Includes bibliographical references (p. -181).
|Statement||by Bengt Odenstedt.|
|Series||Acta Academiae Regiae Gustavi Adolphi,, 59, Skrifter utgivna av Kungl., 59.|
|LC Classifications||PD2017 .O34 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||91187930|
Bengt Odenstedt is the author of On The Origin And Early History Of The Runic Script ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review), The History Of English ( Home My Books/5. The author concludes, on the basis of the greater variety of forms, that the runic script was used earlier and for a longer period of time in Scandinavia than elsewhere. The occurence of the various allographs in the above-mentioned areas is presented in statistical tables, and an attempt is made to establish the original form of each rune, and how and when its allograph arose. Runic script was developed in Scandinavia between the 2nd and 8th centuries AD. It was originally used for short inscriptions. After the Viking Age, this famous form of writing was altered to compete with the Latin script. While runologists argue over many of the details of the historical origins of runic writing, there is widespread agreement on a general outline. The runes are presumed to have been derived from one of the many Old Italic alphabets in use among the Mediterranean peoples of the first century CE, who lived to the south of the Germanic tribes.
The Book of Runes: A Handbook for the Use of an Ancient Oracle by Ralph Blum. Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works Topics runes, viking, tarot, predict, future, oracle Collection opensource Language English. You are holding something very special: a part of the ancient past and, perhaps, a part of your future. The discovery of the age of the Vinca script artefacts in destroys the ENTIRE basis of all previous research into the evolution of the Runic script. Ignoring the discovery of the Vinca script, and the fact that it rewrites the entire history not just of written language but the runes themselves, is idiotic. VINCA SCRIPT IS YEARS OLD. On the Origin and Early History of the Runic Script: Typology and Graphic Variation in the Older Futbark (Acta Academiae Regiae Gustavi Adolphi) by Bengt Odenstedt ISBN ISBN The oldest of these alphabets (for the Germanic tribes) is the runic alphabet. It was created in the II - III centuries AD and was applied till the Late Middle Ages. The runic alphabet is a common Germanic script, it was used by all Germanic tribes, East Germanic, North Germanic, as well as West Germanic tribes.
This book tells the story of runes from their mysterious origins, their development as a script, to their use and meaning in the modern world. Illustrated with a range of beautiful objects that show the runic inscriptions in context, Runes provides a glimpse into the languages and cultures of Europeans over a thousand years ago. The runic script was first mentioned in the 13th century Chronicle of Simon of Kéza, where he stated that the Székelys may use the script of the Blaks. Early Modern period. The Old Hungarian script became part of folk art in several areas during this period. This volume gathers all older fuþark inscriptions found in Denmark, Germany, England, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Hungary, Bosnia, Rumania, Norway and Sweden. It contains essays. Runes and the Origins of Writing. Author(s): Alain de Benoist In this wide-ranging yet concise study, Alain de Benoist brings his incisive intelligence and wide erudition to bear on the fiercely debated subject of the mysterious origin and practical and magical functions of runes, providing the reader with a thorough grounding in the potential origin points and evolutions of the Fuþark.