Napier 1901b, 362-81; right side corrected by Ball 1966, 119-26.
Verse Early Anglian
The top shows an archer defending a stockade against armed enemies. His name Ægili is written above him in runes:
The front shows the Adoration of Christ. In a small panel above is the title mægi:
Unlike all the other inscriptions, the main inscription on the front does not refer to a carved scene but is a riddle:
The carving on the back depicts the capture of Jerusalem by Emperor Titus. This scene has an inscription in a mixture of Old English and Latin and a mixture of runes and Roman letters:
Two smaller scenes at the bottom of the panel have their own short titles: Dom, Gisl.
This side shows the wolf suckling Romulus and Remus. Around this picture there is a runic inscription:
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