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Three Prayers

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The '''Three Prayers''' were religious cermonies in which the [[Númenóreans]] worshipped [[Eru]]. The Prayers were called ''[[Erukyermë]]'' ("Prayer to Eru"), ''[[Erulaitalë]]'' ("Praise of Eru"), and ''[[Eruhantalë]]'' ("Thanksgiving to Eru") and took place in the spring, midsummer, and autumn respectively. During these ceremonies, the King (or Queen) of Númenor and many of the people would ascend the [[Meneltarma]] and make offerings.
 
The '''Three Prayers''' were religious cermonies in which the [[Númenóreans]] worshipped [[Eru]]. The Prayers were called ''[[Erukyermë]]'' ("Prayer to Eru"), ''[[Erulaitalë]]'' ("Praise of Eru"), and ''[[Eruhantalë]]'' ("Thanksgiving to Eru") and took place in the spring, midsummer, and autumn respectively. During these ceremonies, the King (or Queen) of Númenor and many of the people would ascend the [[Meneltarma]] and make offerings.
  
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Revision as of 16:58, 6 July 2007

The Three Prayers were religious cermonies in which the Númenóreans worshipped Eru. The Prayers were called Erukyermë ("Prayer to Eru"), Erulaitalë ("Praise of Eru"), and Eruhantalë ("Thanksgiving to Eru") and took place in the spring, midsummer, and autumn respectively. During these ceremonies, the King (or Queen) of Númenor and many of the people would ascend the Meneltarma and make offerings.