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  Dale (Middle-earth) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dale was sacked for a second time during the War of the Ring by invaders from the east.
The people of Dale took refuge in Erebor with the Dwarves, and it was during the siege of Erebor that King Dáin II Ironfoot of Erebor and King Brand of Dale were slain.
Gandalf the Grey was indirectly responsible for the rebuilding of Dale, in that he set in motion the quest that would result in the slaying of Smaug and provided vital aid to it.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dale_(Middle-earth)   (296 words)

  
 Valleys of Middle-earth
Dimrill Dale was formed by the arms of the three Mountains of Moria: Silvertine, Cloudyhead, and Redhorn.
There at the head of the dale the Dimrill Stair descended from the Redhorn Gate, and beside the stair fell torrent of water in a series of short falls.
In 2799 the Dwarves came to Dimrill Dale and fought the Orcs in the Battle of Azanulbizar.
www.tuckborough.net /valleys.html   (2847 words)

  
 dale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The name occurs particularly frequently in the Lowlands of Scotland and in the North of England, where the term "fell" commonly refers to the mountains or hills that flank the dale.
"Dale", the native English word, equates to usages in other areas such as the term "valley", a word which dates only from the Norman Conquest.
Dale Gribble on King of the Hill, a paranoia-bound character who believes in crazy things along the lines of the Soviets messing with headsets
www.yourencyclopedia.net /dale.html   (190 words)

  
 Middle Earth, Week 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
With any luck, this is the rebuilt town of Dale, on the Long Lake, and we are on the slopes of Erebor, the Lonely Mountain.
Dale is a walled city, with guards at the gate, but the guards look bored, not tough.
I conclude that in Middle Earth the solstices and equinoxes mark the midpoints of the seasons, not their changes.
home.comcast.net /~evholmes/Tuesday/Tolkien/Tolkien-1.html   (882 words)

  
 Middle Earth Races
Thus some of the Teleri were in Middle Earth, and never saw the light of Aman, and were called the Moriquendi, the elves of the dark.
The Noldor pursued Melkor to Middle Earth, and swore a terrible oath in disobedience of the Valar, and fought the fruitless war of the Silmarills.
All elves in Middle Earth are ageless, untouched by sickness or pestilence.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/byzantium/55/merpadd.htm   (2549 words)

  
 DALE FACTS AND INFORMATION
In physical geography, a dale is an open valley.
"Dale", from the Scandinavian word ''"dalr",'' equates to usages in other areas such as the term "valley", a word which dates only from the Norman_Conquest.
"Dale" is a very manly name, usually used for warriors.
www.witwib.com /index.php?s=dale   (116 words)

  
 Battles of Middle-earth
An army of Easterlings allied to Sauron crossed the River Carnen and King Brand of Dale was forced to retreat to the foot of the Lonely Mountain.
Dale was also rebuilt under the leadership of Bard, the new King of Dale.
The battle commonly called the Battle of Dale was fought during the War of the Ring.
www.tuckborough.net /battles.html   (5998 words)

  
 Races of Middle Earth
Erebor, and the Human Kingdom of Dale then became mighty forces that were able to resist the army of Easterlings and Orcs that Sauron sent against Gondor from the North.
Although they lived in Middle Earth in The Time Before Days the Sun, the came there seldom thereafter, only to spy on the evil of The Enemy but also occasionally marrying the Elves.
In the War of Wrath all of Valinor attacked the might of Melkor in Middle Earth, and the host of Morgoth was destroyed.
www.geocities.com /palynolo/lotrrace.html   (3438 words)

  
 Resurrecting Dale, City of A Thousand Untold Stories
Dale is one of those far-off places in Middle-earth that people sort of occasionally wonder about.
The Easterlings need not have been concerned with Dale, but there is the curious matter of King Bladorthin and the spears with thrice-forged heads that were never delivered to his army.
The prosperity of Dale is summarized by Thorin in The Hobbit.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/tolkien/40848   (2591 words)

