The Ilinló and Luithen vales

Ilinló (S. "Flow of the Song") was a river forming the boundary between Harvaneth or south-western Sîrgala and Harlindon. It was about 65 miles long, and its principal tributary was the Luithen. The river murmured as it flew, hence its name. It was fairly shallow, but not slow. Biggest tributary is river Luithen.


  • Jeff J. Erwin:A Traveler's Guide to Lindon
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