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The first of those wars ended after the [[Siege of Barad-dûr]], when its Lord [[Sauron]] was thrown down, and his spirit cast out of his body. After that time, [[Barad-dûr]] was demolished, and the ways into [[Mordor]] were guarded by the [[Gondorians]] to prevents its old master's return. So [[Sauron]] was an exile from his own land throughout most of the [[Third Age]], but late in that Age, with the guard of [[Gondor]] long since abandoned, he took his opportunity to escape back into [[Mordor]], and rebuild the Dark Tower. From that time, and throughout the [[War of the Ring]], he became the Lord of Barad-dûr once more.
 
The first of those wars ended after the [[Siege of Barad-dûr]], when its Lord [[Sauron]] was thrown down, and his spirit cast out of his body. After that time, [[Barad-dûr]] was demolished, and the ways into [[Mordor]] were guarded by the [[Gondorians]] to prevents its old master's return. So [[Sauron]] was an exile from his own land throughout most of the [[Third Age]], but late in that Age, with the guard of [[Gondor]] long since abandoned, he took his opportunity to escape back into [[Mordor]], and rebuild the Dark Tower. From that time, and throughout the [[War of the Ring]], he became the Lord of Barad-dûr once more.
 
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