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[[Ascar]] also known as '''Rathlóriel''' was a [[river]] in [[Ossiriand]], a region of eastern [[Beleriand]].
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'''Ascar''', also known as '''Rathlóriel''', was one of the seven [[river]]s of [[Ossiriand]], a region of [[East Beleriand|eastern Beleriand]].
   
It is one of the six [[Tributary|tributaries]] to the great river [[Gelion]]. Beginning near [[Mount Dolmed]], it flows into Gelion near [[Sarn Athrad]] were the [[Dwarf-Road]] coming from [[Nogrod]] and [[Belegost]] runs along its banks. After the Fall of [[Doriath]], its remaining treasures were placed in its deep depths by [[Beren]], [[Dior]] and the [[Laiquendi]], were afterwards it became known as Rathlóriel, the Goldenbed.
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The Ascar was one of the six [[Tributary|tributaries]] to the great river [[Gelion]]. Beginning near [[Mount Dolmed]], it flowed into Gelion near [[Sarn Athrad]] where the [[Dwarf-Road]] coming from [[Nogrod]] and [[Belegost]] ran along its banks.<ref>''[[The Atlas of Middle-earth]],'' The First Age, The Elder Days, "Beleriand and the Lands to the North"</ref>
   
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After the fall of [[Doriath]], the remaining treasures of the [[Elven]] kingdom were placed in the deep depths of the river by [[Beren]], [[Dior]] and the [[Laiquendi]], and later became known as Rathlóriel, the Goldenbed.<ref>''[[The Silmarillion]]''</ref>
   
==References==
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==Translations==
*[[The Silmarillion]]
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*[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]
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*[[The Atlas of Middle-earth]] pg. 13
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|width=300px|'''Foreign Language'''
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|width=300px|'''Translated name'''
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|Amharic
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|ዓስቻር
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|Arabic
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|إسثار
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|Armenian
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|Ասծար
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|Belarusian Cyrillic
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|Асцар
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|Bengali
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|আস্চার
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|Bulgarian Cyrillic
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|Асцар
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|Chinese (Hong Kong)
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|阿斯卡河
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|-
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|Georgian
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|ასკარი
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|Greek
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|Ασκαρ
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|-
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|Gujarati
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|આસ્ચર
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|-
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|Hebrew
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|אסשאר ?
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|-
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|Hindi
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|आस्चर
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|-
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|Japanese
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|アスカール (Ascar)
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ラスローリエル (Rathlóriel)
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|-
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|Kannada
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|ಆಸ್ಕರ್
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|-
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|Kazakh
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|Аскар (Cyrillic) Askar (Latin)
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|-
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|Kyrgyz Cyrillic
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Macedonian Cyrillic
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Marathi
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|आस्चर
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|-
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|Mongolian Cyrillic
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Nepalese
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|आस्चर
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|-
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|Pashto
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|آسچار ?
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|-
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|Persian
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|اسچار
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|-
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|Punjabi
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|ਆਸcਅਰ
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|-
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|Russian
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Sanskrit
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|आस्चर्
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|-
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|Serbian
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|Асцар (Cyrillic) Ascar (Latin)
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|-
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|Sinhalese
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|ඇස්කාර්
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|-
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|Tajik Cyrillic
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Tamil
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|ஆஸ்க்ர்
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|Telugu
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|ఆస్కార్
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|Ukrainian Cyrillic
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|Аскар
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|-
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|Urdu
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|اسچار
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|-
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|Uzbek
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|Аскар (Cyrillic) Askar (Latin)
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|Yiddish
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|אַסקאַר
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|}
   
==External link==
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*{{TGlink|Ascar}}
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{{Rivers}}
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{{RiversofBeleriand}}
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== References ==
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[[pl:Ascar]]
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[[ru:Аскар]]
   
 
[[Category:Sindarin words]]
 
[[Category:Sindarin words]]
[[Category:Rivers]]
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[[Category:Seven Rivers of the Ossiriand]]
[[Category:Beleriand]]
 

Revision as of 15:27, September 5, 2019

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Ascar, also known as Rathlóriel, was one of the seven rivers of Ossiriand, a region of eastern Beleriand.

The Ascar was one of the six tributaries to the great river Gelion. Beginning near Mount Dolmed, it flowed into Gelion near Sarn Athrad where the Dwarf-Road coming from Nogrod and Belegost ran along its banks.[1]

After the fall of Doriath, the remaining treasures of the Elven kingdom were placed in the deep depths of the river by Beren, Dior and the Laiquendi, and later became known as Rathlóriel, the Goldenbed.[2]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Amharic ዓስቻር
Arabic إسثار
Armenian Ասծար
Belarusian Cyrillic Асцар
Bengali আস্চার
Bulgarian Cyrillic Асцар
Chinese (Hong Kong) 阿斯卡河
Georgian ასკარი
Greek Ασκαρ
Gujarati આસ્ચર
Hebrew אסשאר ?
Hindi आस्चर
Japanese アスカール (Ascar)

ラスローリエル (Rathlóriel)

Kannada ಆಸ್ಕರ್
Kazakh Аскар (Cyrillic) Askar (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic Аскар
Macedonian Cyrillic Аскар
Marathi आस्चर
Mongolian Cyrillic Аскар
Nepalese आस्चर
Pashto آسچار ?
Persian اسچار
Punjabi ਆਸcਅਰ
Russian Аскар
Sanskrit आस्चर्
Serbian Асцар (Cyrillic) Ascar (Latin)
Sinhalese ඇස්කාර්
Tajik Cyrillic Аскар
Tamil ஆஸ்க்ர்
Telugu ఆస్కార్
Ukrainian Cyrillic Аскар
Urdu اسچار
Uzbek Аскар (Cyrillic) Askar (Latin)
Yiddish אַסקאַר



Rivers of Beleriand

Adurant | Aros | Ascar | Brilthor | Brithon | Celebros | Celon | Dry River | Duilwen | Esgalduin | Gelion | Ginglith | Glithui | Greater Gelion | Legolin | Little Gelion | Malduin | Mindeb | Narog | Nenning | Ringwil | Sirion | Taeglin



References

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, The First Age, The Elder Days, "Beleriand and the Lands to the North"
  2. The Silmarillion
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