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N 148 (N148) - Atrå kirke

inscription; SRDB period: M ca 1180; not skaldic;

Norway
Location: Atrå kirke, Atrå sn, Telemark fylke;
Google maps: 59.9884,8.73198

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: N 148 M 
place: Atrå kirke 
parish: Atrå sn 
district: Telemark fylke 
placement: Oldsaksamlingen (nr. 1038) 
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period/dating: M ca 1180 
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material/object: träinskrift 
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rune text: ra=n=na=r : biskop : uigþi : kir:kiu : þessa : þa : fygþi : honom : fylgþi : þa : þorþr : ka=palæin ¶ ok : æina=r : na=fr : o=k þro=ntr : mo=kr : ok : þorstæin : ra=uþi : ok þo=nt=r : kin : o=k han : ræist : runa=r : þesar 
old west norse: Ragnarr biskup vígði kirkju þessa. Þá fýlgði honum, fylgði þá Þórðr kapaleinn ok Einarr Nafarr ok Þróndr munkr ok Þorsteinn Rauði ok Þróndr Kinn, ok hann reist rúnar þessar. 
original language: Ragnarr biskup vígði kirkju þessa. Þá fýlgði honum, fylgði þá Þórðr kapaleinn ok Einarr Nafarr ok Þróndr munkr ok Þorsteinn Rauði ok Þróndr Kinn, ok hann reist rúnar þessar. 
english: Bishop Ragnarr dedicated this church. He was then assisted, then assisted by Thórðr the Chaplain and Einarr Nave-borer/Auger and Thróndr the monk and Thorsteinn Red and Thróndr Chin, and he carved these runes.  
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magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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object (PC): piece 
material (PC): wood 
object/material translation (PC): wooden inscription 

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