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The Evolution of AngloSaxon Paganism
The Conversion of England to Christianity
Cultural Assimilation in the AngloSaxon Royal
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Alcuin ancestors ancient Anglo—Saxon Anglo—Saxon England Anglo—Saxon Paganism Anglo—Saxon Royal audience battle Bede Beowulf Beowulf—poet biblical Cain Cambridge century Christian comitatus context cult cultural Danes Danish dead death deities demons divine dragon Dumville dynasty Early Germanic Epic ethnic fact fertility fight Fight at Finnsburh Geats Germania Germanic heroic Germanic legend giants gods Grendel Grendel's mother Guthhere hall heathen Heathobard Hengest Heorot Heremod hero hero's heroic legend Hildebrand Hildeburh Hnaef Hrothgar Hrothulf human Hygelac Icelandic ideology Indo—European Ingeld intertribal kill kin—feud kindred king king's kingship kinsmen late pagan legendary lines lord Medieval monsters myth mythology narrative Nerthus Norse Odin Old English pedigree poem poem's poet poet's poetry political pseudo—history Regnal Lists religion Roman Royal Genealogies Saga Scandinavian Sceaf Scyld seems Shamanism Snorra Edda social spirit story structure survived Tacitus Thor tion tradition trans tribal tribes typology Unferth violence Waldere war—god warriors West Saxon Woden world—view wyrd