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Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh

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| name=Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh
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| conflict=War of the Jewels
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| date={{FA|489}}
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| place=Amon Rûdh
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| result=Morgoth victory
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| side1=Túrin's band of outlaws
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| side2=Forces of [[Morgoth]]
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| commanders1=*[[Túrin Turambar]]
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*[[Beleg]]
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| commanders2= Unknown Orc captain
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| forces1=Dozens of Túrin's outlaws
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| forces2=Unknown, several hundred Orcs{{fact}}
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| casual1=All but Túrin and Beleg{{fact}}
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The '''Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh''' occured when, betrayed by [[Mîm]] the [[Petty-dwarf]], the outlaws of [[Túrin|Túrin Turambar]] were massacred in [[Bar-en-Danwedh]] ([[House of Ransom]]) in [[Amon Rûdh]] by [[orcs]].  [[Túrin]] was bound in nets and taken alive to [[Angband]].  [[Beleg]] was also bound, but was left there to lie, until [[Andróg]] cut him free.
 
The '''Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh''' occured when, betrayed by [[Mîm]] the [[Petty-dwarf]], the outlaws of [[Túrin|Túrin Turambar]] were massacred in [[Bar-en-Danwedh]] ([[House of Ransom]]) in [[Amon Rûdh]] by [[orcs]].  [[Túrin]] was bound in nets and taken alive to [[Angband]].  [[Beleg]] was also bound, but was left there to lie, until [[Andróg]] cut him free.
  
 
[[Category:Conflicts of the First Age]]
 
[[Category:Conflicts of the First Age]]

Revision as of 20:31, 22 March 2011

Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh
Conflict: War of the Jewels
Date: F.A. 489
Place: Amon Rûdh
Outcome: Morgoth victory
Combatants

Túrin's band of outlaws

Forces of Morgoth

Commanders

Unknown Orc captain

Strength

Dozens of Túrin's outlaws

Unknown, several hundred Orcs[source?]

Casualties

All but Túrin and Beleg[source?]

Unknown[source?]

The Sack of Bar-en-Danwedh occured when, betrayed by Mîm the Petty-dwarf, the outlaws of Túrin Turambar were massacred in Bar-en-Danwedh (House of Ransom) in Amon Rûdh by orcs. Túrin was bound in nets and taken alive to Angband. Beleg was also bound, but was left there to lie, until Andróg cut him free.