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File:Altuna U1161 20050205.jpg

Description Upplands runinskrifter 1161, Altunastenen.

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This is a picture of an archaeological site or a monument in Sweden, number Altuna 42:1 in the RAÄ Fornsök database.

Source Originally from sv.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 6 februari 2005 kl.13.19 [[:sv:User:OlofE|OlofE]] 2048x3072 (926 241 bytes) (Upplands runinskrifter 1161, Altunastenen. Foto Olof Ekström 2005. {{GFDL}})
Author Foto Olof Ekström 2005. User OlofE on sv.wikipedia
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