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Michel Delving

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[[Image:Michel Delving.jpg|thumb|''Michel Delving'' by Eric David Anderson]]
 
'''Michel Delving''' was the chief town of the [[Shire]] in the [[White Downs]], that lay in the [[Westfarthing]] of the Shire.  The large town was unofficially considered to be more or less the "capital" of the Shire. The [[Mathom-house]] could be found in '''Michel Delving'''.  The [[Mayor of Michel Delving]] was an important official in the Shire, particularly as Postmaster for the entire region, and was often unofficially considered to be the "Mayor of the Shire"
 
'''Michel Delving''' was the chief town of the [[Shire]] in the [[White Downs]], that lay in the [[Westfarthing]] of the Shire.  The large town was unofficially considered to be more or less the "capital" of the Shire. The [[Mathom-house]] could be found in '''Michel Delving'''.  The [[Mayor of Michel Delving]] was an important official in the Shire, particularly as Postmaster for the entire region, and was often unofficially considered to be the "Mayor of the Shire"
  

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File:Michel Delving.jpg
Michel Delving by Eric David Anderson

Michel Delving was the chief town of the Shire in the White Downs, that lay in the Westfarthing of the Shire. The large town was unofficially considered to be more or less the "capital" of the Shire. The Mathom-house could be found in Michel Delving. The Mayor of Michel Delving was an important official in the Shire, particularly as Postmaster for the entire region, and was often unofficially considered to be the "Mayor of the Shire"

Etymology

Its name means simply "Large Excavation". Michel and mickle- (cf. Mickleburg) are archaic words meaning "large".

Portrayal in adaptations

2007: The Lord of the Rings Online:

Hobbits are able to quick travel to Michel Delving if they have earned the trait, have it equiped and have one travel ration.