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'''The Tolkien Society Forodrim''' was founded in Sweden in [[1972]] and is one of the oldest [[Tolkien fandom|Tolkien fan organizations]].
 
'''The Tolkien Society Forodrim''' was founded in Sweden in [[1972]] and is one of the oldest [[Tolkien fandom|Tolkien fan organizations]].
  
The Society has an especially active group interested in [[Tolkienian linguistics]], ''Mellonath Daeron''. The Forodrim also supports the publication ''[[Arda (annual)|Arda]]''.
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The Society has/had an especially active group interested in [[Languages#Elvish_scholarship|Tolkienian linguistics]], ''Mellonath Daeron''. The Forodrim also supports/supported the publication of ''[[Arda (annual)|Arda]]''.
  
 
''Forodrim'' is [[Sindarin]] for "People of the North".
 
''Forodrim'' is [[Sindarin]] for "People of the North".
  
 
==Members of Note==
 
==Members of Note==
[[Anders Stenstrom|Anders Stenström (a.k.a. Beregond)]] and [[Åke Bertenstam]].
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*[[Anders Stenstrom|Anders Stenström (a.k.a. Beregond)]]
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*[[Åke Bertenstam]].
  
 
==Costumes & Hierarchy & Heraldry==
 
==Costumes & Hierarchy & Heraldry==
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* Mellonath Gobennas, the guild of history
 
* Mellonath Gobennas, the guild of history
 
* Mellonath Dineth, the guild of dance
 
* Mellonath Dineth, the guild of dance
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==Uppsala==
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[[Cerin Erain]] is the Uppsala chapter of Forodrim.
  
 
==Publications==
 
==Publications==

Revision as of 13:33, 8 December 2011

The Tolkien Society Forodrim was founded in Sweden in 1972 and is one of the oldest Tolkien fan organizations.

The Society has/had an especially active group interested in Tolkienian linguistics, Mellonath Daeron. The Forodrim also supports/supported the publication of Arda.

Forodrim is Sindarin for "People of the North".

Contents

Members of Note

Costumes & Hierarchy & Heraldry

Forodrim is a unique Tolkien society in that has a hierarchical feudal membership structure whereby membership duration and involvement provides for a higher level. In addition, Forodrim requires members to appear in medieval / Middle-earth attire at events. Forodrim also has a strong focus on Middle-earth heraldry.

Guilds

As at 2011, Forodrim has a number of guilds:

  • Mellonath Daeron, the guild of languages
  • Mellonath Gobennas, the guild of history
  • Mellonath Dineth, the guild of dance

Uppsala

Cerin Erain is the Uppsala chapter of Forodrim.

Publications

External links