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Imlad Morgul

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'''Imlad Morgul''' was the valley among the western slopes of the [[Ephel Dúath]] where [[Minas Morgul]] (originally [[Minas Ithil]]) stood. This name was used in the later [[Third Age]] after the capture of the tower by the [[Nazgûl]].
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'''Imlad Morgul''', meaning "(Deep/Narrow) Valley of Black Sorcery" (from ''[[imlad]]'' + ''[[morgul]]'') in [[Sindarin]], was the valley among the western slopes of the [[Ephel Dúath]] where [[Minas Morgul]] (originally [[Minas Ithil]]) stood. This name was used in the later [[Third Age]] after the capture of the tower by the [[Nazgûl]].
  
 
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The main article for this subject is located at Morgul Vale.

Imlad Morgul, meaning "(Deep/Narrow) Valley of Black Sorcery" (from imlad + morgul) in Sindarin, was the valley among the western slopes of the Ephel Dúath where Minas Morgul (originally Minas Ithil) stood. This name was used in the later Third Age after the capture of the tower by the Nazgûl.