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Famed for its [[willows]] and its flowered meadows, Nan-tathren was a desolate land.<ref name=S14>{{S|14}}</ref> The region played little part in the history of [[Arda]], and was perhaps inhabited by [[Ents]]<ref>{{webcite|articleurl=http://lalaith.vpsurf.de/Tolkien/The_History_of_Ents.html#FA|articlename=History of the Ents|author=[[Andreas Moehn]]|website=Lalaith}}</ref>.  
 
Famed for its [[willows]] and its flowered meadows, Nan-tathren was a desolate land.<ref name=S14>{{S|14}}</ref> The region played little part in the history of [[Arda]], and was perhaps inhabited by [[Ents]]<ref>{{webcite|articleurl=http://lalaith.vpsurf.de/Tolkien/The_History_of_Ents.html#FA|articlename=History of the Ents|author=[[Andreas Moehn]]|website=Lalaith}}</ref>.  
  
After [[Morgoth]]'s triumph in the [[Nirnaeth Arnoediad]], his [[Orcs]] and [[wolves]] are said to have roamed even the distant southern lands of Nan-tathren and [[Ossiriand]], causing none of the [[Free peoples]] in Beleriand to be secure.<ref>{{S|20}}</ref>
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After [[Morgoth]]'s triumph in the [[Nirnaeth Arnoediad]], his [[Orcs]] and [[wolves]] are said to have roamed even the distant southern lands of Nan-tathren and [[Ossiriand]], causing none of the [[Free Peoples]] in Beleriand to be secure.<ref>{{S|20}}</ref>
  
 
The refugees from [[Gondolin]], led by [[Tuor]], rested in Nan-tathren for a while on their long journey south from their city's ruin. They were healed of their wounds and sorrows by [[Ulmo]]'s power, which was strong in the land from his presence in the River Sirion. There was awakened the sea-longing of Tuor and his son [[Eärendil]].<ref>{{S|23}}</ref>
 
The refugees from [[Gondolin]], led by [[Tuor]], rested in Nan-tathren for a while on their long journey south from their city's ruin. They were healed of their wounds and sorrows by [[Ulmo]]'s power, which was strong in the land from his presence in the River Sirion. There was awakened the sea-longing of Tuor and his son [[Eärendil]].<ref>{{S|23}}</ref>

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