Happy New Year! With a cavalcade of images from 2015

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A medieval grave slab in marble from Værnes church, Central Norway. Værnes was built in the 12th century, as one of the key stone churches up north. Very fortunately, I can carry on studies on the building stones of this church - thanks to my involvement with an interdisciplinary group of researchers keen on the Middle Ages - the "Grubleseminar" group. Photo by Per Storemyr

A medieval grave slab in marble from Værnes church, Central Norway. Værnes was built in the 12th century, as one of the key stone churches up north. Very fortunately, I can carry on studies on the building stones of this church – thanks to my involvement with an interdisciplinary group of researchers keen on the Middle Ages – the “Grubleseminar” group. Photo by Per Storemyr

A medieval grave slab in marble from Værnes church, Central Norway. Værnes was built in the 12th century, as one of the key stone churches up north. Very fortunately, I can carry on studies on the building stones of this church – thanks to my involvement with an interdisciplinary group of researchers keen on the Middle Ages – the “Grubleseminar” group. Photo by Per Storemyr

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