This stone is also
known as the Høje Tåstrup Stone. It was
found in 1827 by a masonry worker on a
field with three large rock piles close
at each other near Kallerup, not far
from the road between Roskilde and
Copenhagen. Worsaae raised it at the
Roskilde road in 1851.
Found: On a
field near Kallerup, Zealand.
Ansgarkirke , Hovedgaden 369, 2640
Hedehusene in the cemetery.
The stone is
granite and 163 centimetres high, 85
centimetres wide and 70 centimetres
thick. It was carved between 700 and
"Hornbura stæinn Svīðings."
Translated: Hornbori's stone, of