Reading runes

What an exceptional task to read runes!
Despite we are quite young to read easily, some of us are able to read runes and find the meaning of letters.
This time Wiktor gave it a try. Look how nicely he managed your task:

Wiktor found two words: RAWEN and WIKING.
We got to know that we use exactly the same word for viking (we call him “wiking” as well).
For raven we use a different word. Would you like to see how we write it in Polish? If so, read your runes and find the letters!

raven_in_Polish

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2 thoughts on “Reading runes

  1. annawah

    So it seems to us that the message says: Kruk. We are not sure but a raven says Krunk in Icelandic.

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