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Tolkien Scripts
Deniart Systems' Tolkien Scripts font bundle contains 4 font files based on the writing systems devised by J.R.R. Tolkien and popularized through his novel "The Lord of the Rings".

The Tengwanda fonts in this series have been designed with zero-width diacritic marks to allow the use of the many variations which form part of the writing system. Zero-width letters are not suported by some programs or operating systems, resulting in inaccurately positioned marks. Most applications on the Macintosh platform support this however for best results on the Windows platform, software applications that support kerning are recommended.

Tolkien Scripts (4-Font Bundle)

AGLAB: based on a written pen-form of 'runes' (translation of Elvish Certar and Cirth), it was used by Dwarves to write their own secret tongue. ...see all glyphs

Aglab Signs

Aglab Sampler

CERTAR: based on the more usual pen stroke form of 'runes', (translation of Elvish Certar and Cirth). The richest form was also known as the Alphabet of Daeron. ...see all glyphs


Certar Sampler

TENGWANDA GOTHIC: a gothic style script based on a writing system devised by J.R.R. Tolkien, also known as the Tengwar of Feanor, used for many languages in Middle-earth ...see all glyphs

Tengwanda Gothic

Tengwanda Gothic Sampler

TENGWANDA NAMARIE: a cursive style script based on a writing system devised by J.R.R. Tolkien, also known as the Tengwar of Feanor, used for many languages in Middle-earth. ...see all glyphs

Tengwanda Namarie

Tengwanda Namarie

Notes on the Use of the "Tengwanda" by E. Kloczko
J.R.R. Tolkien did not only invent an extraordinary World but also several languages spoken by its many races. In order to write these languages he invented several wiriting systems, two of which are represented here: the "runes" and the "letters of Feanor". If you wish to know more about them read Appendix E of "The Lord of the Rings". The most important thing to remember is that these "letters" and "runes" do not represent an alphabet, each letter or rune is used according to a "Mode" particular to each race and culture in Middle-earth. A letter or rune used for a particular sound by a particular Clan of Elves can be used for a totally different sound by Men (of Gondor), even if they both transcribe the same language. The "tengwar" were invented by a High-Elf called Feanor to write his mother tongue "Quenya" or "High Elven", but in Middle-earth the tengwar were used to write many Tongues including the languages spoken by the Vanyar High-Elves, the Noldor High-Elves, the Grey-Elves.

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Some Book Suggestions

  • J.R.R. Tolkien : The Hobbit
  • J.R.R. Tolkien : The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings
  • J.R.R. Tolkien : The Hobbit and the Complete Lord of the Rings, the Fellowship of the Ring, the Two Towers, the Return of the King/Boxed Set
  • The Atlas of Middle-Earth

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