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Runestone at Hagby church, Central Sweden 3D Model
This 11th century runestone was last depicted in the 17th century, and reported lost in the 1830s, when the medival church at Hagby in central Sweden was demolished. Archaeologist Emelie Sunding from Upplandsmuseet, a regional museum, found it in October 2016, while monitoring maintenance work at the present-day place of worship. The stone was made by Fot, a runemaster working in the area in the mid 11th-century.