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{{stub}}In the Medieval poem, [[Beowulf]], '''Unferth''' is the son of [[Ecglaf]] who slew his brother.  Unferth gave Beowulf an unreliable sword, though it is unknown whether it was intentional, an accident, or subliminal resentment towards Beowulf
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{{stub}}In the Medieval poem, [[Beowulf]], '''Unferth''' is the son of [[Ecglaf]] who slew his brother.  Unferth gave Beowulf an unreliable sword, though it is debatable whether it an intentional attempt to put Beowulf in danger, or he unknowingly gave Beowulf the defective sword out of good intention.
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Revision as of 09:57, 4 September 2009

Template:StubIn the Medieval poem, Beowulf, Unferth is the son of Ecglaf who slew his brother. Unferth gave Beowulf an unreliable sword, though it is debatable whether it an intentional attempt to put Beowulf in danger, or he unknowingly gave Beowulf the defective sword out of good intention.