free-standing internal posts, usually called Type. Stabkirchen - und die mittelalterliche Gesellschaft Norwegens (in German). Bugge and Mezzanotte, 1994,. Old stave churches edit Norway edit See also: Churches in Norway A semi-official list of Norwegian stave churches which comply with specific criteria: Borgund stave church, Sogn og Fjordane end of the 12th century Eidsborg stave church, Telemark middle of the 13th century Flesberg stave. These probably served to protect the church from a harsh climate, and for processions. S and 1500s no new churches were built in Norway.
The center post church, ( Midtmastkyrkje ) has a single central post reaching all the way up to and connected to the roof construction. Marks created by several old post churches have also been found at the old stone church in Jelling. De norske stavkirker: studier over deres system, oprindelse og historiske udvikling : et bidrag til Norges middelalderske bygningskunsts historie.
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Emil Eckhoff in his Svenska stavkyrkor (1914-1916) also included wood frame church buildings without posts. 16 Influences edit Lorentz Dietrichson in his book De norske Stavkirker The Norwegian Stave Churches (1892) claimed that the stave church is "a brilliant translation of the Romanesque basilica from stone to wood" En genial oversettelse fra sten til tre av den romanske basilika. Such churches are easy to spot at archaeological sites as they leave very distinct holes where the posts were once placed. Around 1800 in Norway 322 stave churches were still known and most of these were in sparsely populated areas of Norway. Jensenius «Stavkirkeprekenen som bygningshistorisk kilde» I: Fortidsminneforeningens rbok, 2001. The plank is now on display at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen and an attempt at reconstructing the church is a featured display at the Moesgrd Museum near Aarhus. On top of the posts wall plates ( stavlgjer ) support the roof trusses, similar to those of the single nave churches.