A Map of Middle-earth
Based on the map of Middle-earth first published in 1954, the poster-map (created in 1969) was a collaboration between Pauline Baynes and J.R.R. Tolkien. Tolkien corrected a few errors on the original map,[source?] and supplied some additional place names and notes on nomenclature.
"New" locations include: Dorwinion, Eryn Vorn, Edhellond, Andrast, Drúwaith Iaur, Undeeps, the towns Framsburg, Edhellond, Lond Daer and the rivers Glanduin and Swanfleet (labelled as a river). Other additions include wooded areas in Eryn Vorn, Enedhwaith and around the river Isen, not indicated as such in earlier maps.
 Publication history
At least 12 impressions of the trade edition poster-map (ISBN 0049120026) were issued:
- 1st impression 1970
- 6th impression 1974
- 7th impression 1974
- 8th impression 1975
- 12th impression 1986 (Unwin Books; printed by Henry Stone & Son (Printers), Banbury)
After the 7th impression, but not later than the 12th impression, a green border 17 mm high was inserted between the top and bottom edges of the map and the illustrated borders.
 See also
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull (eds), The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion, pp. lxiv-lxvi
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "A Map of Middle-earth", Tolkienbooks.net (accessed 28 July 2015)
- ↑ "Ballantine and Del Rey Paperbacks", The U.S. Tolkien Guide (accessed 5 April 2013)
- ↑ Printer information from the collection of Morgan Thomsen.
|Maps of Arda made by J.R.R. Tolkien|
|The Hobbit:||Thrór's Map · Map of Wilderland|
|TLOTR:||A Part of the Shire · General Map of Middle-earth · Map of Rohan, Gondor, and Mordor · The West of Middle-earth at the End of the Third Age|
|Other:||Númenórë · A Map of Middle-earth · There and Back Again · Map of Beleriand and the Lands to the North|
|Early maps:||The earliest map · I Vene Kemen · The First 'Silmarillion' Map · Ambarkanta maps · The Second 'Silmarillion' Map · First Map of The Lord of the Rings|