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DR 295 (DR295) - Hällestad 1

inscription; c800-1050; Denmark

: askil : sati : stin : þansi : ift[iʀ] ¶ : tuka : kurms : sun : saʀ : hulan : ¶ trutin : saʀ : flu : aigi : at : ub:¶:salum satu : trikaʀ : iftiʀ : sin : bruþr ¶ stin : o : biarki : stuþan : runum : þiʀ : (k)(u)(r)(m)(s) (:) (t)(u)(k)(a) : kiku : (n)(i)(s)(t)[iʀ]

§A Áskell placed this stone in memory of Tóki Gormr's son, to him a faithful lord. He did not flee at Uppsala. §B Valiant men placed in memory of their brother the stone on the hill, steadied by runes. They §C went closest to Gormr's Tóki.


Edited as Run DR 295VI

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