Jelling burial mounds and one of the runic stones are striking examples of pagan Nordic culture, while the other runic stone and the church illustrate the Christianisation of the Danish people towards the middle of the century
The Tune stone is an important runestone from about CE. It bears runes of the Elder Futhark in Proto-Norse. It was discovered in 1627 in the church yard wall in Tune, Østfold, Norway. Today it is housed in the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo.
Hammarby Ketilgerðr had the stone cut in memory of Ôzurr, her husbandman; and Ulfr had (it) cut in memory of Bjôrn. This rune stone was made by Œpir, along with about 40 others, like for instance U U 287 and U