English dictionary of runic inscriptions in the younger futhark
database at the University of Nottingham which contains
all words used in younger rune inscriptions.
Arild Hauge’s runes
runes, vikings and older Scandinavian culture.
Photos and transcriptions of hundreds of Swedish runestones.
Lena Peterson in Uppsala has compiled this
dictionary of all personal names and place names
used in Scandinavian runic inscriptions.
Nytt om runer
peridodical for runic studies, published in English
by the Runic Archives at the University of Oslo.
News in the runic fields, edited by Jan Owe.
Information about runestones from the Swedish National Heritage Board. (In Swedish.)
website of Thomas Carlson and Gunnar
Nordin contains photos of Swedish runestones, with transliterated
and translated text. (In Swedish.)
Staffan Blixt presents
photos, transcriptions and facts about runestones.
Downloadable database with Nordic rune texts, issued by the University of Uppsala.
Digital version of Svenska
runristare by Erik Brate, published in 1926.
Dictionary of words
(except proper names) used in Swedish runic inscriptions
from the Viking age, compiled by Lena Peterson. PDF
file. (In Swedish.)
version of Sveriges runinskrifter by Erik
Brate, published in 1922. (In Swedish.)
The Hnias runic font contains the 81 runic characters in the Unicode standard.
It is designed for webb publishing of normalized
Hård & Lagman
Svante Lagman’s runic fonts are the most widely used fonts in current runological
Odd Einar Haugen’s runic fonts Gullhornet and Gullskoen contain
many variants and are widely used in the scholarly
Hamp has made a font containing the runic characters used on the Kensington
secret writing of the Viking age.
McCreedy's Gallery of Unicode Fonts
Overview of free fonts
containing Unicode runes.
Encoding and typing
Jan Egil Kristiansen on the Faroes informs about runic
encoding in Unicode.
for Unicode support in Web browsers
Alan Wood’s test page
for Unicode runic characters.
Alan Yates in Australia has made a JAVA script for
Evert Mouw in the Netherlands has made a PHP script which
translates from latin letters to runes.
Six runic keyboards from BabelStone.
Tangentbord för runor
Törnqvist’s runic keyboards for Keyman Desktop.
J. Webb’s Ecology Blog
Links to runic
keyboards for Windows, Macintosh and Linux.