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MessageSujet: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 18:48

Voici le résultat de mon relevé de sources sur Imadris :
- par lecture : LotR et The Hobbit
- par recherche de mots clés dans CLI 2, HoMe I à XII (VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, XII en cours).
Pour les mots-clés, j'ai utilisé Elrond, Imladris, Rivendell, Fondcombe, Elladan, Elrohir, Erestor, Glorfindel, Lindir, Arwen (et sûrement d'autres mais je ne les ai pas noté). Aucun résultat n'a été trouvé dans les HoMe I à V.

Sources à étudier : les Letters, ?? (à vos suggestions, je n'ai pas ma biblio sous la main).
Il y a aussi la question de Gildor. Je suis tentée de considérer qu'il était un résident de Rivendell mais de là à pouvoir généraliser les informations découlant de la description de sa rencontre avec Frodon (considérations sur la nourriture, la literie, ...) il y a un pas (tous les elfes du groupe sont-ils de Fondcombe? ou considèrent-on ces infos comme une source d'info générale pour les elfes?).


Voici le résultat, regroupé autant que faire se peut par thématiques. Si besoin, je pourrai ajouter un message à la suite de celui-ci avec les sources triées en ordre de lecture. J'ai travaillé principalement sur les versions anglaises et je confesse avoir manqué de courage pour tout retraduire.
À déguster avec Howard Shore (ou Lindsey :p) dans les oreilles Very Happy


HoME XII a écrit:
1697. Elrond retreats with the remnant of the Eldar to Imladris.

CLI, II, Part 2: The Second Age - The history of Galadriel and Celeborn a écrit:
and it was at that time [in the year 1697, according to the Tale of Years] that he established a refuge and stronghold at Imladris (Rivendell)
[...]
At that time the first Council was held, and it was there determined that an Elvish stronghold in the east of Eriador sould be maintained at Imladris rather than in Eregion.

LotR, I, 3 a écrit:
But some of our kindsfolk dwell still in peace in Rivendell.


Environnement (localisation, flore, saisons, ...)

The Hobbit, 19 a écrit:
the brink of the valley of Rivendell, where stood the Last (or the First) Homely House.

The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
"Hidden somewhere ahead of us is the fair valley of Rivendell where Elrond lives in the Last Homely House [...]"
[...] it was not easy as it sounds to find the Last Homely House west of the Mountains. There seemed to be no trees and no valleys and no hills to break the ground in front of them, only one vast slope going slowly up and up to meet the feet of the nearest mountain, a wide land the colour of heather and crumbling rock, with patches and slashes of grass-green and moss-green showing where water might be.
[...]
They came on unexpected valleys, narrow with deep sides, that opened suddenly at their feet, and they looked down surprised to see trees below them and running water at the bottom. There were gullies that they could almost leap over; but very deep with waterfalls in them. There were dark ravines that one could neither jump nor climb into. The were bogs, some of them green pleasant places to look at with flowers growing bright and tall; but a pony that walked there with a pack on its back would never have come out again.
It was indeed a much wider land from the ford to the mountains than ever you would have guessed. Bilbo was astonished. The only path was marked with white stones some of which were small, and others were half covered with moss or heather.
[...]
His head and beard wagged this way and that as he looked for the stones... There were moths fluttering about, ... Bilbo's pony began to stumble over roots and stones. They came to the edge of a steep fall in the ground so suddenly that Gandalf's horse nearly slipped down the slope.
[...]
They saw a valley far below. They could hear the voice of hurrying water in rocky bed at the bottom; the scent of trees was in the air; and there was a light on the valley-side across the water. Bilbo never forgot the way they slithered and slipped in the dusk down the steep zig-zag path into the secret valley of Rivendell. The air grew warmer as they got lower, and the smell of the pine-trees made him drowsy... The trees changed to beech and oak, ... The last green had almost faded out of the grass, when they came at lengh to an open glade not far above the banks of the stream.
[...]
and he looked up at the stars. They were burning bright and blue. [...]
[...]
"You are a little out of your way" said the elf "that is, if you are making for the only path across the water and to the house beyond. We will set you right, but you had best get on foot, until you are over the bridge.
[...]
till they were brought to a good path and so at last to the very brink of the river. It was flowing fast and noisily, as mountain-streams do of a summer evening, when sun has been all day on the snow far up above. There was only a narrow bridge of stone without a parapet, as narrow as a pony could well walk on;
[...]
The next morning was a midsummer's morning as fair and fresh as could be dreamed: blue sky and never a cloud, and the sun dancing on the water.

