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"The prince of the Weather-Geats was impatient to be away and plunged suddenly...into the depths of the lake"(1492-1495).
"The mesh of the chain-mail on Beowulf's shoulder shielded his life, turned the edge and tip of the blade"(1546-1547).
"Then he saw a blade that boded well, a sword in her armoury, an ancient hierloom from the days of the giants, an ideal weapon one that any warrior would envy" (1557-1560).
"The Shielding's hero, hard-pressed and enraged, took a firm hold pf the hilt and swung the blade in an arc, a resolute and blow that bit deep into her neck-bone and severed it entirely" (1564-1567).
"Beowulf in his fury now settled that score: he saw the monster in his resting place, war-weary and wrecked, a lifeless corpse, a casualty of the battle in Heorot. The body gaped at the stroke dealt to it after death: Beowulf cut the corpse's head off" (1584-1590).
"Then the gold hilt was handed over to the lord, a relic from long ago for the venerable ruler" (1677-1679).
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