What kind of script is this 'graffiti', carved in Hagia Sophia in Constantinople around 9th century?

Persian
Early Arabic
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Viking runes
Con­stantino­ple, called Mik­la­gard by Vikings, hosted thou­sands of Vikings and An­glo-Sax­on­s, who served as mer­ce­nar­ies of the Varangian Guard. They were famed for their bat­tle­field skills and fierce, loyalty and drink­ing. They often fought for the Byzan­tine Empire, in­clud­ing fights with Arabs.

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flagAustria
4%
21%
8%
65%
23
flagUkraine
12%
12%
0%
62%
16
flagthe United Kingdom
17%
12%
14%
56%
249
flagSpain
4%
21%
13%
56%
23
flagPoland
18%
17%
16%
46%
8540
flagUnknown
15%
19%
19%
45%
57
flagCanada
24%
16%
16%
44%
25
flagGermany
15%
15%
24%
42%
144
flagthe Netherlands
24%
15%
18%
42%
33
flagTurkey
15%
19%
7%
42%
26
flagNorway
9%
22%
27%
40%
22
flagSweden
13%
33%
13%
40%
15
flagItaly
26%
10%
26%
36%
19
flagBelgium
11%
17%
29%
35%
17
flagthe United States
20%
23%
20%
33%
256
flagFrance
17%
10%
35%
32%
28
flagRepublic of Ireland
31%
13%
27%
27%
29
flagIndia
20%
16%
37%
25%
24

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men49%
women43%
Persian
15%
19%
Early Arabic
16%
19%
Armenian
18%
17%
Viking runes
49%
43%

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