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Gripsholms runestone

In the grounds of Gripsholms Slott are a pair of rune stones.
Sö 179: "× tula : lit : raisa : stain : þinsa| |at : sun : sin : haralt : bruþur : inkuars : þaiR furu : trikila : fiari : at : kuli : auk : a:ustarla| |ar:ni : kafu : tuu : sunar:la : a sirk:lan:ti"
"Tola let ræisa stæin þennsa at sun sinn Harald, broður Ingvars. ÞæiR foru drængila fiarri at gulli ok austarla ærni gafu, dou sunnarla a Særklandi"
"Tóla had this stone raised in memory of her son Haraldr, Ingvarr's brother. They travelled valiantly far for gold, and in the east gave (food) to the eagle. (They) died in the south in Serkland."
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Sö 178: "HælgulfR(?) ok ØyulfR þæiR letu ræisa stæina baða at broður sinn Kætilmund ok bro æftiR Somu, moður sina. En Bruni(?) hiogg, broðiR hennaR."
"Hälgulv och Öulv de lät resa båda stenarna efter sin broder Kätillmund och (gjorde) bro efter Soma sin moder. Och Brune (?), hennes broder, högg."
"Hälgulv and Öulv they had this stone raised in memory of their brother Kätillmund and built a bridge in memory of Soma their mother. But Brune carved the runes"
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