Which of the following is a symbol of the dwarves' heritage in The Hobbit?
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Which of the following is a symbol of the dwarves' heritage?
A.) The map of Thrain.
B.) The valley of Dale.
C.) The Arkenstone.
D.) The black arrow.
No guesses, please -___-
- NavigatorLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
C - The Arkenstone. Thorin mentions its status several times, and says he considers it to be the most important thing in Smaug's hoard.
As for the other answers ...
The map of Thrain is a symbol specifically of Thorin's family lineage (earlier ancestors to Thror to Thrain to Thorin -- the last step via Gandalf), not the dwarves in general. Thorin's family is important, because Thorin is the hereditary rightful King Under the Mountain, but they don't represent the entire dwarvish race.
The Valley of Dale is the former location of the human settlement next to the Lonely Mountain, and it was destroyed when Smaug arrived. It has nothing to do with the dwarves.
The Black Arrow is an heirloom of Bard's family, and also has nothing to do with the dwarves.
- ?Lv 41 decade ago
A and C, but the English test answer will be C.
They make a Cliff Notes for the Hobbit, and for LOTR.Source(s): Worn out a few copies of the Hobbit. And LOTR, and the Silmarillion, and Lost Tales...
- 1 decade ago
The Arkenstone is the symbol of their heritage, ie the treasure stolen by Smaug.
- Inundated in SFLv 71 decade ago
Did you even read the book?
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- sbdfhsLv 61 decade ago