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This article is about the mountain. For the king of Rohan, see Gram.
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Mount Gram as depicted in The Lord of the Rings Online

Mount Gram was a mountain of Middle-earth, likely located in Eriador, known to be inhabited by Orcs.[1]

Though its precise location was never identified by J.R.R. Tolkien, it is often placed as part of the northern Misty Mountains, or in the Ettenmoors.[2]

History

The mountain was long inhabited by a group of goblins led by Golfimbul. They terrorized some inhabitants of eastern Eriador, including those of the Shire.

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Speculative location of Mount Gram shown on a map of the northern Misty Mountains

In TA 2747, they attacked the Shire and caused the Battle of Greenfields. The invaders were defeated by Hobbits led by Bandobras Took, who personally slew Golfimbul.[1][3]

Portrayals in adaptations

Video games

In the video game The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, Tharzog was said to be chieftain of Mount Gram.

Mount Gram itself is not accessible in The Lord of the Rings Online, but the foot of Mount Gram in the Ettenmoors serves as a home base for the forces of Angmar in the game's player versus monster player area.

In The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth IIGorkil the Goblin King had his fortress in the Ettenmoors, being the King of Mount Gram after Golfimbul; told of in the Evil Campaign.

See also

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Berg Gram
Albanian Mal Gram
Amharic ጝራም ተራራ
Arabic جبل غرام
Armenian լեռ Գրամ
Azerbaijani Dağ Gram
Basque Gram mendia
Belarusian Cyrillic Маунт-Грам
Bengali মাউন্ট গ্রাম
Bosnian Planina Gram
Breton Menez Gram
Bulgarian Cyrillic Планината Грам
Burmese င္ရမ္တောင်
Cambodian ភ្នំក្រាម
Catalan Muntanya Gram
Cebuano Bukid Gram ?
Chichewa Phiri Gram
Croatian Planina Gram
Corsican Muntagna Gram
Czech Hora Gram
Danish Bjerg Gram
Esperanto Gram-Monto
Estonian Mägi Gram
Filipino Bundok Gram
Finnish Gramin vuori
French Mont Gram
Galician Monte Gram
Georgian მთა ღრამი
German Gramberg
Greek Όρος Γραμ
Gujarati માઉન્ટ ગ્રામ
Haitian Creole Mòn Gram
Hausa Dutsen Gram
Hawaiian Mauna Gram
Hebrew הר גראם
Hungarian Gram-hegy
Icelandic Fjall Gram
Indonesian Gunung Gram
Italian Gram di Monte
Japanese マウントグラム
Javanese Gunung Gram
Kannada ಮೌಂಟ್ ಗ್ರಾಮ
Kazakh Cyrillic тау Грам ?
Korean 그램 산
Kurdish چییایێ عرام (Arabic script) Çiyayê Gram (Latin)
Kyrgyz Cyrillic тоосунан Грам
Laotian ພູເຂົາ grະມ ?
Latin Mons Gram
Latvian Kalns Gram
Lithuanian Gram kalnas
Luxembourgish Montéierung Gram
Macedonian Cyrillic Монт Грам
Malay Gunung Gram
Malayalam മൗണ്ട് ഗ്രാം
Maltese Impunjazzjoni Gram
Maori Maunga Gram
Marathi माउंट ग्राम
Mongolian Cyrillic Грам уул
Navajo Gram Dził
Nepalese माउन्ट ग्राम
Norwegian Gramfjellet
Occitan Mont Gram
Old English Gram Beorg
Persian کوه گرم
Polish Góra Gram
Portuguese Monte Gram
Punjabi ਪਹਾੜ ਗ੍ਰਾਮ
Romanian Montură Gram
Romansh Muntogna Gram
Russian Гора Грэм
Samoan Mauga Gram
Scots Moont Gram
Scottish Gaelic Sliabh Gram
Serbian Моунт Грам (Cyrillic) Planina Gram (Latin)
Sesotho Thabeng Gram
Shona Pagomo Gram
Sinhalese කන්ද ග්රෑම්ස්
Slovak Hora Gram
Slovenian Gora Gram
Somalian Buur Gram
Spanish Monte Gram
Sundanese Gunung Gram
Swahili Gramu ya mlima
Swedish Berg Gram
Tagalog Bundok Gram
Tajik Cyrillic Маунт-Грам
Tamil க்ரம் மலை
Telugu ఙ్రమ పర్వతం
Thai ภูเขากรัม
Turkish Gram Dağı
Turkmen Gram Münmek
Ukrainian Маунт-Ґрам
Urdu ماؤنٹ گرام
Uzbek Тог ъграм (Cyrillic) Tog 'gram (Latin)
Vietnamese Núi Gram
Welsh Mynydd Gram
Xhosa Entabeni Gram
Yiddish בארג גראַם
Yoruba Okegiga Gram

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Hobbit, Chapter I: "An Unexpected Party"
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional Maps, "The Misty Mountains"
  3. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix B, "The Third Age"
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