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2016-07-26T19:08:00+08:00
Herot, is a mead-hall described in the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf as "the foremost of halls under heaven." It served as a palace for King Hroðgar, a legendary Danish king of the sixth century. Heorot means "Hall of the Hart" (male deer)
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2016-07-26T19:10:44+08:00
MEADHALL DESCRIBED IN THE ANGLO-SAXON EPIC BEOWOLF AS ''THE FOREMOSTOF HALLS UNDER HEAVEN''
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