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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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DR EM85;151B (DR EM85;151B) - Ribe

inscription; SRDB period: V 700-750 (Imer 2007); not skaldic;

Location: Ribe, Ribe, Ribe hd, Nørrejylland;
Google maps: 55.3281,8.76158

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: DR EM85;151B $ 
place: Ribe 
parish: Ribe 
district: Ribe hd, Nørrejylland 
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period/dating: V 700-750 (Imer 2007) 
style group:  
material/object: bit av kranium 
reference: $=N.Å. Nielsen 1983:53ff, Stoklund 1996 
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rune text: ulfuʀ Auk uþin Auk Hutiuʀ ' HiAlb buris ' uiþʀ ¶ þAiMA uiArki Auk tuirkuniG buur 
old west norse: Ulfr ok Óðinn ok Hýdýr ... ... viðr þeima verki ok ... ... 
original language: UlfR ok Oþin ok HydiuR ... ... viþr þæima værki ok ... ... 
english: §P Ulfr and Óðinn and Hydyr ... ... against that pain and ... ... §Q Ulfúrr and Óðinn and Hátyr are help for Burr against these: pain and dwarfstroke. Burr. §R Ulfr and Óðinn and Há-. Help is against that pain. And the dwarf (is) conquered. Bour(r).  
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references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO): charm, spell 
magic attitude (CO): positive 
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