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The River '''Isen''' (or '''''Sîr Angren''''' in [[Sindarin]]<ref>{{UT|Wife}}, Note 6, p. 214</ref>) was a river in [[Middle-earth]].
 
The River '''Isen''' (or '''''Sîr Angren''''' in [[Sindarin]]<ref>{{UT|Wife}}, Note 6, p. 214</ref>) was a river in [[Middle-earth]].
 
==Course==
 
==Course==
The source of the river was in the southern [[Misty Mountains]], first flowing south through [[Nan Curunír]] and across the [[Gap of Rohan]] to the edge of the [[White Mountains]], where it abruptly bent west and ran to the sea of [[Belegaer]].  At a distance of about 50 [[lár|lári]] west of the [[Gap of Rohan]], the Isen was joined by its tributary, the river [[Adorn]].<ref>{{UT|Map}}</ref>  The [[North-South Road]] crossed the river at the [[Fords of Isen]] where there was a small eyot.<ref>{{UT|Isen}}, p. 356</ref> About a mile east of the gates of Isengard, a bridge had been built over the Isen where it ran through a deep channel.<ref>{{TT|III9}}</ref>
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The source of the river was in the southern [[Misty Mountains]], first flowing south through [[Nan Curunír]] and across the [[Gap of Rohan]] to the edge of the [[White Mountains]], where it abruptly bent west and ran to the sea of [[Belegaer]].  At a distance of about 50 [[lár|lári]] west of the [[Gap of Rohan]], the Isen was joined by its tributary, the river [[Adorn]].<ref>{{UT|Map}}</ref>  The [[North-South Road]] crossed the river at the [[Fords of Isen]] where there was a small eyot.<ref>{{UT|Isen}}, p. 356</ref>
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

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