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'''Falasquil''' was a  name given by the [[Noldoli]] to [[Tuor|Tuor's]] dwelling place near [[Mithrim]]. The floor of the cove was white sand; the walls were embellished by Tuor with animals, birds, trees and flowers. His favourite carving was a swan, which eventually became the emblem of his house. Tuor dwelt there for a while, until Ulmo appointed him with the mission to reach [[Gondolin]]. <ref>{{LT2 | III}}, pp. 151-2</ref>
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In early stage of the [[legendarium]], '''Falasquil''' was a  name given by the [[Noldoli]] to [[Tuor|Tuor's]] dwelling place near [[Mithrim]]. The floor of the cove was white sand; the walls were embellished by Tuor with animals, birds, trees and flowers. His favourite carving was a swan, which eventually became the emblem of his house. Tuor dwelt there for a while, until Ulmo appointed him with the mission to reach [[Gondolin]].<ref>{{LT2|III}}, pp. 151-2</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:24, 18 July 2014

In early stage of the legendarium, Falasquil was a name given by the Noldoli to Tuor's dwelling place near Mithrim. The floor of the cove was white sand; the walls were embellished by Tuor with animals, birds, trees and flowers. His favourite carving was a swan, which eventually became the emblem of his house. Tuor dwelt there for a while, until Ulmo appointed him with the mission to reach Gondolin.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin" , pp. 151-2