Two other early medieval non-Aramaic specimens have survived. See D. Montserrat, Ancient Egypt: Digging for Dreams; An Exhibition Held at the Croydon Clocktower, 8 October 2000–28 January 2001, and at the Burrell Collection, Glasgow, 16 March–30 September 2001 (London, 2000). Another specimen in Runic script comes from Denmark. M. Stoklund, “The Ribe Cranium Inscription and the Scandinavian Transition to the Younger Reduced ‘Futhark,’” in Tineke Looijenga and Arend Quak, eds. Frisian Runes and Neighbouring Traditions: Proceedings of the First International Sumposium on Firsian Runes at the Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, 26–29 January 1994, (Amsterdam, 1996), pp. 199–209.