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Eight Anglo-Saxon Riddles

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These eight riddles, simplified by Rosalind Kerven, come from an ancient manuscript known as The Exeter Book, written in the old Anglo-Saxon language more than 1,000 years ago.

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  1. Jack
    on 11 February 2015

    good

    The answers were pathetic Just joking it was brilliant!!!!!!

    4out of 5
  2. Nicole sharfid
    on 3 November 2011

    It's bonefire night

    once a boy was sitting on the settee watching the sky antil he saw a a rocket fly he said it was bonefire night . when more rokets passed by he said it looked like an invisible tree whit shiny lights . when it was done he staid on his settee watching the sky hoping to see an other rocket fly .