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G 306 (G306) - Hangvars k:a

inscription; SRDB period: M 1419; not skaldic;

Sweden: Gotland
Location: Hangvars k:a, Hangvars sn, Forsa ting;
Swedish map: X:1671231 Y:6416401
Google maps: 57.8393,18.6885

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: G 306 M 
place: Hangvars k:a 
parish: Hangvars sn 
district: Forsa ting 
placement: I korgolvet N om triumfbågen. 
coordinates: 6416401:1671231 
original place?:  
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RAÄ number:  
rune types:  
cross form:  
period/dating: M 1419 
style group:  
inscriber:  
material/object: gravhäll, kalksten 
other:  
reference: S 18; Snædal 2002:174f  
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rune text: [× gan]uiþr : o=k * botuiþr* [kaslla * o=k * þair] letu * haga * an stain * o=k * yfr * sin faþur * butair * aitin * guþ * alssualtuhr * hafi * þina * sial * o=k þa uar * l * o... pirimst=efr o=k fir sunutahr * o=k en ha do 
old west norse: Gagnviðr ok Bótviðr [í] Kassla/Kassle ok þeir létu hǫggva einn stein ok yfir sinn fǫður, Bótgeir heitinn. Guð allsvǫldugr hafi þína sál. Ok þá var l o[k](?) prímstafr ok fir sunnudagr ok en hann dó. 
original language: Gagnviðr ok Botviðr [i] Kassla/Kassle ok þæiR let haggva æin stæin ok yfiR sinn faður, BotgæiR hæitin. Guð allsvaldugR hafi þina sial. Ok þa vaR l o[k](?) primstafR ok fir sunnudagR ok en hann do. 
english: Gagnviðr and Bótviðr in Kassla/Kassle, and they had a stone cut over their father, he was called Bótgeirr. May all-powerful God have (= take) their souls. And then L and(?) (was) the prime-stave and Fir (=F-rune?) the Sunday(-stave) when he died.  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
object (PC): grave-slab 
material (PC): stone, limestone 
object/material translation (PC): grave-slab, limestone 

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Runic data from Samnordisk runtextdatabas, Uppsala universitet, unless otherwise stated