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The site was last updated on 62 Lairë1. There are 4,150 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.

Grey Mountains
Black Pit
Strangers
Usurpers
Afterlithe
Dwarf-cities
Amethyst Hornblower
High Moor
Fords of Isen
Great Gate of Minas Tirith
Kingdom under the Mountain
Ring-maker
Unchaining of Melkor
Hill of Tears
Great Bridge
Mountains of Iron
Bór
High Hay
Tale of the Downfall of Númenor
Cirith Ungol
Mithe Steps
Dragon-sickness
Aranrúth
Lord of Minas Tirith
Wormtongue
Telperion
Finduilas
Morgul-sheen
Brand
Andróg
Kíli
Lothlórien
Arvegil
Guarded Realm
Moontower
Malgalad
Forsaken Inn
Lithlad
River Adorn
Gonnhirrim
Crossings of Teiglin
Isildur’s Heir
Hills of the Hunters
Union of Maedhros
West-gate of Moria
‘Return’
Yestarë
Brown Lands
Little Lune
Amon Hen
East Road
Minlamed thent / estent
Carrock
North-kingdom
Golodhrim
Whitfoot Family
Fírimar
Stone-city
Sharkey’s Men
Horse-men
Men of the Sea
Westernesse
Galvorn
Elf-friend
Hidden Kingdom
Enchanted Isles
Tolman ‘Tom’ Gamgee
River Rhibdad
Dimrill Stair
Teleri of Valinor
Grey Pilgrim
Redhorn Pass
Eldamar
Shieldmaidens
Southrons
Southerners
Flame of the West
Níniel
Ered Luin
Barahir
Karningul
Khand
Armenelos
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
Eregion
Turambar
River Anduin
Gates of Moria

Notes

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By the Reckoning of Rivendell; modern 22 July 2014.

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