"The beacon! The beacon of Amon Dîn is lit!"
Guard of the Citadel in Minas Tirith

Amon Dîn was the first and possibly the oldest of the seven Warning beacons of Gondor, located between the Drúadan Forest and the Grey Wood.[1]


It was originally used as a fortified position of the city of Minas Tirith keeping watch over north Ithilien and Dagorlad. During the Siege of Gondor, Amon Dîn was the second beacon to be lit.[2]


Amon Dîn was Sindarin for 'silent mound'.[3]

Translations around the worldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic آمون الدين
Armenian Ամոն Դին
Belarusian Cyrillic Амон Дін
Bengali আমোন দীন
Bulgarian Cyrillic Амон Дин
Chinese (Hong Kong) 阿摩丁
Georgian ამონ დინი
Greek Αμον Διν
Gujarati આમોન દિન
Hindi आमोन दीन
Hungarian A Csendes Domb
Japanese アモンディン
Kannada ಆಮೋನನು ದಿನ್
Kazakh Cyrillic Амон Дін
Korean 아몬 딘
Macedonian Cyrillic Амон Дин
Marathi आमोन दिन ?
Mongolian Cyrillic Амон Дин
Nepalese आमोनलाई दीन
Punjabi ਆਮੋਨ ਦੀਨ
Russian Амон Дин
Serbian Амон Дин (Cyrillic) Amon Din (Latin)
Sinhalese ඇමොන් ඩින්
Tamil ஆமோன் தின்
Telugu అమాన్ దిన్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Амон Дін
Urdu امون الدین
Uyghur ئمون دىن
Uzbek Амон Дин (Cyrillic) Amon Din (Latin)
Warning beacons of Gondor
Amon Dîn | Eilenach | Nardol | Erelas | Min-Rimmon | Calenhad | Amon Anwar (Halifirien)


  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The White Mountains"
  2. Unfinished Tales, Part Three: The Third Age, chapter II: "Cirion and Eorl and the Friendship of Gondor and Rohan"
  3. The Complete Guide to Middle-earth