Recreating the lost rune stone was an exciting project,
a detective work that took me crisscrossing among rune carvers and
researchers under 1000 years.
1635 the rune stone was documented
by John H. Rhezelius. In that time the stone was
lay next to the river. About ten years later, the rune stone was
missing (probably broken). In a nearby house wall a
piece was found but later that also disappeared.
2003 Lars Conon took the initiative to re-create
the rune stone and received voluntary support from Roslagens ancient
relics and Local History Society and the Association Seven hundred
2004, on June 6 at Sweden's National Day
was inaugurated the new rune stone on its original site, next to the
river in central Norrtälje.