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Sverresborg Museum in Trondheim, Norway

Sverresborg Museum in Trondheim, Norway

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants, Walrus Ivory, Norway, circa 1150-1200

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants Date: Geography: Made in probably Trondheim, Norway Culture: Scandinavian Medium: Walrus ivory Dimensions: Overall: 3 x 2 x 1 in. x x cm) Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Museum of Rock, Trondheim, Norway (© Stockholm Lighting Company)

Viking shield boss containing remains of a leather purse. Found on a mountain overlooking Trondheim Fjord in Norway. (Photograph courtesy Age Hojem/NTNU Museum of Natural History and Archaeology). Viking shield boss containing remains of a leather purse

Viking shield boss containing remains of a leather purse. Found on a mountain overlooking Trondheim Fjord in Norway. (Photograph courtesy Age Hojem/NTNU Museum of Natural History and Archaeology). Viking shield boss containing remains of a leather purse

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants, 1150–1200. Scandinavian, probably Trondheim, Norway. Walrus ivory. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, G

Bishop chesspiece with Celtic knotwork on his episcopal seat: Lewis Chess set, Metropolitan Museum

Eastern Europe and Scandinavia, 1000–1400 A.D. | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Bishop Chess Piece, English Walrus ivory This twelfth-century ivory…

A murder at the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia, bears a close resemblance to one in Trondheim, Norway. The corpse of the museum curator in Virginia is found flayed in his office by the cleaning staff; the corpse of an archivist at the library in Norway, is found inside a locked vault used to store delicate and rare books. Richmond homicide detective Felicia Stone and Trondheim police inspector Odd Singsaker find themselves working on similar murder cases, but half a world away.

Where Monsters Dwell by Jorgen Brekke. A museum curator's murder that eerily resembles a killing in Norway prompts Richmond homicide detective Felicia Stone and Trondheim police inspector Odd Singsaker to investigate.

uig, isle of lewis | site of the discovery of the lewis chessmen

Uig, Isle of Lewis, site of the discovery of the Lewis Chessmen, Scotland

pool at the Astoria Hotel in Trondheim, Norway by Verner Panton (1960’s)

Swimming Pool designed by Verner Panton, 1969 The Spiegel Publishing house buildings in Hamburg.

Chess Piece in the Form of a Bishop with Two Attendants, 1150–1200. Scandinavian, probably Trondheim, Norway. Walrus ivory. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, G

‘The Game of Kings: Medieval Ivory Chessmen From the Isle of Lewis,’ at the Cloisters

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