Runic inscription (U 308) on a rock at Ekeby, north-west of Skånela Church. The inscription says: "Gunne had these runes carved in memory of himself, while alive. Torgöt carved these runes".
Runristning (U 308) på en berghäll vid Ekeby, nordväst om Skånela kyrka. Ristningen säger: "Gunne lät rista dessa runor efter sig, medan han levde. Torgöt ristade dessa runor".
Parish (socken): Skånela
Province (landskap): Uppland
Municipality (kommun): Sigtuna
County (län): Stockholm
Photograph by: Erik Brate
Format: Glass plate negative
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