Medieval Church of Skälvum, SwedenYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This is a church built somewhere around year 1100. The building material is sand stone and wood. The church has been built on top of 1,5 meters of previous “cultural building remains”
Through annual ring dating on wooden beams over the nave, it has been found that these trees were felled in 1136. The church is built in Romanesque style with the tower to the west.
(Notation 1 on the model) An inscription engraved above the entrance on the west side states that “Othelrik me fecit”, which means: Othelric has made me. This architect and stonemason is believed to have come from northern Germany and was one of the foremost of the 12th century in Västgötland.
Location in Sweden on map: https://goo.gl/maps/bmD7CRjtNwDYzQfdA
Author of this 3D-scan: Adam de Kaminski, Trollhättan Sweden
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