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  One Ring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ring remained hidden in the river bed for almost two millennia, until it was discovered on a fishing trip by a Stoor Hobbit named Déagol.
A recent interpretation by Danish author Peter Kjaerulff is that the Ring symbolises The Cursed Ring, a device described by both Plato in his Republic (the Ring of Gyges), and in Richard Wagner's The Ring of the Nibelung operas, besides Tolkien.
Frodo uses the ring to escape Boromir on the slopes of Amon Hen.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/One_Ring   (2878 words)

  
 The One Ring - Tolkien Gateway
The One Ring was created by the Dark Lord Sauron during the Second Age in order to enlarge his own might by combining it with the power of the Elven Smiths, and thus to give him control over the other Rings of Power, which had been made by Celebrimbor and his people with Sauron's influence.
The One Ring was forged secretly in the fires of Mount Doom.
Unlike the lesser Rings, it bore no gem, but its identity could be determined by a simple (though little-known) test: when heated in a fire, it displayed in fiery Tengwar letters in the Black Speech of Mordor a section of poetry from part of its lore - the Ring-inscription.
tolkiengateway.net /wiki/One_Ring   (1978 words)

  
 Encyclopedia of Arda: One Ring
The greatest of the Rings of Power, forged secretly by Sauron in the fires of Orodruin.
The Ring not only transported the wearer into the Wraith-world, making him invisible to those in the real world, but also granted virtual immortality and mastery over the nineteen Great Rings, and all other magical Rings forged in Eregion in the middle of the Second Age.
After Sauron's defeat at the end of that Age, the Ring was lost; the story of its recovery and ultimate destruction lie at the heart of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
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 The One Ring
This is the One Ring that he lost mony ages ago, to the great weakening of his power.
After introducing a friend to my Fellowship of the Ring chess variant, and being fairly pleased with its playability, I decided to adapt it to a smaller board for entry into the 42-squares contest.
A White piece with the Ring in White's promotion zone (a8, b8, c9, d8 or e8) may, as its move, destroy the Ring.
www.chessvariants.com /42.dir/onering.html   (963 words)

  
 1Ring: Contents
A Study of the History, Symbolism and Meaning of the One Ring in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth by David Harvey
In 1980 he won the TVNZ Mastermind Quiz contest with The Lord of the Rings as his specialist subject.
He has been reading Tolkien since he was 10 and has read The Lord of the Rings in excess of 35 times.
www.tolkienonline.de /etep/ring_toc.html   (369 words)

  
 The One Ring - Please answer
all the rings and to kill those who had refused to become his sock puppets.
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 One Ring to rule them all - a fansite of Tolkien & the LOTR films - Ver. King Elessar
One Ring to rule them all - a fansite of Tolkien & the LOTR films - Ver.
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