Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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G 207 (G207) - Stenkumla kyrka

inscription; SRDB period: V ca 1100;

Sweden: Gotland
Location: Stenkumla kyrka, Stenkumla ting, Gotland, Sweden;
Swedish map: X:1647469 Y:6382948
Google maps: 57.5477,18.2686
RAÄ: Stenkumla 200:2

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: G 207 
place: Stenkumla k:a 
parish: Stenkumla sn 
district: Stenkumla ting 
placement: I tornrummet, bakom orgeln. 
coordinates: 6382948:1647469 
original place?:  
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RAÄ number: 200:2 [objektid=10096502000002] 
rune types:  
cross form:  
period/dating: V ca 1100 
style group:
inscriber: Samma ristare som gjort G 208. 
material/object: fragment av runsten med bildstensform, kalksten 
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rune text: butmuntr : auk : butraifʀ : auk : kunu[ar : þaiʀ : raistu : stain ...arþi : karþ] : auk : sunarla : sat : miþ : skinum : auk : han : entaþis : at : ulfshala : þa : [han : hil(k)(i)...] 
old west norse: Bótmundr ok Bótreifr ok Gunnvarr þeir reistu stein ... garð ok sunnarla sat með skinnum. Ok hann endaðisk at Ulfshala/Ulvshale ... ... ... 
original language: Botmundr ok BotræifR ok Gunnvarr þæiR ræistu stæin ... garð ok sunnarla sat með skinnum. Ok hann ændaðis at Ulfshala/Ulvshale ... ... ... 
english: Bótmundr and Bótreifr and Gunnvarr, they raised the stone ... farm and sat in the south with the skins (= traded fur). And he met his end at Ulfshala/Ulvshale ...  
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magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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G 207, 1 (b200dpi) G 207, 1 (e2dpi) G 207, 1 (e3dpi) G 207, 1 (e1dpi) G 207, 1 (e4dpi)
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