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KNARR Viking by Lorn6 KNARR Viking by Lorn6
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KNARR Viking (KAUPSKIP, fin du IXe s.)

Copie de la nef n° 3 de Skuldelev, petit navire marchand bien bâti d'environ 14 m. de longueur des Vikings Danois de l'An Mil, nommée Roar Ege, le nom du fondateur de la ville de Roskilde. Il était manœuvré par quatre ou cinq hommes et pouvait transporter quatre à cinq tonnes de charge placée dans la partie centrale. Ce navire avait probablement été construit pour être utilisé par une seule propriété rurale, quand le propriétaire et ses ouvriers allaient au marché pour vendre leurs produits. L'espace de navigation des Knarr étaient les parages Danois et la Baltique. En 1962, dans le fjord de Roskilde (Danemark), le navire fut fouillé par une équipe des services du Musée National Danois. Il avait été retrouvé, ainsi que quatre autres navires (deux Knarr et deux Snekkar), tous étaient remplis de pierres et avaient certainement étés coulés pour fermer aux flottes ennemies, l'entrée de la ville royale (en ce temps) de Roskilde.

Echelle:1/25e
Dimensions (cm):Long= 56 Larg= 30 Haut= 44
Plans et fournitures: Billing Boats (Danemark)
Quille, membrures:Ctp de Bouleau 3mm
Bordé:Ctp de Bouleau 0,8mm
Pont, défenses: Obèche (Ayouz)
Mât et vergue:Ramin
Réalisation: ± 75 heures (1994, regréé en 2002)
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:flaguk: KNARR Viking (KAUPSKIP of the end of 9th century)

Copy of nave n° 3 of Skuldelev, this small trading vessel, well built, of approximately 14 m length of the Danish Vikings of the Year 1000, was named Roar Ege, the name of the founder of the town of Roskilde. It was manoeuvred by four or five men and could transport four to five tons of load, distributed in the central part. This ship had probably been built to be used by only one rural property, when the owner and his workmen went to the market to sell their products. The space of navigation of Knarr were Danish coasts and the Baltic. In 1962, in the fjord of Roskilde (Denmark), the ship was excavated by a team of the Danish National Museum. It had been found, like four other ships (two Knarr and two Snekkar), all was filled with stones and had certainly be sinked to close for the enemy fleets, the entry of the royal city (at that time) of Roskilde.

Scale: 1:25
Dimensions (inches ±): Length= 22 Width= 11.81 Height= 17.32
Plans and supplies: BILLING BOATS (Denmark)
Keel and frames: Birch multiplex 0.12 inch (3 mm)
Hull: Birch multiplex 0.03 inch (0.8 mm)
Decks and wales: Abachi (Ayouz)
Mast and yard: Ramin
Rigging: Tinted Polypropylene
Realization: Approximately 75 hours (1994) Refitted in 2002.
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fmr0 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2013
Amazing work! :D
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Olaf68 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012   Traditional Artist
beautiful work
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21stCenturyDamocles Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Professional General Artist
outstanding work great details
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21stCenturyDamocles Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2012  Professional General Artist
your welcome
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Moon-Crafter Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
BEAUTIFUL
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h3design Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2012
wow, i can imagine the work put into something like this :)
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firstlostgirl Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2011   General Artist
This is awesome!
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