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includes carving of faces - decorative potential.  Mysterious code in Viking runes is cracked | ScienceNordic  http://sciencenordic.com/mysterious-code-viking-runes-cracked

A rune stick from the Wharf in Bergen testifies to a mischievous use of runic writing. The lines in the beards of these men comprise a messa.

Rune name tag found in Bergen, Norway, with the inscription ”Lucia Grimsdottir owns”. C. 1200-1250.

Rune name tag found in Bergen, Norway, with the inscription ”Lucia Grimsdottir owns”.

Gyða segir at þú gakk heim’ ‘Gyða tells you to go home’ Rune-stick found in the Bryggen quarter of Bergen, a mediaeval mercantile town in Norway

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Gyða segir at þú gakk heim’ ‘Gyða tells you to go home’ Rune-stick found in the Bryggen quarter of Bergen, a mediaeval mercantile town in Norway

CRACKING A RUNE CODE from The Guardian, 12 Feb 2014 | An ancient Norse code which has been puzzling experts for years has been cracked by a Norwegian runologist - to discover the Viking equivalent of playful text messages. Read more at https://www.facebook.com/norsemythology/posts/841275985902071

CRACKING A RUNE CODE from The Guardian, 12 Feb 2014 An ancient Norse code which has been puzzling experts for years has been cracked by a Norwegian.

Medieval runes were in use until the 15th century. Of the total number of Norwegian runic inscriptions preserved today, most are medieval runes. Notably, more than 600 inscriptions using these runes have been discovered in Bergen since the 1950s, mostly on wooden sticks.

Medieval runes were in use until the 15th century. Of the total number of Norwegian runic inscriptions preserved today, most are medieval runes. Notably, more than 600 inscriptions using these runes have been discovered in Bergen since the 1950s, mostly on wooden sticks.

RundtOmRuner.dk Ribs found in Bergen says "Now here much ado." 1200-1400's.

dk Ribs found in Bergen says "Now here much ado.

Bergen Bors Hotel in Norway by Claesson Koivisto Rune | Yellowtrace

Bergen Bors Hotel in Norway by Claesson Koivisto Rune

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