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'''Elvenhome''' almost always refers to [[Eldamar]] (which is 'Elvenhome' in the Elves' own tongue), the homeland of the Elves in [[Aman]], but also was a general term for a land inhabited by [[Elves]].
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'''Elvenhome''' almost always refers to [[Eldamar]] (which is 'Elvenhome' in the Elves' own tongue), the homeland of the Elves in [[Aman]]<ref>{{S|Index}}</ref>, but also was a general term for a land inhabited by [[Elves]].
  
 
For example Elvenhome can also refer to [[Doriath]]<ref>{{FR|knife}}</ref> and an Elvenhome is mentioned in the [[Hobbit]]-poem ''[[The Hoard]]''<ref>{{AB|14}}</ref>, obviously modelled after [[Nargothrond]].
 
For example Elvenhome can also refer to [[Doriath]]<ref>{{FR|knife}}</ref> and an Elvenhome is mentioned in the [[Hobbit]]-poem ''[[The Hoard]]''<ref>{{AB|14}}</ref>, obviously modelled after [[Nargothrond]].
 
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Revision as of 13:34, 29 March 2012

Elvenhome almost always refers to Eldamar (which is 'Elvenhome' in the Elves' own tongue), the homeland of the Elves in Aman[1], but also was a general term for a land inhabited by Elves.

For example Elvenhome can also refer to Doriath[2] and an Elvenhome is mentioned in the Hobbit-poem The Hoard[3], obviously modelled after Nargothrond.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Index of Names"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, "The Hoard"