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Celeborn's past is explored, who could be both [[Teleri|Teler]] of Valinor or a [[Sindar|Sinda]] as well. There are also references to [[Amroth]], the King of [[Lothlórien|Lórien]] before the arrival of Galadriel and Celeborn, other legends connected to him such as [[Nimrodel]] and [[Mithrellas]], and a discussion about the [[Silvan Elves]] and their speech.
 
Celeborn's past is explored, who could be both [[Teleri|Teler]] of Valinor or a [[Sindar|Sinda]] as well. There are also references to [[Amroth]], the King of [[Lothlórien|Lórien]] before the arrival of Galadriel and Celeborn, other legends connected to him such as [[Nimrodel]] and [[Mithrellas]], and a discussion about the [[Silvan Elves]] and their speech.
  
There is also a discussion on [[Celebrimbor]], where the idea that he was in love with Galadriel is introduced, a fact connected to the [[Elessar of Eärendil|Elessar]]; there is also a reference to [[Enerdhil]] the obscure smith of [[Gondolin]] who in a version of the story created the Elessar.
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There is also a discussion on [[Celebrimbor]], where the idea that he was in love with Galadriel is introduced, a fact connected to the [[Elessar of Eärendil|Elessar]]; there is also a reference and [[Enerdhil]] the obscure smith of [[Gondolin]] by whom in a version of the story was constructed.
  
 
All in all, the chapter discusses and presents several versions of the aforementioned tales and essays related to them; along with their contradictions, which Tolkien may have abandoned or never resolved, failing in the end to determine final, definitive versions thereof.
 
All in all, the chapter discusses and presents several versions of the aforementioned tales and essays related to them; along with their contradictions, which Tolkien may have abandoned or never resolved, failing in the end to determine final, definitive versions thereof.

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