Arpa or Lira Kravik – by Luthier
The Kravik lyre is the only medieval lyre that has not been discovered in an archaeological excavation. This instrument was hanging (albeit in a sad state of conservation) on a family farm in Kravik, Norway. It was "discovered" in the mid-1800s when it was documented as a set of technical drawings. At the time he was missing many parts, including the soundboard, but the carvings were still mostly intact and was considered a work of art.