Runestone U 791
May 12, 2022
The carvings of the stone are in the runestone style Pr 4 (c. 1070-1100) pertaining to the Urnes style.
Though the inscription is not signed, it is attributed to the runemaster Livsten for stylistic reasons.
The inscription of the rock face is c. 1,50 m tall and 1,50 m wide.
The rune text begins at the head end of the animal.
ᚠᚱᚤᛋᛏᛂᚿ + ᛚᛁᛏ + ᛆ=ᚱᚴᛆ + ᛋᛏᛂᚿ + ᛦᚠᛏᛁ + ᛂᛋᛏᚢᛚᚠᚱ + ᛋᚢᚿ [+] ᛋᛁᚿ + ᚤᚴ + ᛒᚱᚢ ᚴᛂᚱᛆ
frysten + lit + a=rka + sten + ʀfti + estulfr + sun sin + yk + bru kera
Frøystæinn let haggva stæin æftiR Æistulf, sun sinn, ok bro gærva.
Freysteinn had the stone cut and the bridge made in memory of Eistulfr, his son.
Tibble, Uppland, Sweden