Tolkien Gateway

Entwives

(Difference between revisions)
(Changed Entwives essay to internal link)
(Added an image)
Line 3: Line 3:
 
:I think that in fact the Entwives had disappeared for good, being destroyed with their gardens in the War of the Last Alliance (Second Age 3429 – 3441) when Sauron pursued a scorched earth policy and burned their land against the advance of the Allies down the Anduin...
 
:I think that in fact the Entwives had disappeared for good, being destroyed with their gardens in the War of the Last Alliance (Second Age 3429 – 3441) when Sauron pursued a scorched earth policy and burned their land against the advance of the Allies down the Anduin...
  
 +
[[Image:Daniel Govar - Entwife.jpg|thumb|left|''Entwife'' by [[Daniel Govar]].]]
 
===See also===
 
===See also===
 
* [[:Category:Images of Entwives|Images of Entwives]]
 
* [[:Category:Images of Entwives|Images of Entwives]]

Revision as of 00:38, 6 May 2006

The mates of the Ents, who had their gardens in the regions later known as the Brown Lands. When Sauron blasted that region, the Entwives escaped into the wilds of Middle-earth and were lost to the Ents (or so the Ents themselves believed). There is some speculation that they may have went into northern Eriador but little evidence exists. One of the primary daggers on the survival of the Entwives is found in Letter #144 by J.R.R. Tolkien which states:

I think that in fact the Entwives had disappeared for good, being destroyed with their gardens in the War of the Last Alliance (Second Age 3429 – 3441) when Sauron pursued a scorched earth policy and burned their land against the advance of the Allies down the Anduin...
Entwife by Daniel Govar.

See also


External Links