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Lampwrights' Street

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'''Lampwrights' Street''', or ''[[Rath Celerdain]]'' in [[Sindarin]], was a street on the lowest tier of [[Minas Tirith]]. Other than the famed [[Old Guesthouse]], it housed the fabricators of the city's many lamps.  
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'''Lampwrights' Street''', or ''[[Rath Celerdain]]'' in [[Sindarin]], was a street on the lowest tier of [[Minas Tirith (Gondor)|Minas Tirith]]. Other than the famed [[Old Guesthouse]], it housed the fabricators of the city's many lamps.  
  
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==Portrayal in Adaptations==
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In [[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]], one of the streets in the Minas Tirith set was christened the Lampwrights' Street. It had a sign of a lamp in framework, and according to [[Grant Major]] it housed the metalworkers of the city.
 
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Revision as of 03:52, 7 June 2008

Lampwrights' Street, or Rath Celerdain in Sindarin, was a street on the lowest tier of Minas Tirith. Other than the famed Old Guesthouse, it housed the fabricators of the city's many lamps.

Portrayal in Adaptations

In Peter Jackson's The Return of the King, one of the streets in the Minas Tirith set was christened the Lampwrights' Street. It had a sign of a lamp in framework, and according to Grant Major it housed the metalworkers of the city.