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The site was last updated on 20 Ringarë.1 There are 4,343 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.

River Duilwen
Friend-of-Men
Tower of the Moon
Free Fair
Telumendil
Ferdibrand Took
The Blessed
Daisy Gamgee
Ailinel
Scary
Middle Peoples
Elves of Harlindon
Elendil Stone
Teleporno
Lalia Clayhanger
Last Mountain
Hild
Mountains of the East
Quessetéma
Algund
Two Kindreds
Lord of Trees
Rathlóriel
Turnips
Western Muster
Lightfoot
Bloodstained
Desolation of the Dragon
Orrostar
Rochan
Calacirian
Orc-arrows
River Thalos
Elves of Eregion
Wilcome ‘Jolly’ Cotton
Lost Realm
The Burg
King’s Reckoning
Eorlingas
Old Ent
Towers of Mist
Tower Hills
North Moors
Chubb Family
Guardian of the Third Ring
Anardil
Quenya
Farewell Speech
Faelivrin
Maiar of the Sea
Erchamion
Helm’s Gate
Fastred of Greenholm
Fragrant Trees
South-victor
Goldilocks Gamgee
Warden of Westmarch
Ford of Stones
Moths
Great Battle
Lord of the Earth
City of the Men of Gondor
Haerast
Mourning
Northern Line
Gimilzagar
Ferdinand Took
Lómion
First Eastfarthing Troop
Falathrim
The Voice
Aranwion
Stones of Arnor
Lady of the Seas
Aranel
Two Captains
Gaurwaith
Chieftain of the North
Outer Sea
Golden Tree
Lairelossë
Mosco Burrows
Goatleaf Family
Aratan
Hallacar
Elves of the Light
Nine Ringwraiths
Vidumavi
Willowbottom
Houses of Healing
Eldalondë
Aranwë
Agathurush
Black Stone
Horsemaster
Men of Arnor
Kingsland
Gwaeron
Royal House of Gondor

Notes

1

By the Kings' Reckoning of Númenor; modern 10 December 2016.

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