Catalog Record: The old-northern runic monuments of Scandinavia and England | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The old-northern runic monuments of Scandinavia and England / now first collected and deciphered by George Stephens. With many hundreds of facsimiles and illustrations, partly in gold, silver, bronze and colors; runic alphabets; introductions, appendices; wordlists, etc.

Main Author: Stephens, George, 1813-1895.
Related Names: Stephens, Joseph Samuel Frithiof 1841-, Söderberg, Sven Otto Magnus 1849-1901.
Language(s): English
Published: London : J.R. Smith; 1866-1901.
Subjects: Inscriptions, Runic.
England > Antiquities.
Scandinavia > Antiquities.
Note: "Runic literature": volume 1, pages 12-14.
Volume 4 edited by Sven Otto Magnus Söderberg and Joseph Samuel Frithiof Stephens.
Physical Description: 4 volumes : frontispiece (v1-2), illustrations, plates (part color, part folded) ; 42 cm
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