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
"That is Loudwater, the Bruinen of Rivendell" answered Strider. "The Road runs along the edge of the hills for many miles from the Bridgs to the Ford of Bruinen..."

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Shadows had fallen in the valley below, but there was still a light on the faces of the mountains far above. The air was warm. The sound of running and falling water was loud, and the evening was filled with a faint scent of trees and flowers, as if summer still lingered in Elrond's gardens.
[...]
"Indeed" said Gloin, "if it were not for the Beornings, the passage from Dale to Rivendell would long ago have become impossible. They [...] keep open the High Pass and the Ford of Carrock. But their tolls are high"

LotR, II, 2 a écrit:
He walked along the terraces above the loud-flowing Bruinen and watched the pale, cool sun rise above the far mountains, and shine down. Slanting through the thin silver mist; the dew upon the yellow leaves was glimmering, and the woven nets of gossamer twinkled on every bush.
[...]
"I should like to get into those pine-woods up there." He pointed away far up the side of Rivendell to the north.
[...]
The light of the clear autumn morning was now glowing in the valley. The noise of bubbling waters came up from the foaming river-bed. Birds were singing, and a wholesome peace lay on the land.


Habitat

The Hobbit, 19 a écrit:
He woke to find himself in a white bed, and the moon shining through an open window.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Frodo [...] found himself lying in bed... But the ceiling looked strange; it was flat, and it had dark beams richly carved. [...] listenning to the sound of a waterfall.
[...]
sitting in a chair by the open window
[...]
Looking in a mirror

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
"It's a bid house this, and very peculiar. Always a bit more to discover, and no knowing what you'll find round a corner."
[...]
Sam led him along several passages and down many steps and into a high garden above the steep bank of the river. He found his friends sitting in a porch on the side of the house looking east. [...]in Elrond's gardens.
[...]
Elrond, as was his custom, sat in a great chair at the end of the long table upon the dais;
[...]
In the middle of the table, against the woven cloths upon the wall, there was a chair under a canopy
[...]
At length the feast came to an end, Elrond and Arwen rose and went down the hall, and the company followed them in due order. The doors were thrown open, and they went across a wide passage and through other doors, and came into a further hall. In it were no tables, but a bright fire was burning in a great hearth between the carven pillars upon either side.
Frodo found himself walking with Gandalf. "This is the Hall of Fire" said the wizard. "Here you will hear many songs and tales [...]. But except on high days it usually stands empty and quiet, and people come here who wish for peace, and thought. There is always a fire here, all the year round, but there is little other light."
As Elrond entered and went towards the seat prepared for him
[...]
a small dark figure seated on a stool with his back propped against a pillar.
[...]
It opened on to the gardens and looked south across the ravine of the Bruinen.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
Au milieu de la table, contre les tentures du mur, se trouvait un fauteuil surmonté d'un dais
[...]
Frodon s'arrêta un instant pour regarder en arrière. Elrond était dans son fauteuil, et le feu éclairait son visage comme la lumière de l'été les arbres. A son côté, était assise la Dame Arwen.

LotR, II, 2 a écrit:
On a seat cut in the stone

LotR, II, 2 a écrit:
a single clear bell rang out.

LotR, II, 2 a écrit:
along the winding path back to the house

LotR, VI, 6 a écrit:
to the brink of the deep valley of Rivendell and saw far below the lamps shining in Elrond's house. And they went down and crossed the bridge and came to the doors, and all the house was filled with light and song for joy at Elrond's homecoming.


