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Fällbro runestones

Part of the Runriket.
"The two runic rock carvings south of the creek show that todays road coincides largely with the ancient route, which during the Iron Age ran to the west of the Vallentuna lake. At that time, the road went between these two runic carvings.
100 metres northwards on the eastern side of the road, there is a runic stone which, like the two runic rocks, tells about the bridge-builders of the Viking Age. The watercourse which then crossed the route was considerably larger than the brook which we see today."
Upplands 142: "Ingefast lät resa stenen och göra bron efter Jarlabanke sin fader och Joruns son, och Kettilö lät resa stenen efter sin man. Öpir ristade."
Upplands 146: "Ingeborg lät hugga hällen och göra bron efter Holmsten, sin man, och efter Torsten, sin son"
Upplands 145: "Torkel och Fulluge läto hugga denna häll och göra bron efter Sten, sin fader. Olev högg."


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