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'''Haudh-en-Elleth''' was the grave of [[Finduilas]] of [[Nargothrond]] that stood near the [[Crossings of Teiglin]] on the western borders of the [[Forest of Brethil]].<ref>{{S|21}}</ref>  [[Turin]] would not allow [[Orcs]] to draw near to the mound.<ref>{{CH|13}}, p. 197</ref>  On one of his forays to battle Orcs near the Crossings, Turin discovered [[Niënor]] his sister (whom he did not know) upon the mound, naked and cowering from a storm.<ref>{{CH|15}}, p. 214</ref>  Later Turin met [[Mablung]] at the mound and learned that Niënor was indeed his sister.<ref>{{CH|18}}, p. 253</ref>
 
'''Haudh-en-Elleth''' was the grave of [[Finduilas]] of [[Nargothrond]] that stood near the [[Crossings of Teiglin]] on the western borders of the [[Forest of Brethil]].<ref>{{S|21}}</ref>  [[Turin]] would not allow [[Orcs]] to draw near to the mound.<ref>{{CH|13}}, p. 197</ref>  On one of his forays to battle Orcs near the Crossings, Turin discovered [[Niënor]] his sister (whom he did not know) upon the mound, naked and cowering from a storm.<ref>{{CH|15}}, p. 214</ref>  Later Turin met [[Mablung]] at the mound and learned that Niënor was indeed his sister.<ref>{{CH|18}}, p. 253</ref>
  

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