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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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N 19 (N19) - Oslo, Mariakirken

inscription; date not specified; not skaldic;

Norway
Location: Oslo, Mariakirken;
Google maps: 59.9035,10.7623

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: N 19 M 
place: Oslo, Mariakirken 
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placement: Oldsaksamlingen (nr. 24286) 
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material/object: gravhäll av täljsten 
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rune text: + stæin : þena ÷ le(t) : auhmuntr skialhe : lækia ÷ ifir : kunu : kuþustotor æn ar(t)iþ henarlykasmeso 
old west norse: Steinn þenna lét Ǫgmundar Skjalgi leggja yfir Gunnu Guðulfsdóttur, en ártið hennar [er] Lúkasmessu. 
original language: Steinn þenna lét Ǫgmundar Skjalgi leggja yfir Gunnu Guðulfsdóttur, en ártið hennar [er] Lúkasmessu. 
english: Ôgmundr the Cross-eyed had this stone laid over Gunna Guðulfr's daughter and her anniversary-of-death is Luke's-mass.  
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