Kleines Schulerloch inscription
- birg : leub : selbrade,
probably meaning "Birg, beloved of Selbrad", next to a drawing of an ibex or stag scratched into the stone (which is, however, of Pleistocene age, far older than the inscription). From the 1950s on, the inscription has been considered a hoax by many scholars. However, the discovery of a parallel inscription in grave 172 of the "Unterer Stollen" cemetery in Bad Krozingen in 2001, reading
- boba : leub | agirike
revived discussions regarding the authenticity of the Kleines Schulerloch inscription. Nevertheless, in 2003, Looijenga concluded that the inscription is an obvious falsification. In 2012, Findell, while accepting the Bad Krozingen inscription as genuine, still considered the Kleines Schulerloch inscription to be suspect.
- A. Bammesberger, G. Waxenberger (eds.), Das fuþark und seine einzelsprachlichen Weiterentwicklungen, Walter de Gruyter (2006), ISBN 978-3-11-019008-3, 137-393.
- Die Eiszeitzeichnung vom kleinen Schulerloch (photo of inscription), archived from the original location
- Inscriptions suspected to be falsifications: Kleines Schulerloch (German), from the Runenprojekt of the University of Kiel, including an extensive list of references
- Looijenga, Tineke (2003). Texts and Contexts of the Oldest Runic Inscriptions. Leiden: BRILL. p. 223. ISBN 90-04-12396-2. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
- Findell, Martin (2012). Phonological Evidence from the Continental Runic Inscriptions. Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter. p. 68. ISBN 978-3-11-028925-1. Retrieved 11 February 2015.