Tuesday, May 23, 2006



A runestone in Österhaninge, not very long from the ancient grave field in Jordbro. The inscription reads: Ödgunn and Arnggärd had this stone raised after their brother. The stone was found in 1956. It had probably been standing at an old bridge close to a little river. Today it stands next to a horse farm on the old road in Österhaninge. This place was very popular with the vikings and you can see lots of remains in this area.

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