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    Timeline of the history of Middle-earth (geospatial timeline and chronology of events in Tolkien's works, including the Hobbit, the Lord of the Rings and the Silmarillion. Click on events to show them on the map):

    Parf Edhellen, an Elvish Book (a free dictionary service, consisting of imported glosses from Hiswelókë Sindarin Dictionary, Ardalambion Quenya Wordlists and more):

    Lord of the Rings Wiki (encyclopedia that anyone can edit):

    Hiswelókë's Sindarin dictionary (Sindarin & Noldorin dictionaries):

    Tolkien Gateway (encyclopedia that anyone can edit; go al is to have the most complete database about Middle-earth and Tolkien as possible):

    Gwaith-i-Phethdain/Fellowship of the Word-Smiths
    (Sindarin, Quenya, Essays, Sindarin Compositions, Quenya Compositions, Telerin Compositions, Elvish Calligraphy, Elvish Linguistic Gallery, Varia, Downloads, Elvish Linguistic Library, Elvish Linguisitc Links, Membership):

    Merin Essi ar Quenteli (Name Cultures, Name Lists, Phrase Books, Pronunciation Guides, Wordlists, Elvish Poetry, Sindarin Textbook, etc.): http://realelvish.net/

    Ardalambion (comprehensive site about Tolkien's invented languages):

    The Council of Elrond (resource site offering a variety of features based on the creative works of J.R.R. Tolkien.. images, forum, roleplaying, encyclopedia, etc.):

    The Encyclopedia of Arda (an illustrated hypertext encyclopedia of Tolkien's realms and peoples):

    The Tolkien Meta-FAQ
    (a unified index to several major lists of Frequently Asked Questions about J.R.R. Tolkien and his "subcreated" world of Middle-earth, all based on scholarship from the Tolkien newsgroups on Usenet):

    The Tolkien Society
    (a registered charity, literary society, and worldwide fan club based in England and Wales and devoted to promoting the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien - education, events, etc.):

    Arwen-Undomiel (elvish languages, The Hobbit books and films, forum, other Tolkien writings including character biographies/ poems & songs, fan section including art, films including scripts, humor, puzzles, games, photo gallery, media including avatars, banners, brushes, fonts, sound and music, videos, wallpapers, a chat room, etc.): http://www.arwen-undomiel.com/index.html

    The Grey Havens (Middle-earth, Balrogs, Dwarves, Elves, Hobbits, Humans, Orcs, Else, Songs & Tales, Rings, Tolkien, urls, Pictures, Bookshop, search engine, forum):

    The Tolkien Forum
    (The Works of J.R.R. Tolkien, The Halls of Tolkienology, Related Subjects, Middle-earth Role Playing Games, Bars & Inns, Mathom House, Links, etc.):

    Middle-earth & J.R.R. Tolkien Blog by Michael Martinez
    (..a repository of articles, news, and resources for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth. The content is provided “as is” without any warranties or guarantees):

    The Age of the Ring (a Lord of the Rings UK based fan site dedicated to J.R.R Tolkien and the cinematic Lord of the Rings trilogy, directed by Peter Jackson for New Line Cinema):

    Elvenesse (..a site dedicated to the world of JRR Tolkien's elves.. a collection of news and articles on all things elvish, The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and The Lord of the Rings, as well as Peter Jackson's movie renditions of the books):

    The Silmarillion Writers' Guild (founded in 2005 in hopes of creating a single online home for Silmarillion fans, authors, and artists.. an open and accessible group welcoming Tolkien fans from all over the world and web to join in discussing and creating based on his fictional world.. in addition to a writing archive, there is a reference library, discussion group, and LiveJournal community to keep Silmarillion fans connected):

    Middle-Earth Encyclopedia
    (comprehensive guide to Middle-Earth and the rest of the creations of J.R.R. Tolkien.. People, Cultures, Places, Objects, Beasts, and Times in Tolkien's writing; search engine):

    The Thain's Book
    (an encyclopedia of Middle-earth and Numenor - people, places, creatures, things, and events in The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and other writings by J.R.R. Tolkien.. entries include descriptions, histories, important dates, genealogies, etymologies, illustrations, sources and cross-references; The Chronology of Middle-earth and Numenor is a timeline of events in the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Ages including a day-by-day breakdown of events during the War of the Ring, search engine also):

    Annals of Arda
    (Bookstores/Books, Music, Links):

    Tara's Sindarin Phrasebook
    (information about the Elves of Middle-earth and their language - The Elves, Sindarin ~ the spoken language of the Elves of Middle-earth, Tengwar ~ the writing of the Elves, Translations, Writings, Songs):

    The Elvish Library
    (a compendium of various sites on the internet concerning J.R.R. Tolkien's Elvish languages; Sindarin and Q(u)enya.. including articles (Introduction to Elvish, for example)):

    Tolkien Forums (Forums, Quizzes, Timelines, Kingdoms, Maps, Polls, Links):

    Timeline of Arda (Events outside of time, Arda events, Valian years, Years of the Lamps, Years of the Trees, First Age, Years of the Sun in the First Age, Second Age, Third Age, "The Great Years", Fourth Age; Battles: First Age - Years of the Trees, Years of the Sun, Second Age, Third Age - War of the Ring, Other conflicts during the War of the Ring, End of the world; Other timelines of interest):

    History of Arda
    (In J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, the history of the fictional universe of Eä began when the Ainur entered Arda, following the creation events in the Ainulindalë and long ages of labour throughout Eä, the universe. Time from that point was measured using Valian Years, though the subsequent history of Arda was divided into three time periods using different years, known as the Years of the Lamps, the Years of the Trees and the Years of the Sun. A separate, overlapping chronology divides the history into 'Ages of the Children of Ilúvatar'. The first such Age began with the Awakening of the Elves during the Years of the Trees and continued for the first six centuries of the Years of the Sun. All the subsequent Ages took place during the Years of the Sun. Most Middle-earth stories take place in the first three Ages of the Children of Ilúvatar.):

    Ted Nasmith, Illustrator
    (Artist, illustrator, and architectural renderer, best known as an illustrator of J.R.R. Tolkien's works - The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion.): http://tednasmith.mymiddleearth.com/
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