|This sketch of the ornamentation
the runestone will be adjusted and corrected in detail when it's being
painted and carved on the stone.
The ornamentation consists of a big rune carrying dragon that is carefully tied together by a smaller snake.
The binding is very important and the bodies should always go one time over, one time under, over, under a.s.o. for the rune animals to be tied properly into the stone. There's one exception in this ornamentation where the snake goes trough the dragon neck. This is a common solution and I have done this to be able to put the snakes tail in the center, under the dragons nozzle.
The great grouse in the ornamentations upper part is a symbol for "Haninge". The great grouse can be seen on older runestones, but only in Haninge.
key, that the bird is standing on, is suppose to be a symbol for
the home. In this case for tenant-owners' society, Runstenen (the
A suggestion of carving in a hedgehog
that is so common in the area.
Uppdaterad 14 september, 2006 av Kalle Runristare All rights reserved, ©