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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
'''When:''' 11th AD
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'''When:''' 11th AD [[File:Pomposa_2.JPG|thumb|right]]
  
 
'''Where:''' Po River
 
'''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. [[File:Pomposa_2.JPG|thumb|right]]
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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_1.JPG]]
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[[File:Pomposa_1.JPG|thumb|right]]
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 22:12, 7 April 2011


Introduction

When: 11th AD
Pomposa 2.JPG

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 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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