Witchblade

Season 1 Episode 5

Sacrifice

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Aired Unknown Jul 03, 2001 on TNT

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    • Celtic Runes:

      The runes left at the murder scenes become an important clue to the episode's mystery, and the Irish Celts did write using runes. But the runic alphabet, called ogham, was a series of lines running perpendicular, or slanted, over a transverse line, not a pictoral symbol such as the so-called "Conchobar" rune in this episode. The runes had a standard alphabet of twenty characters that were mostly associated with a type of flora, such as oaks, or heath. There were also a hundred or more secret runes not commonly used. Ogham was primarily used for inscriptions of names on monuments such as standing stones since the Druids didn't write down their teachings, but rather taught them by rote. It's possible that there was a secret rune created for a hero/king such as the legendary Conchobar, but none is now known.

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