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Viking Runic stone Lund Sweden - Historiska

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 .

Leif Eriksson's exploration of North America will be commemorated this year, by the Viking Trail Tourist Association (VTTA) in Newfoundland,...

Leif Eriksson's exploration of North America will be commemorated this year, by the Viking Trail Tourist Association (VTTA) in Newfoundland,.

A runestone at Yttergärde / Sweden. Many inscriptions on these stones refer to the war between the Scandinavians, and the -"engolish"- Anglo Saxons, and the time of the Danegeld, when the north of England was de-facto run by the pagan Vikings!

A runestone at Yttergärde / Sweden. Many inscriptions on these stones refer to the war between the Scandinavians, and the -"engolish"- Anglo Saxons, and the time of the Danegeld, when the north of England was de-facto run by the pagan Vikings!

Vik    Kjallakr(?)/Kjullakr(?) had the stone raised in memory of his son Ingifastr; and Ingvarr also(?) in memory of his brother. And Œpir carved the runes.      A beautiful rune stone, signed by Œpir....

) had the stone raised in memory of his son Ingifastr; and Ingvarr also(?) in memory of his brother. And Œpir carved the runes. A beautiful rune stone, signed by Œpir.

✯ Rune Stones: Fraujo .. By ~Fibacz✯

Fraujo (Freyja) Western position in rune circle High cca 1 meter Rune Stones: Fraujo

G_134,_Sjonhem.JPG (1917×3011) Scandanavia 11thC Varangian Guard

Varangian runestones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sweden, Island of Gotland, Visby. Detail from Viking carved rune stones in the Historical Museum of Gotland

Sweden, Island of Gotland, Visby. Detail from Viking carved rune stones in the Picture stone gallery of the Historical Museum of Gotland

Rune Stone  8th Century CE. Sparlosa, Sweden

The stone is metres tall and it is dated to about 800 AD. 'Runemaster(s)': Alrik and/or Gisli.

Rune Stone, 11th Century CE. Sanby, Sweden. http://www.odinsvolk.ca/runes.htm

Rune Stone, 11th Century CE. Sanby, Sweden. http://www.odinsvolk.ca/runes.htm