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Agar

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'''Agar''' was the name for the town and the land in the story of [[Tal-Elmar (character)|Tal-Elmar]]. On its location little information is given, except that it was a region of green hills, situated "three leagues away" from the shores of the [[Belegaer|Great Sea]]. In a note near the end of the story there was a suggestion that the place was on the estuary of the [[Isen]] or perhaps the [[Morthond]].  The town was ruled by a town-master, who was named [[Mogru]] when Tal-Elmar lived in the town.<ref>{{PM|Elmar}}</ref>
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'''Agar''' was the name for the town and the land in the story of [[Tal-Elmar (character)|Tal-Elmar]]. On its location little information is given, except that it was a region of green hills, situated "three leagues away" from the shores of the [[Belegaer|Great Sea]], and apparently closer to the ocean than the rival town of [[Udul]]. In a note near the end of the story there was a suggestion that the place was on the estuary of the [[Isen]] or perhaps the [[Morthond]].  The town was ruled by a town-master, who was named [[Mogru]] when Tal-Elmar lived in the town.<ref>{{PM|Elmar}}</ref>
  
 
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Agar
Physical Description
TypeTown and land
LocationThree leagues from the sea
InhabitantsPre-Númenórean people
DescriptionFenced town
General Information
Other namesHills of Agar

Agar was the name for the town and the land in the story of Tal-Elmar. On its location little information is given, except that it was a region of green hills, situated "three leagues away" from the shores of the Great Sea, and apparently closer to the ocean than the rival town of Udul. In a note near the end of the story there was a suggestion that the place was on the estuary of the Isen or perhaps the Morthond. The town was ruled by a town-master, who was named Mogru when Tal-Elmar lived in the town.[1]

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Peoples of Middle-earth, "Tal-Elmar"