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The site was last updated on 26 Urimë.1 There are 4,398 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.

Wilderland
Stones of Seeing
Ancient Tongue
Mountains of Iron
Budgeford
Pass of Anach
Gollum’s Ring
Firienholt
Írensaga
Sarn Ford
Balrogs
Lost Realm
Nori
Brithiach
River-daughter
Mugwort Family
Jessamine Boffin
Hill of Slain
Two Watchers
Dwarf-tongue
Lady of the Star-brow
Taur-nu-Fuin
Quest of Mount Doom
Battle of Bywater
Cirith Dúath
Circles of the World
Gorthol
Lord of Minas Tirith
Theobald Bolger
Andrath
Land of the Star
Northern Sceptre
Andwise ‘Andy’ Roper
Caragdûr
Hill of Ilmarin
Ilberic Brandybuck
Swan-knights
Halfast ‘Hal’ Gamgee
Laer
Faerie
Bracegirdle Family
Bree-men
Land of Caranthir
Lossarnach
North Ithilien
Henneth Annûn
Tower of Ingwë
Wilibald Bolger
Deadmen’s Dike
Dori
Old Gamgee
Men of Dorthonion
Voyage of Eärendil
Elf-speech
Calacirian
Dairuin
Írimon
Wells of Varda
White Ring
Emerië
Silvertine
Goldenbed
Dwarf-doors
Tar-Falassion
Annael
Eglarest
Mámandil
Lord of the Coasts
Crossings of Poros
Ancient Speech
Black Pits
Horse-men
Blackroot Vale
Great Signal
Cerin Amroth
Daisy Baggins
Carl ‘Nibs’ Cotton
Great Mound
Ring of Doom
Baranor
Great People of the West
Ettendales
Bay
Durin’s Bridge
Holy Mountain
Great Ring
Taur-en-Faroth
Imlach
Gate of Bronze
Mrs. Lily Cotton (née Lily Brown)
Man of the West
Battle Gardens
Lizards
Arda Marred
Third Gate
Southwestlands
Eagles’ Cleft
Tower of Sorcery
Amon Obel

Notes

1

By the Kings' Reckoning of Númenor; modern 18 August 2017.

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