THE GERMANIC RUNES

The Germanic runic alphabet , the 24- rune Elder Futhark, was the common ancestor of all runes which followed.

During the 300 years the Elder Futhark was in use, several of its runes changed in appearance. For example, the s-rune, the e-rune, the j-rune and the ing-rune changed during this period.



THE GERMANIC RUNES NAME


f u0 th0 a0 r0 k0 g0 w0
FE URAZ THYTH AZA REDA CHOZMA GEUUA UUINNE

h0 n0 i j p ë R s
HAAL NOICZ ICZ GAAR PERTRA EZCK ALGIS SUGIL

t b e m l ng d o
TYS BERCNA EYS MANNA LAAZ ENGUZ DAAZ UTAL



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Last updated 21.10.2002