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Barkarby runestone

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"Åsgöt lät resa stenen...(efter sin) make."
"This runic stone which dates to the 11th century was rediscovered during the middle of the 19th century and used then, broken in two parts, as stone stairs in the village of Egglunda located som 100 meters farther west. Only the lower part of the runic stone is preserved."
Upplands runinskrifter 84


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