Interior, showing arcade, supporting columns, ' and gallery arches above Most of the internal fittings have been removed. There is little in the building, apart from the row of benches that are installed along the wall inside the church in the ambulatory outside of the arcade and raised platform, a font, an altar (with 17th-century ), a 16th-century, and a 16th-century cupboard for storing altar vessels. After the, when the church was converted for,, a and other standard church furnishings were included, however these have been removed since the building has come under the protection of the (The Society for the Preservation of Norwegian Ancient Monuments). There would have been more artwork in the building, most likely in the form of statues and, as remain in a few other churches, but these are now lost.
Runic inscriptions [ ] Several inscriptions are found on the walls of the Church's west portal. One reads: Thor wrote these runes in the evening at the 's Mass.
Another reads '. Management [ ]. Kirgizcha tuulgan kungo kuttuktoolor. Borgund Stave Church and the neighbouring Borgund Church A new was built in 1868 right next to the old church, and the old church has not been in ordinary use since that year. Borgund Stave Church was bought by the in 1877. The first in English for the stave church was published in 1898. Legacy [ ] The church served as the inspiring example for the reconstruction of the in,, in 1883 and for its rebuilding in 1997. The in,, built in 1908, is modeled on the Borgund church.
Three replicas exist in the United States, one at,., another in., and the third on See also [ ] • References [ ]. Fortidsminneforeningen (The Society for the Preservation of Norwegian Ancient Monuments). Archived from on 17 September 2011. Retrieved 1 November 2011.
• Sheldon, Gwendolyn, “The Origin of the Norwegian Stave Church” at the Third Annual North American Interdisciplinary Conference on Medieval Icelandic Studies, Cornell University, May 2008, pp. Pc software download windows 7. Chapel in the Hills. Retrieved February 27, 2018. Retrieved March 13, 2018. • Bibliography [ ] • Hauglid, Roar; trans. Christophersen (1970). Norwegian Stave Churches.
(In Russian). Shapiro C., Stiglitz J.E. (1984) Equilibrium. Statistiki (2013) Statisticheskii ezhegodnik Vitebskoi oblasti: statisticheskii sbornik.
Oslo: Dreyers Forlag. • Hohler, Erla Bergendahl (1999). Norwegian Stave Church Sculpture. External links [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to. • (in Norwegian) • • (in Norwegian) (there are also English and German pages) • • (in English).
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