Effets bénéfiques du lieu

The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
His house was perfect, whether you liked food, or sleep, or work, or story-telling, or singing, or just sitting and thinking best, or a pleasant mixture of them all. Evil thing did not come into that valley.
[...]
All of them [...] grew refreshed and strong in a few days there. Their clothes were mended as well as their bruises, their tempers and their hopes.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Frodo was now safe in the Last Homely House east of the Sea. That house was, as Bilbo has long reported, "a perfect house, wether you like food or sleep, or story-telling or singing, or just sitting and thinking best, or a pleasant mixture of them all". Merely to be there was a cure for weariness, fear and sadness.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
A l'approche de la nuit, Frodon se réveilla de nouveau, et il s'aperçut qu'il ne ressentait plus le besoin de repos ou de sommeil, mais qu'il avait bien envie de manger et de boire, et sans doute ensuite de chanter et de raconter des histoires. Il se leva et constata que son bras était déjà presque normalement utilisable.[...]
Frodon était à présent en sûreté dans la Dernière Maison Simple à l'est de la Mer. C'était, comme Bilbon l'avait déclaré jadis, «une maison parfaite, que l'on aime manger dormir, raconter des histoires ou chanter, ou que l'on préfère rester simplement à penser, ou encore un agréable mélange de tout cela». Le seul fait de se trouver là était un remède à la fatigue, à la peur ou à la tristesse.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
it seems impossible, somehow, to feel gloomy or depressed in this place.


Connaissances

The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
Elves know a lot and are wondrous folk for news, and know what is going on among the peoples of the land, as quick as water flows, or quicker...
[...]
Their plans were improved with the best advice.
[...]
Elrond knew all about runes of every kind.

LotR, II, 3 a écrit:
maps and books of lore that were in the house of Elrond.
[...]
There are many maps in the house of Elrond.

HoMe IX a écrit:
Frodo [...] had seen sketch of Mordor in Elrond's house [...] p.30
In Rivendell [...] I saw old maps made before the Dark Lord came back here

CLI, II, Part 3: The Third Age - The Quest of Erebor a écrit:
Note 3
The Elvish solar year (loa) began with the day called yestarë, which was the day before the first day of tuilë (Spring); and in the Calendar of Imladris yestarë "corresponded more or less with Shire April 6." (The Lord of the Rings, Appendix D.)

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Elrond has cured you: he tended you for days [...] four nights and three days, to be exact.
[...]
Elrond is a master of healing.

CLI, II, Part 2: The Second Age - Description of the island of Numenor a écrit:
in the care of Elrond were deposited the surviving treasures of the Northern Numenorean kings

CLI, II, Part 3: The Third Age - The disaster of the gladden fields a écrit:
The Sources Of The Legend Of Isildur's Death
[...]
Then all the secrets of the tower were searched. At last behind a hidden door [...] a steel closet was revealed. [...] In a casket on a high shelf two things were laid. [...]Next to it lay a treasure without price, long mourned as lost for ever: the Elendilmir itself, the white star of Elvish crystal upon a fillet of mithril that had descended from Silmarien to Elendil [...] Every king and the chieftains that followed them in Arnor had borne the Elendilmir down even to Elessar himself; but though it was a jewel of great beauty, made by Elven-smiths in Imladris for Valandil Isildur's son, it had not the ancientry nor potency of the one that had been lost when Isildur fled into the dark and came back no more.


Langage

LotR, I, 3 a écrit:
Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo, a star shines on the hour of our meeting.

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
Ai na vedui Dunadan! Mae govannen! His speech and clear ringing voice left no doubt in their hearts: the rider was of the Elven-folk. No others that dwelt in the wide world had voices so fair to hear.

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
"Ride on ! Ride on ! ... noro lim, noro lim, Asfaloth !


Nourriture et boisson

The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
"Are you going to stay a bit and sing with us, or will you go strainght on? Supper is preparing over there," he said. "I can smell the Wood-fires for the cooking."
[...]
Their bags were filled with food and provisions light to carry but strong to bring them over the mountains passes.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
they were summoned to the hall by the ringing of many bells.
[...]
The feast was merry and the food all that his hunger could desire.
[...]
Beside him on the ground was a drinking-cup and some bread.

