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Beowulf / Anglo-Saxon Vocabulary
Sinews
Reparations
Derive
Ensure
bands of tissue or tendons that connect muscle and bone
to give satisfaction for a wrong or injury
to reach a conclusion based on logic or reasoning
to confirm or make certain
Sinews
bands of tissue or tendons that connect muscle and bone
Reparations
to give satisfaction for a wrong or injury
anglo/beowulf
what is anglo saxon
what were the three major tribes of an…
what is comitatus
earls
term applied to english speaking inhabitants
angles , saxons, and jutes
a bond that existed between a warror king and his thanes
ruling class
what is anglo saxon
term applied to english speaking inhabitants
what were the three major tribes of an…
angles , saxons, and jutes
12 terms
Anglo Saxons and Beowulf Vocabulary
alliteration
Caesura
epic
kenning
repetition of the same beginning consonant sounds in accented
a natural pause in the middle of a line of poetry
a long, narrative poem about the adventures of gods or of a h…
a metaphorical phrase used to replace a concrete noun
alliteration
repetition of the same beginning consonant sounds in accented
Caesura
a natural pause in the middle of a line of poetry
23 terms
Anglo Saxon and Beowulf terms
Caesura
Kennings
Alliteration
Elegy
rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
two word poetic renamings of people, places, and things, such…
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in accented syllab…
a lyric poem mourning the loss of someone or something (elegi…
Caesura
rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
Kennings
two word poetic renamings of people, places, and things, such…
10 terms
Anglo-Saxon & Beowulf Vocabulary
Caesuras
Kennings
Assonance
Alliteration
rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
Two-word poetic renaming of people, places, and things, such…
The repetition of vowel sounds in unrhymed, stressed syllable…
Repetition of initial consonant sounds in accented syllables
Caesuras
rhythmic breaks in the middle of lines, where the reciter cou…
Kennings
Two-word poetic renaming of people, places, and things, such…
32 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
great pause
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
great feeling
(v.) to caution or advise
caesura
great pause
kennings
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
a pause in poetry, dramatic purpose
two word metaphorical names for familiar things
having great feeling
advice, caution
Caesura
a pause in poetry, dramatic purpose
Kennings
two word metaphorical names for familiar things
Anglo-Saxton and Beowulf Vocabulary
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
A pause in Anglo-Saxton poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
Having great feelings
Advise, caution
Caesura
A pause in Anglo-Saxton poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
Anglo-Saxon & Beowulf Definition
Wergild
Alliteration
Scop
Hyperbole
restitution for murder or expected revenge from the victim's…
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
a bard or storyteller
extreme exaggeration
Wergild
restitution for murder or expected revenge from the victim's…
Alliteration
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning o…
30 terms
Anglo-Saxon/Beowulf Review
This ____________was the most revered…
Anglo-Saxons believed in _____ or fate.
Anglo-Saxons held great feasts called…
A ___________ would tell great tales o…
warrior
wyrd
mead halls
scop
This ____________was the most revered…
warrior
Anglo-Saxons believed in _____ or fate.
wyrd
15 terms
Beowulf and Anglo-Saxon Vocabulary
affliction
bolted
gorge
infamous
a force that oppresses or causes suffering
to run away or flee nervously
to stuff with food; over indulge
having a notoriously bad reputation
affliction
a force that oppresses or causes suffering
bolted
to run away or flee nervously
10 terms
Beowulf & the Anglo-Saxon Period
archetypal
beloved
bestow
boast
very typical of a certain kind of person or thing
dearly loved
to convey as a gift
show off
archetypal
very typical of a certain kind of person or thing
beloved
dearly loved
Anglo-Saxon/Beowulf Test
who are the Celtic people?
When did the Romans arrive in the Brit…
When did the Romans leave the British…
Who came to the British Isles after th…
The groups of people who originally settled in the British is…
They arrived in 9 BC
They were having trouble at there homeland, so they evacuated…
The Angles and the Saxons came from Germany
who are the Celtic people?
