That's Balin's tomb
Yeah, that's definitely Balin's tomb... I'm removing. it
The Translation Fiction? Edit
This is is a profoundly unintelligible passage:
The name Durin, like other names of Tolkien's Dwarves, was taken from Old Norse: this was later explained by the translation fiction: because Westron was translated with English, the language of Dale was translated with Old Norse. The Dwarvish names were in Dalish, which therefore was translated in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings with Old Norse.What is a "translation fiction"? It's not explained. What does it mean to say one language is "translated with" another language? No clue. What is "Dalish"? The article gives no antecedent for it, doesn't explain what it is, and does not provide a link or a reference to explain it. The passage provides no information to a normal speaker of English. Is there someone who can guess what the poster was trying to say, and translate it? Or perhaps it should just be deleted.