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The Ådum stone / Aadum stone. Rune stone from 1025-1250. Found in 1629. #vikingage #runestone

The Ådum stone / Aadum stone. Rune stone from 1025-1250. Found in 1629. #vikingage #runestone

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rune stone

Bække stone 1 (900-950), rune stone from Denmark. Found in Bække, 1810. Viking Age.

Bække stone 1 (900-950), rune stone from Denmark. Found in Bække, 1810. Viking Age.

Denmarks National Museum has a new app where you can see pictures and get information about 100 Danish rune stones (from October 6th 2013) | Nationalmuseets Runestensprojekt har fotograferet og beskrevet næsten 100 runesten i hele Danmark – blandt andre den smukke og enkle Fjenneslev-sten, som står ved Fjenneslev Kirke i nærheden af Ringsted. Foto: Roberto Fortuna, Nationalmuseet. @Nationalmuseet

Denmarks National Museum has a new app where you can see pictures and get information about 100 Danish rune stones (from October 6th 2013) | Nationalmuseets Runestensprojekt har fotograferet og beskrevet næsten 100 runesten i hele Danmark – blandt andre den smukke og enkle Fjenneslev-sten, som står ved Fjenneslev Kirke i nærheden af Ringsted. Foto: Roberto Fortuna, Nationalmuseet. @Nationalmuseet

The Glavendrup stone. A runestone on the island of Funen in Denmark. Dates from the early 10th century. It contains Denmark's longest runic inscription and ends in a curse. #runestone #runic #glavendrup #runes

The Glavendrup stone. A runestone on the island of Funen in Denmark. Dates from the early 10th century. It contains Denmark's longest runic inscription and ends in a curse. #runestone #runic #glavendrup #runes

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The 'we can do it' lady...

The ‘we can do it’ lady…

The 'we can do it' lady...

Carved Viking stone with runes at Borg Museum, Lofoten, Norway Photo credit © Zbynek Burival iStockphoto

Carved Viking stone with runes at Borg Museum, Lofoten, Norway Photo credit © Zbynek Burival iStockphoto

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VikingRunor

The big Jelling stone - The two rune stones reflect the transition from the pagan Viking Age to the Christian Middle Ages . The smallest rune stone is the oldest, probably approx. 935 It was erected by King Gorm the Old in memory of his wife Thyra Danebod. The stone is also the oldest extant Danish source where Denmark is mentioned in written context.

The big Jelling stone - The two rune stones reflect the transition from the pagan Viking Age to the Christian Middle Ages . The smallest rune stone is the oldest, probably approx. 935 It was erected by King Gorm the Old in memory of his wife Thyra Danebod. The stone is also the oldest extant Danish source where Denmark is mentioned in written context.

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