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G 110 (G110) - Tjängvide

inscription; date not specified; not skaldic;

Sweden: Gotland
Location: Tjängvide, Alskogs sn, Garda ting;
Swedish map: X:1671398 Y:6361193
Google maps: 57.3442,18.6526
RAÄ: Alskog 46:1
Links: (image)

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: G 110 $ 
place: Tjängvide 
parish: Alskogs sn 
district: Garda ting 
placement: SHM (4171) 
coordinates: 6361193:1671398 
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RAÄ number: 46 [objektid=10089400460001] 
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material/object: bildsten med runor, kalksten 
reference: $=Snædal 2002:52f 
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rune text: fuþorkhn... ...fuþr-...
... (r)aisti stainin aft iurulf bruþur sin ÷ sikuif(i)r(t)(u)(a)(n)k(i)sifil 
old west norse: 〈fuþork〉 ...
... reisti steinin eptir Hjǫrulf/Jórulf, bróður sinn ... 
original language: 〈fuþork〉 ...
... ræisti stæininn æftiR Hiorulf/Iorulf, broður sinn ... 
english: §A ... §B ... raised the stone in memory of Hjǫrulfr/Jórulfr, his brother ...  
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magic attitude (CO): neutral 
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object/burial information

An the top right corner is an eight legged horse with a rider carrying a sword and a raised vessel (cup?), with the reins in his hands. Between the horse legs is an abstract band. On the left from it stands a woman with a long dress, holding two objects (horn, bowl?). To the left from the woman is a dog, with two fighting figures above: a man with an ace and possible a woman with an unidentifiable object. Above the fighters is a semi-circular structure with a semi-circular opening and vertical parts, which could be a building. Between the building and the rider appears to be some kind of figure on a rectangular mat/slab. Above the rider lies a man with an object in his hand, above him a spear in mid flight(?) and a heavily crooked man. Under the spearhead is a bird (?).
The bottom of the stone has a sailing ship with eight standing armed men.

other readings/interpretations

Nottingham rune dictionary words: broðir - ræisa - sinn - stæinn - æftir


G 110, 1 (j1dpi)
Runic data from Samnordisk runtextdatabas, Uppsala universitet, unless otherwise stated