Abridged History of the 10th Age
All ye 10th Age lovers, there are now free text-only copies of the Atlas of Arunia Ecumenia and the Cults and Temples of the Middle World available! These can be found here.
Notes on pronunciation: Any vowel with an umlaut is probably from an Elvish word. In the northern dialect of the Elvish tongue (called Solë) the umlaut is pronounced as though the vowel had a “y” preceding it. Thus, Solë is pronounced “solyeh” and Arunë is “arunyeh.”
The combinatory æ (appears as ae most of the time) is pronounced as the Latin ae – thus, Haeron is High-ron, as the pronunciation is that of a long i.
Timekeeping in Arunë
Timeline of the Tenth Age
Writing of Arunë
Delicacies of Arunë
Vintages, alphabetically by region
Smokeleaf, alphabetically by region