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Although the kingdom of Angmar had been defeated and destroyed, so too had Arthedain come to an end. Fornost was abandoned and became a place of fear, acquiring the name Deadmen's Dike.<ref>{{FR|II2}}</ref> Other than visits by [[Rangers of the North]], the North Downs remained uninhabited for the remainder of the [[Third Age]]. In the [[Fourth Age]] though men may have returned to the North Downs; most likely [[Aragorn|King Elessar]] visited Fornost when he came north to dwell by Lake Evendim for awhile in {{FoA|15}}.<ref>{{App|Later}}</ref>
 
Although the kingdom of Angmar had been defeated and destroyed, so too had Arthedain come to an end. Fornost was abandoned and became a place of fear, acquiring the name Deadmen's Dike.<ref>{{FR|II2}}</ref> Other than visits by [[Rangers of the North]], the North Downs remained uninhabited for the remainder of the [[Third Age]]. In the [[Fourth Age]] though men may have returned to the North Downs; most likely [[Aragorn|King Elessar]] visited Fornost when he came north to dwell by Lake Evendim for awhile in {{FoA|15}}.<ref>{{App|Later}}</ref>
  
==Portrayal in adaptations==
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== Portrayal in Adaptations ==
 
[[File:The Lord of the Rings Online - North Downs map.jpg|thumb|left|Map of the North Downs from ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]''.]]
 
[[File:The Lord of the Rings Online - North Downs map.jpg|thumb|left|Map of the North Downs from ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]''.]]
 
'''2007: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''
 
'''2007: ''[[The Lord of the Rings Online]]'':'''

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