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'''''"Dagnir Glaurunga"''''' was the title inscribed on the tall grey stone that marked [[Túrin Turambar|Túrin]]'s burial mound by [[Cabed Naeramarth]] above the swirling waters of the [[Taeglin|Taeglin River]]. Carved in the [[Angerthas Daeron|Runes of Doriath]], they commemorated his heroic slaying of the dragon [[Glaurung]] — ''Dagnir Glaurunga'' means "Bane of Glaurung".
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'''''"Dagnir Glaurunga"''''' was the title inscribed on the tall grey stone that marked [[Túrin]]'s burial mound by [[Cabed Naeramarth]] above the swirling waters of the [[Taeglin|Taeglin River]]. Carved in the [[Angerthas Daeron|Runes of Doriath]], they commemorated his heroic slaying of the dragon [[Glaurung]] — ''Dagnir Glaurunga'' means "[[Glaurung's Bane]]".<ref>{{CH|18}}</ref>
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Latest revision as of 06:41, 29 January 2012

"Dagnir Glaurunga" was the title inscribed on the tall grey stone that marked Túrin's burial mound by Cabed Naeramarth above the swirling waters of the Taeglin River. Carved in the Runes of Doriath, they commemorated his heroic slaying of the dragon GlaurungDagnir Glaurunga means "Glaurung's Bane".[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Children of Húrin, "The Death of Túrin"