The groups of people who originally settled in the British is…
When did the Romans arrive in the Brit…
They arrived in 9 BC
32 terms
Beowulf & Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Kennings
Alliteration
Bards
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
Metaphors formed from 2 otherwise unrelated words
The repetition of consonant sounds for literary effect
In Anglo-Saxon culture, these were singers who would perform…
Three Germanic tribes that, upon the invitation of one foolis…
Kennings
Metaphors formed from 2 otherwise unrelated words
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sounds for literary effect
26 terms
Beowulf/ Anglo- Saxon/ Hero
scop
Religious influences in Beowulf
scribes
the author of Beowulf
oral poet
Paganism and Christianity
wrote down poetry
unknown
scop
oral poet
Religious influences in Beowulf
Paganism and Christianity
24 terms
Anglo-Saxon Historical (Beowulf)
The English language is part of the __…
__________-______________ were the peo…
The introduction of more than nine hun…
The Norman conquerors of England used…
Indo-European
Anglo-Saxons
flexibility
France
The English language is part of the __…
Indo-European
__________-______________ were the peo…
Anglo-Saxons
44 terms
Anglo-saxon age/ Beowulf
start and end dates
449
1066
order of invasions
449-1066
A/S invasion
Norman invasion/ conquest
Brythons/ celts--->Romans--->Anglosaxons and Juites
start and end dates
449-1066
449
A/S invasion
35 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
great pause
2 metaphorical names for familiar things
great feeling
(v.) to caution or advise
caesura
great pause
kennings
2 metaphorical names for familiar things
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
admonish
rancor
a pause in Aglo-Saxon poetry
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things ex: dry-sea
Advise, caution
ill-will
caesura
a pause in Aglo-Saxon poetry
kennings
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things ex: dry-sea
Anglo Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
having great feelings
advise
caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
(cease) A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purp…
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things.
(fever) adj. Having great feeling
Verb. Advise; caution
Caesura
(cease) A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purp…
Kennings
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things.
32 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
great pause
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
great feeling
(v.) to caution or advise
caesura
great pause
kennings
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
gratuitous
etymology
venerate
truism
freely given or obtained; unearned; uncalled for; without jus…
the source and development of a word; the study of word sourc…
to regard with deep respect, honor, or esteem; to revere
a statement the truth of which is obvious or well-known
gratuitous
freely given or obtained; unearned; uncalled for; without jus…
etymology
the source and development of a word; the study of word sourc…
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
fervent
admonish
rancor
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
having great feeling
advise; caution
ill-will
Caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
fervent
having great feeling
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
having great feeling
advise; caution
Caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
32 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic pause
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things ex. whale-road…
having great feelings
advise, caution
caesura
pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic pause
kennings
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things ex. whale-road…
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
Rapture
Fervent
Caesura
Shroud
expression of joy
having great feelings
a pause in Anglo- Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purposes
a funeral blanket
Rapture
expression of joy
Fervent
having great feelings
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
adj. having great feeling, Ex: The child's most fervent wish…
v. advise; caution, Ex: The English teacher admonished her st…
Caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
having great feeling.... Ex: The child's most fervent wish was t…
Advise; caution... Ex: The English teacher admonished her studen…
Caesura
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
anglo-saxon and beowulf
affliction
gables
spoils
scabbard
suffering, illness
triangluar peak of building's side walls
rewards, teasure
a cover
affliction
suffering, illness
gables
triangluar peak of building's side walls
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
Kennings
fervent
rapture
mail
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
having great feeling
expression of joy
armor made of connected metal rings, or loops of chain
Kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
fervent
having great feeling
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
rancor
boast
great pause
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
ill - will
excessive pride
caesura
great pause
kennings
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things EX whale-road
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Rancor
Mail
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
ill-will
armor made of connected metal rings, or loops of chain
Caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon And Beowulf Vocab
caesure
Rancor
Threshold
Solace
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose.
ill-will
an entranceway
comfort,support,relief
caesure
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose.
