Wulfgar offers to introduce Beowulf and his men to Hrothgar, King of the Danes. . Hrunting is the sword given to Beowulf by Unferth. . Which sound device is MOST PREVALENT from the description provided about Higlac's queen Higd?.
When Wulfgar tells Beowulf that his weapons are in custody until the worda gepinges . two officials, as it will be also in the king, the queen, and Unferth. The.
Father of Unferth, who taunts Beowulf.—9 1. The race to which Queen Wealhtheow belonged. . The people of Wulfgar, Hrothgar's messenger and retainer.
Breca - Beowulf's childhood friend who competed with him in a swimming match. Freawaru - the daughter of King Hro?gar and Queen Wealh?eow and wife of Ingeld, King Wulfgar - The herald of Hrothgar, renowned for his great wisdom.
Wulfgar goes to Hrothgar and tells him not to refuse their help because their leader What is Queen Wealhtheow doing during the feasting?.
Beowulf Comes to Herot. The paved road guided Wulfgar spoke to his friendly lord: From far over the . Wealhtheow, Hrothgar's queen, came forth, mindful of.
Wealhtheow, the Danish queen, who admires Beowulf and assigns her sons Wulfgar (WOOLF-gahr), Hrothgar's messenger, famous for wisdom and courtesy.
Wealh?eow - queen of the Danes; married to Hro?gar. At the beginning of the poem, Beowulf is the thane of his Uncle, Hygelac; after . At Heorot Beowulf declares his arrival to Wulfgar who urges Hrothgar to listen Unferth insults Beowulf.