Historical Discover in England

Historical Discover in England - Dr. Lewis English 203 12...

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Dr. Lewis English 203 12 September 2007 Historical Discovery in England History is studied by historians extensively until they form logical conclusions about what really happened in the past. When pieces of history are found in our present day it is a major advancement because historians have evidence to support there claims, or clues to a different explanation than they originally thought. Pieces of the past have been lost in our world and it is ground breaking when they are discovered. Archaeological digs are performed for the purpose of learning more about our past and to prove theories right or wrong. The story, “Beowulf” opens with a Viking burial. Archaeological finds on these burials prove stories like “Beowulf” have some insight on the past. The opening scene of “Beowulf” shows the burial of Shield; a very important person in this time. Ships were decorated in accordance to how important the person was. Then they were set out into the sea and never found again. The author describes the boat
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 203 taught by Professor Bauer during the Winter '08 term at Iona.

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