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Sewn joints and repairs have been referred in the Cavalière (2nd / 1sr century BC). A piece of wood was found near the stern that was made of two planks assembled with a mortise-and-tenon pegged joint that was sewn to another wooden component.


Pomey, Patrice, L’Épave de Bon-Porté. In ‘Mariners Mirror’ 67.3 (1981): 225-242: 238.

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