By Herne Wyldwood
A lot has been written concerning the runes of the Elder Futhark yet there appears to be like little or no at the lore of the Anglo-Saxon runes regardless of their large contribution to what we all know approximately all different rune units.
This booklet has been written to aid convey wisdom of the background and lore of the Anglo-Saxon runes and talk about their use in sleek divination and Pagan perform.
It is the author's wish that this e-book evokes a love of the runes and that it is helping domesticate a resurgence of curiosity and perform of the traditional ability of rune magic and support re-light curiosity within the Anglo-Saxon tradition.
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We will not engage in a full methodolgical evaluation of the various chapters here; we leave it to the reader to discover and evaluate the methodology of each contribution and ultimately to assess the appropriateness of the approach without coaching from the editors. Sufﬁce it to say at this point that the full arsenal of methodological approaches is brought into play throughout these chapters. In the ﬁnal chapter of this volume, we offer a more detailed assessment of the methodological and empirical ﬁndings of this historical syntax.
B. Plaut. Mil. 745–746: seruiendae seruituti ego seruos instruxi mihi, / hospes, non qui mi imperarent . . ‘I have trained my slaves to serve me, my friend, not to give me orders’ Tac. ann. 2,59,1: Aegyptum proﬁciscitur cognoscendae antiquitatis ‘he sets out for Egypt to study old times’ 28 Concepción Cabrillana – supine in -um:11 (14) Liv. 3,25,6: uenerunt questum iniurias ‘they came to complain of injustices’ – future participle:12 (15) Verg. Aen. 2,675: si periturus abis ‘if you are going away to perish’ – inﬁnitive:13 (16) Ter.
7) Hist. Aug. Max. Balb. 17,3: nulla uox tam fortis, nulla oratio tam felix, nullum ingenium tam fecundum numquam fuerit, quod possit publicam felicitatem digne exprimere ‘no voice was so strong, no speech so fortunate, no talent so proliﬁc that it could express public happiness deservingly’ (8) Vet. Lat. gen. 19,16: tenuerunt angeli manus eius et manus uxoris eius et manus duarum ﬁliarum eius dum parceret dominus Deus eis ‘the angels seized his hand and the hand of his wife and the hand of his two daughters so that God the Lord would forgive them’ (9) Lucif.
Anglo-Saxon Rune Lore: A Brief Guide to the Anglo-Saxon Runes by Herne Wyldwood