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Tyalië Tyelelliéva 6

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*Editorial, Celestial Events, News and Notes
 
*Editorial, Celestial Events, News and Notes
*Letters to the Editor from Arden Smith (on 'twelve' in Noldorin), Rhona Beare (on Elvish/Indo-European cognates) and [[Jan Boom]] (one fine Ent)
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*Letters to the Editor from [[Arden Smith]] (on 'twelve' in Noldorin), Rhona Beare (on Elvish/Indo-European cognates) and [[Jan Boom]] (one fine Ent)
*Inscription in Cuneiform by Ivan Derzhanski (a poem in Old Babylonian which bears an amazing resemblance to the Ring Poem)
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*Inscription in Cuneiform by [[Ivan Derzhanski]] (a poem in Old Babylonian which bears an amazing resemblance to the Ring Poem)
 
*Elves in St. Petersburg translated by Sergey Bratus (report on a Tolkien Seminar with a variety of topics)
 
*Elves in St. Petersburg translated by Sergey Bratus (report on a Tolkien Seminar with a variety of topics)
*Now We Have All Got Elvish Names! by Helge Fauskanger (offering a Quenya form for various personal names that have appeared in Tyalie Tyelellieva.
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*Now We Have All Got Elvish Names! by [[Helge Fauskanger]] (offering a Quenya form for various personal names that have appeared in ''Tyalië Tyelelliéva'')
 
*Lament of the Oak by Donna Huber (poem in English)
 
*Lament of the Oak by Donna Huber (poem in English)
 
*Ent Language by Lisa Star (analysis of all forms of Entish)
 
*Ent Language by Lisa Star (analysis of all forms of Entish)

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Tyalië Tyelelliéva, issue 6
AuthorEdited by Lisa Star
PublisherAppleyard Press
ReleasedAugust 8, 1995
FormatMagazine
Pages32

Tyalië Tyelelliéva 6 is an issue, devoted to Ents, of the journal Tyalië Tyelelliéva.

Contents

  • Editorial, Celestial Events, News and Notes
  • Letters to the Editor from Arden Smith (on 'twelve' in Noldorin), Rhona Beare (on Elvish/Indo-European cognates) and Jan Boom (one fine Ent)
  • Inscription in Cuneiform by Ivan Derzhanski (a poem in Old Babylonian which bears an amazing resemblance to the Ring Poem)
  • Elves in St. Petersburg translated by Sergey Bratus (report on a Tolkien Seminar with a variety of topics)
  • Now We Have All Got Elvish Names! by Helge Fauskanger (offering a Quenya form for various personal names that have appeared in Tyalië Tyelelliéva)
  • Lament of the Oak by Donna Huber (poem in English)
  • Ent Language by Lisa Star (analysis of all forms of Entish)
  • Hither, Thither and Yon by Lisa Star (reconstructed paradigms for relative pronouns in Quenya)
  • Glammarye: Tolkien and the Tree-Kings by Lisa Star (correspondences between Elvish and Indo-European)
  • Lege Artis by Lisa Star (list of all known but unpublished material related to Tolkien's invented languages or alphabets
  • Among the Trees by Lisa Star (Bas du Page homework in Quenya, practice with relative pronouns and tree names)