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The chief of all the [[palantíri]], both in [[Aman]] and [[Middle-earth]], which was held in the [[Tower of Avallónë]] on the [[Lonely Isle]] of [[Tol Eressëa]]. It was said that the Seeing-stone in [[Elostirion]] in the [[Tower Hills]] could be used to look back along the [[Straight Road]] and glimpse the [[Masterstone's Tower]].  
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The '''Master-stone''' was the chief of all the [[palantíri]], both in [[Aman]] and [[Middle-earth]], which was held in the [[Tower of Avallónë]] on the [[Lonely Isle]] of [[Tol Eressëa]]. It was said that the Seeing-stone in [[Elostirion]] in the [[Tower Hills]] could be used to look back along the [[Straight Road]] and glimpse the Tower.<ref>{{S|Rings}}</ref>
  
The Stone of Avallónë is variously named the "'Masterstone'" or ''Master-stone''. Confusingly, there was also a 'Master Stone', the palantír of [[Osgiliath]], but this was a lesser Stone than the Masterstone in Avallónë, having power only over other palantíri in [[Middle-earth]].
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The Stone of Avallónë is variously named the "'Masterstone'" or ''Master-stone''. There was also a 'Master Stone' of [[Middle-earth]], the palantír of [[Osgiliath]], but this was a lesser Stone than the Masterstone in Avallónë, having power only over other palantíri in [[Middle-earth]].<ref>{{UT|Palantiri}}</ref>
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Revision as of 07:25, 16 July 2012

The Master-stone was the chief of all the palantíri, both in Aman and Middle-earth, which was held in the Tower of Avallónë on the Lonely Isle of Tol Eressëa. It was said that the Seeing-stone in Elostirion in the Tower Hills could be used to look back along the Straight Road and glimpse the Tower.[1]

The Stone of Avallónë is variously named the "'Masterstone'" or Master-stone. There was also a 'Master Stone' of Middle-earth, the palantír of Osgiliath, but this was a lesser Stone than the Masterstone in Avallónë, having power only over other palantíri in Middle-earth.[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Silmarillion, "Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Unfinished Tales, "The Palantíri"
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)