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Richard Nielsen, a linguistic expert who has been studying the Kensington Runestone for years, pointed out the different runes to George Gaffaney, a guest at the Runestone Museum's "A Night at the Runestone Musuem" fundraiser on March 20. Echo Press photo by Celeste Beam.

From the Echo Press: More evidence of Runestone's authenticity

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By Celeste Beam

Alexandria Echo Press

As technology advances, so does research on - and evidence against - the Kensington Runestone.

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With each new test, there is more proof that the stone, unearthed in 1898 by Olof Ohman on his farm near Kensington, is authentic and not a hoax.

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