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Obwohl die Runenschrift in der Frühneuzeit auf Island als verpönt und verdächtig galt – wie uns Björn Jónsson in seinem Samtak um rúnir (1642) unterrichtet – vermehren sich ausgerechnet im 18. und 19. Jh. die Runeneinträge in isländischen Handschriften. Dort stellen sie ein sekundäres Phänomen dar, das trotz Übereinstimmungen mit der gelehrten Tradition aus Skandinavien […]

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Whilst the runica manuscripta of the English tradition (Derolez 1954, Derolez 1991), the Scandinavian rune poems (Heizmann 1998, Bauer 2003), their recording in the scholarly, early medieval treatise (De inventione litterarum), their occasional use as the writer’s signature and within the Old High German glosses have been comparatively well-researched  (Nievergelt 2009), this does not apply […]

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Als erste skandinavische Runen, die in einem gedruckten Werk auftauchen, wird das „gotische“ Alphabet in Theseus Ambrosius‘ 1539 erschienenem Werk Introductio in chaldaicam linguam, Syriacam atque Armenicam, et decem alias linguas angesehen. Dieses stammt laut Text von Johannes Magnus. Im selben Jahr wurde außerdem Olaus Magnus berühmte Carta marina gedruckt, die ebenfalls eine kurze Runeninschrift […]

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The aim of this paper is to revise and further analyse the functions of the runes ᛞ and ᛗ in the Glosses to the Lindisfarne Gospels. The work presented here is part of a project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation which addresses various aspects of the morphosyntax and lexis of the […]

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The Anglo-Saxon runic poem is often regarded as the most popular and well-known representative of the English runica manuscripta tradition. It was discovered on a separate folio attached to MS Cotton Otho B. X, which, unfortunately, was lost in the 1731 Cottonian fire. The existence of the folio and its runes were recorded twice before […]

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