The Sigurd carving (Sö 101) on Ramsundsberget in Södermanland is a Viking-era rune mound showing images from the Norse Sigurd saga, about the hero Sigurd who killed the dragon Fafner.
Sigurdsristningen (Sö 101) is a rock carving from the 11th century AD on Ramsundsberget between Jäders- and Sundby parishes, 12 km from Eskilstuna. The carving contains one of the earliest written records of the Old Norse name Sigrid.
The roast reads:
Sigrid made this bridge, mother of Alrik, daughter of Orm, for Holmger's soul, the father of Sigröd, her husband
The inscription, which is carved in Viking Age Swedish runes, reads:
siriþr : kiarþi : bur : þosi : muþiR : alriks : tutiR : urms : fur - salu : hulmkirs : faþur : sukruþar buata : sis
Coordinates: Latitude 59.44149429999999 | Longitude 16.63470989999996
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