Ráði saR kunni: REMARKS ON THE ROLE OF RUNICITY
Runic inscriptions have often been interpreted both from the internal information they provide or from the intention of the one that produced it. In the present article, the approach would be by reconstructing the stage of runicity, and the role that interpreters of runes provided for a community given the presence of runic inscriptions. The focus will be set on the most public displays of runicity as an interaction that demands a reader and interpreter that translates the runic information from its literary reality, to a population that is imbued in an oral culture.
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