The study of texts and of written records, the study of their age and their original form *Runes (roons)
Any of the letters or characters of an alphabet (in varying forms) used by the ancient Teutonic peoples, esp., the Scandinavians; hence, something written or inscribed in such characters. *Epithet (ep-a-thet)
A word applied to describe anything or anyone for example, “Richard the Lion-Hearted” is an epithet of Richard I. * Indo-European
A large variety of languages including the ancient languages of Italic, Slavic, Baltic, Hellenic, Celtic, Germanic, and Indo-Iranian, spoken by about half the world's population: English, Spanish, German, Latin, Greek, Russian, Albanian, Lithuanian, Armenian, Persian, Hindi, and Hittite are all Indo-European languages. * Old English
Also called Anglo-Saxon. the English language of a.d. c450–c1150. * Norse
Ancient Scandinavian language
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French is spoken by about 50 million people in France and about 65 million people worldwide. French is the sole official language of France. It is also spoken in Monaco, Switzerland, Belgium, Quebec, Haiti, and various nations around the world that were once part of the French empire. French is originated from Italic developing into Latin.
Spanish is the official language of spain and is spoken by roughly 28 million residents. Spanish is spoken more in foreigner countries that are colonies of Spain, such as New World, and in the Philippines. Worldwide, Spanish is the second most-spoken language after English, with a total of about 322 million speakers worldwide. Spanish is also common in the United States, although it has no official status there outside of a few communities in the southwestern U.S.A. Spanish is originated from Italic developing into Latin.
Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian are similar and sometimes...