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Resultado de imagen de simple sca scrolls

This is what the finished scroll looked like, hole in the top is for the kingdom seal, runes around edge are award text and space for signatures at the bottom. Designed and award text translation by Thumper, illumination and calligraphy by Helewyse

'Algiz Rune' - by Jan Fibiger. Jan Fibiger is a Czech artist specializing in Northern European pagan themed art, featuring runic stones, standing stones, Norse knot work, Viking ships, etc.     Check out his other art and order prints here: http://fibacz.deviantart.com/prints/?utm_source=deviantart_medium=userpage_campaign=printstab

'Algiz Rune' - by Jan Fibiger.

Advice from a Norse God: Wisdom from the Hávamál.The Hávamál (Sayings of the High One) is part of the Poetic Edda, a collection of Old Norse poems that survive in a 13th century manuscript. The various verses found in the Hávamál were collected from different sources, and some date back to the 10th century. They are presented as being words of wisdom by Odin, who according to Norse mythology was the Allfather of the gods and ruler of Asgard.

"The Stranger at the Door" by W. "sayings of the high one") is presented as a single poem in the Poetic Edda, a collection of Old Norse poems from the Viking age.

Lilium Aureum (part two): Painting the Scroll

Commence Part Two! The first thing I did was to fill in the rest of the calligraphy. I tend to be pretty confident when it comes to my calligraphy (I have a

Cancellaresca by Arrighi via www.owenwilliams.ca

Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi, MS Royal 12 from BL 01 Text page with a letter of dedication from Geoffrey Chamber to Henry VIII, and a large decorated initial ‘R’(eversurus).

Free Celtic Animal Relief Patterns - by LSIrish @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Free Celtic Animal Relief Patterns - by LSIrish @ LumberJocks.com ~ woodworking community

Knighting scroll from Atenveldt, given just now in grand court, wish I had a scan of the completed scroll, illumination and design by Amber Shepard (Mistress Grainne the Red)

Knighting scroll from Atenveldt, given just now in grand court, wish I had a scan of the completed scroll, illumination and design by Amber Shepard (Mistress Grainne the Red):

Egerton 1067.  Origin 	France, Central (Paris) Date 	c. 1480

Egerton Origin France, Central (Paris) Date c. – Looking For Friendship, Meeting New People or Finding Love

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