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Broby bro runestones

This first looks a lot like other rocks in the ground in this area, but I stopped to take a closer look because of the little information board by it - even standing next to it it wasn't obvious it was actually a carved stone.
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U163 "Gamall and Sveinn and Farulfr had the rock-slab carved in memory of Þórir, their father; and Gamall in memory of his foster-father. ...-fastr cut."
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U151 "Þorbjôrn and Ingiþóra had this stone raised in memory of Ígull, their father; and Erinvé in memory of her husbandman and in memory of ..."
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"Jarlabanki ... He met his end in Greece."
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"... carved the runes ... may help... his"
These last two are U139 & U140 (though I don't know which way around)
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U150 "* iarla*b]aki * auk * fastui * litu * raisa * stina * aftiR [* suain * sun * sin"
"Iarlabanki ok Fastvi letu ræisa stæina æftiR Svæin, sun sinn."
"Jarlabanki and Fastvé had the stones raised in memory of Sveinn, their son."
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