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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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U 1119 (U1119) - Örke

inscription; date not specified; not skaldic;

Sweden: Uppland
Location: Örke, Skuttunge sn, Bälinge hd;
Swedish map: X:1596152 Y:6655500
Google maps: 60.0073,17.5289
RAÄ: Skuttunge 132:1

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: U 1119 
place: Örke 
parish: Skuttunge sn 
district: Bälinge hd 
placement: Det enda bevarade fragmentet numera i Högsta bro, Bälinge sn. 
coordinates: 6655500:1596152 
original place?: nej 
new coords: 6652066.1598851 
RAÄ number: 132 [objektid=10026701320001], 4 (Bälinge sn) [objektid=10021200040001] 
rune types:  
cross form: A9; B1; C8; 0; 0; F1; 0 
style group: Pr4 
inscriber: Gudfast (A), osäker attribution gjord av Brate. 
material/object: fragment av runsten, ljusröd grovkornig granit 
image link:  
rune text: [rana + lit × rita × stin ×] yftiʀ + faþur s[in × uþuahin] 
old west norse: Ragna(?) lét rétta stein eptir fǫður sinn Óþvegin. 
original language: Ragna(?) let retta stæin æftiR faður sinn Oþvagin. 
english: Ragna(?) had the stone erected in memory of her father Óthvegin.  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ): raised by 
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
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