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The Jelling Rune Stone
Denmark

Next to Jelling Church you find two rune stone raise by the viking kings Gorm the Old and Harald Bluetooth (yes the one who gave the name to the Blutooth connection - the buetooth symbol is actually the rune letters H and B). The small one is raised by Gorm to remember his queen Thyra. The big one is raised by Harald to remember his father Gorm.

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Tags: gorm; thyra; harald bluetooth; vikings; denmark; jelling; history
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