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'''Woodmen''' were those [[Northmen]] who dwelt in the forests of [[Middle-earth]], and especially [[Mirkwood]] in the [[Third Age|Third]] and [[Fourth Age]]s.
 
'''Woodmen''' were those [[Northmen]] who dwelt in the forests of [[Middle-earth]], and especially [[Mirkwood]] in the [[Third Age|Third]] and [[Fourth Age]]s.
  
A band of Woodmen in vain attempted to aid [[Isildur]] in the [[Battle of the Gladden Fields]].
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A band of Woodmen in vain attempted to aid [[Isildur]] in the [[Battle of the Gladden Fields]].{{fact}}
  
In the Fourth Age, after the [[War of the Ring]], they were given the central portion of [[Eryn Lasgalen]].
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In the Fourth Age, after the [[War of the Ring]], they were given the central portion of [[Eryn Lasgalen]].{{fact}}
  
 
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Revision as of 15:34, 13 November 2010

Woodmen by Angelo Montanini

Woodmen were those Northmen who dwelt in the forests of Middle-earth, and especially Mirkwood in the Third and Fourth Ages.

A band of Woodmen in vain attempted to aid Isildur in the Battle of the Gladden Fields.[source?]

In the Fourth Age, after the War of the Ring, they were given the central portion of Eryn Lasgalen.[source?]