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Nydam boat

Nydam boat

Discovery of the Nydam Boat | Flickr

Discovery of the Nydam Boat | Flickr

Nydam Boat | Flickr : partage de photos !

Nydam Boat | Flickr : partage de photos !

The Nydam Boat - Nydambåden

The Nydam Boat - Nydambåden

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Rivets from a boat Iron   Grave find, Ultuna, Bondkyrka. SHM 11107:3A

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum Rivets from a boat Iron Grave find, Ultuna, Bondkyrka. SHM 11107:3A

Nydam Boat (copy) | Flickr : partage de photos !

Nydam Boat (copy) | Flickr : partage de photos !

Stow viking boat and may date from the tenth century.

Stow viking boat and may date from the tenth century.

Tjelvar’s Grave on Gotland Island, Sweden:  A stone ship, like this one, was an early burial custom primarily in Scandanavia.  Most are dated 1000 - 500 BCE.  This particular grave is dated at ca 750 BC. According to legend, Tjelvar was the mythical discoverer of Gotland.

Tjelvar’s Grave on Gotland Island, Sweden: A stone ship, like this one, was an early burial custom primarily in Scandanavia. Most are dated 1000 - 500 BCE. This particular grave is dated at ca 750 BC. According to legend, Tjelvar was the mythical discoverer of Gotland.

The Nydam Boat. The oak boat is considered the oldest Nordic shipfind and the oldest known clinker built boat. It is 23 m long, c 4 m wide, of clinker type, and built for 15 pairs of oars. It's the largest and best preserved of the boats found in Nydam Bog and is now displayed at Gottorp Castle in Schleswig. It once weighed over three tonnes and was rowed by thirty men.

The Nydam Boat. The oak boat is considered the oldest Nordic shipfind and the oldest known clinker built boat. It is 23 m long, c 4 m wide, of clinker type, and built for 15 pairs of oars. It's the largest and best preserved of the boats found in Nydam Bog and is now displayed at Gottorp Castle in Schleswig. It once weighed over three tonnes and was rowed by thirty men.

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