inscription; c1050-1100; Denmark
runaʀ ÷ iag ÷ risti ÷ a ÷ rikiata ÷ tre sua reþ ÷ saʀ ÷ riki ÷ mo(g)ʀ ÷ asiʀ ÷ a ÷ artagum hulaʀ ÷ auk ÷ bulaʀ ÷ meli ÷ þeʀ ars ÷ sum ÷ magi
§A I carved runes on (the) driving(?) tree / driftwood / mocking-stick. Thus §B interpreted the powerful boy: Æsir in days of yore! §C Hurlys and burlys : may they speak for you, (saying) §D (your) arse is as (your) stomach (ie full to bursting). §CD (Let both stomach and arse speak the hurly-burlys (ie uproar) to you)
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