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Many days after they passed Ireland the voyagers were exhausted. A "dreamlike death" seemed to come over them, and soon they passed out. The last that is known of the journey is that Tréowine saw the world plunge down under them, while sailing the [[Straight Road]].
 
Many days after they passed Ireland the voyagers were exhausted. A "dreamlike death" seemed to come over them, and soon they passed out. The last that is known of the journey is that Tréowine saw the world plunge down under them, while sailing the [[Straight Road]].
  
When Ælfwine woke up, he found himself lying on a beach of [[Tol Eressëa]] and a group of [[Elves]] pulling up his ship on the shore. He came to [[Tavrobel]], where lived [[Pengolodh]] who told him the [[Ainulindalë]],<ref>{{HM|MR}}</ref> and he was shown the ''[[Lammas]]'',<ref>{{LR|Lhammas}}</ref> the ''[[Quenta Silmarillion]]'', the [[Golden Book]],<ref>{{LR|Quenta}}</ref> the ''[[Narn i Chîn Húrin (tale)|Narn i Chîn Húrin]]'',<ref>{{WJ|Aelfwine}}</ref> and the [[The Annals of Aman|Annals of Aman]] and [[Annals of Beleriand|Beleriand]].  
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When Ælfwine woke up, he found himself lying on a beach of [[Tol Eressëa]] and a group of [[Elves]] pulling up his ship on the shore. He came to [[Tavrobel]], where lived [[Pengolodh]] who told him the [[Ainulindalë (chapter)|Ainulindalë]],<ref>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[Christopher Tolkien]] (ed.), ''[[Morgoth's Ring]]''</ref> and he was shown the ''[[Lammas]]'',<ref>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[Christopher Tolkien]] (ed.), ''[[The Lost Road and Other Writings]]'', "[[Lhammas]]"</ref> the ''[[Quenta Silmarillion]]'', the [[Golden Book]],<ref>[[J.R.R. Tolkien]], [[Christopher Tolkien]] (ed.), ''[[The Lost Road and Other Writings]]'', "Quenta Silmarillion"</ref> the ''[[Narn i Chîn Húrin (tale)|Narn i Chîn Húrin]]'',<ref>{{WJ|Aelfwine}}</ref> and the [[The Annals of Aman|Annals of Aman]] and [[Annals of Beleriand|Beleriand]].  
  
 
Ælfwine learned much of this lore. When he returned to England, he translated the Silmarillion, the Annals and the ''Narn'' into Old English, giving explanations on the many names.
 
Ælfwine learned much of this lore. When he returned to England, he translated the Silmarillion, the Annals and the ''Narn'' into Old English, giving explanations on the many names.

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