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01.24.10 | Kunochan | 5 Comments

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Here, on a whim, is a list of Tolkien lists, suitable for memorization. Or framing.

Some I compiled from memory. Other useful resources were Wikipedia (which has its own list of Tolkien lists) and the Encyclopedia of Arda. It was surprisingly rare that any one online source was complete – and I had to assemble the List of Anglo-Saxon Translations of Westron Names from numerous sources, not all of them online.

Enjoy.

The Fellowship of the Ring

  1. Frodo Baggins
  2. Samwise Gamgee
  3. Meriadoc Brandybuck
  4. Peregrin Took
  5. Gandalf Greyhame
  6. Aragorn son of Arathorn
  7. Boromir son of Denethor II
  8. Legolas Greenleaf
  9. Gimli son of Glóin

The Companions of the Quest of Erebor

  1. Bilbo Baggins
  2. Gandalf Greyhame
  3. Thorin Oakenshield
  4. Óin son of Gróin
  5. Glóin son of Gróin
  6. Balin son of Fundin
  7. Dwalin son of Fundin
  8. Bifur
  9. Bofur
  10. Bombur
  11. Fíli
  12. Kíli
  13. Dori
  14. Nori
  15. Ori

The Five Istari, or Wizards

  1. Saruman the White
  2. Gandalf the Grey
  3. Radagast the Brown
  4. Alatar the Blue
  5. Pallando the Blue

The White Council

  1. Saruman the White
  2. Gandalf the Grey
  3. Elrond Half-elven
  4. Galadriel
  5. Círdan the Shipwright

The Seven Sons of Fëanor

  1. Maedhros
  2. Maglor
  3. Celegorm
  4. Caranthir
  5. Curufin
  6. Amros
  7. Amras

Individuals Known to Have Possessed or Handled the One Ring

  1. Sauron
  2. Isildur
  3. Déagol
  4. Sméagol/Gollum
  5. Bilbo Baggins
  6. Frodo Baggins
  7. Tom Bombadil
  8. Samwise Gamgee

Great Romances Between Elves and Non-Elves

  1. Elu Thingol & Melian (Maia)
  2. Lúthien Tinúviel & Beren Erchamion (Man)
  3. Idril Celebrindal & Tuor (Man)
  4. Arwen Undómiel & Aragorn (Man)
  5. Mithrellas & Imrazôr (Man) (canonicity uncertain)
  6. Legolas Greenleaf & Gimli son of Glóin (Dwarf) (just kidding)

The Half-elves

  1. Dior Eluchíl
  2. Elwing
  3. Eluréd & Elurín
  4. Eärendil the Mariner (counted among Elves)
  5. Elrond Half-elven (counted among Elves)
  6. Elros Tar-Minyatur (counted among Men)
  7. Elladan and Elrohir (counted among Elves)
  8. Arwen Undómiel (counted among Men)
  9. Eldarion (counted among Men)

High Kings of the Noldor in Middle-earth

  1. Finwë
  2. Fingolfin
  3. Fingon
  4. Turgon
  5. Ereinion Gil-galad

Major Languages of Arda

  1. Valarin (Valar & Maiar)
  2. Quenya (Vanyarin & Noldorin Elves)
  3. Sindarin (Telerin Elves of West of the Hithaeglir)
  4. Telerin (Telerin Elves of Valinor)
  5. Nandorin (Telerin Elves of East of the Hithaeglir)
  6. Taliska (Men of the First Age)
  7. Adûnaic (Men of Númenor)
  8. Westron (Common Speech; Men of Eriador, Hobbits)
  9. Rohirric (Men of Rohan)
  10. Drûg (Drúedain or Woses)
  11. Khuzdul (Dwarves)
  12. Entish (Ents)
  13. Black Speech (People of Mordor)

