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Jeopardy


Beowulf

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Gilgamesh

The Illiad

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In Beowulf, he is the King of the Danes.

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Hrothgar

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In what hall did the Danes hold their feasts?

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Herot

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To prove his bravery Beowulf decides to fight Grendel…

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Bare-Handed

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What battle kills Beowulf...

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The fight with the dragon

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Where did Grendel and his mother live?

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At the bottom of a swamp

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Who stayed with Beowulf during his last battle?

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Wiglaf

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What piece of equipment saves Beowulf against Grendel’s Mother?

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Mail Shirt

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Grendel is a direct descendent of what biblical figure?

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Cain

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Excessive pride which leads to a downfall.

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Hubris

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A perfect example that is often copied

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Archetype

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A type of character who helps highlight the main character by contrast.

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Foil Character

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A significant figure who goes on a quest and embodies the ideals of his/or her culture.

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Epic Hero

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Whale-road, ring-giver and Meow maker are example of what literary term

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kenning

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Give a foil character for either Sherlock Holmes or Shrek

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Watson or Donkey

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Considered the First epic hero from human history

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Gilgamesh

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The most important trait of an epic hero is

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That they embody the ideals of their society

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Super-human Sumerian King and Hero

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Gilgamesh

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Wildman who acts as a balance of the main character

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Enkidu

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Forest giant who serves the gods

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Humbaba

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Other than serving as an inspiration to the youth the hero wants to kill the monster to

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Challenge the boundaries of the gods

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While the hero sleeps and dreams his friend

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Quietly deals with his fears and pain

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When the heroes pity the monster he…

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Pounds Enkidu

into the ground

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To save his life the monster offer this to the hero

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Offers to be his slave

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The original title of the Epic of Gilgamesh was “He who looked into…”

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The Deep or The Dark

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The near indestructible

Hero of the Greeks

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Achilles

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The hero & prince of the Trojans

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Hector

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The major character flaw of the Greek champion was his

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Rage

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After killing the Trojan Prince the Greek hero disrespects him by

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Dragging the body behind his chariot/ letting soldiers stab it.

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Who was knows as “The face that launched 1,000 ships”

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Helen of Troy

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Who was the friend/cousin of the Greek hero killed by the Trojan Prince

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Patroclus

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Athena appeared as this person to help the Greeks by tricking the Trojan Prince

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His brother Dephbious

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The god who watched over

The Trojans

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Apollo

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This invading group left a system of roads and architecture behind

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Romans

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Which of these DID NOT invade England: French, Romans, Greeks, Vikings

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Greeks

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The oldest standing structure in England

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Stonehenge

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Preserved written language and wrote down stories in Old English

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Christian Monasteries

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The religion of this groups primarily encouraged ethics and earthly virtues such as bravery

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Anglo-Saxons

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Name the four countries that make up Great Britain

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England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales

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The Normans Invaded England in what year

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1066

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The Father of Thor and the chief god of the Norse religion

(Hint: Wednesday is named for him)

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Odin

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