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User: What is considered the oldest English epic? The Canterbury Tales Beowulf "The Wanderer" "Widsith"

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User: King Arthur may have lived around the year ______ A.D. 300 500 600

User: King arthur lived around what year?

User: what century did king arthur live in?

User: Hrothgar was Beowulf's uncle. True False





Weegy: False. Hygelac was Beowulf's uncle, not Hrothgar.
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