Five Rivers of Lebennin

From Tolkien Gateway

The Five Rivers of Lebennin are the following:

  1. The river Anduin,
  2. The river Celos, which started in the White Mountains and became a tributary of-
  3. The river Sirith, which met Anduin at Pelargir,
  4. The river Serni (also spelled Serni), which began in the plains of Lebennin and met the Bay of Belfalas north of Ethir Anduin at the city of Linhir, and
  5. The river Gilrain, which started as two unnamed tributaries in the White Mountains, and flowed south meeting the Sernui at Linhir.

Portrayal in adaptations[edit]

2014: The Lord of the Rings Online:

The Five Rivers were the Gilrain, the Serni, the Sirith, the Celos, and the Erui. Each of the rivers was the domain of a River-Maiden, one of the Five Sisters of Lebennin. By the time of the War of the Ring, the Five Sisters were considered a myth by most of the Men of Lebennin, though it remained traditional to leave baskets of flowers as offerings to the rivers.