Jonas Lau Markussen

Runestone G 135

The carvings of the stone are in the runestone style Pr 4 (c. 1070-1100) pertaining to the Urnes style.

The limestone slab is c. 1,63 m tall and 0,82 m wide.

 

 

Runic inscription

 

The first part of the rune text begins at the head end of the animal. The second part runs left to right in the centre ribbon.

 

Runes

[1] ᚦᛁᚾᛅ ᛬ ᛂᚠᛏᛁᚱ ᛬ ᛅ(ᛁ)— ᛬ — ᛬ [ᚢᛅ]ᚱᚦ ᛬ ᛏᛅᚢᚦᚱ ᛬ ᛅ ᛬ ᚢᛁ(ᛏ)ᛅᚢ ᛬ ᛌᚤᛌᛏᚱᛁᛦ ᛬ [ᛏᚢᛅᛦ] ᛬ …-ᛦ ᛬ ᛒᚱᚤᚦᚱ ᛬ ᚦᚱᛁᛅ ᛬ ᚱᚬᚦᛅᚾᚦᚱ ᛬ ᛅᚢᚴ ᛬ ᚱᚬᚦᚴᚢᛏᚱ ᛬ ᚱᚬᚦᛅᚱ ᛬ ᛅᚢᚴ ᛬ ᚦᚬᚱᛌᛏᛅᛁᚾ ᛬ [2] ᚦᛁᛦ ᛬ ᛁᛦᚢ ᛬ ᚠᛅᚦᚢᚱ᛬ᛒᚱᚤᚦᚱ

 

Transliteration

þina : eftir : a(i)— : — : –rþ : tauþr : a : ui(t)au : systriʀ : [tuaʀ] …-ʀ : bryþr : þria : roþanþr : auk : roþkutr : roþar : auk : þorstain : þiʀ : iʀu : faþur:bryþr

 

Old Norse

Þenna æftiR Æi… … [va]rð dauðr a Vindau/Vindö. SystriR tvaR … brøðr þria. Hroðvaldr(?) ok Hroðgautr, Hroðarr ok Þorstæinn, þæiR eRu faðurbrøðr.

 

English

This (one) in memory of Ei-… (who) died at Vindey/Vindö. Two sisters … three brothers. Hróðvaldr(?) and Hróðgautr, Hróðarr and Thorsteinn, they are the father’s brothers.

 

Notes

The inscription is a continuation of G 134.

 

 

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Sjonhems, Gotland, Sweden (Now Gotlands fornsal, Visby)

G 135

 

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