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'''Bindbole Wood''' was a small wood in the southern part of the [[Northfarthing]] in the [[Shire]].
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'''Bindbole Wood''' was a small wood in the southern part of the [[Northfarthing]] in [[the Shire]].
  
The name appears in the map of the Shire, but the letter ''o'' n the 1954 edition was not very clear; thus the name has been rendered '''Bindbale''' in many later maps (e.g. by [[Barbara Strachey]] and [[Karen Wynn Fonstad]]), and elsewhere, like in [[Robert Foster]]'s ''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]'' (s.v. ''Bindbale'').
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The name appears in the map of the Shire,<ref>{{FR|Part}}</ref> but the letter ''o'' in the 1954 edition was not very clear; thus the name has been rendered '''Bindbale''' in many later maps (e.g. by [[Barbara Strachey]] and [[Karen Wynn Fonstad]]), and elsewhere, like in [[Robert Foster]]'s ''[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]'' (s.v. ''Bindbale'').
  
 
Even Tolkien himself referred to ''Bindbale'' in a manuscript note when he was preparing the document later known as ''[[Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings|Nomenclature]]''.<ref>[[Wayne G. Hammond]], [[Christina Scull]] (2008), ''[[The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion]]'', p. lvii</ref>
 
Even Tolkien himself referred to ''Bindbale'' in a manuscript note when he was preparing the document later known as ''[[Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings|Nomenclature]]''.<ref>[[Wayne G. Hammond]], [[Christina Scull]] (2008), ''[[The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion]]'', p. lvii</ref>
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Latest revision as of 18:36, 13 June 2012

Bindbole Wood was a small wood in the southern part of the Northfarthing in the Shire.

The name appears in the map of the Shire,[1] but the letter o in the 1954 edition was not very clear; thus the name has been rendered Bindbale in many later maps (e.g. by Barbara Strachey and Karen Wynn Fonstad), and elsewhere, like in Robert Foster's The Complete Guide to Middle-earth (s.v. Bindbale).

Even Tolkien himself referred to Bindbale in a manuscript note when he was preparing the document later known as Nomenclature.[2]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "A Part of the Shire" map
  2. Wayne G. Hammond, Christina Scull (2008), The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion, p. lvii