Fámjin stone

The Fámjin stone (Faroese: Fámjinssteinurin) is a runestone located in the church of Fámjin on the Faroe Islands. The stone bears both Latin and Runic letters. The stone is dated to the time after the Faroese reformation in 1538, and proves that runes were used up to as late as the 16th century.[1][2] It is the youngest of the Faroese runestones. [3]

The Fámjin stone is located in the Church of Fámjin.

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  1. ^ Suðurøy Archived 2008-05-18 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Fámjin
  3. ^ "Runes in History - The Faroese Stones". Runes 101. Retrieved August 1, 2018.

Coordinates: 61°31′33″N 6°52′49″W / 61.52583°N 6.88028°W / 61.52583; -6.88028