|Braathen Dendrokronologiska Undersökningar|
Kungslena in eastern Västergötland is a cavity-wall church with a square chancel and a well preserved chancel-arch. Bore-cores of oak from the capping pieces of the chancel have two annual rings of sap-wood. The felling year of the oaks are estimated to be in the period 1118 - 1122. Burnt remains of an earlier building have been found under the floor of the nave.