Amon Hen

Amon Hen (en sindarin, « colline de l'Œil »), est une colline de la Terre du Milieu dans l'œuvre de l'écrivain britannique J. R. R. Tolkien. Elle se situe sur la rive droite du fleuve Anduin, à hauteur des chutes du Rauros et est opposée à Amon Lhaw sur la rive gauche. Au pied de cette colline se situe le Parth Galen.

C'est là que Boromir fut tué, lors d'une bataille entre la Communauté de l'Anneau et une troupe d'Uruk-hai (menée par Lurtz dans l'adaptation cinématographique de Peter Jackson).

Amon Hen est aussi le nom du bulletin bimensuel publié par la Tolkien Society.


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