Pomposa

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With a sewn hull, the Pomposa wreck  was a river boat around 12 meters long and a beam of 2 to 3 meters.  The frames were fixed to the hull by treenails and show the usual notches on its basis for the caulking roles.
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With a sewn hull, the Pomposa wreck  was a river boat around 12 meters long and a beam of 2 to 3 meters.  The frames were fixed to the hull by treenails and show the usual notches on its basis for the caulking roles. [[File:Pomposa_2.JPG]]
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== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 22:10, 7 April 2011


Introduction

When: 11th AD

Where: Po River


With a sewn hull, the Pomposa wreck was a river boat around 12 meters long and a beam of 2 to 3 meters. The frames were fixed to the hull by treenails and show the usual notches on its basis for the caulking roles. Pomposa 2.JPG

Pomposa 1.JPG

References

Pomey, Patrice, L’Épave de Bon-Porté. In ‘Mariners Mirror’ 67.3 (1981): 225-242: 234/236).

Bonino, M., Technique construttive navali insolite nei reperti di Cervia, Pomposa e Pontelagoscuro, in “Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi sulle Antichita di Classe, Ravena 14-17 Ottobre 1967", Ravena 1968: 209-217

Ricerce sulla nave romana di Cervia, “Atti del III Congresso Internazionale di Archaeologia Sottomarina, Barcelona 1961", Bordighera, 1971: 316-325; and Archeologia e Tradizione navale tra la Romagna e il Po, Ravena, 1987.

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