Cynewulf

(lived 8th century or 9th century) Anglo-Saxon poet. He is thought to have been a Northumbrian monk and is the undoubted author of `Juliana` and part of the `Christ` in the Exeter Book (a collection of poems now in Exeter...
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Cynewulf

[n] - Anglo-Saxon poet (circa 9th century)
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Cynewulf

Cynwulf noun Anglo-Saxon poet (circa 9th century)
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Cynewulf

author of four Old English poems preserved in late 10th-century manuscripts. Elene and The Fates of the Apostles are in the Vercelli Book, and The ... [1 related articles]
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Cynewulf

Cynewulf was an Anglo-Saxon or early English poet. His name we only know from its being given in runes in the poems attributed to him: Elene (Helena), the legend of the discovery of the true cross; Juliana, the story of the martyr of that name; and Grist (Christ), a long poem incomplete at the beginning. The name Cynewulf also occurs as the solutio...
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Cynewulf

king of the West Saxons, or Wessex (757–786), in England who succeeded to the throne following the deposition of Sigebert. Cynewulf was constantly at ... [2 related articles]
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