inscription; c800-1050; Denmark
[+ sa]ksi : sati : st[in] : þasi : huftiʀ : o[s]biurn : (s)in : fil(a)go ' ¶ (t)u-a[s : sun :] ¶ saʀ : flu : aki : a[t :] ub:sal(u)m : an : ua : maþ : an : u¶abn : a(f)þi '
Saxi placed this stone in memory of Ásbjǫrn Tófi's/Tóki's son, his partner. He did not flee at Uppsala, but slaughtered as long as he had a weapon.
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