at the gate to Sjörup's church. In the early 19th century, it was used as a building material to a bridge, it was then blown up in six parts. In the 1990s, it was put back together.

August 20, 2021
A narrow gravel road leads to Sjörup's old church. At the gate stands a runestone. The runestone has been known since the 17th century when it depicted and stood on a smaller mound. At the beginning of the 19th century, it was used as a building material for a bridge over the Skivarpsån river, and which was then blasted into six parts. In the 1990s, four of the pieces were picked out, the two ones that could not be removed were reconstructed and all put together into the stone that now stands outside Sjörup's church.

Saxi put this stone after Asbjörn's friend, Toke's son. He did not flee near Uppsala but fought as long as he had weapons.

A battle took place at Uppsala at the end of the 10th century, the battle of Fyrisvallarna. The battle is said to have been between the king of Sweden Erik and his nephew Styrbjörn strong. May be the text refers to it.

We want to look into the church, on its description on the church's website it says that it is open. But we do not get the door open. Do not dare to use too much force, so we drive on. Drive to Abbekås and have lunch at Bongska huset in the harbor. In the harbor is statue of a geese "Abbekåsagåsen Joakim" which is sung by Edvard Persson.

GPS: WGS84 decimal (lat, lon) 55.441239, 13.635441