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  • Who is Grendel a descendent of?A 100

  • Cain, first Biblical murderer (killed brother, Abel)A 100

  • Why must Beowulf battle Grendel with his bare hands?A 200

  • A 200Grendel had magically made all weapons useless against him.

  • In Beowulfs fight to the death with Grendels mother, what piece of equipment saves his life?A 300

  • Woven mail shirtA 300

  • How does Grendels mother exact revenge?A 400

  • Kills Hrothgars best friendA 400

  • Why does Beowulf chop and carry Grendels head back to Herot/Hrothgar?A 500

  • He needs proofA 500

  • How many years did Beowulf reign peacefully?B 100

  • 50 yearsB 100

  • How does Beowulf die?B 200

  • Unaided by most of the warriors, Beowulf is killed as he and Wiglaf fight the dragon.B 200

  • What last thoughts does Beowulf express as he is dying?B 300

  • A desire for respect and pride in his ability to protect his people.B 300

  • Beowulf tells Wiglaf that he wants his burned-out funeral pyre to be a . . . ?B 400

  • Reminder to his people of his greatness.B 400

  • Herot and Beowulf are associated with good/light, and Grendel, Grendels mother, and their lair are associated with/symbolized by . . . ?B 500

  • Evil and darknessB 500

  • What type of literature is The Seafarer?C 100

  • elegyC 100

  • What does a dragons hoard usually symbolize in Old and Middle English Literature?C 200

  • Spiritual death or corruptnessC 200

  • The setting of most of Beowulf takes place in the land of the _____.C 300

  • DanesC 300

  • DAILY DOUBLEC 400DAILY DOUBLEPlace A Wager

  • What is an epic?C 400

  • A long, narrative poem involving a heroC 400

  • What does Beowulf look like?C 500

  • No physical description is given.C 500

  • What is wergild?D 100

  • Blood payment/ concept of reprisal and reparationD 100

  • What are the dates of the Anglo-Saxon Period?D 200

  • 449-1066D 200

  • Beowulf is the first great work of ______ literature.D 300

  • EnglishD 300

  • Anglo-Saxon scops held an honored position in society primarily because they--D 400

  • Preserved heroic deeds in the collective memoryD 400

  • Great Britain has been invaded and settled by all of the following peoples except-Romans, Vikings, Normans, GreeksD 500

  • GreeksD 500

  • Jones asks that students always use ___ or ___ ink pen on all assignments (one exception is when using a ____.)E 100

  • Blue, black, scantron (need pencil for scantron)E 100

  • When handwriting essays, notes, or journaling, Jones asks that students not write on the ____ of paper.E 200

  • backE 200

  • What sign language symbol does Jones ask students to use when asking to go to the restroom?E 300

  • R for I need to use the restroom.E 300

  • What are the five rules? E 400

  • Prepared, punctual, productive, respectful, and responsibleE 400

  • Beowulf is an epic written by ____________E 500

  • We do not know. Anonymous authorE 500

  • The classification of Mammals with pouchesF 100

  • What are Maruspials?F 100

  • Australia has the largest population of . . .?F 200

  • What are wild single-hump camels?F 200

  • Out of the top 25 deadliest snakes, Australia has ___? F 300

  • What are 20 deadliest snakes?F 300

  • This Australian island is the home of a devil and a wolfF 400

  • What is Tasmania?F 400

  • Although the National Bird of New Zealand, it is also indigenous to AustraliaF 500

  • What is the Kiwi?F 500

  • The Final Jeopardy Category is:Anglo-Saxon HistoryPlease record your wager.Click on screen to begin

  • What is Sutton Hoo, and why is it important?Click on screen to continue

  • A place in England where an Anglo-Saxon ship was excavated; it changed our perception of the Anglo-Saxons: they were not as primitive as we had thought.Click on screen to continue

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