  
 Middle-earth @ www.ezboard.com
Temporary location for general discussion and chat on the old Middle Earth in preparation for the move.
After the fall of Moria to the Balrog, the dwarves of Durin's folk removed to the Grey Mountains, and from there to Erebor when they were chased away by the cold-drakes of the Mountains.
The 'Black Forest' to the south of Middle Earth.
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 Middle Earth News, Trailers, Screenshots, Previews, Reviews, Guides -- Middle Earth Vault
The Sith War is a Total Conversion for the PC Real Time Strategy game Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth, aiming to bring to life epic infantry and Jedi battles in an era of Star Wars made famous by the recent Knights of the Old Republic,...
Battle for the Galaxy is a total conversion mod for the Battle for Middle Earth.
Well it converts RTW into the Middle Earth universe, and because the mod is based off of RTW you...
mevault.ign.com /View.php?view=Mod.List   (476 words)

  
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An All-American athlete who was kidnapped from Earth and thrust into the middle of a raging war on the distant Planet Mongo.
The courageous Dale Arden has been by Flash's side since they were both kidnapped and taken to Mongo.
Driven mad with the knowledge of Earth's imminent demise, it was Dr. Zarkov who forced Flash and Dale to accompany him on his spaceship to change the course of the approaching Mongo.
www.kingfeatures.com /features/comics/fgordon/charactMaina.htm   (209 words)

  
 Middle-earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tolkien's mythological tales of Middle-earth are meant to be taken, fictitiously, as an ancient history of the Earth, particularly of Europe, from several thousand years before the lands took their present shape.
It is consistently misspelled as 'Middle Earth' by journalists.
Although 'Middle-earth' strictly refers to a specific continent on Tolkien's fictional ancient earth, representing what we know as Eurasia and Africa, the term is sometimes erroneously used to refer to this entire 'earth' (properly called Arda).
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 Trade in Middle-Earth
The great middle expanse along the coast feels completely desolate, and the Fellowship doesn't seem to be making any effort to avoid people, there being no people to avoid.
It's not clear if the dwarves of the Iron Hills are part of this network, but even so at a time when Gondor and Rohan haven't seen elves from Lorien in, like, forever, "lesser" men of the Lake and "Rhun" have been hobnobbing with elves on a regular basis.
Then, in Frodo's time, Bilbo is able to send to the Lonely Mountain and Dale for lots of birthday presents, and have them return.
www.cs.indiana.edu /~dasulliv/tradeInMiddleEarth.html   (660 words)

  
 Places in Middle Earth
The Southern Kingdom of Middle Earth, founded in the Second Age by the Dúnedain, the Men of Westernesse.
Citadel of the Stars, city of Gondor built during the Second Age of Middle Earth, through the midst of which flowed the river Anduin.
On the south-western bank was Amon Hen (the Hill of the Eye) where Frodo sat on the Seat of Seeing and saw far across Middle Earth to the Dark Tower of Sauron.
members.chello.nl /~f.debresser/Lotr/places.html   (2208 words)

  
 Middle Earth Lists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I have plundered ICE's excellent Middle Earth modules for some additional detail but almost all the basic troops are as close to what Tolkien describes as possible.
There were few Noldor left Middle Earth after the fall of Gil-Galad and the defeat of Sauron in the War of the Last Alliance.
As such it is the last Elven army in Middle Earth to include significant numbers of Noldor and Sindar.
tetrad.stanford.edu /var/MiddleEarthLists.html   (4692 words)

  
 Finduilas's J.R.R. Tolkien Page - Places in Middle-Earth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A town to the immediate south of the Lonely Mountain, Dale was ruined by Smaug.
After the death of Smaug and the Battle of the Five Armies, Dale was eventually rebuilt under the kingship of Bard.
In the time of the War of the Ring, Dale's king was Brand, who fell soon before the end of the Ring.
fin.go.wifl.at.org /tables/html/places.htm   (4621 words)

