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Lake Mithrim

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Mithrim formed a part of [[Hithlum]], and was the south-western corner of it, bordering [[Dor-lómin]] to the east, from which it was divided by the '''Mountains of Mithrim'''. '''Mithrim'''s climate was the same as Hithlums the air was cool and the winters was cold but it was a fair land.
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'''Lake of Mithrim''' was the body of water north of [[Beleriand]] where the [[Noldor]] first dwelt in [[Middle-earth]]: the [[Sons of Fëanor]] on the northern shore and [[Fingolfin]]'s host on the southern shore.
 
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The area was home to a great lake, the '''Lake of Mithrim''', which was the body of water north of [[Beleriand]] where the [[Noldor]] first dwelt in [[Middle-earth]]: the [[Sons of Fëanor]] on the northern shore and [[Fingolfin]]'s host on the southern shore.
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The Ñoldor dwelt here for a while until their feud was healed, and they removed to other lands. Mithrim was also home to [[Sindar]]in [[Elves]], who soon mingled with the Ñoldor after they had learned [[Sindarin]].
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Later in the [[First Age]] Mithrim was ruled by [[Fingolfin]], as it formed the most densely populated part of Hithlum.
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Revision as of 23:51, 20 October 2005

Lake of Mithrim was the body of water north of Beleriand where the Noldor first dwelt in Middle-earth: the Sons of Fëanor on the northern shore and Fingolfin's host on the southern shore.