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'''Glirhuin''' was a seer and harp-player who lived in the Forest of [[Brethil]] in the [[First Age]].  He composed a song that said that the [[Stone of the Hapless]] would never be defiled by [[Morgoth]] nor sink below the sea (and indeed after [[Beleriand]] fell beneath the waves still [[Tol Morwen]] stood alone above the waters).<ref>{{S|Doriath}}</ref>
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'''Glirhuin''' was a [[Men of Brethil|Man of Brethil]], a [[Seers|seer]] and [[Minstrels|harp-player]] who lived in the Forest of [[Brethil]] in the [[First Age]].   
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He composed a song that said that the [[Stone of the Hapless]] would never be defiled by [[Morgoth]] nor sink below the sea. Indeed after [[Beleriand]] fell beneath the waves still [[Tol Morwen]] stood alone above the waters.<ref>{{S|Doriath}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 21:15, 2 May 2013

Glirhuin
Adan
Biographical Information
PositionSeer and harp-player of Brethil
LocationBrethil
BirthFirst Age (6th century)[1]
Physical Description
GenderMale

Glirhuin was a Man of Brethil, a seer and harp-player who lived in the Forest of Brethil in the First Age.

He composed a song that said that the Stone of the Hapless would never be defiled by Morgoth nor sink below the sea. Indeed after Beleriand fell beneath the waves still Tol Morwen stood alone above the waters.[2]

References

  1. Robert Foster, The Complete Guide to Middle-earth, entry "Glirhuin"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of the Ruin of Doriath"