The Runes, Whence Came They

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Williams and Norgate, 1894 - Runes - 95 pages
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Page 94 - Two leaves of King Waldere's Lay, a hitherto unknown Old English Epic of the...
Page 74 - Denkmale einer sehr ausgebildeten Holzbaukunst aus den friihesten Jahrhunderten in den innern Landschaften Norwegens», som ble utgitt i Dresden samme år.
Page 13 - Slightly scribbled in, below a small stone Sundial in the wall of the Church, which is of early Norman date.
Page 12 - 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 45 - 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 45 - It appears therefore that a Greek source remains as the only possible hypothesis.* — He continues, p.

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