Miruvor
LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
"Drink this !" said Glorfindel to them, pouring for each in turn a little liquor from his silver-studded flask of leather. It was clear as spring water and had no taste, and it did not either cool or warm in the mouth; but strength and vigour seemed to flow into all their limbs as they drank it.
SdA, I, 12 a écrit:

«Buvez ceci! » leur dit Glorfindel, versant successivement à chacun un peu de liqueur de sa gourde cloutée d'argent.

LotR, II, 3 a écrit:
"Give them this" said Gandalf, searching in his pack and drawing out a leathern flask. "Just a mouthful each -- for all of us. It is very precious. It is miruvor, the cordial of Imladris. Elrond gave it to me at our parting. Pass it round !"
SdA, II, 3 a écrit:
Donnez-leur ceci, dit Gandalf, fouillant dans son ballot et en tirant une gourde de cuir. Juste une gorgée chacun pour nous tous. C'est très précieux. C'est du miruvor, le cordial d'Imladris. Elrond me l'a donné à notre départ. Faites le passer! Dès que Frodon eut avalé un peu de la chaude et odorante liqueur, il se sentit une nouvelle force au coeur, et la lourde somnolence quitta ses membres.

CLI, II, Part 3: The Third Age - The disaster of the gladden fields a écrit:
Note 30 A flask of miruvor, "the cordial of Imladris," was given to Gandalf by Elrond when the company set out from Rivendell (The Fellowship of the Ring II 3); see also The Road Goes Ever On, p.61.


"Loisirs"
The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
So they laughed and sang in the trees; and pretty fair nonsense I daresay you think it. Not that they would care they would only laugh all the more if you told them so. [...] For some elves tease them [the dwarves] and laugh at them, and most of all at their beards.
[...]
Then off they went into another song as ridiculous as the one I have written down in full.
[...]
Elvish singing is not a thing to miss, in June under the stars.
[...] and they sang a merry song as the party went across.
[...] a few of the tales or one or two songs that they heard in that house.
They went down to the water to see the elves dance and sing upon the midsummer's eve.

The Hobbit, 19 a écrit:
When the tale of their journeyings was told, there were other tales, and yet more tales, tales of long ago, and tales of new things, and tales of no time at all
[...]
Below it many elves were singing loud and clear on the banks of the stream.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
And the music and the singing"
[...]
Frodo found himself walking with Gandalf. "This is the Hall of Fire" said the wizard. "Here you will hear many songs and tales [...]
elvish minstrels began to make sweet music.
[...]
the elvish appetite for music and poetry and tales. They seem to like them as much as food, or more.


Habitants des lieux

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
"The Elves may fear the Dark Lord, and they may fly before him, but never again will they listen to him or serve him. And here in Rivendell there live still some of his chief foes: the Elven-wise, lords of the Eldar from beyond the furthest seas. They do not fear the Ringwraiths, for those who have dwelt in the Blessed Realm live at once in both worlds, and against both the Seen and the Unseen they have great power."

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
"And Elves, sir! Elves here, and Elves there! Some like kings, terrible and splendid; and some as merry as children."
[...]
Elrond, as was his custom, sat in a great chair at the end of the long table upon the dais; and next to him on the one side sat Glorindel, on the other side sat Gandalf.[...]they... were revealed as lords of dignity and power.

LotR, VI, 5 a écrit:
First rode Elrohir and Elladan with a banner of silver, and then came Glorfindel and Erestor and all the household of Rivendell, [...]
SdA, VI, 5 a écrit:
En tête chevauchaient Elrohir et Elladan avec une bannière d'argent, puis Glorfindel et Erestor et toute la maison de Fondcombe

Elrond

The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:

The master of the house was an elf-friend - one of those people whose fathers came into the strange stories before the beginning of History, the wars of the evil goblins and the elves and the first men in the North. In those days of our tale there were still some people who had both elves and heroes of the North for ancestors, and Elrond the master of the house was their chief. He was as noble and as fair in face as an elf-lord, as strong as a warrior, as wise as a wizard, as venerable as a king of dwarves, and as kind as summer...
[...]
he hated dragons and their cruel wickedness, and he grieved to remember the ruin of the town of Dale and its merry bells, and the burned banks of the bright River Running. [...]

