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The site was last updated on 11 Rethe (March)1. There are 4,185 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.

Loëndë
Northern Sceptre
White Lady of Emerië
Days of Dearth
Lord of Lórien
Aerandir
Avathar
Envinyatar
Banks Family
Ithil
Púkel-men
Illuin
Mound of Elendil
Araman
Wingfoot
The Hedge
Flower of Silver
Fell Winter of the First Age
Ferns
Cair Andros
Swordsman of the Sky
Eärnil II
Lone-lands
Ever-snow-white
Anadûnê
Void
Tar-Ciryatan
Gram
The Powers
New Reckoning
Stones of Gondor
Súlimë
Sea-elves
Everlasting Whiteness
The Gift
Nénimë
Men of Middle-earth
River Erui
Black Gate
Cirion
Stone of the Hapless
Deathless Lands
Grey-elves of Mithrim
Third Company of the Citadel
Bywater Pool
Goblin-town
Endor
Quellë
Blackroot Vale
Amon Rûdh
Circle of Isengard
Nénar
Little Delving
Isumbras Took I
Ered Engrin
Enchanted Isles
Long Cape
Alcarondas
Baldor
Ravines of Teiglin
Soldier-orcs
Lord of the Nine Riders
Lords of the West
Stunted People
Cúthalion
Old Entish
Moriquendi
Sterrendei
Narrows of the Forest
Tolman ‘Tom’ Cotton, junior
Minalcar
Meres of Twilight
First Homely House
Gaerys
Ford of Bruinen
Outer Void
Tol-in-Gaurhoth
Valacirca
Kheled-zâram
Whitwell
Thistlewool Family
Narvinyë
Derufin
Orthanc-stone
Tareldar
The Fountain
Barliman Butterbur
River Langwell
Beregond
Mundburg
Goldfather
Water of Awakening
Tarinya
Dome of Stars
Black Emperor
Wellinghall
Mar-nu-Falmar
Rochallor
Draugluin

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By the Shire Calendar; modern 3 March 2015.

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