Re: [elfscript] Re: Runes?
> If you'd prefer Tolkien's own work: in Treason ofbut the 'runes of pengolodh' belong to a different
> Isengard, there is a
> good piece of work on Runes, and of course, the
> Appendix E of the LotR.
stage of conception?
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> > If you'd prefer Tolkien's own work: in Treason ofYou mean the 'Alphabet of [Pengolod >] Dairon' [sic]? I am not sure
> > Isengard, there is a
> > good piece of work on Runes, and of course, the
> > Appendix E of the LotR.
> but the 'runes of pengolodh' belong to a different
> stage of conception?
what stage this is but it is for sure a good basis and primer for
learning Cirth, if not a prime source together with examples seen in
the LotR (for more info see http://www.forodrim.org/daeron/mdics.html).
- Oh, thanks!
But, another question: what is AFAIK??
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> > I think the questioni s too simple.
> > Is there any attested example in wich Tolkien writes
> > Q(u)enya or Sindarin
> > with Runes?
> according to both my memory (justified by
> http://www.forodrim.org/daeron/mdics.html) there
> > Are there particular rules in this sense?
> I think some details you can find at
> AFAIK it's the only document that discusses each cirth
> mode indepedently
> > PS: I've founded an inscription from P. Jackson's
> > trilogy, on the sword
> > Anduril, in wich Quenya is written with runes.
> I think that the mode of Eregion and later modes were
> used for Quenya as well