his page will serve as a general repository of all linguistic content in English published on the Tolkiendil website (including upcoming English translations of original Tolkiendil essays). For now, it only contains articles from I‧lam Arth and Otsoandor:
‧lam Arth is dedicated to promoting the technical study of Sindarin; the Welsh-inspired language of the late professor J.R.R. Tolkien. To further this cause, Aaron Shaw has compiled several articles, written by himself and others, for presentation here. Much of the material on this site is necessarily theoretical but hopefully will be of use to scholars of one of Tolkien's most beloved languages. May the tongues of the Elves never die.
tsoandor is a website created by Ronald Kyrmse, whose goal is to further the study of J.R.R. Tolkien’s invented alphabets, most especially the tengwar (exemplified in the inscriptions on the Doors of Moria in The Lord of the Rings), and the Gondolinic Runes (which were never published during Tolkien’s lifetime and can only be found in specialized publications, such as Parma Eldalamberon).