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Sebystenen

A cache by Karl potter adopted by Malaren Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/18/2005
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Sebystenen Ölands högsta runsten står i byn Seby I Segerstad socken. Den är tre meter hög och har en kort inskription: ”Ingjald och Näf och Sven reste stenen efter Rodmar sin fader.” Namnet Näf hade en särskild betydelse enligt texten på en tavla, uppsatt av riksantikvarieämbetet. Vad betydde det? Några meter söder om stenen står en informationstavla uppsatt av föreningen Fågelvägen med mycket information om Segerstad socken.

Gömman är en liten plastask som innehåller loggbok, penna och några bytesvaror.

The Seby stone Oeland´s highest runestone stands in the village of Seby in the parish of Segerstad. It is three meters high and has short inscripition:” Ingjald and Näf and Sven put up this stone after Rodmar their father.” The name Näf had special meaning according to the text on a small board placed here by the antiqarian authority. What did it mean?

The cache is a small plastic box containing a logbook, a pencil and some trading items.

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