Five Rivers of Lebennin
From Tolkien Gateway
The Five Rivers of Lebennin are the following:
- The river Anduin,
- The river Celos, which started in the White Mountains and became a tributary of-
- The river Sirith, which met Anduin at Pelargir,
- 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
- The river Gilrain, which started as two unnamed tributaries in the White Mountains, and flowed south meeting the Sernui at Linhir.
Portrayal in adaptations
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.