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'''Amon Anwar''' ([[Sindarin|S.]] ''[[amon]]'' "hill" + ''[[anwar]]'' "awe") was the original [[Sindarin]] name for the hill known to the [[Rohirrim]] as the '''Halifirien''' ([[Rohirric|Roh.]] ''[[halig]]'' "holy" + ''[[firgen]]'' "mountain").  The last of the beacon-hills of [[Gondor]], it stood on the borders of the land of [[Rohan]], and the secret [[Tomb of Elendil]] lay there for many centuries.
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'''Amon Anwar''' ([[Sindarin|S.]] ''[[amon]]'' "hill" + ''[[anwar]]'' "awe") was the original [[Sindarin]] name for the hill known to the [[Rohirrim]] as the '''Halifirien''' ([[Rohirric|Roh.]] ''[[halig]]'' "holy" + ''[[firgen]]'' "mountain") because the secret [[Tomb of Elendil]] lay there for many centuries.   
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The last of the beacon-hills of [[Gondor]], it was originally named [[Eilenaer]] and stood on the borders of the land of [[Rohan]].
  
 
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Revision as of 15:58, 21 March 2009

Amon Anwar (S. amon "hill" + anwar "awe") was the original Sindarin name for the hill known to the Rohirrim as the Halifirien (Roh. halig "holy" + firgen "mountain") because the secret Tomb of Elendil lay there for many centuries.

The last of the beacon-hills of Gondor, it was originally named Eilenaer and stood on the borders of the land of Rohan.