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Aule and dwarves  by http://denis-gordeev.livejournal.com

Aule and dwarves by http://denis-gordeev.livejournal.com

Cursed Anglo-Romano ring from the 4th/5th century that was found in a field in 1785 in Silchester, Gloucestershire. It's a rather large inscribed gold ring, weighing 12g, and it is believed to be the source of Tolkien's inspiration for "the one ring".

Cursed Anglo-Romano ring from the 4th/5th century that was found in a field in 1785 in Silchester, Gloucestershire. It's a rather large inscribed gold ring, weighing 12g, and it is believed to be the source of Tolkien's inspiration for "the one ring".

The Nauglamir (By Ted Nasmith) this necklace was a great treasure of the dwarves and the Silmarils were a great treasure of the elves. Some idiot elf (Thingol) had the bright idea of joining the two and then claiming it for himself. The idiot died and the Nouglamir was given to his daughter. #Tolkien #Silmarillion

The Nauglamir (By Ted Nasmith) this necklace was a great treasure of the dwarves and the Silmarils were a great treasure of the elves. Some idiot elf (Thingol) had the bright idea of joining the two and then claiming it for himself. The idiot died and the Nouglamir was given to his daughter. #Tolkien #Silmarillion

Rivendell - Lord of the Rings | 24 Famous Miniature Movie Sets That Will Blow Your Mind

24 Famous Miniature Movie Sets That Will Blow Your Mind

Rivendell - Lord of the Rings | 24 Famous Miniature Movie Sets That Will Blow Your Mind

What an amazing photograph of a historic tree, located in Brocéliande forest, in Bretagne (France).

What an amazing photograph of a historic tree, located in Brocéliande forest, in Bretagne (France).

Aulë shaping the landscape of Arda. Art by Serge Van Khache. "Of the fabric of Earth had Aulë thought, to whom Illuvatar had gven skill and knowledge scarce less than to Melkor; but the delight and pride of Aulë is in the deed of making, and in the thing made, and neither in possession nor in his own mastery;"

Aulë shaping the landscape of Arda. Art by Serge Van Khache. "Of the fabric of Earth had Aulë thought, to whom Illuvatar had gven skill and knowledge scarce less than to Melkor; but the delight and pride of Aulë is in the deed of making, and in the thing made, and neither in possession nor in his own mastery;"

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