Mound
Mablung
Lórien
Hidden Way
Master of Fangorn’s Wood
The Wild
Usurpers
Ennor
Middle-days
Shriekers
Downfall of Melkor
Fréa
Cabed-en-Aras
Sorrel
Lord of the Mark
Dale-men
Námo
Caverns of Narog
Friend-of-Men
River Celebrant
Gate of Wood
Lightfoot Family
The Free
Debatable Land
Mithe Steps
The Scrolls
Karningul
Goldworthy Family
Ephel Brandir
Kinslaying
Troll-holes
Wood of Anwar
Windle-reach
Battle of Azanulbizar
Longfather-tree of Master Samwise
White Mountains
Evil of the North
Outer Ocean
River Celon
Tolfalas
Battle of Nanduhirion
Queen of the Valar
Fíriel
Crickets
The Crafty
The Terror
Dark Plague
Tasarinan

Notes

1

By the Kings' Reckoning of Númenor; modern 23 April 2014.

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