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[] that stood in [[Isildur]]'s ancient fortress of [[Minas Ithil]] . was captured by the [[Nazgûl]] in the [], and was used by [[Sauron]] to entrap [[Saruman]] and [[Denethor]] during the [[War of the Ring]].
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Ithil-stone was the palantír that stood in Isildur's ancient fortress of Minas Ithil placed there soon after the founding of the city. The stone was captured by the Nazgûl in T.A. 2002 when the city fell to them (being known afterwards as Minas Morgul), and was used by Sauron to entrap Saruman and deceive Denethor during the War of the Ring. It is likely that the stone was destroyed in the fall of Barad-dûr.
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix B, "The Third Age"
- ↑ J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "The Palantíri"
|Stones of Arnor||† Annúminas-stone (Annúminas) · Elostirion-stone (Elostirion - Valinor) · † Amon Sûl-stone (Amon Sûl - Fornost)|
|Stones of Gondor||† Osgiliath-stone (Osgiliath) · † Ithil-stone (Minas Ithil - Barad-dûr) · Anor-stone (Minas Tirith) · Orthanc-stone (Orthanc - Minas Tirith)|
|Other||Master-stone (Tower of Avallonë)|