The stone was found,
as it was part of coastal defences
around 2.5 km east-southeast of Faaborg
port at Diernæs, where it has lain with
rune side facing the water. The stone's
original location is not known.
Found: Used at
the coastline at Diernæs, Original
Faaborg Kulturhistoriske Museer,
Banegårdspladsen 2 - 5600 Faaborg.
The stone is granite, and was
probably carved as early as 700 to 900.
It is 100 centimetres high, 32 to 50
centimetres wide and 42-45 centimetres
Translated: Áslakr (name).