  
 The Grey Havens - Middle-earth: Did the events in LotR take place on another planet?
And though I have not attempted to relate the shape of the mountains and land-masses to what geologists may say or surmise about the nearer past, imaginatively this 'history' is supposed to take place in a period of the actual Old World of this planet.
The theatre of my tale is this earth, the one in which we now live, but the historical period is imaginary.
I have not made any of the peoples on the 'right' side, Hobbits, Rohirrim, Men of Dale or of Gondor, any better than men have been orare, or can be.
tolkien.cro.net /mearth/another.html   (641 words)

  
 Middle-Earth - tribe.net
A better Zeppelin tribute to Middle Earth would be "Ramble On", which seems to be about Aragorn, but they mess up on the chronology of things.
Ultimately, he caught the spirit of Middle Earth better than Rush or Led Zeppelin or the Brothers Hildebrandt all combined.
It was worth it to witness the death of Boromir and the re-forging of the sword that was broken, the flowering of the White Tree and Sam's fight with Shelob and Smeagol's arguments with himself.
middle-earth.tribe.net /thread/2655ff51-5691-4963-9909-4019d7fb44d7   (1605 words)

  
 Chronology of Middle Earth
In the far north of Eriador, the wood-elves of Mirkwood had repelled an attack from Dol Guldur on the same day that the siege of Minas Tirith was lifted.
Two days later, Sauron's northern army attacked Dale, and both men and dwarves were forced to take refuge in Erebor, which was well suited to withstand a siege.
Both King Brand of Dale and King Dain of the Mountain fell in battle in Dale.In L?rien, the elves withstood three assaults of the enemy, so far was Sauron's power extended in those days.
lotrscrapbook.bookloaf.net /ref/synopsis.html   (7363 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: Treason of Isengard: The History of The Lord of the Rings, Part Two (The History of Middle-Earth, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This book is also part of the larger, 12-part History of Middle Earth series, which takes a close look at the creation of Tolkien's greatest achievement - Middle Earth itself - through early drafts, unpublished texts, and dead end writings.
But if you're interested in seeing how the Professor developed the rich creation of Middle Earth, warts and all, this is a treasure trove of material.
Anybody wishing to do a study of Tolkien's craft, into "behind the scenes" writings, or just interested in finding a few snatches of new Middle Earth material (even if in unfinished form, there are some scattered throughout the series) will certainly find what they are looking for here.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0395515629?v=glance   (1970 words)

  
 Poplore | Middle-Earth | Datalore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
And though I have not attempted to relate the shape of the mountains and land-masses to what geologists may say or surmise about the nearer past, imagina- tively this 'history' is supposed to take place in a period of the actual Old World of this planet.
On the other hand, he made some attempt to address the difficulty in the quote from the Prologue (FR, 11), where it was said: "Those days, the Third Age of Middle- earth, are now long past, and the shape of all lands has been changed...".
The conclusion is that it is a matter for each individual reader as to how important is the lack of geographical fit and where one comes down on the continuum between "Middle-earth was northwestern Europe" and "Middle-earth might as well have been northwestern Europe" (or, as Tolkien might have said, "Middle-earth 'imaginatively' was northwestern Europe").
users.ticnet.com /kevind/poplore/tvmovie/tolkien_lotr.htm   (4648 words)

  
 Earth Science For Secondary Schools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
SouthWest Geo-Ed is a Flagstaff-based company formed by Dale Nations and Bob Swift in 1998.
The company provides geologic consulting services in California and Arizona (states in which Nations is a Registered Professional Geologist) as well as educational print materials.Workshops and field trips for educators are available; contact either of us for details.
Dale Nations is Regents Professor of Geology, Emeritus, at Northern Arizona University.
www.southwestgeo-ed.com /newhome.html   (134 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Books: The Atlas of Middle-Earth (Revised Edition)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the Second Age, she ignores Unfinished Tales completely and places Thranduil (the son of Oropher) in northern Greenwood, instead of in the southern part of the forest.
Her depiction of Dale's borders in the Third Age is grossly inaccurate, and Druwaith Iaur is placed to the north of where Christopher Tolkien indicates it should be on his map.
Landscape, movements of the servants of Morgoth and Sauron, wars, settlements of elves and men and dwarves, to the world of Tolkien in its entirety from the void, to valinor, to middle earth, to the lands beyond throughout the ages.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0618126996?v=glance   (2147 words)

