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The stories of the people of Anglo-Saxon times were not written down but recited by kings and minstrels to the music of the harp, Lute or Lyre. The songs were of dragon slayers, warriors, feuds, wars and adventures and bound people together.

20th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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Saxon Dane Viking story legend myth Beowulf minstrel rncelebration gathering feast lute lyre song sung

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