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Taniquelassë

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{{quote|"...and they were remembered in many songs long after they had perished for ever, for few ever flowered east of the Land of Gift."''|[[Unfinished Tales]]}}
 
'''Taniquelassë''' was a [[The Fragrant Trees|fragrant evergreen tree]] brought to [[Númenor]] from [[Tol Eressëa]] by the [[Elves]]. After the downfall of Númenor they were not found within the circles of the world  
 
'''Taniquelassë''' was a [[The Fragrant Trees|fragrant evergreen tree]] brought to [[Númenor]] from [[Tol Eressëa]] by the [[Elves]]. After the downfall of Númenor they were not found within the circles of the world  
 
:'' "...and they were remembered in many songs long after they had perished for ever, for few ever flowered east of the Land of Gift.''"  ¹
 
  
 
Taniquelassë, among the other trees brought to Númenor, grew mostly up the sheltered seaward slopes of [[Nísimaldar]] in the [[Bay of Eldanna]] but they also spread far east into the land.
 
Taniquelassë, among the other trees brought to Númenor, grew mostly up the sheltered seaward slopes of [[Nísimaldar]] in the [[Bay of Eldanna]] but they also spread far east into the land.
  
 
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==References==
* ¹ ''[[Unfinished Tales]]'', [[A Description of the Island of Númenor]]
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*''[[Unfinished Tales]]'', [[A Description of the Island of Númenor]]
 
   
 
   
 
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""...and they were remembered in many songs long after they had perished for ever, for few ever flowered east of the Land of Gift."''"
Unfinished Tales

Taniquelassë was a fragrant evergreen tree brought to Númenor from Tol Eressëa by the Elves. After the downfall of Númenor they were not found within the circles of the world

Taniquelassë, among the other trees brought to Númenor, grew mostly up the sheltered seaward slopes of Nísimaldar in the Bay of Eldanna but they also spread far east into the land.

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