Anglo-Saxon Translations of Westron Names

  1. Bilbo Baggins –> Bilba Labingi
  2. Frodo Baggins –> Maura Labingi
  3. Samwise Gamgee –> Banazîr Galbasi
  4. Peregrin Took –> Razanur Tûc
  5. Meriadoc Brandybuck –> Kalimac Brandigamba
  6. Barliman Butterbur –> Batti Zilbirâpha
  7. Hamfast Gamgee –> Ranugad Galbasi
  8. Bungo Baggins –> Bunga Labingi
  9. Gorhendad Oldbuck –> Ogmandab Zaragamba

Prominent Females in the Legendarium

  1. Varda/Elbereth Gilthoniel
  2. Lúthien Tinúviel
  3. Galadriel
  4. Éowyn
  5. Arwen Undómiel
  6. Idril Celebrindal
  7. Elwing
  8. Goldberry
  9. Niënor Níniel
  10. Rosie Gardner, née Cotton
  11. Lobelia Sackville-Baggins

Noteworthy Lord of the Rings Characters Omitted from the Film Trilogy

  1. Tom Bombadil & Goldberry
  2. Radagast the Brown
  3. Glorfindel
  4. Elladan & Elrohir
  5. Imrahil, Prince of Dol Amroth
  6. Bill Ferny
  7. Quickbeam
  8. Bob & Nob

Magical or Elven Artefacts

  1. The One Ring
  2. The Three Elven Rings
    1. Narya, the Elven Ring of Fire
    2. Nenya, the Elven Ring of Adamant
    3. Vilya, the Elven Ring of Sapphire
  3. The Seven Elven Rings of the Dwarves
  4. The Nine Elven Rings of Men
  5. The Elessar (The Elfstone of Eärendil)
  6. The Phial of Galadriel
  7. The Ring of Barahir
  8. The Seven Palantíri
    1. The Stone of Elostirion
    2. The Stone of Amon Sûl
    3. The Stone of Annúminas
    4. The Stone of Osgiliath
    5. The Stone of Minas Ithil
    6. The Stone of Angrenost (Orthanc)
    7. The Stone of Minas Anor
  9. The Three Silmarils
    1. The Silmaril of Sky (The Star of Eärendil, aka the planet Venus)
    2. The Silmaril of Earth
    3. The Silmaril of Water

Weapons with Names

  1. Glamdring, the sword of Turgon, later the sword of Gandalf
  2. Sting, the blade of Bilbo Baggins, later of Frodo Baggins
  3. Narsil, the sword of Elendil; reforged as Andúril
  4. Andúril, the sword of Aragorn
  5. Orcrist, the sword of Thorin Oakenshield
  6. The Black Arrow of Bard the Bowman
  7. Herugrim, the sword of Théoden son of Thengel
  8. Gúthwinë, the sword of Éomer of Rohan
  9. Grond, Hammer of the Underworld, the mace of Morgoth
  10. Angrist, the blade of Curufin, later of Beren Erchamion
  11. Aeglos, the spear of Ereinion Gil-galad
  12. Ringil, the sword of Fingolfin
  13. Anglachel, the sword of Beleg Strongbow; reforged as Gurthang
  14. Belthronding, the bow of Beleg Strongbow
  15. Gurthang, the sword of Túrin Turambar
  16. Anguirel, the sword of Maeglin
  17. Aranrúth, the sword of Elu Thingol
  18. Dramborleg, the axe of Tuor son of Huor

Elven Kingdoms, with Race(s) & Region

  1. Alqualondë (Teleri; Aman)
  2. Dor Caranthir (Noldor; Beleriand)
  3. Doriath (Sindar; Beleriand)
  4. Dorthonion (Noldor; Beleriand)
  5. Edhellond (Sindar & Nandor; Eriador)
  6. The Falas (Sindar; Beleriand)
  7. Gondolin (Noldor; Beleriand)
  8. Himlad (Noldor; Beleriand)
  9. Hithlum (Noldor; Beleriand)
  10. Lindon (Laiquendi, Noldor & Sindar; Beleriand)
  11. Lothlórien (Tawarwaith; Eriador)
  12. March of Maedhros (Noldor; Beleriand)
  13. Nargothrond (Noldor; Beleriand)
  14. Nevrast (Sindar & Noldor; Beleriand)
  15. Tirion (Noldor; Aman)
  16. Tol Eressëa (Teleri; Aman)
  17. Woodland Realm/Greenwood (Sindar & Tawarwaith; Eriador)

