Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Br E3 (Br E3) - Carlisle Cathedral

inscription; SRDB period: M 1100-t; not skaldic;

Britain
Location: Carlisle Cathedral;
Google maps: 54.8941,-2.9356

Samnordisk runtextdatabas:
siglum: Br E3 M 
place: Carlisle Cathedral 
parish:  
district: Cumbria/Cumberland, England 
placement: Carlisle Cathedral 
coordinates: NY 400559 (54.8941438888889 ; -2.93560444444444) 
original place?:  
new coords:  
RAÄ number:  
rune types: kortkvist men ett långkvist-t 
cross form:  
period/dating: M 1100-t 
style group:  
inscriber:  
material/object: vägginskrift 
other:  
reference: Barnes & Page 2006  
image link:  
rune text: tolf(i)n urait þ-sar| |runr a þ-sa stain
ai- 
old west norse: Dólgfinnr vreit þ[e]ssar rúnar á þ[e]ssa stein.
... 
original language: Dólgfinnr vreit þ[e]ssar rúnar á þ[e]ssa stein.
... 
english: §A Dólgfinnr carved these runes on this stone. §B ...  
User-contributed fields:
references to women (MZ):  
magic category (CO):  
magic attitude (CO): neutral 
invocation to (DD):  
object (PC): vägginskrift 
material (PC):  
object/material translation (PC):  

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