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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Vs 24 (Vs24) - Hassmyra

inscription; date not specified; Sweden: Västmanland

buonti × kuþr × hulmkoetr × lit × resa × ufteʀ × oþintisu × kunu × seno × kumbr × hifrya × til × hasuimura × iki betr × þon × byi raþr roþbalir × risti × runi × þisa × sikmuntaʀ × uaʀ ... sestʀ × kuþ

The good husbandman Holmgautr had (the stone) raised in memory of Óðindísa, his wife. There will come to Hǫsumýrar no better housewife, who arranges the estate. Red-Balli carved these runes. Óðindísa was a good sister to Sigmundr.


Edited as Run Vs 24VI

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