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Öl 37 (Öl37) - Lerkaka

inscription; date not specified; Sweden: Öland

olafʀ × auk × kamal × auk × sagsi × raistu + stain × þina × aftiʀ × [un × faþur × sin × kai](ʀ)ui lit × at × bonta × sin × hiarsu[k] kubl þsi fiaʀun olafʀ hefnt[i at miomu ati un hiar hal](f)an by

§P Ólafr and Gamall and Saxi raised this stone in memory of Unn, their father. Geirvé had these monuments (raised) here in memory of her husbandsman. Ólafr avenged Féar-Unn (Rich-Unn) at Mon(?). Unn owned here half the village. §Q Ólafr and Gamall and Saxi raised this stone in memory of Unn, their father. Geirvé had these monuments (raised) here in memory of her husbandsman. Ólafr avenged Féar-Unn (Rich-Unn) in the middle of the heath(?). Unn owned here half the village.

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