The Osebergship

Built in southwestern Norway in the year 820. 21.5m long. 5m wide. 15 pairs of oars. Weight 11 tons. Made for sailing along the coast "yachting". Two sceletons was found in the grave. One priestess (?) and possibly a female slave, 25-40 years old and some personal equipment was found in the grave. For more gravegoods look at the last pictures of this album.

Photographer:
sierravictor
Uploaded:
2012-10-04
Tags:
boatgraves gokstadship gravegoods osebergship tuneship
Camera:
Canon EOS 300
Film:
Fuji Superia 800
City:
Oslo
Country:
Norway
Albums:
Three vikingships - the graves

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