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Beleriand

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   Beleriand first appreared in the Creation of the world before the documented Year 1 of the First Age, the first dwelt upon and founded part of Ennor, and the land on which many events of the First Age happened.  Later sunk by act of Eru by the hand of the Valar, what little of Beleriand left existed in the edges of Eriador in the later Middle Earth of the Second and Third Ages.  The full extent of Beleriand was documented and mapped of what lay before its destruction.

   Beleriand consisted of four large mountain ranges: Ered Lomin, Ered Wethrin, Ered Gorgoroth, and Ered Luin and many notable rivers, which will be mapped in the sections of Beleriand.  Two large areas of mapped forest land dominate the geography: Doriath and Taur-im-Duinath, Doriath the only one to be mentioned in history.  The days of the First Age could be considered the glory days of Aman (Eldamar), however also the days of the Jewels, and the days when the Feanorians ruled a great part of Beleriand.  They were the days of lords and kings, acts of terrible destruction and valour.  How mentionable persons of the Second and Third Ages such as Ereinion Gil-Galad and Elrond Peredhel escaped the fate of Beleriand, little is known.

 
Hithlum
Falas
West Beleriand
Doriath
East Beleriand
Anfauglith
Lothlann
Isle of Balar