This is the Rök Runestone in Östergötland, Sweden. The runes used are the short-twig runes written in an Old Norse dialect, as well as kennings and cipher runes, and is covered by runes on all 5 sides.
The Tune stone is an important runestone from about CE. It bears runes of the Elder Futhark in Proto-Norse. It was discovered in 1627 in the church yard wall in Tune, Østfold, Norway. Today it is housed in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.
Rune stone (without runes = picture stone) DR 284 from the Hunnestad monument currently at display in Kulturen, Lund, Sweden (September It is believed that the depicted creatures are the giant Hyrrokkin riding on her wolf.
The Kensington Rune Stone was discovered in 1898 by a Minnesota farmer who unearthed the stone while felling a tree. On it is inscribed the description of pre-Columbian people's arrival to American lands.