What Time Period Did Beowulf Live in?

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Beowulf was a fictional character, ergo he did not live in any time period. However, the time period it was set in was the sixth century, also known as the Dark or Middle Ages. Overall, it was a very rough time for humanity, even without giant monsters to slay.
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The epic Hero Beowulf is a legendary character described in a poem. The setting of the story is Scandinavia in the late 5th century.
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Well, I'm sorry. You won't find any authentic music from that period at all. Basically no music survives from before 1200 in Europe outside Italy and Greece. Only at the very end
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