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Indeed, there is a power in Rivendell to withstand the might of Mordor, for a while: and elsewhere other powers still dwell. [...] But all sush places wil soon become islands under siege, if things go as they are going.
[...]
not even Elrond can foretell.
[...]
"Who made the flood?" asked Frodo.
"Elrond commanded it" answered Gandalf. "The river of this valley is under his power, and it will rise in anger when he has great need to bar the Ford.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
The face of Elrond was ageless, neither old nor young, though in it was written the memory of many things both glad and sorrowfum. His hair was dark as the shadows of twilight, and upon it was set a circlet of silver; his eyes were grey as a clear evening, and in them was a light like the light of stars. Venerable he seemed as a king crowned with many winters, and yet hale as a tried warrior in the fulness of his strength. He was the Lord of Rivendell and mighty among Elves and Men.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
Sa chevelure était sombre comme les ombres du crépuscule.

LotR, V, 6 a écrit:
Elrond [...] is the eldest of all our race, and has the greater power

LotR, VI, 9 a écrit:
upon his finger was a ring of gold with a great blue stone, Vilya, mightiest of the Three
SdA, VI, 9 a écrit:
à son doigt brillait un anneau d'or avec une grande pierre bleue, Vilya, le plus puissant des Trois.

CLI, II, Part 2: The Second Age - The history of Galadriel and Celeborn a écrit:
At that time also Gil-galad gave Vilya, the Blue Ring, to Elrond, and appointed him to be his vice-regent in Eriador.

HoME XII a écrit:
1697. The Witch-king was overthrown by Elrond

Glorfindel
LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
"This is Glorfindel, who dwells in the house of Elrond"

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
his golden hair flowed shimmering in the wind of his speed. To Frodo it appeared that a white light was shining through the form and raiment of the rider, as if through a thin veil.
SdA, I, 12 a écrit:
ses cheveux dorés volaient, chatoyants, au vent de sa course. Frodon eut l'impression qu'une lumière blanche brillait au travers de la forme et des vêtements du cavalier comme au travers d'un mince voile.

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
There are few even in Rivendell that can ride openly against the Nine;
[...]
He drew out the hilt, [...] and handed it to the Elf. Glorfindel shuddered as he took it, but he looked intently at it.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
"I thought that I saw a white figure that shone and did not grow dim like the others. Was that Glorfindel then?"
"Yes, you saw him for a moment as he is upon the other side: one of the mighty of the Firstborn. He is an Elf-lord of a house of princes.
[...]
Glorfindel knew that a flood would come down, if the Riders tried to cross [the Ford]

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Glorfindel was tall and straight; his hair was shinning gold, his face fair and young and fearless and full of joy; his eyes were bright and keen, and his voice like music; on his brow sat wisdom, and in his hand was strenght.

LotR, II, 3 a écrit:
an elf-lord, such as Glorfindel [...] the power that is in him


Arwen

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
and there sat a lady fair to look upon, and so like was she in form of womanhood to Elrond that Frodo guessed that she was one of his close kindred. Young she was and yet not so. The braids of her dark hair were touched by no frost, her white arms and clear face were flawless and smooth, and the light of stars was in her bright eyes, grey as a cloudless night; yet queenly she looked, and thought and knowledge were in her glance, as of one who has known many things that the years bring.
[...]
Arwen daughter of Elrond[...]; and she was called Undomiel, for she was the Evenstar of her people.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
[...]là était assise une dame belle à regarder, et elle était, sous la forme féminine, si semblable à Elrond que Frodon devina une proche parente. Elle était jeune et en même temps pas. Les tresses de ses cheveux sombres n'étaient touchées d'aucun givre, ses bras blancs et son clair visage étaient lisses et sans défaut, et la lumière des étoiles brillait dans ses yeux, gris comme une nuit sans nuage, elle avait de plus un port de reine, la pensée et le savoir se révélaient dans son regard comme dans celui de quelqu'un qui a connu maintes choses qu'apportent les années.
[...]
C'est ainsi que Frodon vit celle que peu de mortels avaient encore vu, Arwen, fille d'Elrond, dans laquelle, disait on, l'image même de Luthien était revenue sur terre, et on l'appelait Undomiel, car elle était l'Étoile du Soir de son peuple.
[...]soudain il parut à Frodon qu'Arwen se tournait de son côté, et la lumière des yeux de la jeune fille tomba de loin sur lui et lui perça le cœur.

