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N B249 (N B249) - Søndre Gullskoen, Bryggen, Bergen

inscription; c1332; Norway

sæint er þat er suæin fan dynta silfrberh : i : mol d=uærga þat sæg=hir hær meþ harra hæiþmil=lc : i : giof ræiþa ÷ ÷ ha=u sa er la=uh at lǫþe lohryranda dyrum þes uitis biþ ek þriote þægnlæiþum guc ræiþi sigurþr : amunda:son : a mik

[Norska] §A Seint er, det (=sølvberget) som Svein dynta fant, sølvberg, i dvergens grus/krystaller - det sier hæren sammen med kongen - redet ut som gaven til den gavmilde. Måtte den ha som løy til den dyre havets lues/flammes (dvs. gull) forminsker (dvs. kongen) - den straffen ber jeg om for stivnakken som mennene er lei - guds vrede. §B Sigurd Amundson eier meg.

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Edited as Run N B249VI
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