Greetings ye all!
I'm a French Tolkien enthusiast, interested in astronomy, botany, geography, mythology and linguistics. I might also be a dragon. No one can be sure on the Internet.
Quick links (mostly as a reminder, on my TODO list...) —
- Borgil - editing done, will maybe add an illustration
- Soronúmë - editing done
- Stars - still needing work
- Durin's Crown - not yet edited
- Númenor - editing done,
- For the record, some parts (notably location of the isle) later moved to Elenna by another contributor.
- Beleriand - editing done
- Mount Dolmed - editing done
- Amon Ereb - editing done
- Tol Fuin - editing done
- Tol Himling - editing done
- Tol Morwen - editing done
- Tolkien's annotations for Pauline Baynes: Middle-earth (+ an illustration); Eryn Vorn; A Map of Middle-earth
Mythology and miscellaneous
- Circles of the World - editing done
- ↑ Handwritten annotations provided by J.R.R. Tolkien to Pauline Baynes on a copy of the published map, as later found loose in her own copy of the books, see The Guardian, 23 October 2015, "Tolkien's annotated map of Middle-earth discovered inside copy of Lord of the Rings". An analysis of the map may also be found in "Découverte d'une carte de la Terre du Milieu annotée par Tolkien pour Pauline Baynes" (in French, with deciphered annotations also being provided in English). Tolkien's annotations are also confirmed by Blackwell Rare Books on November 9, 2015 (twitter). Mrs Baynes used Tolkien's indications for her illustrated poster map.