Elladan et Elrohir

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
But her brothers, Elladan and Elrohir, were out upon errantry: for they rode often far afield with the Rangers of the North, forgetting never their mother's torment in the dens of the orcs.

LotR, II, 3 a écrit:
The sons of Elrond, Elladan and Elrohir

LotR, V, 2 a écrit:
So much alike they were, the sons of Elrond, that few could tell them apart: drak-haired, grey eyed, and their faces elven-fair
SdA, V, 2 a écrit:
Et avez-vous remarqué les frères Elladan et Elrohir? Leur accoutrement est moins sombre que celui des autres et ils ont la beauté et la bravoure des seigneurs elfes, il n'y a pas à s'en étonner chez les fils d'Elrond de Fondcombe.
[...]Ils se ressemblaient tant, ces fils d'Elrond, que peu de gens pouvaient les distinguer l'un de l'autre: cheveux foncés, yeux gris et visages d'une beauté elfique [...]

Lindir

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
"I am flattered, Lindir" he [Bilbo] said.

Erestor

LotR, II, 2 a écrit:
Beside Glorfindel there were several other counsellors of Elrond's household, of whom Erestor was the chief;


Vêture

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
The rider's cloak streamed behind him, and his hood was thrown back;
SdA, I, 12 a écrit:
Le manteau du cavalier flottait derrière lui et son capuchon était rejeté en arrière (à propos de Glorfindel)

LotR, VI, 9 a écrit:
Elrond wore a mantle of grey and had a star upon his forehead, and a silver harp was in his hand
SdA, VI, 9 a écrit:
Elrond portait un manteau gris, il avait une étoile au front et une harpe d'argent à la main

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
He found laid ready clean garments of green cloth that fitted him excellently.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
Il trouva, préparés, des vêtements propres en drap vert, qui lui allaient parfaitement.
->Cette citation concerne Frodo à son réveil à Rivendell donc peut-être à discuter comme source pour les elfes.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Above her brow her head was covered with a cap of silver lace netted with small gems, glittering white; but her soft grey raiment had no ornament save a girdle of leaves wrought in silver.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
Au dessus de son front, sa tête était couverte d'un bonnet de dentelle d'argent, entrelacée de petites gemmes d'un blanc scintillant, mais ses vêtements doux et gris n'avaient d'autre ornement qu'une ceinture de feuilles ouvrées en argent.(à propos d'Arwen)

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
upon it was set a circlet of silver
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
Sa chevelure [...] était ceinte d'un bandeau d'argent (à propos d'Elrond)

LotR, V, 6 a écrit:
Elladan and Elrohir with stars on their brow
SdA, V, 6 a écrit:
Elladan et Elrohir avec des étoiles au front

LotR, V, 2 a écrit:
clad alike in bright mail beneath cloacks of silver-grey.
SdA, V, 2 a écrit:
ils étaient vêtus semblablement de mailles brillantes sous des manteaux gris argent. (à propos d'Elladan et Elrohir)

LotR, VI, 6 a écrit:
And she took a white gem like a star that lay upon her breast hanging upon a silver chain
SdA, VI, 6 a écrit:
Elle prit alors une gemme blanche semblable à une étoile, qui reposait sur son sein au bout d'une chaîne d'argent. (à propos d'Arwen)

LotR, VI, 5 a écrit:
Arwen [...] with stars on her brow and a sweet fragance about her
SdA, VI, 5 a écrit:
Et Frodon, la voyant approcher, rayonnante dans le soir avec des étoiles au front et environnée d'une douce fragrance

LotR, Appendice A a écrit:
And behold! there Lúthien walked before his eyes in Rivendell, clad in a mantle of silver and blue, fair as the twilight in Elven-home; her dark hair strayed in a sudden wind, and her brows were bound with gems like stars.
SdA, Appendice A, Fragment de l'histoire d'Aragorn et d'Arwen a écrit:
Et voilà que Lûthien marchait sous ses yeux à Fondcombe, vêtue d'une mante bleu et argent, belle comme le crépuscule du Pays elfique, sa chevelure sombre flottait dans une brise soudaine, et son front était ceint de gemmes semblables à des étoiles.

