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'''Ivanneth''' was the name among the [[Dúnedain]] for the ninth month of the year, more commonly known in [[Middle-earth]] by its [[Quenya]] title, [[Yavannië]], and approximately equivalent to modern September. Its name comes from the words ''[[yávë]]'' ("fruit") and ''[[anna]]'' ("gift"), a reference to the harvests of autumn, and connected to the name of [[Yavanna]], the [[Valar|Vala]] of earth and growth.  
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'''Ivanneth''' was the name among the [[Dúnedain]] for the ninth month of the year, more commonly known in [[Middle-earth]] by its [[Quenya]] title, [[Yavannië]], and approximately equivalent to modern September. Its name comes from the words ''[[yávë]]'' ("fruit") and ''[[anna]]'' ("gift"), a reference to the harvests of autumn, and connected to the name of [[Yavanna]], the [[Valar|Vala]] of earth and growth.<ref>{{App|Calendars}}</ref>
 
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The month of Ivanneth in the second year of the [[Third Age]] is historically important as the time when [[Isildur]] set out from [[Osgiliath]] to ride for the [[Arnor|North-kingdom]] of the Dúnedain. Before the month was out, he and his companions were set upon by [[Orcs]] out of the autumn-coloured trees of [[Mirkwood]], and the [[The One Ring|Ring]] Isildur bore was lost in the [[Anduin|Great River]].
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The month of Ivanneth in the second year of the [[Third Age]] is historically important as the time when [[Isildur]] set out from [[Osgiliath]] to ride for the [[Arnor|North-kingdom]] of the Dúnedain. Before the month was out, he and his companions were set upon by [[Orcs]] out of the autumn-coloured trees of [[Mirkwood]], and the [[The One Ring|Ring]] Isildur bore was lost in the [[Anduin|Great River]].<ref>{{UT|Gladden}}</ref>
  
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Template:Youmay Ivanneth was the name among the Dúnedain for the ninth month of the year, more commonly known in Middle-earth by its Quenya title, Yavannië, and approximately equivalent to modern September. Its name comes from the words yávë ("fruit") and anna ("gift"), a reference to the harvests of autumn, and connected to the name of Yavanna, the Vala of earth and growth.[1]

The month of Ivanneth in the second year of the Third Age is historically important as the time when Isildur set out from Osgiliath to ride for the North-kingdom of the Dúnedain. Before the month was out, he and his companions were set upon by Orcs out of the autumn-coloured trees of Mirkwood, and the Ring Isildur bore was lost in the Great River.[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, Appendix D, "The Calendars"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "The Disaster of the Gladden Fields"