Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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DR 229 (DR229) - Sandby 3

inscription; c1050-1150;

Denmark
Location: Sandby kirke 3, Sandby sn, Tybjerg hd., Præstø a., Sjælland, - now in Nationalmuseet runehal, Denmark;
Google maps: 55.379,11.7399

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: DR 229 $ 
place: Sandby 3 
parish: Sandby sn 
district: Tybjerg hd, Sjælland 
placement: Nationalmuseet 
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original place?:  
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cross form:  
period/dating: V 1050-1150 
style group: RAK 
inscriber:  
material/object: runsten, granit 
other: Svenskt inflytande. 
reference: $=RunLab.  
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rune text: sylfa : rest... ... ...i : sbalklusu : eyfti : susur : faþur ... ...(r)þi : bru : þisi : iki : ¶ þurils : brþur : sin :
i mun * san... ¶ ...if * uitrik * susi * eʀ * uan * sil... 
old west norse: Sylfa reist[i] ... ... Spalkleysu eptir Sǫssur, fǫður [ok] [ge]rði brú þessa eptir Þorgísl, bróður sinn.
Æ mun ... ... vitring þessi, er vann Syl[fa]/sjal[fr]. 
original language: Sylfa rest[i] ... ... Spalkløsu æftiR Susur, faþur [ok] [gæ]rþi bro þæssi æftiR Þorgisl, broþur sin.
E mun ... ... witring susi, æR wan Syl[fa]/sial[fR]. 
english: §A Sylfa raised ... ... Spalkløsa in memory of Sǫssurr, (his) father [and] made this bridge in memory of Thorgisl, his brother. §B Ever will ... ... this memento, which Sylfa/himself produced.  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
object (PC): runestone 
material (PC): stone, granite 
object/material translation (PC): runestone, granite 

images

DR 229, 1 (d1dpi) DR 229, 1 (h50dpi) DR 229, 1 (y2dpi) DR 229, 1 (y1dpi)
DR 229, 2 (h50dpi)
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