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Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

Some Sami drum symbols

Some Sami drum symbols

Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

Noitarumpujen kuviot Skandinaviassa

A chart showing the runes of the Anglo Saxons.  The script in the logo for this site is an ancient type of writing known as runes used by Germanic tribes including the Anglo Saxons, or early English. The letters are thorn, sun, and wynn. Thorn for the sound of “th,” sun for the sound of “s,” and wynn (which meant joy) for the sound of “w.”

A chart showing the runes of the Anglo Saxons. The script in the logo for this site is an ancient type of writing known as runes used by Germanic tribes including the Anglo Saxons, or early English. The letters are thorn, sun, and wynn. Thorn for the sound of “th,” sun for the sound of “s,” and wynn (which meant joy) for the sound of “w.”

Handpainted Tiles

Handpainted Tiles

Mountains Hand Drawn EDITABLE VECTOR by Nedti  on @creativemarket

Mountains Hand Drawn EDITABLE VECTOR by Nedti on @creativemarket

Viking alphabet

Viking alphabet

Письмо «Еще Пины для вашей доски «орнамент»» — Pinterest — Яндекс.Почта

Письмо «Еще Пины для вашей доски «орнамент»» — Pinterest — Яндекс.Почта

Nsibidi is an ancient system of graphic communication indigenous to the Ejagham peoples of southeastern Nigeria and southwestern Cameroon in the Cross River region. It is also used by neighboring Ibibio, Efik and Igbo peoples. Aesthetically compelling and encoded, nsibidi does not correspond to any one spoken language. It is an ideographic script whose symbols refer to abstract concepts, actions or things and whose use facilitates communication among peoples speaking different languages.

Nsibidi is an ancient system of graphic communication indigenous to the Ejagham peoples of southeastern Nigeria and southwestern Cameroon in the Cross River region. It is also used by neighboring Ibibio, Efik and Igbo peoples. Aesthetically compelling and encoded, nsibidi does not correspond to any one spoken language. It is an ideographic script whose symbols refer to abstract concepts, actions or things and whose use facilitates communication among peoples speaking different languages.

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