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Clone of fuTarkuRnord. HOW TO USE THIS FONT This is an Anglo-Friesian Futhorc. This Futhorc is an extended and revised version of the elder 24-character Futhark. It was developed and used in Frisland (Holland) and Anglo-Saxon England from around year 500. There are different versions of the Futhorc containing between 28 and 33 characters. This version contains 29 characters. Most of the runes in the Futhorc correspond with letters in the Latin alphabet. Those Runes you should write using lowercase keys only. There are no Runes corresponding to numbers. Some Runes are used for more than one Latin letter in this font. The s-rune is used for s and z in this font. The k-rune is use for k and q in this font. The w-rune is used for v and w in this font. These uppercase keys have special Runes connected to them. The A-key will get jou the "ae"-Rune. The E-key will get you the "ea"-Rune. The I-key will get you the "ï"-Rune. The N-key will get you the "ng"-Rune. The T-key will get you the "th"-Rune. This rune also represents the “dt”-sound. The space-key will give you a dot that sometimes was used between words. The point-key will get you a double dot.
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