The Illustrated Beowulf by Jake has been restored to this site. The parody provides a student’s perspective on the poem and the project assignment from hell. The result is way too funny to leave out, even though half the students who view it will be too young to remember the "stars" of the retold story. […]
The Sutton Hoo burial mound was excavated in 1939. Treasures from the same time period as the Beowulf story were discovered here. Because of their beauty and significance, many photos of Sutton-Hoo artifacts are available in flickr search results. Although some images retrieved by the search have a tenuous relationship to the archaeological site, the […]
Resources for the Study of Beowulf has been honored by receiving a “Best of the Web” award from Shmoop. This recognition is especially meaningful because it reflects the opinions of students and teachers who use the site and took the time to vote. Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Named Best of the Web […]
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