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[[Image:Ted Nasmith - The Burning of the Ships.jpg|thumb|250px|The Burning of the Ships by [[Ted Nasmith]]]]A place at the mouth of the [[Firth of Drengist]], in the cold lands northwest of [[Beleriand]]. It was here that [[Fëanor]] landed at the beginning of the [[First Age]], and gave the order to burn the stolen ships of the [[Teleri]] in which he had sailed to [[Middle-earth]]. His half-brother [[Fingolfin]], trapped in [[Aman]] by this deed, was forced to march across the deadly [[Helcaraxë]] with his people to reach the [[Hither Lands]].
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[[Image:Ted Nasmith - The Burning of the Ships.jpg|thumb|250px|''The Burning of the Ships'' by [[Ted Nasmith]]]]
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'''Losgar''' was a place at the mouth of the [[Firth of Drengist]], in the cold lands northwest of [[Beleriand]]. It was here that [[Fëanor]] landed at the beginning of the [[First Age]], and gave the order to burn the stolen ships of the [[Teleri]] in which he had sailed to [[Middle-earth]]. His half-brother [[Fingolfin]], trapped in [[Aman]] by this deed, was forced to march across the deadly [[Helcaraxë]] with his people to reach the [[Hither Lands]].<ref>{{S|Flight}}</ref>
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Revision as of 18:05, 13 June 2012

The Burning of the Ships by Ted Nasmith

Losgar was a place at the mouth of the Firth of Drengist, in the cold lands northwest of Beleriand. It was here that Fëanor landed at the beginning of the First Age, and gave the order to burn the stolen ships of the Teleri in which he had sailed to Middle-earth. His half-brother Fingolfin, trapped in Aman by this deed, was forced to march across the deadly Helcaraxë with his people to reach the Hither Lands.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Quenta Silmarillion: Of the Flight of the Noldor"