Orm Gamal suna bohte Sanctus Gregorius Minster Ã°onne hit wÃ¦s Ã¦l tobrocan and tofalan and he hit let macan newan from grunde Christe and Sanctus Gregorius in Eadward dagum cyning and in Tosti dagum eorl.
Orm son of Gamal bought St. Gregory’s Minster when it was all ruined and collapsed and he caused it to be made new from the ground for Christ and St. Gregory in the days of Edward the King and in the days of Tosti the Earl
The sundial itself is inscribed :-
Ã¾is is dÃ¦ges solmerca, Ã¦t ilcum tide.
This is the day’s sun-marker, at every tide.
and HawarÃ° me wrohte and Brand presbyter
And Haward wrought me and Brand priests.
This is of particular note as it’s from the Old Norse “solmerki” showing a link back to the Vikings.