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The Script and its Problems
Runenames and Futharks
The Early Inscriptions
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amulet Anglo-Frisian Anglo-Saxon England bone bracteates Breza brooch called carved Celtic characters Charnay Christian church coins comb commemorated consonants cross danegeld Danish runes decoration Denmark dialect died earliest runic East eleventh century epitaph Erik Moltke example excavated Frisia Germanic give gold graffiti grave Haraldr Illerup important Ingvarr inscribed Isle Jylland king Kirk Michael known Kylver language later lines of runes magical Manx meaning memorial stone modern English mound neck-ring Norse runes Norsemen Norway Norwegian Old English Old Norse older futhark perhaps personal name Pietroassa portable objects presumably probably pronunciation record represent Roman letters Roman script rune forms rune-master rune-name rune-stones runes runes cut runic inscriptions runic legends runic monuments runic texts runologists Ruthwell Scandinavian Serkland silver Skane sometimes sound sound-change spear-head staves Stentoften stop consonants survive Sveinn Sweden Swedo-Norwegian Thornhill Uppland Urswick Vadstena variant verse Viking Age word younger futhark