|Discovered||Sandavágur, Faroe Islands|
|Rundata ID||FR 2 M|
|Text – Native|
|Old Norse: Þorkell Ǫnundar sonr, austmaðr af Rogalandi, bygði þenna stað fyrst.|
|Þorkell Ǫnundr's son, man of the east from Rogaland, lived in this place first.|
The inscription speaks of Þorkell, a man from Rogaland, Norway who claims to have lived on that place first. He is presumably one of the first settlers, if not the very first one, in the Sandavágur area. In both runes and language the Sandavágur stone corresponds to what is known from Rogaland around the 13th century.