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The '''Scroll of Isildur''' was a scroll made by [[Isildur]] himself during his short time in [[Minas Tirith]] after the [[War of the Last Alliance]], that was stored for millennia in the vaults of that city. The scroll held Isildur's account of the gaining of the [[The One Ring|Ring]] from [[Sauron]]. His description of the Ring, and his account of the fiery writing that ran around it, was vital in helping [[Gandalf]] identify [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]]'s Magic Ring as the One Ring of Sauron.<ref>{{FR|II2}}</ref>
 
The '''Scroll of Isildur''' was a scroll made by [[Isildur]] himself during his short time in [[Minas Tirith]] after the [[War of the Last Alliance]], that was stored for millennia in the vaults of that city. The scroll held Isildur's account of the gaining of the [[The One Ring|Ring]] from [[Sauron]]. His description of the Ring, and his account of the fiery writing that ran around it, was vital in helping [[Gandalf]] identify [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]]'s Magic Ring as the One Ring of Sauron.<ref>{{FR|II2}}</ref>
 
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Scroll of Isildur
Derivation of NameIsildur
LocationVaults of Minas Tirith
Owned byIsildur
MakerIsildur

The Scroll of Isildur was a scroll made by Isildur himself during his short time in Minas Tirith after the War of the Last Alliance, that was stored for millennia in the vaults of that city. The scroll held Isildur's account of the gaining of the Ring from Sauron. His description of the Ring, and his account of the fiery writing that ran around it, was vital in helping Gandalf identify Frodo's Magic Ring as the One Ring of Sauron.[1]

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "The Council of Elrond"