Hedeby 2 (ca. 965)

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This wreck was too sparsely preserved to reconstruct, but was believed to have been a working boat between 9 and 12 meters long. Some of the timbers listed in the tables may have belonged to a second or third wreck. Planking lands were beveled. Some laps were riveted with iron, while others were held together with 1 cm diameter oak pegs (treenails). 1

References

1. Richard Steffy, INA Shipdata Project, Texas A&M University.

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