Mornië was the name of the black ship that transports the dead to the Halls of Mandos, in the far West in Aman, as recorded in the earlier forms of J.R.R. Tolkien's mythology.

In Mornië were gathered a great number of the souls of Men gathered by the Vala Fui Nienna after judgement, where thereafter they are ferried along the coast to the land of Avralin, to wander until the end of time. The ship is mourned at the harbour of Hanstovánen in Haerast in Aman.[1]

References Edit

  1. The History of Middle-earth, Vol. I: The Book of Lost Tales Part One
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