BBC Features New Exhibit in Denmark

BBC Features New Exhibit in Denmark

A chance discovery is shedding new light on early Norse history, after two old school-friends, armed only with a metal detector stumbled across a gold treasure trove. More than 20 gold artefacts, weighing almost a kilo, were found buried in a field in the Danish...
Unique rune finds in the Medieval Park

Unique rune finds in the Medieval Park

In one week, archaeologists found two objects with runes in the Medieval Park in Oslo. One is made of bone, and is the first rune bone found in the capital in over forty years. The second is a rune stick with text in both Norse and Latin. Read the Norsk Institute...
Tristan Mueller-Vollmer Defends Dissertation

Tristan Mueller-Vollmer Defends Dissertation

Congratulations to AARS Blog author, Tristan Mueller-Vollmer http://runicstudies.org/tristan-mueller-vollmer/ Tristan successfully defended his important and interesting dissertation, Personal Names on Swedish Viking Age Runestones. The dissertation is now available...