By Oswyn of Baðon mka Sean Wilson
Shire of Caer Gwyn, Middle Kingdom, Known World
While many sources of Anglo-Saxon history and literature have not survived through the years, there is one very remarkable piece that has – the Exeter Book. This book dates from my own time, the 10th century. It contains epic poems like The Wanderer, the lives of St Guthlac and St Juliana, some traditional secular poems, and more than 90 riddles.