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The site was last updated on 6 Harvestmath1. There are 4,323 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.

Alcarin
Valley of the Tombs
Malva Headstrong
Star-glass
Weather Hills
Edhellond
Tar-Telemnar
Haudh in Gwanûr
Stones of Gondor
Meneltarma
Harrowdale
Erech
Long Cape
River Lhûn
Anfauglir
Star of Eärendil
Eithel Sirion
Days of Flight
Númenórean
Torech Ungol
Amaranth Brandybuck
Shire Calendar
Olórin
Nimloth
Seventh Gate
Withy-weir
Captivity of Melkor
Party Field
River Erui
Man of Craft
Lord of the Fountains
Star-spray
The Sheen
Nandorin
Far Harad
Eldarin
Silvertine
Roper Gamgee
Land of the Star
Mindon Eldaliéva
Bird-tamer
Gasping Dust
Núneth
Alfirin
Stonehouse-folk
Roper Family
Sandyman Family
Galdor
Aldor the Old
High Men
Ling
King of Arda
Eärendur
The Unnamed
Holman ‘Long Hom’ Cotton
Tookbank
Gap of Calenardhon
Orcs of the Eye
Elatan
Three Keepers
Golden Tree
River Shirebourn
Power of the Black Land
Vale of Narog
Riders of the Mark
Eldar of Valinor
King of Angmar
Winged Nazgûl
Hound of Sauron
Minohtar
Galathilion
Sirannon
Snapdragons
Golasgil
King of the North
River Esgalduin
Second Spring of Arda
Hildigard Took
Rushock Bog
Aftercomers
Tower Hall
Great Barrows
Flambard Took
Worm
River Mitheithel
Durin’s House
Artano
Sauron’s Isle
An Unexpected Party
Dwarf-road
Númendil
Secondborn
Adelard Took
Tanta Hornblower
Westlands of Númenor
Ar-Sakalthôr
Heir of the House of Hador
Fuinur
Pass of Caradhras

Notes

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By the calendar of Bree; modern 28 August 2016.

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