Ulf and Ragnar, they raised this stone in memory of Fari, their father … Christian man. He had good belief in God.

…This is what the runic inscription says on the southern runestone at Källby Hallar. The second, northern, runestone at Källby bears a runic description and a large male figure carved on one side – perhaps this is the Norse god Thor? Both runestones date from the Viking era, but one is pagan while the other is Christian.

The stone with the Christian inscription was moved here in the 17th century. In addition to the two runestones there is a grave field containing three burial mounds and four stone settings.

NOTE! Keep in mind that Källby Hallar is on private property – please show consideration!

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