Inns of Middle-earth

  1. The Bridge Inn, Buckland, The Shire
  2. The Floating Log, Frogmorton, The Eastfarthing, The Shire
  3. The Forsaken Inn, a day’s ride east of Bree
  4. The Golden Perch, Stock, The Eastfarthing, The Shire
  5. The Green Dragon, Bywater, The Westfarthing, The Shire
  6. The Ivy Bush, Bywater, The Westfarthing, The Shire
  7. The Prancing Pony by Barliman Butterbur, Bree
  8. The Old Guesthouse (Sennas Iaur), Lampwrights’ Street, Minas Tirith, Gondor
  9. Rivendell (Imladris), The Last Homely House West of the Mountains

Regions of The Shire, with Subdivisions and Features

  1. The Northfarthing
    1. Bindbole Wood
  2. The Westfarthing
    1. Tookland/Tuckborough
    2. The White Downs
  3. The Southfarthing
    1. Longbottom
    2. The Green Hill Country
    3. The Overbourne Marshes
    4. Sarn Ford
    5. The Woody End
  4. The Eastfarthing
    1. The Marish
    2. The Yale
  5. The Eastmarch /Buckland
  6. The Westmarch
    1. The Far Downs
    2. The Tower Hills (Emyn Beraid)

Hobbit Families

  1. Baggins (plus Chubb-Baggins, Sackville-Baggins)
  2. Banks
  3. Boffin
  4. Bolger
  5. Bracegirdle
  6. Brandybuck or Marchbuck
  7. Brockhouse
  8. Brown
  9. Brownlock
  10. Bunce
  11. Burrowes, Burrows
  12. Butcher
  13. Chubb
  14. Clayhanger
  15. Cotton
  16. Diggle
  17. Fairbairn
  18. Gamgee, Gamwich, Gammidge, Gardner
  19. Goldworthy
  20. Goodbody, Gawkroger
  21. Goodchild
  22. Goodenough
  23. Goold
  24. Greenhand
  25. Grubb
  26. Harfoot
  27. Hayward
  28. Headstrong
  29. Hogg
  30. Hornblower
  31. Lightfoot
  32. Longholes
  33. Maggot
  34. Mugwort
  35. Noakes
  36. Oldbuck
  37. Proudfoot
  38. Puddifoot
  39. Roper
  40. Rumble
  41. Sackville
  42. Sandheaver
  43. Sandyman
  44. Smallburrow
  45. Took, North-took
  46. Tunnelly
  47. Twofoot
  48. Underhill
  49. Whitfoot

Kings & Ruling Queens of Númenor

  1. Elros Tar-Minyatur
  2. Vardamir Nólimon
  3. Tar-Amandil
  4. Tar-Elendil
  5. Tar-Meneldur Irimon
  6. Tar-Aldarion Anardil
  7. Tar-Ancalimë
  8. Tar-Anárion
  9. Tar-Súrion
  10. Tar-Telperiën
  11. Tar-Minastir
  12. Tar-Ciryatan
  13. Tar-Atanamir the Great
  14. Tar-Ancalimon
  15. Tar-Telemmaitë
  16. Tar-Vanimeldë
  17. Tar-Anducal the Usurper
  18. Tar-Alcarin
  19. Tar-Calmacil
  20. Tar-Ardamin
  21. Ar-Adûnakhôr
  22. Ar-Zimrathôn
  23. Ar-Sakalthôr
  24. Ar-Gimilzôr
  25. Tar-Palantir
  26. Tar-Míriel Ar-Zimraphel / Ar-Pharazôn

Kings of Arnor & Arthedain, and Chieftains of the Dúnedain (ancestors of Aragorn)

