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Nylars Rundkirke, Bornholm
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Kirkens døbefont er et senromansk, gotlandsk kalkstensarbejde af den såkaldte keglestubtype. Dåbsfader viser en mandsprofil og en halvt udpudset indskrift Marcus Tullius Cicero. Fadets oprindelige formål har sikkert være at frembære tvætteduge ved rigmændenes fester. Det er et sydtysk arbejde fra ca 1575.

Krucifixet er et korbuekrucifix fra ca 1600.
De to alterstager er sengotiske. De hviler på tre fødder af form som siddende løver. Den udskårne engel med det flagrende lændeklæde i korhvælvingen er fra ca 1750.

http://www.nylarskirke.dk/Kirkens%20historie.aspx

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