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Helm s Deep was a large valley in the north-western Ered Nimrais (White Mountains). The valley was blocked over its entire width by the natural series of hills called Helm s Dike and behind that lay the fortress of Aglarond or the Hornburg, at the entrance to the Glittering Caves.

In the years of the Second Age before the Numenoreans settled in Middle-earth, tribal hillmen inhabited the lands west and south of the Misty Mountains, as far down as the valleys surrounding the White Mountains (Ered Nimrais). Uncultured and superstitious, they were wary of the tall men who came out of the west, and came to fear and hate them. They were hunted and persecuted in such numbers that they had dwindled by the start of the Third Age.

At this time they had come to congregate in the valleys of the White Mountains and the grassy plains of Dunland, which lay west of the Misty Mountains between Moria and Isengard; a few went north, and became the ancestors of the Men of Bree. Dunland then became the area most populated by these men, who came to be called Dunlendings.

When Eorl and his people were granted Calenardhon --- Rohan, as it would later be known, they drove the Wild Men from their new lands, earning their bitter hatred and enmity. The Wild Men were also driven from the White Mountains by the Men of Gondor. During the next five hundred years these swarthy, dark-haired warriors made frequent attacks upon the outlying settlements of Rohan, exacting revenge upon the usurpers, whom they called straw-heads because of the high number of blond warriors among them.

As a consequence, Rohan maintained patrols and garrisons to the west of the Fords of Isen to try to limit the number of raids, although these patrols had virtually disappeared under Wormtongue s stewardship, to the point where Saruman s forces could make incursions almost at will. Yet not everybody took against the Wild Men. At some point near the end of the thirtieth century of
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