It was found on the
beach of Korsør Nor in front of Lille
Taarnborggaard's field approximately 400
metres south-east for Taarnborg Church
and approx. 550 metres from Taarnborg
Castle ruin. Only at low tide, the
stone, which has its inscription upward,
was visible. It is possible that it may
have been shifted to this location by
ice or other factors.
Found: On the
beach of Tårnborg, near Korsør.
Present location: Nationalmuseet,
Frederiksholms Kanal 12, 1220 København
The stone is
granite and 99 centimetres high, 60
centimetres wide and 36
centimetres thick. It was made around
1050 to 1100.
"Guð ... fyrisēi ...bræts sial,
hann gærði stēna ... Eðwin(?) brō(?)"
Translated: God ... take care of
...-bret's soul, he made the stones ...