Pronunciations in Real Audio of the runes of the Elder FUÞARK: in original proto-germanic with two different versions; click rune stave pictures or names to hear the rune pronounced.
A webring dedicated to sites about runes... their history, myths, and other information.
Still in the early 1900 there were people in Dalarna that could read the runes. This is the alphabet used.
Grammar and vocabulary for the common Scandinavian ancient language. Site is in English and Swedish, with the Swedish section being somewhat more complete.
Information on the proper strokes to carve with images.
Some Thoughts on the Origin of the Fuþark.
Exploration of the history and use of the alphabetic script.
24 original 24-line rune poems in old lore meter, using germanic ("Saxon") English words. Includes rune pictures and runic lore.
Claim that the futhark and the Turkish gokturk alphabet have a common origin.