Old English, also called Anglo-Saxon, is the language spoken by the English inhabitants of Britain from about 500 to 1100 A.D. Though it's the ancestor of our modern English speech, it's different enough that translation is quite an effort. If you'd like to know more about Old English, you might try any of these links.
Note that Old English is not the language of Chaucer (who spoke Middle English), or Shakespeare (who spoke an early form of Modern English).
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