Doel 2: A second 14th-century cog wrecked in den Deurganck, Doel, Belgium
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In 2002, the preserved bottom part of a wreck was excavated, identified as a cog, and named Doel 2. An interdisciplinary research programme (2010?2014), revealed that the ship was constructed after 1328 with wood from northern Poland. Complete 3D-registration of the timbers, and structural analysis showed it had a keelplank with a natural upward curve at the bow that served as a hook, and that most bottom planks were recaulked, among many other repairs. The ship ended up in ?den Deurganck?, a creek near the Scheldt river where it was partially disassembled before the surviving remains were inverted, probably as a result of a flood. This paper presents the detailed recording and archaeological interpretation of the ship remains, and the results of the dendrochronological analysis.
|Journal||International Journal of Nautical Archaeology|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2015|
- 14th century, Cog, Dendrochronology, Flanders, Maritime archaeology, Provenance, Ship construction