Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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N 102 (N102) - Hønen

inscription; date not specified;

Norway
Location: Hønen, Buskerud, Norway - now lost;
Google maps: 60.1351,10.2782

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siglum: N 102 † 
place: Hønen 
parish: Norderhov sn 
district: Buskerud fylke 
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rune text: [ut uk ' uit ' uk ' þurba ' þiru u(k) as ' uin'ka(l)(t)o| |o ' isa ' i ubukþ aþ k(u)(a)mu auþ ma ilt ' uika| ' |at| |taui ' ar] 
old west norse: Út ok vítt, ok þurfa þerru ok áts, vindkalda á ísa, í óbygð at kómu. Auð má illt vega, at deyji ár. 
original language: Út ok vítt, ok þurfa þerru ok áts, vindkalda á ísa, í óbygð at kómu. Auð má illt vega, at deyji ár. 
english: Abroad and afar and in need of dry clothes and food, they came in to the wilderness; up on the cold, wind-swept ice. Evil - whereby one may die early - can take away riches.  
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N 102, 1 (t150dpi)
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