  1. Elendil, King of all the Dúnedain
  2. Isildur, High King of Arnor and Gondor
  3. Valandil
  4. Eldacar
  5. Arantar
  6. Tarcil
  7. Tarondor
  8. Valandur
  9. Elendur
  10. Eärendur, last High King of Arnor (died 861 TA)
  11. Amlaith
  12. Beleg
  13. Mallor
  14. Celepharn
  15. Celebrindor
  16. Malvegil
  17. Argeleb I
  18. Arveleg I
  19. Araphor
  20. Argeleb II
  21. Arvegil
  22. Arveleg II
  23. Araval
  24. Araphant
  25. Arvedui, Last King of the North Kingdom (died 1975 TA)
  26. Aranarth, first Chieftain of the Dúnedain
  27. Arahael
  28. Aranuir
  29. Aravir
  30. Aragorn I
  31. Araglas
  32. Arahad I
  33. Aragost
  34. Aravorn
  35. Arahad II
  36. Arassuil
  37. Arathorn I
  38. Argonui
  39. Arador
  40. Arathorn II
  41. Aragorn II Elessar, last Chieftain of the Dúnedain, and King of the Reunited Kingdom of the Dúnedain (crowned 3019 TA)
  42. Eldarion, King of the Reunited Kingdom of the Dúnedain

Kings of Gondor

  1. Elendil, King of all the Dúnedain
  2. Isildur & Anárion, High Kings of Gondor; after Anárion’s death, Isildur was High King of Arnor and Gondor
  3. Meneldil
  4. Cemendur
  5. Eärendil
  6. Anardil
  7. Ostoher
  8. Rómendacil I
  9. Turambar
  10. Atanatar I
  11. Siriondil
  12. Tarannon Falastur
  13. Eärnil I
  14. Ciryandil
  15. Hyarmendacil I
  16. Atanatar II
  17. Narmacil I
  18. Calmacil
  19. Rómendacil II
  20. Valacar
  21. Eldacar
  22. Castamir the Usurper
  23. Aldamir r. 1490–1540
  24. Hyarmendacil II
  25. Minardil
  26. Telemnar
  27. Tarondor
  28. Telumehtar Umbardacil
  29. Narmacil II
  30. Calimehtar
  31. Ondoher
  32. Eärnil II
  33. Eärnur, last King of Gondor (disappeared 2050 TA)

Ruling Stewards of Gondor

  1. Mardil Voronwë “the Steadfast”
  2. Eradan
  3. Herion
  4. Belegorn
  5. Húrin I
  6. Túrin I
  7. Hador
  8. Barahir
  9. Dior
  10. Denethor I
  11. Boromir
  12. Cirion
  13. Hallas
  14. Húrin II
  15. Belecthor I
  16. Orodreth
  17. Ecthelion I
  18. Egalmoth
  19. Beren
  20. Beregond
  21. Belecthor II
  22. Thorondir
  23. Túrin II
  24. Turgon
  25. Ecthelion II
  26. Denethor II
  27. Faramir

Kings of Rohan

  1. Eorl the Young
  2. Brego
  3. Aldor the Old
  4. Fréa
  5. Frëawine
  6. Goldwine
  7. Déor
  8. Gram
  9. Helm Hammerhand
  10. Fréaláf Hildeson
  11. Brytta Léofa
  12. Walda
  13. Folca the Hunter
  14. Folcwine
  15. Fengel
  16. Thenge
  17. Théoden the Renewed
  18. Éomer the Blessed
  19. Elfwine

