Note for Google chrome Users: If Runestaves do not display then click here: http://gschoppe.com/blog/fixing-unicode-support-in-google-chrome/
Runes, or more accurately
Runestaves, are the native writing of Northern Europe. These days English and
other Northern European languages are written using Latin letters, they used
to be written using runestaves.
Windows 7 and 8 both support the use of Runestaves (and Ogham
letters - used by the Irish when the English and Scots used runestaves) but
do not provide a keyboard mapper so they can easily be typed. A runish keyboard mapper
can be found by clicking here.
Page, R. I. Runes and
Runic Inscriptions (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell
Barnes, Michael P. Runes A Handbook (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2012)
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