The Norse Alphabet Explained by AmericanAngel117 on DeviantArt
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Runes were the written language of the Vikings.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.
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The Greek alphabet, the script of English today, is based on the Kemetic alphabet of Ancient Egypt/Kemet and the Upper Nile Valley of Ancient Africa. Ancient Egyptians called their words MDW NTR, or ‘Metu Neter,” which means divine speech. The Greeks called it, ‘hieroglyphics"- a Greek word. The etymology of hieroglyphics is sacred (hieros) carvings (glyph).
Rune stone, Västra Ledinge, Uppland, Sweden
Runestone (U 518) in Västra Ledinge. The inscription says: "Torgärd and Sven, they had this stone raised in memory of Ormer and Ormulv and Fröger. He met his end in the sound of Sila (Selaön island), and the others abroad in Greece. May God help their spirits and souls". Runsten (U 518) i Västra Ledinge. Ristningen säger: "Torgärd och Sven de läto resa denna sten efter Ormer och Ormulv och Fröger. Han slutade sitt liv norrut i silu (Selaön) och de andra ute i Grekland. Gud hjälpe deras ande…
Phoenician Alphabet Origin - Phoenicians in Phoenicia
An intriguing look into the origin of the Phoenician alphabet and how it led to the Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, Roman, Arabic and other alphabets.