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The Master-stone was the highest of all the Palantíri.

HistoryEdit

The Master-stone was made at an unknown time by the Ñoldor prince Fëanor while he was still in Aman.[1][2] Exactly where it was during the rest of the Years of the Trees and the First Age has not been recorded. The stone is only mentioned in the history of the Dúnedain in the time of Elendil's rule of the exile kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor in Middle-earth after the Fall of Númenor, as being in the Tower of Avallónë on Tol Eressëa in the Undying Lands. It is recorded that Elendil, while using the Elostirion-stone to gaze into west was believed to have been able to see the Tower of Avallónë where the Master-stone was kept.[3][4]

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Meester-klip
Albanian gur mjeshtër
Amharic መምህር-ድንጋይ
Arabic الحجر الرئيسي
Armenian Վարպետ քար
Basque Maisu harria
Belarusian Cyrillic Майстар-камень
Bengali মাস্টার-পাথর
Bosnian Vladajuća kamen
Bulgarian Cyrillic Магистър-камък
Cambodian អនុបណ្ឌិតថ្ម
Catalan Mestre-pedra
Chinese 大师-石头
Cornish Arlodh-labedha
Croatian Učiteljski kamen
Czech Vládnoucí kámen
Danish Mestersten
Dutch Meestersteen
Esperanto Majstro-ŝtono
Estonian Kapten-kivi
Faroese Húsbóndi-steinur
Finnish Pääkivi
French Pierre de maître
Frisian Master-stien
Galician Pedra Mestre
Georgian სამაგისტრო ქვა
German Meister-stein
Greek Κύρια πέτρα
Haitian Creole Mèt-wòch
Hausa Jagora-dutse
Hebrew אבן מאסטר
Hindi मास्टर-पत्थर
Hungarian Mester-kő
Icelandic Aðalsteinn
Indonesian batu Menguasai
Irish Gaelic Máistir-chloch
Italian Pietra Padrona
Japanese マスターストーン
Kannada ಮಾಸ್ಟರ್ ಕಲ್ಲು
Kazakh Мастер-тас (Cyrillic) Master-tas (Latin)
Korean 마스터 스톤
Kurdish Mamoste-kevir (Kurmanji Kurdish)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Мастер-таш
Latin Magister lapis
Latvian Meistars-akmens
Lithuanian Meistras-akmuo
Luxembourgish Meeschtesch-stee
Macedonian Cyrillic Господар на камен
Malaysian batu Induk
Manx Ard-clagh
Marathi मास्टर-स्टोन
Maltese Kaptan-ġebel
Mongolian Cyrillic Мастер чулуу
Nepalese मास्टर-पत्थर
Norwegian Hoved-stein
Pashto ماسټر-ډبره
Persian استاد سنگ
Polish Główny Kamień
Portuguese Pedra Mestra
Punjabi ਮਾਸਟਰ ਪੱਥਰ
Romanian Maestru piatră
Romansh Maistra crap
Russian Главный камень
Scottish Gaelic Mhaighstir-cloiche
Serbian Мастер-камен (Cyrillic) Gospodar-kamen (Latin)
Sesotho Mong'a Lejoe
Sindhi ماسٽر پٿر
Sinhalese ස්වාමියා-ගල්
Slovak Hlavný kameň
Slovenian Mojster kamen
Somalian Sayidkiisa-dhagax
Spanish Piedra Maestra
Swahili Bwana-jiwe
Swedish Mästersten
Tahitian Fatu te ofai
Tajik Cyrillic Мастер-санге
Tamil மாஸ்டர்-கல்
Telugu మాస్టర్-రాయి
Thai หินต้นแบบ
Tongan Eiki maka
Turkish Usta taşı
Turkmen Nusgalyk daş
Ukrainian Cyrillic Майстер-камінь
Urdu ماسٹر پتھر
Uzbek Ҳўжайин-тош (Cyrillic) Ho'jayin-tosh (Latin)
Vietnamese Thạc sĩ-Cục đá
Welsh Meistr-carreg
Yiddish האר-שטיין
Yucatec Maya Tuunich noj bejo'

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers, Book Three, Chapter XI: "The Palantír"
  2. The Silmarillion, Index of Names
  3. The Silmarillion, Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age
  4. Unfinished Tales, Part Four: III: "The Palantíri", Notes