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Joseph Rayner Stephens
English archeologist and philologist, who worked in Scandinavia, especially on interpreting runic inscriptions; professor at Copenhagen between 1855 and 1893; brother to |
- Conversational outlines of English grammar: intended as an easy introduction to that language... (1837)
- Förteckning öfver de förnämsta brittiska och fransyska handskrifterna uti Kongl. bibliotheket i Stockholm (1847)
- Revenge, or Woman's Love: a melodrama in five acts (1857) (Eric the Victorious is one of the protagonists)
- The rescue of Robert Burns, February 1759 (1859)
- Two Leaves of King Waldere's Lay (1860)
- The Old-Northern runic monuments of Scandinavia and England, 4 volumes (1866–1901)
- Old Norse fairy tales (1882)
- Prof. S. Bugge's Studies on northern mythology shortly examined (1883) (External scan)
- The runes: whence came they (1894) (External scan)
Works about Stephens
- “Stephens, George (1813-1895),” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.
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