Category: Celegorm

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The Silmarillion aesthetic | Celegorm The Fair


‘The name Celegorm, hasty riser, may have been a reference to his quick
temper and his habit of leaping up when suddenly angered.’

He was the
only son of Feanor to be fair-haired, hence his epesse.

(The Peoples of
Middle-Earth, HoMe 12, The Shibboleth of Feanor)

The Silmarillion aesthetic | Celegorm The Fair


‘The name Celegorm, hasty riser, may have been a reference to his quick
temper and his habit of leaping up when suddenly angered.’

He was the
only son of Feanor to be fair-haired, hence his epesse.

(The Peoples of
Middle-Earth, HoMe 12, The Shibboleth of Feanor)

The Silmarillion aesthetic | The way we were | Boys..

‘scattered
pictures of the smiles we left behind..’

Maedhros, Maglor, Celegorm, Caranthir, Curufin, Amrod, Amras

The Silmarillion aesthetic | The way we were | Boys..

‘scattered
pictures of the smiles we left behind..’

Maedhros, Maglor, Celegorm, Caranthir, Curufin, Amrod, Amras

The Silmarillion aesthetic |
The First House of The Noldor

| Celegorm

..one with flaming eyes,
proud Celegorm with gleaming hair
and shining sword. Then all men stare
upon his stern unyielding face..

(J.R.R. Tolkien – The Lay of Leithian: Canto VII)

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Celegorm, Caranthir, Curufin

© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project

There fell Celegorm by Dior’s hand, and there fell Curufin, and dark Caranthir; but Dior was slain also, and Nimloth his wife, and the cruel servants of Celegorm seized his young sons and left them to starve in the forest.

— J.R.R.Tolkien, Silmarillion

Celegorm

© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project

But Dior returned no answer to the sons of Fëanor; and Celegorm stirred up his brothers to prepare an assault upon Doriath.

― Silmarillion, J.R.R.Tolkien

Celegorm, Caranthir, Curufin 

© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project

 But now the rumour ran among the scattered Elves of Beleriand that Dior Thingol’s heir wore the Nauglamír, and they said: ‘A Silmaril of Fëanor burns again in the woods of Doriath’; and the oath of the sons of Fëanor was waked again from sleep.

― Silmarillion, J.R.R.Tolkien

Celegorm

© ALEF Club, Journey to The Middle-Earth Project