Kølby, bracteate C-type

(Kølby-brakteat)
Alternative names of an inscription or names which deviate from the pattern “findspot objectˮ.
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Shelf marks
The shelf marks of the runic inscription/the runic entry. The main shelf mark is in bold type.
NJy IK 99 | DR IK99
Findspot
The place where the runic object or the runic entry was found, with community, county, area and country.
Kølby (Farstrup Sogn, Ålborg Amt, Nordjylland, DK)
GIS: 55.80035, 10.556975
Transliteration
Transliterations from different sources with their respective transliteration principles.
ku-
Translation
German or English translations from different sources.
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Information on the object

Class of object
General classification of the object.
bracteate
Type of object
Subordinate classification of the object.
C-type
Object
The object on or in which the runic inscription is transmitted.
bracteate
Preservation
The object’s/manuscript’s state of preservation.
good
Class of material
General classification of the material the object is made of.
metal
Material
Subordinate classification of the material the object is made of.
gold
Measurements
The measurements of the object/runic inscription.
Ø2,35
Completeness
The state of completeness of the object/manuscript.
yes
External dating
Beginning and end of the period of dating according to current research.
450 - 540
Method of dating
The method of dating used for the dating in the field external dating.
iconograph.
Context
The context in which the object resp. the runic entry was found.
single find
Find-year
The year or period of time in which the runic object was found or the runic inscription discovered.
1953 ca.

Information on the inscription

Rune row
The runic alphabet/rune row used in the inscription.
older fuþark
Category
Category of the individual characters or of the whole inscription.
?run.
Iconographic elements
Co-occurrence of text, iconographic elements and other signs on the runic object or in the runic manuscript entry.
yes
Preservation
The inscription’s/runic entry’s state of preservation.
good
Completeness
The state of completeness of the inscription/runic entry.
yes