In the years after the Return of the Ñoldor to Middle-earth, it was one of the dwelling places of Celegorm and Curufin up to FA 455 when it was overrun by the forces of Morgoth during the Dagor Bragollach. The area was destroyed along with the rest of the Beleriand at the end of the First Age following the War of Wrath.
Translations around the WorldEdit
|Foreign Language||Translated name|
|Chinese (Hong Kong)||艾格隆狹道|
Aglon literally means "narrow path" in Elvish, but was actually taken to mean "pass between high walls" at the time.
|Cuiviénen • Eglador • Havens of the Falas|
|Doriath • Dorthonion • Gondolin • Havens of Sirion • Havens of the Falas • Himlad • Hithlum • Maglor's Gap • March of Maedhros • Nargothrond • Nevrast • Ossiriand • Pass of Aglon • Pass of Sirion • Thargelion|
|Eregion • Greenwood the Great • Lindon • Rivendell|
|Lindon • Lothlórien • Northern Mirkwood • Rivendell|
|East Lórien • Lindon • Lothlórien • Rivendell • Wood of Greenleaves|