A few hundred meters apart from each other, two rune stones stand, both of which are raised by women. One has Hedeni raised in memory of her husband Holmfast and their son Ängle. It is a stately stone adorned with a cross. Hedendis has also erected a stone in Tjursåker, about 7 kilometers away, in memory of her father Ofeg.
A little further east, at Gyllene Brunnen, stands a fancy triangle-shaped stone. The runes tell that Ärnlög has raised the stone after Torsten, her husband and that it was Livsten who carved the runes.
Also Ärnög has raised another stone. It stands in Stora Runhällen in Heby municipality. Both times, she hired Livsten to carve the runes.
Livsten was a prominent rune carver who often made complicated pictures where a four-footed animal was entangled in a bunch of snakes. There are seven stones in the border area between Uppland and Västmanland that he has signed and another eleven that are typical of his style. Lifestone lived in the first half of the 11th century.
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