Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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U Fv1933;134 (U Fv1933;134) - Sigtuna amulet

inscription; SRDB period: V 1000-t;

Sweden: Uppland
Location: Sigtuna, ... Uppland - now SHM 19692, Sweden;
Swedish map: X:1608345 Y:6612325
Google maps: 59.6162,17.7204
RAÄ: Sigtuna 195:1

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: U Fv1933;134 $ 
place: Sigtuna, Malmen, kv. Granhäcken 
parish: Sigtuna 
placement: SHM (19692) 
coordinates: 6612325:1608345 
original place?:  
new coords:  
RAÄ number: 195 (stadslager) [objektid=10008001950001] 
rune types:  
cross form:  
period/dating: V 1000-t 
style group:  
material/object: kopparbleck 
other: Tidigare signum: U AST1;172. 
reference:; $=Nordén AST1 s. 171f; $=Moberg 1961 s.51-55 
image link:  
rune text: þur/þurs| × |sarriþu × þursa trutin fliu þu nu=| |=funtin is
af þiʀ þriaʀ þraʀ ulf × ¶ af þiʀ niu noþiʀ ulfr iii ¶ isiʀ þis isiʀ auk is uniʀ ulfr niut lu¶¶fia 
old west norse: Þór/Þurs sárriðu, þursa dróttinn! Fljú þú nú! Fundinn er[tu].
Haf þér þrjár þrár, Ulfr! Haf þér níu nauðir, Ulfr! 〈iii isiR þis isiR auk is uniR〉, Ulfr. Njót lyfja! 
original language: Þor/Þurs sarriðu, þursa drottinn! Fliu þu nu! Fundinn es[tu].
Haf þæR þriaR þraR, UlfR! Haf þæR niu nauðiR, UlfR! 〈iii isiR þis isiR auk is uniR〉, UlfR. Niut lyfia! 
english: §A Boil/Spectre of the wound-fever, lord of the giants! Flee now! You are found. §B Have for yourself three pangs, Wolf! Have for yourself nine needs, Wolf! , Wolf. Make good use of the healing(-charm)!  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
object (PC): plate 
material (PC): metal, copper 
object/material translation (PC): copper plate 


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