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To celebrate Vikings Live, we have replaced our Roman alphabet with the runic alphabet used by the Vikings, the Scandinavian ‘Younger Futhark’. The ‘Younger Futhark’ has only 16 letters, so we have used some of the runic letters more than once or combined two runes for one Roman letter.

For an excellent introduction to runes, we recommend Martin Findell’s book published by British Museum Press.

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print

  • Object type

  • Museum number

    1998,0202,0.4

  • Description

    Watercolour woodblock print showing national minority figures playing music and dancing; ink and colour on paper. "Long live Chairman Mao".

  • Date

    • 1950-1959
  • Production place

  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 18 centimetres
    • Width: 29.2 centimetres
  • Conservation

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    Treatment date

    2 April 2003

    Treatment proposal

    Mount

    Condition

    Unmounted

    Treatment details

    Mount - Overthrow - R

    Inlay - Slot

    About these records 

  • Subjects

  • Acquisition name

  • Acquisition date

    1994

  • Acquisition notes

    Acquired by Dr. Anne Farrer during a field trip.

  • Department

    Asia

  • Registration number

    1998,0202,0.4

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