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Dates
Destroyed at the end of the First Age
Location
Flowing north to south through West Beleriand
Settlements
Source
Eithel Ivrin on the southern slopes of Ered Wethrin
Tributaries
Outflow
Pronunciation
na'rog
Meaning
'Rushing'

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River Narog

One of the great rivers of Beleriand

Map of the River Narog

Greatest of the tributaries of Sirion; it rose in the Ered Wethrin, at the Pools of Ivrin, and flowed southwards for many leagues until it met Sirion near its Mouths in the land of Nan-tathren.


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