Author(s) Title Session
Cecilia Ljung & Marjolein Stern [Session abstract] RMMC Session: Changing monuments – Decipherment of contextual transformations of runestone traditions
Christiane Zimmermann [Session abstract] Runic Graphemics: Decipherment and Documentation
Gunnar Andersson & Kerstin O. Näversköld Runstenen från Björkö by – 10 bitar av ett stort pussel
Michael P. Barnes Documenting the Scandinavian runic inscriptions of the British Isles: Confessions of a field runologist
Alessia Bauer Fallstudie zu den isländischen runica manuscripta
Wolfgang Beck Reading runes in late medieval manuscripts
Ilya Egorov The orthographic variability in the runic inscriptions of Uppland, Södermanland and Östergötland
Stig Eliasson Scandinavian runic epigraphy in an unidentified language? Inscription-internal linguistic consistency and cross-inscriptional parallels
Ekaterina Eroshkina Runologi i undervisningen
Martin Findell Two new reports on runic inscriptions in Britain
Andreas Fischnaller Die Quellen der ersten gedruckten skandinavischen Runen
Andreas Fischnaller & Anne Hofmann Dokumentation von Runeninschriften mit Hilfe von Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)
Daniel Föller Stylistic device or accidental occurrence? Thinking about the proximity of words on Viking-Age rune-stones
Irene García Losquiño Documenting Evolution: Purpose-Grouping in the Older Runic Inscriptions
Anne-Sofie Gräslund Kristet eller hedniskt? Reflektioner om bildinnehållet på U 448
Nik Gunn et al. A New Runic Inscription From Viking Age Cleveland
Helmer Gustavson Discovery – Some Swedish inscriptions in the older futhark and their find circumstances
Martin Hansson & Per Stille Runic stones in the landscape. What does the location of runic stones reveal about Viking Age mentality and society?
Lisbeth M. Imer The Greenlandic Runic Inscriptions – the Tradition of Writing in the North Atlantic
Loraine Jensen The Challenges of Runic Studies in America
Judith Jesch The Viking Age Rune Stones of Norway
Jay Johnston Locating Decipherment: Understanding Material and Textual Context in the Interpretation of an Uncertain Inscription
Magnus Källström Elias Wesséns runstensundersökningar i Södermanland 1928 och 1929
Kerstin Kazzazi & Christiane Zimmermann Structural and terminological challenges of a bilingual German-English RuneS database
Laila Kitzler Åhfeldt From picture stone to rune stone – Changing traditions on Gotland
Karoline Kjesrud Runenes makt: hvem eier runene?
Elise Kleivane Runes and Roman script
James E. Knirk Documentation of Runic Inscriptions
Lilla Kopár The Rise and Fall of Anglo-Saxon Runic Stone Monuments
Jana Krüger Der Gebrauch von punktierten Runen in dänischen Runeninschriften
Jurij Kuzmenko Hur rungraffiti på mynt kan hjälpa vid tolkningen av andra runinskrifter (en ny tolkning av runinskrifterna på på Værløse-spännet och Vedslet-amuletstenen)
Michael Lerche Nielsen Decipherment – Knot-runes and doubled runes: origin and meaning
Lennart Lind Denarius Barbaricus
Cecilia Ljung From memorials to grave markers: transformations of the runestone tradition in a churchyard context
Alexander K. Lykke Unstressed /i/ and /u/ in Old Norwegian – A study of the Norwegian runic material post 1050
Mikael Males Kan fornisländskans rúnar betyda ‘bokstäver’, förutom att betyda ‘runor’?
Edith Marold Normalisierung und Transkription, ihre Funktionen und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten – Fragen eines Editors
Bernard Mees Elmer Antonsen as a runologist
Klaus Johan Myrvoll Syntaktiske avleiringar i runeinnskrifter og norrøn poesi
Minoru Ozawa How many rune stones Swein Forkbeard raised? A contribution to reconstructing the commemoration strategy of the Jelling dynasty
Alessandro Palumbo Graphonomical analysis of runic graphs and the use of runic forms in medieval Gotland
Sofia Pereswetoff-Morath Om svårigheterna med att etablera läsningar för runinskrifter på metallföremål: det nyfunna kopparbrynet från Rjurikovo Gorodišče
Peter Pieper Ergebnisse der Neuuntersuchungen der Runeninschriften von Bad Ems und Beuchte
Roland Schuhmann Readings of Runic Inscriptions and their Effect on Early Germanic Grammar
Inmaculada Senra-Silva Reading the and runes in the Glosses to the Lindisfarne Gospels: A Reanalysis
Marcus Smith A Runic Font Initiative
Terje Spurkland Hér var han, ok heðan fór han út: Runic inscriptions as a source for pilgrimages
Rikke Steenholt Olesen Cast censers with runes
Marjolein Stern Changing monuments: the adapting and adopting of runestones and the effects on their perception and decipherment
Alix Thoeming Temporality and Regionality in the Rune-Stones of Viking Age Sweden
Luzius Thöny On final devoicing in Proto-Norse
Fredrik Valdeson Vg 199 – Ett första utkast till en tolkning
Aya Van Renterghem Reassessing the Anglo-Saxon Runic Poem: Reading Runes with Early Editors
Andrey Volgushev The functions of the “lock” element in the ornaments of the Uppland runestones
Michelle Waldispühl Between epigraphic and runo-graphic analysis: exploring the boundaries
Gaby Waxenberger Graphemes: Reconstruction and Interpretation
Nancy L. Wicker Bracteates and Beverages: alu in Light of the Discovery of a New Bracteate from Scalford
Henrik Williams ʀs · uʀstr · o · ualu · på Ög 83, ett tolkningsförslag av nekrologen
Kendra Willson Interpretationes Fennicae: What to look for?
Kristel Zilmer ‘Sight words’ in medieval runic inscriptions – a strategy of runic literacy?
Ute Zimmermann Rune oder Nichtrune? – Zur Unterscheidung von Runen, runenähnlichen Zeichen, Kapitalis, Kapitalis-Imitationen und anderen Zeichen in den Inschriften der Goldbrakteaten der Völkerwanderungszeit