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Ö1 är en modell av det vikingatida långskepp man grävde ut i Gokstad i Norge på 1880-talet. Modellen är ungefär 1,5 m lång och en mycket fint utförd modell med 29 stycken åror, troligtvis 14 par plus en styråra, liksom mast, spira och roder. Den är fernissad och stävarna är i ett mörkare träslag eller betsade. Detta förmodligen på grund av att man tydligt vill markera de delar som saknades vid utgrävningen och som därför är rekonstruerade så som man tror de sett ut.

Ö1 är en modell av det vikingatida långskepp man grävde ut i Gokstad i Norge på 1880-talet. Modellen är ungefär 1,5 m lång och en mycket fint utförd modell med 29 stycken åror, troligtvis 14 par plus en styråra, liksom mast, spira och roder. Den är fernissad och stävarna är i ett mörkare träslag eller betsade. Detta förmodligen på grund av att man tydligt vill markera de delar som saknades vid utgrävningen och som därför är rekonstruerade så som man tror de sett ut.

Oseberg Replica Viking Ship, Norway Photographic Print by David Lomax at Art.com-- Beautiful print

Oseberg Replica Viking Ship, Norway

Norwegian Viking "DragonShip" replica, Drek­inn Har­ald­ur Hár­fagri, comes to visit  Reykja­vík, Iceland. http://www.mbl.is/frettir/innlent/2016/05/10/drekinn_kominn_til_reykjavikur/

Norwegian Viking "DragonShip" replica, Drek­inn Har­ald­ur Hár­fagri, comes to…

Building top idea....Detail of the Replica of a 9th Century Ad Viking Ship, Oseberg, Norway. By: David Lomax

Detail of the Replica of a 9th Century Ad Viking Ship, Oseberg, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Detail of the Replica of a Century Ad Viking Ship, Oseberg, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe Photographic Print

Viking ship

VIKING - 32: WHO WERE THE VIKINGS. What Catapulted Them To The Forefront Of History?

Viking boats and ships have been known since the ancient times for their beauty and robustness. Ship design ideas from the Viking ships are still used in modern ships. Learn 10 amazing facts about Viking ships.

horse head on a Viking ship (presuming a replica, yet cannot find original source to find out)

Perhaps this Viking carving was an inspiration for some of the carousel horses carved hundred years later! Viking carvings, around 275 bc.

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Different type of viking ships like i mentionned in other pin. Drakkar isn't the right therm for vikings ship. It was given by viking's victim because of the sculpted dragons head at the beginning of the ship.

Viking boat in Naeroyfjord, Norway

20 Trips to take in your Row a Viking Ship in Norway Could there be anything more appealing than rowing a boat in the Norwegian fjords, an area still reminiscent of Viking times?

The biggest viking ship in the world, Draken Harald Hårfagre (Harald Fair Hair), named after the first king in Norway,...

PHOTOS: The World's Biggest Viking Ship

The biggest viking ship in the world, Draken Harald Hårfagre (Harald Fair Hair), named after the first king in Norway,.

The world's largest Viking ship in modern times, Draken Harald Hårfagre, set sail on an expedition like no other from Haugesund to Greenland, Iceland and USA.

The Vikings are coming! The Norse longship Draken Hårald Harfagre has just set out from Norway and is bound to North America via Iceland and Greenland.

Viking Ship AndyJohansson This is a replica built viking ship at Birka, Sweden

This is a replica built viking ship at Birka, Sweden Viking Ship

Wikinger am Walchensee  (1200 years ago, the sight of one of these along the north coast of Europe would have caused panic in the populace!)

Vikings at Walchensee. Around years ago the sight of one of these longboats appearing off the coast of Western Europe would have caused sheer panic in the populace!

The Dragon Harald Fairhair is a large replica Viking longship built in the municipality of Haugesund, Norway. It is a ship that combines ocean-crossing sailing capabilities with a warship's use of oars. The longship is a '25-sesse' – in other words, it is equipped with 50 oars. Each oar is powered by two men and the ship must have a crew of 100 persons, minimum. Under sail it requires a crew of 18–24 people.

The Dragon Harald Fairhair is a large replica Viking longship built in the municipality of Haugesund, Norway. It is a ship that combines ocean-crossing sailing capabilities with a warship's use of oars. The longship is a '25-sesse' – in other words, it is equipped with 50 oars. Each oar is powered by two men and the ship must have a crew of 100 persons, minimum. Under sail it requires a crew of 18–24 people.

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