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Haudh in Gwanûr

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[[Image:Haudh in Gwanur.jpg|thumb|''Haudh-in-Gwanûr'' by Douglas Chaffe]]
 
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'''Haudh in Gwanur''' was the mound raised on the banks of the [[Poros]] by the [[Men]] of [[Rohan]] to entomb their lords [[Folcred]] and [[Fastred, son of Folcwine|Fastred]], twin sons of [[Folcwine]] slain in battle with [[Harad]]. It is said that that all enemies of [[Gondor]] were afraid to pass the tomb.<ref>{{App|Stewards}}</ref>
 
'''Haudh in Gwanur''' was the mound raised on the banks of the [[Poros]] by the [[Men]] of [[Rohan]] to entomb their lords [[Folcred]] and [[Fastred, son of Folcwine|Fastred]], twin sons of [[Folcwine]] slain in battle with [[Harad]]. It is said that that all enemies of [[Gondor]] were afraid to pass the tomb.<ref>{{App|Stewards}}</ref>
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==Etymology==
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''Haudh in Gwanur'' means "Mound of the Twins" in [[Sindarin]].
 
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File:Haudh in Gwanur.jpg
Haudh-in-Gwanûr by Douglas Chaffe

Haudh in Gwanur was the mound raised on the banks of the Poros by the Men of Rohan to entomb their lords Folcred and Fastred, twin sons of Folcwine slain in battle with Harad. It is said that that all enemies of Gondor were afraid to pass the tomb.[1]

Etymology

Haudh in Gwanur means "Mound of the Twins" in Sindarin.

Portrayal in adaptations

1995-8: Middle-earth Collectible Card Game:

Haudh-in-Gwanûr is a site in Harondor, where players face an attack by Undead.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix A, "The Númenorean Kings", "Gondor and the Heirs of Anárion", "The Stewards"