Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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N 319 (N319) - Urnes kirke II

inscription; SRDB period: M s 1100-t;

Norway
Location: Urnes kirke, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway;
Google maps: 61.2981,7.32262

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: N 319 M 
place: Urnes 
parish: Solvorn sn 
district: Sogn og Fjordane fylke 
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period/dating: M s 1100-t 
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material/object: träinskrift 
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rune text: (h)a=(l)(d)i (÷) hin ÷ hæ=lhi ÷ d=roten ÷ ho=n(d) ÷ yuir (÷) brynio=lfs ÷ on÷d ÷ þ=at ÷ se (÷) satt 
old west norse: Haldi hinn helgi dróttinn hǫnd yfir Brynjulfs ǫndu. Þat sé sat. 
original language: Haldi hinn helgi dróttinn hǫnd yfir Brynjulfs ǫndu. Þat sé sat. 
english: May the holy Lord hold (His) hand over Brynjulfr's spirit. May it be true.  
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magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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object (PC): piece 
material (PC): wood 
object/material translation (PC): wooden inscription 

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N 319, 1 (b300dpi)
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