Beowulf

Beowulf, a very old Anglo-Saxon romance consisting of 6356 short alliterative lines, and the oldest extant in the language, recording the exploits of a mythical hero of the name, who wrestled Hercules-wise, at the cost of his life, with first a formidable monster, and then a dragon that had to be exterminated or tamed into submission before the race he belonged to could live with safety on the soil.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Benzoin * Béranger, Pierre Jean de
Bentinck, Lord George
Bentinck, Lord William Henry Cavendish
Bentinck, William
Bentivoglio
Bentley, Richard
Benuë
Benvolio
Benyow`sky, Count
Benzene
Benzoin
Beowulf
Béranger, Pierre Jean de
Berar`
Berat, Frédéric
Berber
Berber
Ber`berah
Berbers
Berbice
Berbrugger
Berchta