The Runes, Whence Came They

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Williams and Norgate, 1894 - Runes - 95 pages
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Page 96 - Two leaves of King Waldere's Lay, a hitherto unknown Old English Epic of the...
Page 76 - Denkmale einer sehr ausgebildeten Holzbaukunst aus den friihesten Jahrhunderten in den innern Landschaften Norwegens», som ble utgitt i Dresden samme år.
Page iv - I beg the reader carefully to ponder the following remarkable and interesting and decisive FACTS, in the little list showing the numerical result in every class, up to June 1894.
Page 15 - Slightly scribbled in, below a small stone Sundial in the wall of the Church, which is of early Norman date.
Page 14 - Minster, donne hit wes <xl to-brocan and tofalan ; and he hit let macan newan from grunde, Chrlste and Scs Gregorivs, in Eadward dagvm, cunu/zg, in TOSTI dagvm, eorl 4.
Page 47 - BC, as the date of the earliest monuments of the Greek alphabet, a date which satisfactorily explains the resemblance of the letters to the loth century Phoenician characters.* Thus there are near 12 yearhundreds between the Old Greek alphabet and the oldest Runic in Scando-Anglia.
Page 47 - It appears therefore that a Greek source remains as the only possible hypothesis.* — He continues, p.

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