DR 212 (DR212) - Tillitse
Location: Tillitse kirkegård, Sønder hd., Maribo a., Lolland-Falster, Denmark;
Google maps: 54.766,11.1575
||DR 212 |
||Tillitse sn |
||Lollands Sønder hd, Lolland-Falster |
||A1; B3; 0; D1; 0; F3; 0 |
||V 1050-1150 |
||runsten, granit |
||Svenskt inflytande. |
||eskil : sulka : sun : let : res(a) ¶ sten : þena : eft : sialfan ¶ sik * e mun * stanta * meþ * sten ¶ lifiʀ * uitrint * su * iaʀ * uan * eskil|
kristr * hialbi * siol * hans ¶ aok * santa * migael
toki * risti * runaʀ * e(f)(t)(i)(ʀ) (*) -(o)ru * ¶ stiubmoþur * sina * kunu * koþa
|old west norse:
||Áskell Súlka sonr lét reisa stein þenna ept sjalfan sik. Æ mun standa, með steinn lifir, vitrind sú, er vann Áskell.|
Kristr hjalpi sál hans ok sankta Mikjáll.
Tóki risti rúnar eptir [Þ]óru, stjúpmóður sína, konu góða.
||Æskel Sulka sun let resa sten þænna æft sialfan sik. E mun standa, mæþ sten lifiR, witrind su, æR wan Æskel.|
Kristr hialpi siol hans ok santa Mikael.
Toki risti runaR æftiR [Þ]oru, stiupmoþur sina, kunu goþa.
||§A Áskell, Súlki's son, had this stone raised in memory of himself. Ever will stand, while the stone lives, this memento, which Áskell produced. §B May Christ and Saint Michael help his soul. §C Tóki carvedthe runes in memory of Thóra, his stepmother, a good wife. |
|references to women (MZ):
|magic category (CO):
|magic attitude (CO):
|invocation to (DD):
||Christ and St. Michael |
||stone, granite |
|object/material translation (PC):
||runestone, granite ||
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