An Introduction to English Runes
Runes are quite frequently mentioned in modern writings, usually imprecisely as a source of mystic knowledge, power or insight. This book sets the record straight. It shows runes working as a practical script for a variety of purposes in early English times, among both indigenous Anglo-Saxons and incoming Vikings. In a scholarly yet readable way it examines the introduction of the runic alphabet (the futhorc) to England in the fifth and sixth centuries, the forms and values of its letters, and the ways in which it developed, up until its decline at the end of the Anglo-Saxon period. It discusses how runes were used for informal and day-to-day purposes, on formal monuments, as decorative letters in prestigious manuscripts, for owners' or makers' names on everyday objects, perhaps even in private letters. For the first time, the book presents, together with earlier finds, the many runic objects discovered over the last twenty years, with a range of inscriptions on bone, metal and stone, even including tourists' scratched signatures found on the pilgrimage routes through Italy. It gives an idea of the immense range of information on language and social history contained in these unique documents. The late R.I. PAGE was former Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the University of Cambridge.
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The runes of the lost Bewcastle cross head British Library MS
The Manchester ring from Hickess Thesaurus
The Bramham Moor ring from Drakes Eboracum
The Chessell Down scabbard mount runes
When and where
The CaistorbyNorwich astragalus runes
Pre650 runic monuments
Post650 runic monuments
The Manchester ring legend
The Derby bone plate
The Whitby comb
The repairers inscription on the Harford Farm brooch
The AshGilton pommel inscription
The Southampton Hamwih bone
The Wheatley Hill ring
The Whitby disc
The Bakewell stone fragment
The AngloSaxon runic letters
The Hartlepool I namestone
The Hartlepool II namestone
Reginald Bainbriggs drawing of the Ruthwell cross inscription
The Overchurch stone runes
The ChesterleStreet stone inscription
Runica manmcripta and the runenames
English and Norse runes on a page from St Johns College
The AngloSaxon Runic Poem from Hickess Thesaurus
The abbreviated name of Solomon in the Corpus Christi College
The dividedfuthorc and runic codes
The partfuthorc of the Brandon pin
Norse cryptic rune types from Bergen
How to use runes
The fragmentary Southampton bone plaque
The Keswick runic disc
Christ and Mary on St Cuthberts coffin
The Welbeck Hill bracteate
The Dover brooch runes
The Thames silvergilt mount
The Undley bracteate with a schematic drawing of its runes
The skanomodu solidus
More manuscript runes
Part of the runic passage from Solomon and Saturn I Corpus
AngloSaxon and Viking
The Penrith brooch futhqrk
The Bridekirk font runes
The Conishead Priory runes
New runic coin type from Billockby
Runes on a sherd from Worcester
Runic marginalia in Corpus Christi College Cambridge MS 41
The Orpington sundial
Runic graffito from Monte Sant Angelo Italy
The study of runes
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