A blanket of gloom—which Gandalf calls the Darkness—begins to issue from Mordor and soon obscures the entire sky over Minas Tirith. Meanwhile, Aragorn realizes that the Riders may not reach the city in time to defend it from the imminent conflict with Mordor. In Gondor, Denethor sends his other son, Faramir, to hold off the approaching armies of Mordor at Osgiliath. Later, as the fierce battle wages outside Minas Tirith, Denethor goes mad and locks himself in a crypt with the ailing Faramir.
How much earlier than this it existed is still debated — it was often linked to the expulsion of the English and Normans from Britain. So John Lydgate in his Fall of Princes —8 notes the belief that Arthur "shall resorte as lord and sovereyne Out of fayrye and regne in Breteyne" and Philip II of Spain apparently swore, at the time of his marriage to Mary I of England inthat he would resign the kingdom if Arthur should return.
The earliest-recorded suggestion was Avalon. First referenced by Gervase of Tilbury in his Otia Imperialia c. On the one hand it seems to have provided a means of rallying Welsh resistance to Anglo-Norman incursions in the 12th century and later.
The Anglo-Norman text Description of England recounts of the Welsh that "openly they go about saying, In Henry VII marched through Wales to take the English throne under the banner of the Arthurian Red Dragonhe commissioned genealogies to show his putative descent from Arthur, and named his first-born son Arthur.
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First, Mary and Pippin, hobbit friends of Sam and Frodo, are in a battle for Gondor against Sauron, a once powerful ruler, and his evil army.
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