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Thuringwethil (Woman of the Secret Shadow) is a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth mythology who appears in The Silmarillion.
Thuringwethil was a vampire messenger of Morgoth, probably a Maia, who took the shape of a bat-like creature. Her wings were barbed with an iron claw at each joint. Her hide was used as Lúthien's disguise when she entered Angband on the Quest of the Silmaril.
Other articles of the topic Middle-earth : List of kings of Gondor, Fëa and hröa, List of kings of Rohan, Eönwë, List of kings of Arnor, House of Isildur, Fredegar Bolger
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