Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Ög 49 (Ög49) - Rogslösa kyrkogård

inscription; date not specified;

Sweden: Östergötland
Location: Rogslösa kyrkogård, Dals hd, Östergötland, Sweden - now lost;
Swedish map: X:1437879 Y:6473782
Google maps: 58.3828,14.7434
RAÄ: Rogslösa 36:1

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: Ög 49 $M 
place: Rogslösa kyrkogård 
parish: Rogslösa sn 
district: Dals hd 
placement: Ett återfunnet fragment förvaras i tornkammaren. 
coordinates: 6473782:1437879 
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RAÄ number: 36:1(7) [objektid=10048000360001] 
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material/object: gravhäll, grå kalksten 
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reference: $=ATA Dnr 6266/59 
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rune text: [+ ges : krist : þn ¶ alt ma :] siali : (æ)(s)(u) [sial] ¶ i þn nistiaa : i ste(n)n lik a ka  
old west norse: "Jésús "Kristr, sá alt má, sæli(?) "Ásu sál. Í <þn> , í stein lík á ganga.  
original language: "Iesus "Kristr, þenn allt ma, siæli(?) "Æsu sial. I <þn> , i stæin lik a ganga.  
english: Jesus Christ, who is capable of all, may bless Ása's soul. In , into the stone the corpse have to go.  
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magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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Ög 49, 1 (h200dpi)
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