Since J.R.R. Tolkien has a strong connection to the Anglo-Saxon era and Beowulf, I thought I'd share these news here as well. This is a link to the news section of my online portfolio of illustrations and photography. Anyways, the news is that my photo is featured on a book about swords in Anglo-Saxon England. … Continue reading March 2019 – The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England — Lee W Lundin
Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary was released in 2014. It contains a translation of the poem Beowulf (dating back more than a 100 years) from Old English to Modern English together with an extensive commentary. J.R.R. Tolkien wrote the translation in 1920-1926, but was not published until the son Christopher edited this volume. It also contains Sellic Spell and two versions of The Lay of Beowulf.