Runes and Runic Inscriptions: Collected Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Viking Runes by .
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Start by marking An Introduction to English Runes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. 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. PAGE was former Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the University of Cambridge.
Raymond Ian Page (25 September 1924 – 10 March 2012) was a British historian of Anglo-Saxon England and the Viking Age, and a renowned runologist who specialised in the study of Anglo-Saxon runes. Page was born in Sheffield in 1924, and was educated at King Edward VII School. His family circumstances required him to leave school at the age of 16. In 1942 he took a course in mechanical engineering at Rotherham Technical College, applying thereafter for a commission in the Royal Navy
An introduction to English runes . 2nd ed. p. cm. Originally published: London: Methuen, 1973.
An introduction to English runes . It has long been out of print, and there have been many requests for a second impression. In the twenty-five years since that work was written English runic studies have developed a good deal, so a straightforward reissue would serve no useful purpose.
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.
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.
Introduction to English Runes. It shows runes as a practical script, used by Anglo-Saxons and Vikings, and presents many runic objects with inscriptions. Introduction to English Runes. by Page, R. I. Recommend this! Marketplace Prices. Page, R. is the author of 'Introduction to English Runes', published 2006 under ISBN 9780851159461 and ISBN 085115946X.
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Raymond Page is a famous rune-scholar from the UK. He wrote several books on the subject and lectured at Cambridge University. This book was first published in 1973, but heavily updated in 1999. I bought this book for two reasons. In about 250 pages Page speaks about each and every item with runes on it, found in the UK. He divides runes on stones, coins, in manuscripts and elsewhere
An Introduction to English Runes. Published by The Boydell Press. 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. Other Titles of Interest.