Rancor
ill-will
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
adj. having great feeling, Ex: The Child's most fervent wish…
v. advise; caution, Ex: The English teacher admonished her st…
Caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
Kennings
Two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
38 terms
Anglo-Saxon Period / Beowulf
Dates of the Anglo-Saxon period of Bri…
Great Britain was occupied by what gro…
The Celts
Animism
Beginning of time → 1066 AD
1) Celts, 2) Romans, 3) Angles and the Saxons, 4) Vikings, 5)…
■ AKA Britons... ■ Religion is based on animismm*; priests were…
Belief that spirits and souls are in every living thing
Dates of the Anglo-Saxon period of Bri…
Beginning of time → 1066 AD
Great Britain was occupied by what gro…
1) Celts, 2) Romans, 3) Angles and the Saxons, 4) Vikings, 5)…
32 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic pause
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things ex. whale-road…
having great feelings
advise, caution
caesura
pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic pause
kennings
2 word metaphorical names for familiar things ex. whale-road…
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
Caesura
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
dramatic pause in poetry
two words combined with a -
having great feeling
advise and caution
Caesura
dramatic pause in poetry
Kennings
two words combined with a -
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
Kennings
Fervent
Admonish
Rancor
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things. i.e: whale-r…
having great feeling
Advise
ill-will
Kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things. i.e: whale-r…
Fervent
having great feeling
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
admonish
rancor
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e, whale-ro…
v. advise
n. ill-will
caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e, whale-ro…
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purposes; al…
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
having great feeling
advise; caution
caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purposes; al…
kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things
32 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocabulary
CAESURA
KENNINGS
FERVENT
ADMONISH
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
Adj. ... having great feeling... Ex: The child's most fervent wish…
v.... advise; caution... Ex: The English teacher admonished her stu…
CAESURA
A pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
KENNINGS
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things i.e., whale-r…
18 terms
Anglo-Saxon/Beowulf questions
scop
Grendel's arm
Threshold
God
The man who was the storyteller in the Anglo-Saxon communal h…
Beowulf's trophy after the battle with Grendel
The part of Hero's journey when Beowulf crosses the sea
The original Anglo-Saxon's did not believe in __________
scop
The man who was the storyteller in the Anglo-Saxon communal h…
Grendel's arm
Beowulf's trophy after the battle with Grendel
33 terms
Anglo-Saxon/ Beowulf
Four characteristics that mark not onl…
What remained a strong strain in the w…
What was Anglo-Saxon prose?
How did Anglo-Saxons begin?... ?
1. Love of adventure... 2. Emphasis on the importance of honor... 3…
a sense of melancholy and fatalism that pervades this early p…
Utilitarism, not imaginative
It began with translations from the Latin of philosophy, hist…
Four characteristics that mark not onl…
1. Love of adventure... 2. Emphasis on the importance of honor... 3…
What remained a strong strain in the w…
a sense of melancholy and fatalism that pervades this early p…
36 terms
Anglo Saxon & Beowulf
Why study literature?
didactic
Anglo Saxon date
Where does "England" get its name?
1. Amusement... 2. Approval (culture)... 3. Analysis... 4. Application…
to teach
449-1066 A.D.
"Angle-Land" (Anglo Saxons)
Why study literature?
1. Amusement... 2. Approval (culture)... 3. Analysis... 4. Application…
didactic
to teach
38 terms
Anglo Saxon Era/ Beowulf
Oral Tradition
iberians
celts
animism
the way many early-anglo saxons told stories
first group that lived in the area of Britain
peacful group of farmers and hunters that cettled in Great Br…
relegion the celts followed. It believed there was a spirit i…
Oral Tradition
the way many early-anglo saxons told stories
iberians
first group that lived in the area of Britain
25 terms
Anglo-Saxon and Beowulf Vocab
caesura
kennings
fervent
admonish
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things (whale road:…
having great feeling (ex: The child's most fervent wish was t…
advise; caution (ex: The English teacher admonished students…
caesura
a pause in Anglo-Saxon poetry, used for dramatic purpose
kennings
two-word metaphorical names for familiar things (whale road:…
15 terms
Beowulf quotes for Anglo-Saxon ideas
"Behavior that's admired/is the path t…
"The fortunes of war favored Hrothgar"
"a great mead-hall/meant to be a wonde…
"Sometimes at pagan shrines they vowed…
fame, reputation, glory
warrior code
fame, reputation, glory
Paganism
"Behavior that's admired/is the path t…
fame, reputation, glory
"The fortunes of war favored Hrothgar"
warrior code
34 terms
Hawkins Beowulf/ Anglo Saxon
55BC
43AD-410 AD
Contributions of the Romans
Anglo-Saxon Ideals of Conduct
The year Julius Caesar came to the British Isles. Did not con…
Roman Rule in Great Britain
1. Built Roads... 2. Urbanized... 3. Brought Christianity
1. Loyalty to the leader... 2. Love of Glory... 3. Inevitability of…
55BC
The year Julius Caesar came to the British Isles. Did not con…
43AD-410 AD
Roman Rule in Great Britain
Beowulf Anglo-Saxon elements
anglo-saxon society
women
religion
700 AD
tribal; BRAVE; LOYAL; willing to avenge lord; gift-giving, HE…
lament loss; make peace, bear children
honor & gift giving vs. sin of pride (hubris); revenge vs. pa…
oral tradition; Pagan
anglo-saxon society
tribal; BRAVE; LOYAL; willing to avenge lord; gift-giving, HE…
women
lament loss; make peace, bear children
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