File:Stories of beowulf head of grendel.jpg
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"They carried with them the hideous head of Grendel."
An illustration of 4 men carrying the head of Grendel.
|Source||Marshall, Henrietta Elizabeth () Stories of Beowulf, T.C. & E.C. Jack|
|Author||J. R. Skelton|
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