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Ög 81 (Ög81) - Högby gamla kyrka

inscription; SRDB period: V s 900-t; Sweden: Östergötland

* þukir * resþi * stin * þansi * eftiʀ * asur * sen * muþur*bruþur * sin * iaʀ * eataþis * austr * i * krikum * * kuþr * karl * kuli * kat * fim * syni * feal * o * furi * frukn * treks * asmutr * aitaþis * asur * austr * i krikum * uarþ * o hulmi * halftan * tribin * kari * uarþ * at uti * auk * tauþr * bui * þurkil * rist * runaʀ *

§A Thorgerðr(?) raised this stone in memory of Ôzurr, her mother's brother. He met his end in the east in Greece. §B The good man Gulli got five sons. The brave valiant man Ásmundr fell at Fœri; Ôzurr met his end in the east in Greece; Halfdan was killed at Holmr (Bornholm?); Kári was (killed) at Oddr(?); §C also dead (is) Búi. Thorkell carved the runes.


Edited as Run Ög 81VI

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