Major Wars and Key Battles in the Legendarium

  1. The First War (Melkor v. Valar)
  2. Battle of the Powers (Valar v. Melkor)
  3. The Kinslaying at Alqualondë (Noldor v. Teleri)
  4. War of the Jewels (Elves, Men & Dwarves v. Melkor/Morgoth; Elven infighting)
    1. First Battle of Beleriand (Sindar v. Morgoth)
    2. Dagor-nuin-Giliath (Noldor v. Morgoth), 1 FA
    3. Dagor Aglareb (Morgoth v. Noldor), 60 FA
    4. Dagor Bragollach (Morgoth v. Elves & Men), 455-56 FA
    5. Nírnaeth Arnoediad (Morgoth v. Elves, Men & Dwarves), 472 FA
    6. Battle of Tumhalad/Sack of Nargothrond (Morgoth v. Elves & Men), 495 FA
    7. Ruin of Doriath/Second Kinslaying (Sons of Fëanor v. Doriath), 509 FA
    8. Third Kinslaying (Sons of Fëanor v. refugees from Doriath & Gondolin), 538 FA
  5. War of Wrath (Valar, Elves & Men v. Morgoth)
  6. War of the Elves and Sauron (Sauron v. Eregion, Lindon & Númenor), 1693–1701 SA
  7. Ar-Pharazôn’s Invasion of Middle-earth (Númenor v. Sauron), 3262 SA
  8. Assailing of Valinor/Downfall of Númenor (Númenor & Sauron v. Valar), 3319 SA
  9. War of the Last Alliance (Lindon, Gondor, Arnor, Lothlórien, Greenwood & Moria v. Sauron & the Black Númenóreans), 3430–3441 SA
    1. Battle of Dagorlad
    2. Siege of Barad-dûr
  10. Disaster of the Gladden Fields (Orcs v. Dúnedain, Greenwood), 2 TA
  11. First of many wars between Gondor and the Easterlings & Southrons (Gondor v. Rhûn, Harad, Umbar & Khand), 490 TA
  12. Gondor conquers the Harad (Gondor v. Harad), 1050 TA
  13. Rhudaur invades Arthedain  (Angmar & Rhudaur v. Arthedain), 1356 TA
  14. Angmar destroys Cardolan (Angmar v. Cardolan), 1409 TA
  15. The Kin-strife (Civil War in Gondor), 1432-47 TA
  16. Battle of the Camp (Wainriders & Haradrim v. Gondor), 1945 TA
  17. Battle of Fornost (Gondor, Elves of Lindon & Rivendell, Dúnedain of the North & Hobbits v. Angmar), 1975 TA
  18. Battle of the Field of Celebrant (Easterlings v. Gondor & Rohirrim), 2510 TA
  19. The Battle of Greenfields (Orcs v. Hobbits), 2747 TA
  20. War of the Dwarves and Orcs (Dwarves v. Orcs), 2793-2799 TA
    1. Battle of Nanduhirion
  21. Battle of Dol Guldur (White Council v. Sauron), 2941 TA
  22. Battle of Five Armies (Orcs & Wargs v. Elves of Mirkwood, Men of Esgaroth, Dwarves of Erebor and the Iron Hills, and Eagles), 2941 TA
  23. The War of the Ring (Sauron, Saruman, and the Men of Dunland, Rhûn, Harad, Umbar & Khand v. The Elves of Lothlórien, Mirkwood & Rivendell; the Men of Gondor, Rohan, Dale & Esgaroth and the Dúnedain of the North; the Dwarves of Erebor; the Ents; and The Shire), 3018-3019 TA
    1. First Battle of the Fords of Isen (Rohan v. Isengard)
    2. Second Battle of the Fords of Isen (Isengard v. Rohan)
    3. Battle of the Hornburg (Isengard v. Rohan)
    4. Destruction of Isengard (Ents v. Isengard)
    5. Battle of Lothlórien (Orcs v. Lothlórien)
    6. Battle Under the Trees (Orcs v. Elves of Mirkwood)
    7. Battle of Osgiliath (Mordor v. Gondor)
    8. Battle of Dale (Easterlings v. Men of Dale, Dwarves of Erebor)
    9. Battle of the Pelennor Fields (Mordor, Harad, Rhûn and Khand v. Gondor, Rohan and the Dúnedain of the North)
    10. Battle of the Morannon (Gondor, Rohan, Dúnedain of the North, Eagles v. Mordor, Harad and Rhûn)
    11. Battle of Bywater (Hobbits v. Saruman, Evil Men)

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