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English: AM 28 8vo, known as Codex runicus, a vellum manuscript from c. 1300 containing one of the oldest and best preserved texts of the Scanian law (Skånske lov), written entirely in runes.
Norsk bokmål: AM 28 8vo, kjent som Codex runicus, et manuskript skrevet på pergament fra c. 1300 som inneholder en av de eldste og best bevarte tekster av skånsk lov (Skånske lov), skrevet med runer.
Source Den Arnamagnæanske Samling. Original at:[dead link].
Author Template:Asztalos Gyula


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