Beowulf is our first great epic. It is an epitomized history of the life of the Teutonic races. It brings vividly before us our forefathers of pre-Alfredian eras, in their love of war, of sea, and of adventure.

Reading the epic poem of Beowulf gives us a glimpse into the lives of our oldest English-speaking ancestors.

We have been reading and studying Beowulf at home lately, and I wanted to share some of the great public domain resources I found:

I have also been creating a set of notebooking pages to go with each of the three parts of the poem.  You can download the first set from my blog- These Temporary Tents.

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  1. [...] posted some free public domain resources for studying Beowulf over at Homeschool Commons today.  And I also finished making notebooking [...]

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