Encoded museum catalogue


 <NRPAR><CATNR nrid="37267">C.37267. <ARTEFDATA><ARTEFACT>Axe</ARTEFACT> of <MAT>iron</MAT> <SHARED>from <AGE>Late Medieval time</AGE>. <ARTEFDATA><MEAS>L: 141mm</MEAS>, <MEAS>edge W:109mm</MEAS>. Carpenter's axe with <FORM>specially shaped </FORM> blade to accommodate the fingers when it is held just "behind" the edge. Particularly necessary for fine work, when used at an angle to the edge, or as a gouge. <SHARED>Found <FINDLOC>on the hill, about 300m above <LOC>ÅROS KAPELL</LOC>, <FARM>SJØGLØTT</FARM>, <PARISHD><PARISH>ÅROS</PARISH></PARISHD>, <MUNICIPALITY>RØYKEN</MUNICIPALITY>, <COUNTY>BUSKERUD</COUNTY></FINDLOC>, in 1959 by <FINDER>Berge Narvik</FINDER>, Tjernsrudveien 24, Jar, Oslo.

 <NRPAR><CATNR nrid="37269">C.37269. <ARTEFDATA><ARTEFACT>Spearpoint</ARTEFACT> of <MAT>iron</MAT> <SHARED>from <AGE>Medieval time</AGE>. <ARTEFDATA><MEAS>L: 21.6cm</MEAS>, <MEAS>largest W:49mm</MEAS>, <MEAS>spear socket D: 33mm</MEAS>. W:<WEIGHT>ca.500gr</WEIGHT>. <FORM>The spear has straight edges and angular shoulders. Cone shaped socket, <LITREF>R.<FIGNR>526</FIGNR></LITREF></FORM>. <SHARED>Found in ploughed field, 100m SE of present farm house (1934-35) at <FINDLOC>BRÅTEN under <FARM><FNAME>JERDAL</FNAME></FNAME>, <MUNICIPALITY>KVINESDAL</MUNICIPALITY>, <COUNTY>VEST-AGDER</COUNTY></FINDLOC>. <ACQUI>Gift</ACQUI> from the owner of the farm <FINDER>Asbjørn Espeland</FINDER>. Acquired <ACQUI>during surveying. </ACQUI>