The Karschau ship, Schleswig-Holstein: Dendrochronological results and timber provenance

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  • Aoife Daly
The felling of the oak trees used to build the Karschau ship took place in or around the AD 1140s. The tree-ring curves from the oak planks from the Karschau Ship match best with site-means from Odense, a medieval town on the island of Funen, Denmark. New research being carried out by the author is allowing the determination of the provenance of ancient oak to a more local level. Through this dendrochronological research, it is now possible to differentiate between small regions of timber sources for shipbuilding, allowing a more nuanced interpretation. © 2006 The Author
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Journal of Nautical Archaeology
Number of pages12
Publication dateMar 2007
Pages155-166
ISBN (Print)1095-9270
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2007

    Research areas

  • Cog, Dendrochronology, Medieval, Nordic ship-type, Timber provenance

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