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The site was last updated on 4 Víressë.1 There are 4,378 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.

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
Ulfast
Half-elven
Third Tower of Gondor
The Ship and the Silver Swan
Morgulduin
Two Captains
Lanthir Lamath
Hobbits of the Shire
Cloudyhead
Hope
Methedras
Mountain Kingdom
Lord of Lothlórien
Lord of the Havens
Vales of Sirion
Ar-Zimrathôn
Lord of the Tower of Guard
Bladorthin
Fathers of the Númenóreans
Old Grange
River Celduin
Land of the Elves
Locusts
Timeless Void
Éadig
King of the Elves
Léofa
The greenhanded
Cotman
Lithedays
Daisy Gamgee
The Pool
Isilmo
Zamîn
Shadow of the East
Lord of the Dark
Aranel
Lord of Deeping-coomb
Anárion
Chieftain of the North
Háma
Ancalimë
Exiles of Gondolin
Straight Stair
Deadmen’s Dike
River Lune
Land of Mist
Window on the West
Horse-country

Notes

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By the Steward's Reckoning of Gondor; modern 27 March 2017.

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