Hunnestad

Ásbjôrn and Tumi they placed this stone in memory of Hróir and Leikfrøðr, Gunni Hand's sons.

DR 282
Ásbjôrn placed this stone in memory of Tumi, Gunni Hand's son.
DR 283
The Hunnestad-monument used to consist of eight standing stones : two with runes on them ( those are the ones above.... ), three with pictures only and finally three with no inscriptions at all. The earliest recordings of them are from the 17th century. The monument was destroyed some time early in the 19th century - two of the picture-stones are lost, and so is the lower part of the man with the axe.... The stones are now in Lund, at the Kulturen museum.
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