Fornvännen's Autumn Issue On-line

The Archangel Raphael. Recently uncovered mural in Kil church, Närke. C. 1250. The Archangel Raphael. Recently uncovered mural in Kil church, Närke. C. 1250.

Today's my 16th anniversary as editor of Fornvännen! Issue 2014:3 is now on-line on Open Access.

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