From Tolkien Gateway
(Redirected from Ring)
A ring is (usually) a jewel worn on one's finger. It can refer to:
- The One Ring, forged by Sauron.
- The Ring-inscription, the Tengwar inscription around the One Ring.
- The Lord of the Ring, a title of Sauron.
- The War of the Ring, a great war which resulted in the destruction of the One Ring and Sauron.
- The Fellowship of the Ring, nine members who were tasked with destroying the One Ring.
- The Ring-finder and the Ring-bearers.
- The Rings of Power, forged by Celebrimbor.
- The Three for the Elves:
- The Nine for Men, given to what would become the Nazgûl.
- The Seven for Dwarves, of which only one is known:
- The lesser rings, forged by the Elves.
- The Ring of Saruman, a lesser ring forged by Saruman in his attempt to forge a ring of power.
- The Ring of Barahir, an heirloom of the Dúnedain.
- Morgoth's Ring, the tenth book in The History of Middle-earth series.
- The Ring goes South, fifteenth chapter of The Fellowship of the Ring.
- The Ring of Words, a book about Tolkien's time at the Oxford English Dictionary.
- Tolkien's Ring, a book by David Day.
- The Ring Goes South (soundtrack), eleventh track on Howard Shore's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
- Der Ring des Nibelungen, the music drama composed by Richard Wagner (also known as the Ring Cycle), which often has been compared with The Lord of the Rings
- The Fellowship of the Ring (disambiguation)
- The Lord of the Rings (disambiguation)
- War of the Ring (disambiguation)
|This disambiguation page is a list of articles associated with the same title. This is in accordance with Tolkien Gateway's Naming policy.|
If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.