1945 A runestone in Ledberg, Östergötland. The stone has mythological images, possibly from the Ragnarök myth, with the Fenris wolf devouring Odin. The inscription, on three sides, says, "Bise placed this stone in memory of Torgöt... his father, [Bise] and Gunna, both [raised the stone]. Thistle, mistletoe, casket."
A rock with a runic inscription in Granby, Orkesta. It reads, "Häming and Själve and Johan they have cut [the stone] in memory of their father Finnvid and Vargas and Ragnfrid and their mother, and in memory of Ingegärd and in memory of Kalv and Gärdar and.... He alone owned all at first. These were their kinsmen. May God help their spirits. Visäte carved these runes." IMAGE: SWEDISH NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD
1929 Elias Wessén and Harald Faith-Ell apply paint to the runes of a stone at Kungshållet. The stone reads, "Alrik, Sigrid's son, raised the stone in memory of his father Spjut, who had been in the west, broken down and fought in townships. He knew all the journey's fortresses." IMAGE: SWEDISH NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD