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Herot (specifically Hrothgar) is a symbol of accomplishment and civilization. This "Mead Hall" was a place for warriors to gather. This meant that the room was filled with men and epic stories of their own.
The Cave where Grendel resides is a representation of outcasts, and their inability to survive in a civilization. It represents the darkness and evil that dwells in the shadows along with their heritage of black magic, sorcery, and demons.
In lines 515-517, the narrator explains that the Geats hung Grendel's arm from the rafters. This symbolized the victory and accomplishment of Beowulf. It also shows the victory of a battle of "good" vs. evil.
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