The Drävle Runestone (U 1163)
The Drävle Runestone was found in Drävle, but in 1878 it was moved to the courtyard of the nearby manor house, Göksbo.
The stone depicts Sigurd thrusting his sword through the serpent, and the dwarf Andvari, and the Valkyrie Sigrdrífa giving Sigurd a drinking horn. There is also a stylised Christian cross.
Latin alphabet transliteration :
uiþbiurn × ok : karlunkr : ok × erinker : ok × nas(i) × litu × risa × stii × þina × eftir × eriibiun × f[aþu]r × sii × snelan
Old Norse transcription:
Viðbiorn ok Karlungʀ ok Æringæiʀʀ/Æringærðr ok Nasi/Næsi letu ræisa stæin þenna æftiʀ Ærinbiorn, faður sinn sniallan.
Viðbjôrn and Karlungr and Eringeirr/Eringerðr and Nasi/Nesi had this stone raised in memory of Erinbjôrn, their able father.