Divers
SdA, II, 3 a écrit:
Elrond les avait tous pourvus d'épais et chauds vêtements, et ils avaient des vestes et des manteaux fourrés. (à propos de la communauté)
Pour les mailles
LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
Aragorn stood beside her; his dark cloack was thrown back, and he seemed to be clad in elven-mail, and a star shone on his breast.
SdA, II, 1 a écrit:
A sa surprise, Frodon vit qu'Aragorn se tenait à côté d'elle, son manteau noir était rejeté en arrière, il semblait vêtu de mailles elfiques, et une étoile brillait sur sa poitrine.


Équipement
The Hobbit, 3 a écrit:
The elves had brought bright lanterns to the shore

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
from his silver-studded flask of leather.
SdA, I, 12 a écrit:
sa gourde cloutée d'argent. (le cuir est oublié par la traduction)

SdA, II, 3 a écrit:
une gourde de cuir (donnée par Elrond à Gandalf)

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
He [...] showed a single pale-green jewel [...] "It is a beryl, an elf-stone.

LotR, V, 2 a écrit:
Elrohir gave to Aragorn a silver horn

LotR, V, 6 a écrit:
for they were wrought of gems by Arwen daughter of Elrond; [...] for it was wrought of mithril and gold.

LotR, VI, 5 a écrit:
First rode Elrohir and Elladan with a banner of silver
SdA, VI, 5 a écrit:
En tête chevauchaient Elrohir et Elladan avec une bannière d'argent


Chevaux

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
The sound of hoofs drew nearer. They were going fast, with a light clippety-clippety-clip. Then faintly, as if it was blown away from them by the breeze, they seemed to catch a dim ringing, as of small bells tinkling.
[...]
Clearer and nearer now the bells jingled, and clippety-clip came the quick trotting feet. Suddenly into view below came a white horse, gleaming in the shadows, running swiftly. In the dusk its headstall flickered and flashed, as if it were stubbed with gems like living stars. The rider's cloak streamed behind him, and his hood was thrown back; his golden hair flowed shimmering in the wind of his speed. To Frodo it appeared that a white light was shining through the form and raiment of the rider, as if through a thin veil.
SdA, I, 12 a écrit:
Puis, faiblement, comme emporté par la brise, ils crurent entendre un tintement mat, comme de clochettes.[...]
Soudain apparut en bas un cheval blanc, luisant dans l'ombre et courant à vive allure. Dans le crépuscule, sa têtière scintillait et étincelait, comme cloutée de gemmes semblables à de vivantes étoiles.

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
"I will shorten the stirrups up to the saddle-skins..."

LotR, I, 12 a écrit:
the bells upon the harness rang wild and shrill.

LotR, II, 1 a écrit:
All other animals are terrified when they [the Ringwraith] draw near, even the elf-horse of Glorfindel.

SdA, II, 3 a écrit:
Des provisions, des couvertures et vêtements de rechange et autres nécessités furent chargés sur un poney, qui n'était autre que la pauvre bête qu'ils avaient amenée de Bree.
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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 18:59

Joli travail, merci!
Est-ce que tu peux l'intégrer au Wikisource?
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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 19:06

Si on me donne les identifiants/active mon accès/que sais-je encore, ça sera avec plaisir Smile
(et sûrement plus lisible).
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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 19:34

Il me semble me souvenir que c'est Thalion qui s'occupe de ça.
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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 19:51

Ouip, c'est bien à lui qu'il faut s'adresser.
Et ravi de voir qu'au moins une personne pense encore à ce pauvre Wikisources !

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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Sam 4 Fév 2012 - 20:31

Bouteille envoyée à la mer Rawby, réponse en attente !
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MessageSujet: Re: Imladris   Dim 5 Fév 2012 - 13:20

Si Rawbell lui file des accès, je deviens super jaloux. Razz

(Très beau travail de sources !... que je lirai bientôt plus en profondeur.)

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