List of archaeological sites and dismantled stave churches

List of archaeological sites and dismantled stave churches

List of archeological sites and dismantled stave churches in northern Europe. The list is still not complete, and will be continually revised as traces of churches are found all the time.

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* Thorarinsstadir archaeological excavation in Seyðisfjörður, east Iceland (Post church which predates stave church)

* Atrå stave church
* Aurland Stave church (Parts of it on display at Bergen Museum.)
* Austad stave church
* Bagn stave church, Sør-Aurdal municipality, Norway ("Portal on display at (?) in Copenhagen. There are still two stave churches left in the municipality; Reinli stave church and Hedal stave church)
* Bjølstad stave church
* Bødal stave church
* Dal stave church
* Dovre stave church
* Flå stave church
* Gårå stave church
* Gaupne stave church
* Gausdal stave church
* Gransherad stave church
* Grindaker stave church
* Hafslo stave church
* Hakastein church
* Hemsedal stave church
* Hof stave church
* Hylestad stave church, Setesdal. (Demolished and the portal on display at University Museum of Antiquities in Oslo "Universitetets Oldsaksamling", Historisk Museum, Oslo)
* Imshaug stave church
* Kvie stave church
* Liseherad stave church
* Mæl stave church
* Nesland stave church
* Nes stave church, Nes municipality, Norway (The church is painted by I. C. Dahl)
* Øyfjell stave church
* Rennebu stave church
* Rinde stave church
* Røn stave church
* St. Thomas Church, Filefjell (Filefjell stave church) at Filefjell, Norway (Well known church in Norwegian folklore)
* Sannidal stave church Lardal stave church
* Sauland stave church
* Stedje stave church (Parts of it on display at Bergen Museum, painted by J.C. Dahl, on display at Bergen Kunstmuseum.)
* Tonjum stave church (Parts of it on display at Bergen Museum.)
* Tuddal stave church
* Tuft stave church
* Ulvik stave church (Parts of it on display at Bergen Museum.)
* Vangsnes stave church
* Veggeli stave church
* Vegusdal stave church
* Veum stave church
* Vinje stave church
* Ål stave church, Ål, Hallingdal, dismantled in 1880. (Wood roof in the quire with paintings from 13th century are now at display at Universitetets Oldsaksamling, Historisk Museum in Oslo)
* Årdal stave church (Parts of it on display at Bergen Museum.)

* Maria Minor church in Lund built around 1060
* Drotten church in Lund
* Clemens church in Lund
* Kalhyttans stave church by Filipstad

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