Middle Earth Index Of Events

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Fall of Gondolin

Fall of Gondolin (510 Y.S.) - The Noldor city of Gondolin was protected by the Encircling Mountains, also called Echoria...

Fall of Nargothrond

Fall of Nargothrond (495 Y.S.) - In the Year of the Sun 495, Morgoth unleased Glaurung upon the Noldor city of Nargothro...

Fall of Númenor (3319 S.A.)

Fall of Númenor (3319 S.A.) - It took decades for Sauron to bring down Númenor, but eventually he succeede...

Fall of the Northern Kingdoms

Fall of the Northern Kingdoms - The power of Angmar became too strong for the divided Northern Kingdoms.  Rhudaur a...

Faramir

Faramir - Younger brother of Boromir who became Denethor's heir upon Boromir's death.   "Boromir, fi...

Fëanor Exiled

Fëanor Exiled (4990 F.A.) - Though he was freed from imprisonment, Morgoth was confined to Valinor in order to rema...

Fëanor, Fingolfin and Finarfin

Fëanor, Fingolfin & Finarfin - Finwë had three sons; Fëanor, Fingolfin and Finarfin.  All three ...

Fingon Rescues Maedhros

Fingon Rescues Maedhros - At Dagor-nuin-Giliath (Battle Under the Stars) where Fëanor was slain, his son, Maedhros,...

Finwë

Finwë - When the Elves became divided as a result of the Great Journey, a leader arose for each respective group.&n...

Finwë Slain

Finwë Slain (4995 F.A.) - Manwë held a great festival in an attempt to heal the rift between the Valar and the...

Forging of the Rings begins

Forging of the Rings begins - Having gained the Elves' trust as Annatar, Sauron went to work executing his master sc...

Fornost

Fornost - After the break-up of Arnor into successor states, the capital of Annúminas was abandoned and the north...

Frodo Baggins

Frodo - A hobbit of the Shire who is related to Bilbo (a distant cousin) and his heir.  As a result, he inherited t...

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