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Gondolin - The Gate of Wood by LuisFBejarano - The first gate of fair Gondolin, which fell in the First Age.

Gate of Wood

Pen Based on Unfinished Tales, by J. Tolkien Property of Luis F. Bejarano The Gate of Wood

The Seven Gates of Gondolin

Seven Gate of Gondolin, artist unknown

Legolas of Woodland Realm by Ori-Clayfoot.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Pencil Drawing 2012 Legolas Greenleaf – J. Tolkien Was the son of Thranduil, King of the Woodland Realm of Northern Mirkwood, Thranduil ruled over t. Legolas of Woodland Realm

And the eastern host of the Orcs was taken between the armies of the Eldar, north of the Andram and midway between Aros and Gelion, and there they were utterly defeated, and those that fled north from the great slaughter were waylaid by the axes of the Naugrim that issued from Mount Dolmed; few indeed returned to Angband. ~ The Silmarillion, Of the Sindar. (Artwork: Dagor Aglareb by Luis F Bejarano)

Pen Based on Unfinished Tales, by J. Tolkien Property of Luis F. Bejarano The Gate of Wood

But they of the Heavenly Arch...were arrayed in a glory of colours, and their arms were set with jewels that flamed in the light now over the sky. Every shield of that battalion was of the blue of the heavens and its boss a jewel built of seven gems, rubies and amethysts and saphires, emeralds, chrysoprase, topaz, and amber, but an opal of great size was set in their helms. Egalmoth was their chieftain, and wore a blue mantle upon which the stars were embroidered in crystal.

Name: Egalmoth ( A spike upon a flowered crest. ) Title: Lord to the House of the Heavenly Arch Egalmoth is a kind ellon and an.

Sketch: Helm of Ecthelion by aautio.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt. Ecthelion of the Fountain, Captain of Gondolin and the Slayer of Gothmog, the Lord of Balrogs. His helmet, the eventual bane of Gothmog, is one of the few that's described in detail by Tolkien. 2B pencil.

To continue with the theme of the Helmets of the Gondolindrim, here's Ecthelion of the Fountain, Captain of Gondolin and the Slayer of Gothmog, the Lord. Sketch: Helm of Ecthelion

The House of the Hammer of Wrath: its Lord was Rog. Smiths and craftsmen were for the most part in this House. In battle they carried great war hammers and heavy shields, their symbol was the stricken anvil and a hammer that smites sparks about it; it was also carved in their shields, and they wore armour in black and red. They had a great hatred for Morgoth and the Balrogs, and during the Fall of Gondolin slayed a great number of the fell beasts. though perishing themselves.

The House of the Hammer of Wrath: its Lord was Rog. Smiths and craftsmen were for the most part in this House. In battle they carried great war hammers and heavy shields, their symbol was the stricken anvil and a hammer that smites sparks about it; it was also carved in their shields, and they wore armour in black and red. They had a great hatred for Morgoth and the Balrogs, and during the Fall of Gondolin slayed a great number of the fell beasts. though perishing themselves.

Grey Havens by LOTR3005 on deviantART

Grey Havens by on deviantART

The Crossing of Helcaraxe b/w by aautio.deviantart.com on @deviantART

The Tragedy during the Crossing of Helcaraxë “-- and finding no other way they endured at last the terror of the Helcaraxë and the cruel hills of ice. The Crossing of Helcaraxe b/w

The Gates of Gondolin Part III, Gate of Bronze by danthalion on deviantart

The Gates of Gondolin Part III, Gate of Bronze by danthalion on deviantart

Schematic of the Orfalch Echor showing the positioning of the Seven Gates of Gondolin.

Schematic of the Orfalch Echor showing the positioning of the Seven Gates of Gondolin.

The Gates of Gondolin Part II, The Gate Of Stone by danthalion on deviantart

The Gates of Gondolin Part II, The Gate Of Stone by danthalion on deviantart

Glorfindel and the balrog on the edge of the cliff by steamey on deviantART

It was at that time that a balrog and a contingent of orcs ambushed their company. Glorfindel there accomplished his greatest deed, for he saved the liv. Glorfindel and the balrog on the edge of the cliff

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