The Rune Site
A linguistic website for transliteration to runes.
Different variations of the futhark were used during different times and in different regions.
Eight different futharks are described on this website so far.
Proto-Norse futhark (early period: 150-450)
Proto-Norse futhark (middle period: 450-600)
Proto-Norse futhark (late period: 600-750)
Anglo-Saxon and Frisian futhark (400-1050)
Norse futhark, long-branch (early period: 750-1000)
Norse futhark, long-branch (late period: 1000-1100)
Norse futhark, short-twig (750-1000)
Norse futhark, stavesyle short-twig (750-1000)
Write something using the alphabet here:
Runic futhark transliteration in unicode will appear here:
Missing futharks are: Gothic early, Carolingian, Norse stavesyle long branch, Norse medieval early, Norse medieval late, Dalecarlian early, Dalecarlian late.
Website by: Martin Wiss, 2016