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'''Dor Dínen''' was a small, roughly triangular region to the east of [[Nan Dungortheb]] that lay between the upper courses of the rivers [[Esgalduin]] and [[Aros]]. It was crossed by a road passing from the stone bridge of [[Iant Iaur]] on Esgalduin to the ford of the [[Arossiach]] on Aros. Its southern edge met the forests of [[Doriath]], so that during the [[First Age]] it bordered on the magical [[Girdle of Melian]] that prevented entry into [[Thingol]]'s woods.<ref>{{S|Map}}</ref>
 
'''Dor Dínen''' was a small, roughly triangular region to the east of [[Nan Dungortheb]] that lay between the upper courses of the rivers [[Esgalduin]] and [[Aros]]. It was crossed by a road passing from the stone bridge of [[Iant Iaur]] on Esgalduin to the ford of the [[Arossiach]] on Aros. Its southern edge met the forests of [[Doriath]], so that during the [[First Age]] it bordered on the magical [[Girdle of Melian]] that prevented entry into [[Thingol]]'s woods.<ref>{{S|Map}}</ref>
 
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Revision as of 22:50, 5 March 2012

Dor Dínen
Region
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General Information
LocationBetween Esgalduin and Aros, N. of Doriath, S. of Ered Gorgoroth
TypeRegion
Description"Where nothing dwelt"
GalleryImages of Dor Dínen

Dor Dínen was a small, roughly triangular region to the east of Nan Dungortheb that lay between the upper courses of the rivers Esgalduin and Aros. It was crossed by a road passing from the stone bridge of Iant Iaur on Esgalduin to the ford of the Arossiach on Aros. Its southern edge met the forests of Doriath, so that during the First Age it bordered on the magical Girdle of Melian that prevented entry into Thingol's woods.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North"