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This is a high resolution interactive map of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. In the menu to the right you can show events, places and character movements. Extensive anecdotal testimony exists about the power of the maps to pull people into Tolkien's Middle-earth, especially the maps in The Hobbit with their red ink. As such the maps drawn and sketched by J.R.R. Tolkien are the results of mapping the internally. constructed world of Middle-earth (a purely.
After the defeat of the Wainriders, when many of the Northmen had left Rhovanion and settled among the folk of Gondor, a new group of Easterlings had taken the lands east of Mirkwood. The family owned many tobacco plantations, and the Sackville-Bagginses had land in South Farthing, so Hardbottle was placed on the White Downs at their south end. Rohan could not come to Condor's assistance, because of difficulties of its own. The reverse is also true. West of the lands of Beleriand were the Sundering Seas. Rhudaur and Cardolan lay on the north and south, respectively, of the Great Road between Weathertop and the upper waters of the Greyflood, while the Angle beyond the river was part of Rhudaur. The index marks shown here are miles apart, as are Tolkien's originals, but they are off 50 miles east—west and are 25 miles north on the north-south grid.