Crossword Puzzle

© 2001 Michael Kennedy
 

This article originally appeared in Amon Hen 171


 
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A lady of the Valar, the younger sister of
Yananna and spouse of Oromë (4)
A small village found in the Eastfarthing (8)
A loremaster & minstrel to Thingol of Doriath (6)
'The Singers"; the name by which the Teleri
of Valinor called themselves (6)
Thorondor was one (5)
The eleventh King of Arthedain (7)
The 'Hill of Sight" that stood on the western
banks of the Anduin, above the Falls of Rauros
- also a notable Tolkien bulletin (4,3)
The grandson of Bard the slayer of Smaug (5)
The second son of Thráin II, and younger
brother of Thorin II Oakenshield, who was
killed at the Battle of Nanduhirion (6)
This river whose name means 'Coldflood', is a
tributary of the Morthond (6)
A descendent of Bëor the Old, who fathered
Morwen Eledhwen & thus was the grandfather
of Túrin Turambar (8)
The river that flowed from Nan Curunír south
through the Gap of Rohan and then west to the
Sea (4)
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Noldorian name for the Moon, meaning wayward (4)
The Golden Tree of Valinor (8)
The Teleri especially revered these birds (5)
An epithet for Tolkien, used by his close friends (7)
The little-known lands in the far east of
Middle-Earth, from where many attacks on
Gondor & its allies came during the 3rd Age (4)
The only son of Aragorn & Arwen,
born in the 4th Age (8)
Queen to Tar-Meneldur, the 5th King of
Númenór, and mother to Tar-Aldarion (8)
The mariner who sailed the Great Sea at the end
of the First Age (8)
A famous navigator of early Númenórean
history, who served as Captain of the King's
Ships under Tar-Elendil, the 4th King of
Númenór (7)
This hobbit ultimately possessed only 19 digits (5)
From the House of Bëor, she was the daughter of
Belegund. Later she wedded Huor and became the
mother of Tuor and the grandmother of Eärendil the
Mariner (4)
The Sindarin name for the season of summer (4)



 

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