  
 Michael Martinez Tolkien Essays — Merp.com Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the development of Middle-earth, the Second Age was almost an after-thought, and it didn't really call for dragons, although we have to assume for the sake of the pseudo-history that they were always there, in the background, waiting for an opportunity to make their appearance...
Author: Michael Martinez Published on: August 25, 2000 Related Subject(s): Tolkien, J. (John Ronald Reuel), 1892-1973 -- Criticism and interpretation, Middle Earth (Imaginary place) One of the most intriguing and infuriating points in Tolkien's pseudo-history is the division of Arnor in the Third Age 861 by the three sons of Earendur.
Author: Michael Martinez Published on: September 8, 2000 Related Subject(s): Tolkien, J. (John Ronald Reuel), 1892-1973 -- Characters, Middle Earth (Imaginary place) Something should be said about the founding of Arnor and Gondor, but it's not easy to assign the establishment of the Dunadan realms in exile their proper place in the Tolkien legendarium.
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 Back to Middle Earth, Week 5
We rummage through the pantope, but none of the carpentry tools we find were owned by a good enough carpenter.
Being disguised, she can't very well introduce Tom herself, but she writes him a letter of introduction and we open the pantope on Dale by the Long Lake, the day after we left Mirkwood.
She has in mind the land of Lorien, in the year 1400 SA, 25 years after it was founded (and back when it was called "Laurelindorinan").
users.rcn.com /evholmes/Tuesday/Tolkien2/Tolkien2-5.html   (1244 words)

  
 Middle-earth
The City-kingdom of Dale is an ancient citadel of the North.
Through long years the Men of Dale, who are among the descendants of the Edain, kept good friendship with the men of Esgaroth, dwarves of Erebor and the elves of Mirkwood under Thranduil.
This island in the middle of the Anduin is one of [i]the[/i] most important strategic points in Gondor.
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 dale - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 Middle Earth Places: Dimrill Dale
Dimrill Dale is located outside Moria on the eastern side of the Misty Mountains.
It was where the remainder of the Fellowship take a moment to grieve following the fall of Gandalf with the Balrog at the Bridge of Khazad-dûm.
While Frodo wandered down to the lake that helps give the Dale its beauty, Aragorn and Boromir have a small argument when Aragorn wants to immediately push on before evening comes and the Orcs venture out of Moria.
www.patriotresource.com /lotr/places/dimrill.html   (110 words)

  
 Middle Earth, Week 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Tom wracks his memory of the Middle Earth maps he has seen and claimed we were from the mountains of Yon (or whatever it was.
We head downhill, toward Dale, then veer off and look for a campsite to wait until tomorrow's dusk.
At the bottom of the stairs is the treasure-hoard of Smaug, all the wealth of Dale and the much vaster wealth of Thror, King Under the Mountain.
users.rcn.com /evholmes/Tuesday/Tolkien/Tolkien-2.html   (1336 words)

  
 Keyword   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Resurrecting Dale, City of A Thousand Untold StoriesDale is one of those far-off places in Middle-earth that people sort of occasionally wonder about.
Notwithstanding the 2000 decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in Boy Scouts of America vs. Dale, affirming the constitutional right of the Boy Scouts to exclude avowed homosexuals as adult leaders, the battle is not over.
Monsignor Dale Fushek, pastor of St. Timothy Catholic Community in Mesa and the founder of Life...
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