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Anglo-Saxon Runic Shapes by asgardstudios Anglo-Saxon Runic Shapes by asgardstudios
Anglo-Saxon Photoshop Runic Shapes

34 Anglo-Saxon Runic shapes for Photoshop. Unlike the icon version of these runes the shapes contain only the 34 2D runes and not the 3D runes.

Free for non-commercial use.
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puddleaddams Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
dude, you sure these are Anglo-Saxon? I can read/write fluently in a few different types if runes, including A-S, and this looks more like a weird mix-up of generalized Nordic runes and video game runes.... Beautiful, but not Anglo-Saxon? Sorry if I caused any offence here, just curious as to your source :P
asgardstudios Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2014
They are Anglo-Saxon fuþorc runes. Source: I believe it was the Cotton Otho Library, in the British Museum.

Note: The Anglo-Saxon runes, also known as futhorc (or fuþorc), extended from the Elder Futhark from 24 to between 26 and 33/34 characters. They were used from the 5th century onward, recording Old English and Old Frisian. They remained in use in Anglo-Saxon England throughout the 6th to 10th centuries, although runic script became increasingly confined to manuscript tradition as a topic of antiquarian interest after the 9th century, and it disappeared even as a learned curiosity soon after the Norman conquest.
fruhest Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I promise I'll link back here when I'm done stealing these from you >:3
DamselStock Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Ah... now, if only I knew what they meant! LOL Very nice, nonetheless!
BrigetteMora Featured By Owner May 19, 2012  Student Filmographer
I'm glad it doesn't have the 3D runes, this is exactly what I need, thanks. Will credit and link when I upload the pic I'm using them in.
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