Younger futhark

Younger futhark. Icelandic variant.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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In the age of the Vikings (800-1100AD) Scandinavia used a runic alphabet known as Younger Futhark (fuþark). It was made up of 16 sound symbols known as runes. Younger Futhark developed from Elder Futhark (150 to 800 AD), an older form of Germanic language consisting of 24 runes. Both alphabets are called after their first six runes F-U-þ-A-R-K. Younger Futhark is basically the written form of Old Norse – the language of the Vikings.

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.

Rune chart by Nigel Jackson

Younger Futhark Rune chart by Nigel Jackson I'm not so familiar with the younger Futhark.

medieval:  Calendar with weekdays, feastdays, and St. Olav Axes. "MS in Norwegian on walrus bone or reindeer horn, Norway, ca. 15th c., 6 ff., 3x14 cm, single column, (2x14 cm), 1 line in runes of the younger futhark, 93 feastday symbols in a rather early primitive stage, including the 2 St. Olav axes. Binding: Norway, ca. 15th c., walrus bone or reindeer horn covers, fastened with 2 leather straps through holes. Commentary: The 2 St. Olav axes, 29 July and 3 August, represent the most…

century Norwegian rune calendar, made of whale bone, showing the date of feast days

Younger Futhark runes The version of runes that were actually in use during the Viking Era.

The Younger Futhark runic alphabet of 16 runes was accepted by the century in the whole of Scandinavia. This set of runes that may be called Viking runes.

Younger Futhark

Younger Futhark

Norse Runes: Futhark Runic Alphabet - uthark is the name given to a group of runic alphabets. Norse runes were letters used in ancient Germanic languages before the Roman script was adopted. Futhark was used for a long period of time by various peoples to write various languages. Its earlier version is known as the Elder Futhark. Later variant is known as the Younger Futhark. The word Futhark is formed after the first six runes in the rune sequence.  Learn more.  #languages

Nordic runes were used by ancient Germanic tribes. The first Nordic runic alphabet was Elder Futhark. Later it developed into Nordic Younger Futhark runes.

Description of the Younger Futhark as "Viking Ogham" in the Book of Ballymote (AD 1390).

The Northern Mysteries Current: Futhark and Mystery Schools of the Viking Age

Younger futhark (800 to 1110) There were two major varieties of Younger Futhark, namely Danish (long-branch) and Swedish-Norwegian(short-twig)

Younger futhark to There were two major varieties of Younger Futhark, namely Danish (long-branch) and Swedish-Norwegian (short-twig)

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The Younger Futhark runic alphabet of 16 runes was accepted by the century in the whole of Scandinavia. This set of runes that may be called Viking runes.

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