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Ingatorp. A corner timbered tithe barn from the 13th century

Authors Gunnar Almevik
Karl-Magnus Melin
Published in Poster at the conference: Church Archeology in the Baltic Sea Region, Turku University, 13.08.26-28
Publication year 2013
Published at The Craft Laboratory - National centre for crafts in conservation
Department of Conservation
Language en
Keywords Historic Archeology, Building history, Tithe barn, Corner timber
Subject categories Settlement studies, History of Technology, Archaeology


Ingatorp church, in the province of Småland in the south of Sweden, is recognised as a high standard art deco church. In the outskirt of the churchyard stands a corner timbered shed that has been dated by dendrochronological analysis and C-14 to 1219-1239. This building is one of the oldest wooden buildings in Sweden beside the timbered church in Granhult.

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