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Runic inscription near Yarmouth, Nova Scotia [Phillips, Henry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Runic inscription near Yarmouth, Nova ScotiaAuthor: Henry Phillips. Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table of Contents. Title Page; Contents to This Book; Introduction to This Book. About this Item: Town of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Soft Cover. Condition: Good +. No Jacket. 48 page booklet celebrating the th Anniversary of Yarmouth County (probably around ). Lots of B&W photos and advertising. Blue wraps stapled. Yarmouth Guest Book Volume # - Jan1-Mar31 Date: 1/2/ Name: Anne BT Location: Rockville and N H Location: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia E-Mail: [email protected] In the 's/Yarmouth County Museum has one Runic Stone with Carved Letters,but was wondering if it could be a Templar.
Buy Runic inscription near Yarmouth, Nova Scotia by Phillips, Henry (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Henry Phillips. The whole family was clearly fascinated by this kind of stuff, as the book includes a 'Story of a supposed runic inscription found at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia', by Ellen's brother Henry, and it was on Henry's suggestion that Mr Samuel chose a statue of Thorfinn to be the first in the series. The book contains all kinds of gems, including. Thank you for the information about and pictures showing a new (for me) find of a runic inscription in Nova Scotia. I was immediately able to identify the inscription as a modified copy of one of the absolutely best known runic inscriptions in Sweden, the Ramsund rock inscription from the Swedish province of Södermanland. Just a small drive up Main Street Yarmouth Nova Scotia during the day. If you enjoy my videos please subscribe:
Appears in books from More Page 28 - That one hundred Acres of Land be granted to every Person being Master or Mistress of a Family, for himself or herself, and fifty Acres for every white or black Man, Woman or Child, of which such Person's Family . If we are to take you at your word, your Kensington Rune Stone findings only put the inscription at least years old, not definitively years old. You then claimed the inscription was years old because of the date carved on the rock. That is not science. That is not proof of anything. Delete. Phillips, Henry Jr., , On a supposed Runic Inscription at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. American Philosophical Society, Proceedings – Google Scholar. The Yarmouth Runic Stone, also known as the Fletcher Stone, is a slab of quartzite that first came to the attention of the public in the early 19th century. The stone appears to have an inscription carved into it, which some investigators, notably Henry Phillips, Jr., have interpreted as Norse has led to speculation that the Yarmouth, Nova Scotia area, in Canada, was visited by.