Category: feanorians

The Silmarillion aesthetic | Celegorm The Fair…

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 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)

Each of them took to himself a Silmaril, for t…

Each of them took to himself a Silmaril, for they said: ‘Since one is lost to us, and but two remain, and we two alone of our brothers, so is it plain that fate would have us share the heirlooms of our father.’

Maedhros
Maglor

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Each of them took to himself a Silmaril, for t…

Each of them took to himself a Silmaril, for they said: ‘Since one is lost to us, and but two remain, and we two alone of our brothers, so is it plain that fate would have us share the heirlooms of our father.’

Maedhros
Maglor

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The Silmarillion aesthetic | The First House…

The Silmarillion aesthetic |
The First House of The Noldor

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Caranthir The Dark

Now the people of Caranthir dwelt furthest east beyond the upper waters
of Gelion, about Lake Helevorn under Mount Rerir; and they
climbed the heights of Ered Luin and looked eastward in wonder, for wild and
wide it seemed to them were the lands of Middle-earth.

And thus it was that Caranthir’s people came upon the Dwarves,

but

no great love was there between them; for the Dwarves were secret and
quick to resentment, and Caranthir was haughty and scarce concealed his scorn
for the unloveliness of the Naugrim, and his people followed their lord.

The Silmarillion aesthetic | The First House…

The Silmarillion aesthetic |
The First House of The Noldor

|

Caranthir The Dark

Now the people of Caranthir dwelt furthest east beyond the upper waters
of Gelion, about Lake Helevorn under Mount Rerir; and they
climbed the heights of Ered Luin and looked eastward in wonder, for wild and
wide it seemed to them were the lands of Middle-earth.

And thus it was that Caranthir’s people came upon the Dwarves,

but

no great love was there between them; for the Dwarves were secret and
quick to resentment, and Caranthir was haughty and scarce concealed his scorn
for the unloveliness of the Naugrim, and his people followed their lord.

No other player has there been,no other lips o…

No other player has there been,
no other lips or fingers seen
so skilled, ‘tis said in elven-lore,
save Maglor son of Fëanor,
forgotten harper, singer doomed,
who young when Laurelin yet bloomed
to endless lamentation passed
and in the tombless sea was cast. 

Maglor

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«Oh, misty eye of the mountain belowKeep caref…

«Oh, misty eye of the mountain below
Keep careful watch of my brothers’ souls»

Maglor

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Maglor’s Gap was the open area between t…

Maglor’s Gap was the open area between the hills surrounding Himring and an extension of the Ered Luinjust north of Mount Rerir. It was the widest break in the northern mountain-fences of Beleriand.

Maglor

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Maglor was the second of the Sons of Fëanor. H…

Maglor was the second of the Sons of Fëanor. He had more of his mother Nerdanel’s gentle spirit than any of his brothers. Maglor was known for his poetry and singing, but in Tirion he swore the Oath of Fëanor and shared in the woes it bred.

Maglor

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