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The name given by the people of [[Lórien]] to their lands between the courses of the rivers [[Anduin]] and [[Celebrant]]. These were the most populated parts of the country, where the tree-city of [[Caras Galadhon]] was to be found. The name is rendered into English as the 'Angle' (a name not to be confused with the point between the rivers [[Hoarwell]] and [[Loudwater]], far to the northwest of [[Lórien]], which shared this name).
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'''Egladil''' was the name given by the [[Galadhrim|people of Lórien]] to their lands between the courses of the rivers [[Anduin]] and [[Celebrant]].<ref>{{FR|II6}}</ref> These were the most populated parts of the country, where the tree-city of [[Caras Galadhon]] was to be found. The name is rendered into English as the "[[Angle of Lórien|Angle]]" (a name not to be confused with [[Angle of Eriador|the point]] between the rivers [[Hoarwell]] and [[Loudwater]], far to the northwest of [[Lothlórien|Lórien]], which shared this name).
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Latest revision as of 18:32, 13 June 2012

Egladil was the name given by the people of Lórien to their lands between the courses of the rivers Anduin and Celebrant.[1] These were the most populated parts of the country, where the tree-city of Caras Galadhon was to be found. The name is rendered into English as the "Angle" (a name not to be confused with the point between the rivers Hoarwell and Loudwater, far to the northwest of Lórien, which shared this name).

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "Lothlórien"