The Golden Horn of Gallehus is a golden drinking horn, discovered in North Slesvig, or Schleswig, in Denmark. Around its rim it bears a runic inscription:

ek hlewagastiR holtijaR horna tawido

which is one of the earliest inscriptions in that alphabet, and a line of alliterative verse to boot. It means, "I, Hlewagastir the Holting, made the horn." The horn is believed to date to the fourth century. The horn itself was discovered in the village of Gallehus, near Møgeltønder in 1639, and the Danish antiquarian Olaus Wormius wrote a treatise on the Golden Horn in 1641.