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Caedmon's <em>Hymn</em>

Caedmon's Hymn


by Caedmon

Caedmon's Hymn: Theme it, Baby True or False

1. Like your typical Anglo-Saxon king, the God in Caedmon's Hymn builds a what? -> roof
2. Which three words are used in the Hymn to mean "humans"? -> "men's sons," "mankind," and "men"
3. Which word in the poem is a synonym for God's strength? -> "might"
4. What aspect of God does the poem primarily address? -> his redeeming love for humankind
5. Which time-related word appears in the poem? -> centennial