Elder Futhark/Anglo-Saxon/Frisian Futharks – Jane Sibley


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In the late Vendel or early Viking period, the rune row was condensed to a 16-character array from the earlier 24-rune Elder Futhark. We will look at not only rune names/meanings, but also dotted runes, “short-twig runes, “Norse code”, magic, and mundane usage.

1.5 hours no prereq,  bring paper and pencil

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