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Suomen muinaishistoria on Euroopan historia - Finnish ancient history archeology Viewpoints 2017 Finland

XL bild på runsten som gravsten

Made by modern runecarver, Kalle Runristare.

Uudenkirkon naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Timo Ripatti 1991. Finland

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s (woolen?) dress representing the region of Uusikirkko, part of the former Finland and today belonging to Russia.

Made by modern runecarver, Kalle Runristare.

Made by modern runecarver, Kalle Runristare.

Viking rune stone | Scottish, celtic and viking | Pinterest

Viking rune stone are easy to find in Sweden. It makes alot of sense how i find rune stones in arkansas

Image from http://mylittlenorway.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/long-branch-runes.jpg.

Vikings AD) used alphabet called "Younger Futhark" (fuþark), 16 sound symbols known as runes. Developed from "Elder Futhark" to 800 AD), an older form of Germanic language of 24 runes.

Honouring Odin by Paranda

"Honouring Odin" by Paranda. Applewood slice pyrographed with tree design, Elder Futhark Runes, and Odin's ravens, Huginn and Muninn. This is just breathtaking.

örby  Örby    Jarpi had the stone (raised) in memory of his two sons.      This rune stone is standing less than one kilometer west from the one at Herresta (U 370).

Örby Jarpi had the stone (raised) in memory of his two sons. This rune stone is standing less than one kilometer west from the one at Herresta (U

Made by modern runecarver, Kalle Runristare.

Made by modern runecarver, Kalle Runristare.

runestone -

I remember trying to copy this with a dremel onto a support stone left over from the old house we tore down.

Ed  Þorsteinn had the landmark made in memory of Sveinn, his father, and in memory of Þórir, his brother. They were abroad in Greece. And in memory of Ingiþóra, his mother. Œpir carved.

Ed Þorsteinn had the landmark made in memory of Sveinn, his father, and in memory of Þórir, his brother. They were abroad in Greece. And in memory of Ingiþóra, his mother.