Beowulf test review

Possible test questions:
Beowulf combines what two religions?
Who is the author of Beowulf?
The Medieval period was during what years?
Medieval England was in turmoil due to what feuding clans?
Upon Beowulf death, his people build what structure to ensure he will watch over the Geatish shores and protect them, even in death.
Heorot hall was in what modern day country?
Although Beowulf is often recognized as the first English epic this poem actually came first, about the life of a sea raider/pirate?
What other evil creatures derive from Cain in the poem?
What is the term that refers to the pause or break that comes in the middle of a line of medieval poetry?
Possible Quotes:
The Narrator Beowulf Hrothgar Unferth Wiglaf
“Go on, dear Beowulf, do everything you said you would when you were still young and vowed you would never let your name and fame be dimmed while you lived. Your deeds are famous, so stay resolute, my lord, defend your life now with the whole of your strength. I shall stand by you.” – Wiglaf
“Well, friend Unferth, you have had your say about Brecca and me. But it was mostly beer that was doing the talking.” – Beowulf
“So now, Beowulf, I adopt you in my heart as a dear son. Nourish and maintain this new connection, you noblest of men; there’ll be nothing you’ll want for, no worldly goods won’t be yours…But you have made yourself immortal by your glorious action.” – Hrothgar
“Are you the Beowulf who took on Breca in a swimming match on the open sea, risking the water just to prove that you could win?” – Unferth
“Then as the dawn brightened and the day broke Grendel’s powers of destruction were plain: their wassail was over, they wept to heaven and mourned under the morning.” – Narrator