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'''Penlod''' (or '''Penlodh''') was a tall elf-lord of [[Gondolin]], mentioned several times in the ''[[Fall of Gondolin]]''. He was described as the tallest of the [[Noldoli]]<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref>, and chief of both the [[House of the Pillar]] and the [[House of the Tower of Snow]].  He perished during the Fall after the death of [[Rog]] and the retreat further back into the city, "with his back to the wall."<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref>
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'''Penlod''' (or '''Penlodh''') was a tall elf-lord of [[Gondolin]], mentioned several times in the ''[[Fall of Gondolin]]''. He was described as the tallest of the [[Noldoli]],<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref> and chief of both the [[House of the Pillar]] and the [[House of the Tower of Snow]].  He perished during the Fall after the death of [[Rog]] and the retreat further back into the city, "with his back to the wall."<ref>{{LT2|III}}</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 10:43, 7 August 2015

Penlod
Elf
Biographical Information
Other names"the Tall"
TitlesChief of the Houses of the Tower of Snow and the Pillar
LocationGondolin
AffiliationHouse of the Pillar
House of the Tower of Snow
DeathKilled in the Fall of Gondolin
Physical Description
GenderMale
HeightTall
GalleryImages of Penlod

Penlod (or Penlodh) was a tall elf-lord of Gondolin, mentioned several times in the Fall of Gondolin. He was described as the tallest of the Noldoli,[1] and chief of both the House of the Pillar and the House of the Tower of Snow. He perished during the Fall after the death of Rog and the retreat further back into the city, "with his back to the wall."[2]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin"