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In the 11th C AD, a picture stone tradition (including runic inscriptions) with a strong local character on Gotland is replaced by a rune stone tradition similar to that in the Mälar valley of the Swedish mainland. Gotland maintains some characteristics, such as the door-like shape of the monument, but the runic ornament is now […]

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The aim of the paper is to present a model for the description of runic graphs and a method for their classification into graph-types and graph-type variants. The classification of runic graphs into graph-types and variants requires the establishment of typological criteria. Runologists have described runic graphs in various ways, employing different sets of graphic […]

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