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English: "eotenas," a word from Beowulf, page 5, line number #1938. For the translation see Beowulf; a heroic poem of the 8th century, with tr., note and appendix by T. Arnold, 1876, p. 10.
Date between 975 and 1010
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Catalogue entry: Cotton MS Vitellius A XV


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