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A Anglo Saxon performer/bard that would tell stories by singing 🎶
A old-timey alcoholic drink made from 🍯
The Relationship between a thane and a Leader
Praise/Glory, Anglo Saxons say immortality through this instead of an afterlife
Armor made out of chains, very cool, very strong
a long narrative poem telling of a hero's deeds
“Man Price”-the Anglo-Saxon custom of a murderer paying some sort of price to their victim’s family. If the murderer doesn’t do this they are in big trouble
Pause or break in the poetry line
Metaphorical renaming of a noun, 2 words put together
The main guy, you know, you read a book about him
The first bad guy that scared the Danes for a longgggg time (like 12 years) until Beowulf literally rips his arm off and he bleeds out. Then Beowulf is like, that was fun!
The monster that lives at the bottom of possibly the scariest lake in the world, killed by unferth JKJKJK Killed by Beowulf
The Geatish Monster that has really cool and cursed treasure. Beowulf kills it, but it also kills Beowulf in an intense double death moment.
Beowulf’s #1 wingman, stands by Beowulf until the end 🐉 #brosforlife
Ahem, introducing THE KING OF THE DANES…HIS NAME IS (dadadadadaaaa 🎺)….
The people where Beowulf is from aka Southern Sweden people
The Danes’ area
Where the beginning of the story takes place! Nowadays it’s called Denmark
The famous mead hall that was attacked by Grendel for so many years making the Danes feel very sad that they couldn’t party in their fancy place
The repetition of sounds like tttttttttt BUT not th :(