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On Anduin, as the river flowed between the Wold of Rohan to the west and the Brown Lands to the east
Limlight flowed into Anduin immediately above the Undeeps
From Old English undéop, 'shallow', so the Undeeps were the 'Shallows' of the Great River
Other names
Divided into the North Undeep and the South Undeep


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The meanderings of the Great River

The two great westward loops made by the River Anduin as it flowed past the Field of Celebrant and the Wold.

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