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It was once the original home of all the Hobbits before they migrated into the west to the lands of Bree, Dunland, and finally the Shire due to increasing danger coming from Mirkwood. A colony of Stoor hobbits remained in the Gladden Fields until sometime after TA 2460.
By the latter part of the Third Age, this land was for the most part deserted due to the dread of Mirkwood. Only the Beornings, including Beorn himself, the Woodmen and Radagast at Rhosgobel dared live in or near this land.
|Foreign Language||Translated name|
|Dutch||Vallei van de Anduin|
|Frisian||Dellingen fan 'e Anduin|
|German||Täler des Anduin|
|Amon Ereb • Brethil • Dor-lómin • Eriador • Estolad • Ladros|
|Arnor • Dunland • Gondor • Harad • Númenor • Rhûn • Umbar|
|Arnor (later split into Arthedain, Cardolan, and Rhudaur) • Rohan • City of Dale (later became a Kingdom) • Dunland • Lake-town (later part of the Kingdom of Dale) • Gondor • Harad • Khand • Kingdom of Rhovanion • Rhûn • Umbar • Vales of Anduin|
|Kingdom of Dale • Harad • Núrn • Reunited Kingdom of Gondor and Arnor • Rohan • Rhûn • Khand • Eriador • Rhovanion • Vales of Anduin|