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Realms of Arda

This is a list of the known realms of Arda in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. Major locations within realms, if any, are listed under each. Dates given in brackets refer to the fictional timeline of Arda.

Contents

  • First Age and before 1
    • Realms of the Dwarves 1.1
    • Realm of the Enemy 1.2
    • Realms of the Elves 1.3
      • Noldor realms 1.3.1
      • Sindar realms 1.3.2
      • Avari and Nandor realms 1.3.3
      • Teleri realms 1.3.4
    • Realms of the Edain (Men) 1.4
    • Realms of the Ent 1.5
    • Realms of the Valar 1.6
  • Second Age 2
    • Realms of Men 2.1
      • Númenóreans 2.1.1
      • Others 2.1.2
    • Realms of the Elves 2.2
      • Avarin and Nandorin realms 2.2.1
      • Noldorin realms 2.2.2
      • Sindarin realms 2.2.3
    • Realms of the Dwarves 2.3
    • Realm of the Enemy 2.4
  • Third Age 3
    • Realms of Men 3.1
      • Dúnedain and allies 3.1.1
      • Others 3.1.2
    • Realms of the Elves 3.2
      • Noldor, Sindar, and Sindarized Nandor realms 3.2.1
    • Realms of the Dwarves 3.3
    • Realms of the Hobbits 3.4
    • Realms of the Ents 3.5
    • Realms of the Enemy 3.6
  • Fourth Age 4
    • Realms of Men 4.1
    • Realms of the Dwarves 4.2
    • Realms of the Elves 4.3
  • See also 5
  • External links 6
  • References 7

First Age and before

Realms of the Dwarves

Realm of the Enemy

  • Dor Daedeloth (until the War of Wrath)
    • Angband (founded before the First Age, rebuilt a few years before the rising of the Moon)
    • Utumno (destroyed during the First Age and not rebuilt)

Realms of the Elves

Noldorin realms

Sindarin realms

Avarin and Nandorin realms

Telerin realms

Realms of the Edain (Men)

Realms of the Ents

Realms of the Valar

Second Age

Realms of Men

Númenóreans

Others

Realms of the Elves

Avarin and Nandorin realms

Noldorin realms

Sindarin realms

Realms of the Dwarves

Realm of the Enemy

Third Age

Realms of Men

Dúnedain and allies

Others

Realms of the Elves

Noldorin, Sindarin, and Sindarized Nandorin realms

Realms of the Dwarves

Realms of the Hobbits

Realms of the Ents

Realms of the Enemy

Fourth Age

Realms of Men

Containing within it, the autonomous realms of:

Realms of the Dwarves

Realms of the Elves

  • Greenwood the Great
  • Lórien on both sides of Anduin
  • Elves of Ithilien
  • Remnant of Lindon

See also

External links

  • Map of Middle-Earth, showing the movements of characters from both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film series
  • Interactive map of Middle Earth, based on a rendition by Daniel Reeve, props maker[1] for the Peter Jackson films

References

  1. ^ The Lord of the Rings - Full cast and crew - Art department — IMDb
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