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  Vaksala_Runestone LANGUAGE SCHOOL EXPLORER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Vaksala Runestone (U 961) is located in Vaksala parish near Uppsala, Sweden.
40 runestones made by the successful rune carver ×pir, in Uppland, in the 11th century.
This runestone was moved from the wall of the church yard to its present location.
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  Vaksala Runestone at AllExperts
The Vaksala Runestone (U 961) is located in Vaksala parish near Uppsala, Sweden.
40 runestones made by the successful rune carver ×pir, in Uppland, in the 11th century.
This runestone was moved from the wall of the church yard to its present location.
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  CONK! Encyclopedia: Runic_alphabet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The same curse and use of the word rune is also found on the Stentoften Runestone.
The two futharks were in parallel use for some time, and one example of this is the Rök Runestone.
The Edward-script was in use until the 1910s in Älvdalen, Dalecarlia, and also appears on the Kensington Runestone, which to most researchers indicates its status as a hoax.
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 Rune
The runes were introduced to, or invented by, the Germanic peoples in the 1st or 2nd century (The oldest known runic inscription dates to ca.
Two of them are the Stentoften Runestone and the Björketorp Runestone, where the haglaz rune has evolved into having the same form as the h-rune of the younger futhark, but it is used for an a-phoneme.
The Edward-script was in use until the 1910s in Älvdalen, Dalarna, and also appears on the Kensington Runestone, which to most researchers indicates its status as a hoax.
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 Runic alphabet -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Two of them are the Stentoften Runestone and the Björketorp Runestone, where the haglaz rune
The two futharks were in parallel use for some time, and one example of this is the Rök Runestone.
The largest group of surviving Runic inscription are Viking Age Younger Futhark runestones, most commonly found in Sweden.
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 Runic Monuments
A death rune is otherwise known as a memorial, and are commonly known as runestones or divining runes.
This runestone memorial was was found on a mound of earth by the side of the road.
The Vaksala Runestone is one of 40 runestones carved by the rune carver öpir in the 11th century made on the behest of the widow and the daughter of the deceased.
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 Runic alphabet - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The name rune itself, taken to mean "secret, somethinghidden", seems to indicate that knowledge of the runes was originally considered esoteric, or restricted to an elite.
In total,about 380 objects dating from 1500–1910 have been found in the provinces of Dalecarlia, Gestricia and Herdalia.
The Edward-script was in use until the 1910s in Älvdalen, Dalecarlia, and also appears on the Kensington Runestone, which to most researchers indicates itsstatus as a hoax.
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The same curse and use of the word rune is also found on the Stentoften Runestone.
From about 1100, this disadvantage was eliminated in the medieval runes, which again increased the number of different signs to correspond with the number of phonemes in the language.
The two futharks were in parallel use for some time, and one example of this is the Rök Runestone.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Old Italic alphabet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Younger Futhark inscription on the Vaksala Runestone The Runic alphabets are a set of related alphabets using letters known as runes, formerly used to write Germanic languages, mainly in Scandinavia and the British Isles, but before Christianization also on the European Continent.
Representation of the Gothic alphabet surrounding its inventor Ulfilas The Gothic alphabet is an alphabetic writing system attributed to Wulfila used exclusively for writing the ancient Gothic language.
Raetic is an obscure language of antiquity, which used to be spoken in the eastern Alps, to the north and west of Venetic.
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 runes
The Edward-script was in use until the 1910s in Älvdalen, Dalecarlia, and also appears on the Kensington Runestone, which to most researchers indicates its status as a hoax.
The German Bundeswehr uses a design reminiscent of the odal rune as a part of their shoulder-board ranking system on a variety of levels, including the German Army and German Navy.
When modern runestone carvers make runestones they had a problem with that some modern characters were missing from the older rune alphabeths so an updated version was created.
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Two of them are the Stentoften Runestone and the Björketorp Runestone, where the haglaz rune Error creating thumbnail: has evolved into Error creating thumbnail: having the same form as the h-rune of the younger futhark, but it is used for an a-phoneme.
As some people started making runestones in modern times they had a problem with that some modern characters were missing from the older rune alphabeths so an updated version using ruffed runes was created.
A somewhat modified form of the Elder Futhark was used in the Ultima series of computer games, including extensively in Ultima V, adding some letters to make a complete one-to-one corrsepondence with the English alphabet (plus a few runes to represent some common two-letter combinations).
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 Runy
Stejný proklínat a použití runy slova je také najito na Stentoften Runestone.
Dva je být Stentoften Runestone a Björketorp Runestone, kde haglaz runa
Dva futharks byly v souběžném užívání na nějakou dobu a jeden příklad tohoto je Rök Runestone.
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 Runic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Edward-script was in use until the 1910s in Älvdalen, Dalecarlia, and also appears on the Kensington Runestone, which to most researchers indicates its status as a hoax.
In Gauntlet Dark Legacy collection of Runestones is critical to success in the game.
In the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game numerous monstrous races have been given their own runes, usually designed to reflect the nature of their cultures.
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