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Runic Dictionary

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G 309 (G309) - Hangvars k:a

inscription; SRDB period: V senast m 1100-t; not skaldic;

Sweden: Gotland
Location: Hangvars k:a, Hangvars sn, Forsa ting;
Swedish map: X:1671176 Y:6416374
Google maps: 57.8392,18.6878
RAÄ: Hangvar 122:1

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: G 309 
place: Hangvars k:a 
parish: Hangvars sn 
district: Forsa ting 
placement: Gotlands fornsal (C 183) 
coordinates: 6416374:1671176 
original place?:  
new coords:  
RAÄ number: 122:1 [objektid=10093201220001] 
rune types:  
cross form:  
period/dating: V senast m 1100-t 
style group:  
material/object: runsten i bildstensform, kalksten 
reference: S 17; Snædal 2002:82  
image link:  
rune text: leiknar × raist[i × stain × ok × bro × g]ierþi × [-b]tir × leik(u) × faþur × siin × ok × yb[t]ir × linkorm × broþur × siin × ok × ybtir × botu...- × siin ... 
old west norse: Leiknarr reisti stein ok brú gerði [e]ptir Leiku(?). fǫður sinn, ok eptir Lingorm, bróður sinn, ok eptir Bót... sinn ... 
original language: Læiknarr ræisti stæin ok bro gærði [æ]ftiR Læiku(?), faður sinn, ok æftiR Lingorm, broður sinn, ok æftiR Bot... sinn ... 
english: Leiknarr raised the stone and made the bridge in memory of Leiku(?), his father, and in memory of Lingormr, his brother, and in memory of Bót-... , his ...  
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magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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other readings/interpretations

Nottingham rune dictionary words: bro - broðir - faðir - g(i)ær(v)a - ok - ræisa - sinn - stæinn - æftir


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