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A desire to know who the men were pressed on his thoughts. No shield -bearing warriors have ventured here more openly; nor do ye know at all that ye have the permission of warriors, the consent of kinsmen. I never saw in the world a greater earl than one of your band is, a hero in his harness. He is no stay -at -home decked out with weapons; unless his face belies him, his excellent front.
Now I must know your race rather than ye should go further hence as spies in the land of the Danes. Now, ye far -dwellers, travellers of the sea, hearken but to my thought.
The Mighty chieftains
It is best to tell forth quickly whence ye are come. Many saw them borne before the war rior. Beowulf took the goblet in hall; he needed not to be ashamed in front of the warriors of the bestowing of gifts. I have not heard of many men giving to others on the ale -bench in more friendly fashion four treasures decked with gold.
Around the top of the helmet a jutting ridge twisted with wires held guard over the head, so that many an old sword, proved hard in battle, cound not injure the bold man, when the shield -bearing warrior was destined to go against foe s. Then the protector of earls command ed eight horses with gold -plated bridles to be led into the hall, into the house; on one of them lay a saddle artfully adorned wi th gold, decked with costly ornament.
That was the 4 war -seat of the noble king, when the son of Healfdene was minded to practise sword -play. Never did the bravery of the far -famed man fail in the van when corpses were falling. Then the protector of the friends of Ing gave power over both to Beowulf, over horses and weapons; he bade him use them well. Thus manfually did the famous p rince, the treasure -keeper of heroes, reward the rushes of battle with steeds and rich stores, so that he who wishes to speak truth in seemly fashion will never scoff at them.
Sad in heart, they lamented the sorrow of their souls, the slaying of their lord; likewise the woman with bound tresses sang a dirge. They laid on the barrow rings and ornaments, all such adornments as men, eager for combat, had erstwhile taken from the hoard; they let the earth keep the treasure of ear ls, the gold in the ground, where it yet lies, as useless to men as it was before. Then men bold in battle, sons of chieftains, twelve in all, rode about the mound; they were minded to utter their grief, to lament the king, to make a chant and to speak of the man; they exalted his heroic life and praised his valorous deed with all their strength.