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Anglo-Saxons Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The three main tribes of the Anglo-Saxons were the Angles, the Saxons and the ... Jutes
They were a mix of tribes from the Netherlands, Denmark and ... Germany
The Anglo-Saxons came to England after the ... left Romans
Farmers used ... to plough their fields oxen
Most Anglo-Saxon food was boiled in a couldron over a ... Fire
Anglo-Saxon girls and boys were considered an adult by the age of ... ten
Anglo-Saxon women spun ... from sheep and goats to make thread Wool
The Anglo-Saxon period covers about ... hundred years six
We can read about what happened during Anglo-Saxon times in the Anglo-Saxon ... Chronicles
Anglo-Saxons mostly lived in one-room houses made from ... wood
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles was a summary of important events that was written every... year
Many Anglo-Saxons were pagans, and worshipped lots of ... Gods
What did St Augustine come to tell the people of England about in the year 597? christianity
Who was the first Anglo-Saxon king to rule England? Egbert
What is the oldest surviving long poem called that was written by an Anglo-Saxon in Old English? Beowulf
Who kept trying to invade England from the east during the Anglo-Saxon period? Vikings

Anglo-Saxon Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where they live hut
Skilled fighter Anglo Saxon
To keep pants or skirt up belt
Water based transport long boat
Sharp weapon sword
Weapon with string bow
To protect the head helmet
To protect the body Shield
Clothes were made of flowers
Weapon maker blacksmith
Bowl maker potter
Staple food bread
King of Anglo-Saxons Alfred the Great
Battle where Alfred the Great died Battle of Hastings
Where Anglo-Saxon objects were found Sutton Hoo

BEOWULF Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

grendel
battle hall
peace
heroism
anglo-saxon
hero
death
wiglaf
hrothgar
defeat
evil
fire
marsh
battle
dragon
beowulf

Anglo Saxon Word search

Type
Word Search
Description

Arthur
Battlements
Fighting
Spears
Axe
Invaders
Helmet
Ships
Burial
Weapons
Britain
Army
Villages
Kings

Beowulf Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

beowulf
hero
death
god
anglo saxon
swamp
king
weapons
old english
beheaded
dragon
boiling
bloody
hrothgar
wiglaf
herot
grendel
danes
geats
treasure

Anglo Saxons and Beowulf Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

monster
Wyrd
Loathsome
infamous
talons
purge
gorge
Afflication
King Arthur
Vikings
mead hall
shoulder
claw
hero
tower
Denmark
Geats
Hrothgar
Grendel
Beowulf
Alfred the Great
Anglo Saxon
kenning
Norman conquest
Canterbury
epic
scop

Anglo Saxons Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

axes
battles
danelaw
edington
guthrum
hadrianswall
kingalfred
kingcnut
middleages
mrericbloodaxe
patterns
pottery
saxons
settlement
shield
siege
sword
titstan
vikings
villages

Beowulf Superhero VS Supervillain Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alliteration
Anglo-saxon
Beowulf
Breca
Caesura
Cain
Danes
Deacon
Denmark
Dragon
Drake
Eggheow
Flutter
Geatland
Geats
Grendel
Grendelsmother
Herdred
Herot
Higd
Higlac
Higlac
Hirothulf
Hrothgar
Hygd
Hygelac
Imagery
Kenning
King
Magic
Mead
Meadthall
Norway
pyre
Queen
Scop
Shield-sheafson
Sigemund
Superhero VS Super-villain
Swamp
Sword
Symbol
Tailons
Thane
Unferth
Wealhtheow
Whale-road
Wiglaf

Beowulf Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A typical example of a certain person or thing Archetype
Poet represented in Old English Poetry Scop
A cultural idea of a perfect person, one who embodies the best of all the qualities a culture values Heroic ideal
A body of wellborn men attached to a king or chieftain by the duty of military service comitatus
A concept in Anglo-Saxon culture roughly corresponding to fate or personal destiny Wyrd
The value set in Anglo-Saxon and Germanic law upon human life in accordance with rank and paid as compensation to the kindred or lord of a slain person wergild
An adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality characteristic of the person or thing mentioned epithet
A compound expression in Old English and Old Norse poetry with metaphorical meaning Kenning
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words alliteration
The continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end of a line, couplet, or stanza enjambment
One of the sections into which certain long poems are divided Canto
A break between words within a metrical foot, a pause near the middle of a line, or any interruption or break caesura
The religion based on the person and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, or its beliefs and practices Christianity
A poem of serious reflection, typically a lament for the dead elegy
The palace of King Hroðgar in the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf Herot
An expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly; an indirect or passing reference allusion
A strong desire to travel wanderlust
An ancient Norse warrior who fought in a wild frenzy Berserkr
Term that first arose among the Christian community of southern Europe during late antiquity as a descriptor of religions other than their own, or the related Abrahamic religions paganism
No single author (each is a product of the oral tradition); written down after centuries of oral transmission primary epic

VIKING & Anglo saxon word search

Type
Word Search
Description

slave
warrior
runes
gods
godesses
Germany
Denmark
Netherland
Angles
Saxons
Jutes
picts&scots