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The Definition List Heoroweard: nephew of Hrothgar who has been very loyal to the tribe but still isn't heoric enough to receive the sword.

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1 Who's Who and Backstory in Beowulf
Heoroweard. |. Hro†ulf (later steals throne by treachery?
Hrothulf: A Richard III, or an Alfred the Great?
son, Heoroweard, who at least in later life proved himself hwæt, ''keen''. (2161a). Why did Heoroweard not gain the crown on his father's death?
Sutton Hoo-The Evidence of the Documents
Grottasõngr
CHAPTER FOUR
Heoroweard Hre∂ric Hro∂mund Hro†ulf. Hrólfr. Hrókr.

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Tolkien's “Beowulf.”
But people do not know the names of the characters in “Beowulf,” and, if they did, they still wouldn't know how to pronounce them: Heoroweard, Ecgtheow, Daeghrefn. That is because Old English, as the standard language of the Anglo-Saxons, preceded the ...

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Heoroweard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heoroweard is a character who appears in Beowulf and also in Norse legends, where he is named Hjörvarðr or Hiartuar.
Heorogar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heoroweard | RM.com ®
Heoroweard articles, reference materials. Need more on Heoroweard? We suggest these original texts: The Story of Heoroweard roots.
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Heoroweard: nephew of Hrothgar who has been very loyal to the tribe but still isn' t heoric enough to receive the sword. Hrethel: father of Hygelac.
Frederic Chopin | Gentlemen of the Road | Beowulf

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