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{{Hobbit
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| image = [[File:Jenny Dolfen - Frodo Baggins.jpg|250px]]
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| name = Frodo Baggins
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| othernames = See ''[[#Names|Names]]'' below
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| birth = [[22 September]], {{TA|2968}}
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| birthlocation=[[Buckland]]
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| sailedwest= [[29 September]], {{TA|3021}}
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| sailedfrom=[[Grey Havens]]
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| age=53
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| parentage = [[Drogo Baggins]] and [[Primula Brandybuck]]
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| location=[[Bag End]], [[Hobbiton]], [[Valinor]]
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| race = [[Hobbits]]
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| gender = Male
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| height =Taller than most Hobbits
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| hair = Brown
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{{Pronounce-small|Eriador2.mp3|Ardamir}}
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'''Eriador''' is a large region in [[Middle-earth]]. In the [[Second Age]], and possibly much earlier, it was largely forested, but the [[D&uacute;nedain]] felled most of the forests to build [[Ships]] out of them. Much of it was encompassed in the early [[Third Age]] by the kingdom of [[Arnor]], which later split into the rival kingdoms of [[Rhudaur]], [[Arthedain]] and [[Cardolan]]. [[The Shire]] occupies part of the former kingdom of Arthedain, while [[Bree]] and its neighbouring villages lie on the border with the former Cardolan. The [[Barrow-wights]] dwell within ancient burial mounds constructed in the First Age by the [[Edain]] as they journeyed to [[Beleriand]]. Other important places in Eriador are [[Rivendell]] and the abandoned kingdoms of [[Eregion]] and [[Angmar]]. By the time of the [[War of the Ring]], Eriador was largely deserted.
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==Boundaries==
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* To the east, the [[Misty Mountains]].
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* To the north, the Ice-bay of [[Forochel]], which flooded part of the lands of [[Morgoth]] after the [[War of Wrath]].
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File:The Hobbit (1977 film) - Smaug.jpg|Smaug in the [[The Hobbit (1977 film)|1977 film ''The Hobbit'']]
* To the west, the mountains of [[Ered Luin]].
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File:The Hobbit (2003) Smaug.jpg|Smaug in the [[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|2003 video game ''The Hobbit'']]
* To the south, the river Greyflood and the land of [[Enedwaith]]. After the War of Wrath, part of the southwestern border lies along the shores of [[Belegaer]].
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Important rivers were the Lune ([[Elvish]] ''Lh&ucirc;n''), the Brandywine (Elvish ''[[Baranduin]]'') and the [[Greyflood]].
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==Inhabitants==
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* Elves, who dwelled in Rivendell in the East; the Grey Havens in the West and during the Second Age, Eregion.
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* Men, dwelled in Bree in central Eriador; in Dunland in the South and the Eryn Vorn to the Southwest.
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* Dwarves, Lived in the Blue Mountains on Eastern side of both the Northern, and Southern ranges.
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|File:The Hobbit (1977 film) - Smaug.jpg|Smaug in the [[The Hobbit (1977 film)|1977 film ''The Hobbit'']]
*Hobbits, lived in the [[Shire]], and some in Bree, in central Eriador
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|File:The Hobbit (2003) Smaug.jpg|Smaug in the [[The Hobbit (2003 video game)|2003 video game ''The Hobbit'']]
==Etymology==
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''Eriador'' is [[Sindarin]] and is derived from ''erja-'', "solitary" and ''dor'', "land": "Solitary Land".
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Revision as of 21:59, 6 January 2013

See also: Help: Editing

This is the Tolkien Gateway Sandbox, for experimental edits and templates to practice using wikitext. Please edit this page as much as you want instead of "testing" anywhere else.



Jenny Dolfen - Frodo Baggins.jpg
Frodo Baggins
Hobbit
Biographical Information
Other namesSee Names below
LocationBag End, Hobbiton, Valinor
Birth22 September, T.A. 2968
Buckland
Sailed west29 September, T.A. 3021 (aged 53)
Grey Havens
Family
ParentageDrogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck
Physical Description
GenderMale
HeightTaller than most Hobbits
Hair colorBrown

Date - DO NOT DELETE

Sunday, 6 Wedmath

Gallery - STILL A THING TO FIX

Smaug in Adaptations
Smaug in the 1977 film The Hobbit  

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