The Runic Unicode block is a range of code points in the Unicode standard that represents the characters used in the various runic alphabets of Europe. The runic alphabets, also known as futharks, were used to write a number of Germanic languages in the Early Middle Ages. The runic alphabets consist of 24 letters and are believed to have been developed from the Etruscan and Latin alphabets. The Runic Unicode block includes all of the letters of the various runic alphabets, as well as additional characters used to represent the sounds of other languages that have been written in these alphabets. The Runic Unicode block is part of the Unicode standard, which is a standardized character encoding system that allows computers to store and display text in a wide variety of scripts and languages.
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