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Viking Age

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Hann var manna
mestr úníðingr,
er á Englandi
aldri týndi.
 
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Hróðsteinn ok Eilífr,
Áki ok Hákon
reistu þeir sueinar
eptir sinn fǫður
kumbl kenniligt
eptir Kala dauðan.
því mun góðs mans
um getit verða,
meðan steinn lifir
ok stafir rúna.
 
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er a Finnheiði
forðum of væri.
 
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Hann var manna
mestr úníðingr,
var yndr matar
ok úmunr hatrs.
Góðr þegn Guz trú
góða hafði.
 
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... mildan o[rða o]
matar góðan
 
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mildan við sinna
ok matar góðan,
i orðlofi
allra miklu.
 
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vitring...
a vægamoti
 
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vitring þessa
á vægamóti
 
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