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The site was last updated on 1 Lótessë.1 There are 4,391 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.

Bough of Return
Enerdhil
Elven-folk
Silver-foot
Tarkil
Bodo Proudfoot
Númellótë
Everlasting Whiteness
Hending
Towers of the Black Gate
Imlach
Ohtar
Lord of Lothlórien
Erling
Gate of Bronze
The greenhanded
The Weaver
Host of the West
Hirilondë
Winding Stair
New Reckoning
Great Rider
Ninquelótë
Fallohides
Mountains of Gondor
Gerda Boffin
Dimrill Dale
Mountains of Shadow
Milo Burrows
Nurufantur
Heren Istarion
Bamfurlong
Man of the West
Forest between the Rivers
Ulfast
Narbeleth
Hobbits of the Shire
Gamgee Family
Hallowed Mountain
Amon Obel
Forsaken Elves
West-door
Forsaken People
Duilin
River Snowbourn
Eglath
Lady of the Shield-arm
Captain of the Dúnedain of Arnor
Holm-oaks
Ar-Zimraphel
One-hand
Jaws of Thirst
People of Haleth
White Tree of Isildur
Watchful Peace
Hatholdir
Ulbar
Lindissë
Arda Marred
The Ever-cold
Dwimordene
Worm
Wall’s End
Greymantle
Úmarth
Day of Doom
Horn-call of Buckland
Watchwood
Pass of Light
Tarciryan
Greycloak
Máhanaxar
The Accursed
Ormal
The Seen
Ash Mountains
Song of Parting
Elven-wise
Wells of Varda
Ancalimon
Camlost
Middle Days
Line of Elros
Uffo Boffin
Rollo Boffin
Saradas Brandybuck
Angelica Baggins
Kindler
Grubb Family
East-mark
Eluchíl
Drúadan Forest
Deer’s Leap
Undertowers
Messenger of Mordor
Three-Farthing Stone
Little Gelion
Third Gate
Younger Days

Notes

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By the Steward's Reckoning of Gondor; modern 23 April 2017.

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