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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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DR 190 (DR190) - Helnæs

inscription; SRDB period: V Helnæs-Gørlev, ca 750-900; not skaldic;

Location: Helnæs, Helnæs sn, Båg hd, Fyn;
Google maps: 55.1492,10.0141
Fund og Fortidsminder: 080207-22

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: DR 190 
place: Helnæs 
parish: Helnæs sn 
district: Båg hd, Fyn 
placement: Nationalmuseet (20017) 
original place?:  
new coords:  
RAÄ number: 080207-22 [systemnr=130151] 
rune types: Helnæs-Gørlev 
cross form:  
period/dating: V Helnæs-Gørlev, ca 750-900 
style group: RAK 
inscriber: Åver 
material/object: runsten, granit 
image link:  
rune text: rHuulfʀ sati stain nuʀa ¶ kuþi aft kuþuMut bruþur¶sunu sin truknaþu --... ¶ ouaiʀ faþi 
old west norse: Hróðulfr setti stein, nœra goði, ept Guðmund, bróðurson sinn. Druknaðu ... Ávarr fáði. 
original language: RoulfR satti sten, nøRa goþi, æft Guþmund, broþursun sin. Druknaþu ... AweR faþi. 
english: Hróðulfr, priest of the Nes-dwellers, placed the stone in memory of Guðmundr, his nephew. They drowned ... Ávarr coloured.  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
object (PC): runestone 
material (PC): stone, granite 
object/material translation (PC): runestone, granite 


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