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short guide for the use of visitors to the viking-ship from Gokstad

by Ingvald Martin Undset

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Published by A. Cammermeyer in Kristiania .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Viking ships,
  • Norway -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ingvald Undset.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDL421 .U643 1898
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23332372M

      The clinker-built Gokstad ship dating back to the year AD is currently on display at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway. (Photo: Museum of Cultural History, Oslo, ) Ever since the publication of a scientific article in , “everyone” has known that the skeleton found in the magnificent Gokstad ship in Eastern Norway belonged. The Gokstad, being twice the linear dimensions of Munin, had four times the seating area and eight times the cargo capacity. There were no seats, but capacity was about 70; enough for two shifts of 32 oarsmen who would have sat on their sea chests to row. The restored Gokstad ship is now on permanent display at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo.

    Jun 5, - Explore az's board "long ships " on Pinterest. See more ideas about Longship, Vikings, Viking ship pins.   The Gokstad ship is a 9th-century Viking ship found in a burial mound at Gokstad in Sandar, Norway. The site where the boat was found, situated on arable land, had long been named Gokstadhaugen or Kongshaugen (from the Old Norse words konungr meaning king and haugr meaning mound), although the relevance of its name had been discounted as folklore, as other sites in Norway .

    Old Norse Tents. Many years ago now, I began studying the Viking Age. One of the first things I became interested in was tents. Information at that time was scant, or at least hard to access, and all I came up with was an artist's rendition of a tent from the Oseberg ship showing little detail. Building a Viking ship or a boat of Norse design involves a traditional craftsmanship which is a refined art, delivered from master to apprentice, usually from father to son for generations. The skills vere passed on as tacit knowledge, mostly orally and by doing, usually .


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Excerpt from A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship From Gokstad The ship had been made both for sailing and rowing. About midship is placed a keelson for the mast to rest upon. A short guide for the use of visitors to the viking-ship from Gokstad, by Dr Item Preview.

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A short guide for the use of visitors to the viking-ship from Gokstad, by Dr. Ingvald Undset. By Ingvald Undset. Abstract. Title in red and black, within ornamental border.3d of access: Internet Topics: Viking ships.

Author: Ingvald Undset. Viking Ship from Gokstad. The Gokstad ship is a Viking ship excavated in not far from Sandefjord (Vestfold, Norway) by Nicolay Nicolaysen.

The ship was buried in a trench. On board, it had a burial chamber of a wealthy chieftain. Above a large mound was raised.

Along with the 24 meters long ship, its oars, pulleys, yards and a ladder were. A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad Ingvald Martin Undset Häftad. Elliott the Otter: The Totally Untrue Story of Elliott, Boss of the Bay A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad True and Untrue and Other Norse Tales is based on the classic folklore collected by Pieter.

Presentation video of the small boat from Gokstad Hanus Jensen presents the Gokstad boat and the preliminary work of building the Viking Ship Museum’s eighth reconstruction of this beautiful boat.

The building work has been moved indoors to the boatyard and the boatbuilders are working on. Published July 7, AM Around approximately AD, a rich and powerful man died, and the Gokstad ship was used for his burial.

A burial chamber was built in the aft of the ship where the dead man was laid to rest. This is a video from the Viking Ship Museum in Olso, Norway. In this video you can see the Gokstad Skip, built in at the height of the Vikings era, and buried in A.D.

with a man. Gokstad Viking Ship - Olso, Norway - Viking Ship Museum - Sept. 8, - Duration: Leif Sporck 6, views. 10 MOST VIEWED. The Vikingship Gaia, a replica of the Gokstad ship, was built in Sunnmøre in The ship is metres long and metres wide with a height of 18metres from water to the tip of the mast.

The ship was given as a gift to Sandefjord town from the shipping company Knut Utstein Kloster in 17th May "Gaia" with Ragnar Thorseth and his crew sailed from on: Huvikslippen, Framnesveien 5, Sandefjord, A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad Ingvald Martin Undset Häftad.

A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad Ingvald Martin Undset Sigurd and His Brave Companions will make medieval Norway come alive for. A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad. Ingvald Martin Undset. 27 Aug A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad.

Ingvald Martin Undset. 27 Aug A Short Guide for the Use of Visitors to the Viking-Ship from Gokstad. Ingvald Martin Undset. 04 Sep. Can't come on a Saturday. Get a group together and book a special tour. $ per adult. $ per child age 6 and above. Minimum fee: $ Two week lead time required.

History about the Gokstad: The original Gokstad ship is a Viking ship found in a burial mound at Gokstad farm in Sandar, Sandefjord, Vestfold, Norway. A short guide to the use of visitors to the viking-ship from Gokstad [Smaa Artikler] Sophus Bugge: Studier over de nordiske Gude- og Heltesagns Oprindelse: Student Undsets reiseberetning, Sui monumenti Celtici in Italia [Sverd og rembeslag] Sveriges historia från äldsta tid till våra dagar: [anmeldelse] Terramaren in Ungarn.

The Oseberg ship on display at the Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway. Centrally placed on the ship were the skeletons of two women whose remains had been placed in a specially built wooden tent.

One of the woman was in her eighties [ii] and this was reflected in the condition of her bones which showed that she had suffered badly from arthritis.

The Gokstad ship is a 9th-century Viking ship found in a burial mound at Gokstad in Sandar, Sandefjord, Vestfold, Norway. It is currently on display at the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway. It is the largest preserved Viking ship in Norway. Discovery. The site where the boat was. When the Gokstad ship was found A large burial mound called ‘the king’s mound’ was situated at the farm of Gokstad in Sandefjord municipality.

In autumn the two teenage sons on the farm were bored and started to dig into the mound to see if they could find anything exciting.The Viking Ship Museum shows discoveries from the Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune ships, plus small boats, sledges, a beautiful cart, tools, textiles and household utensils.

Two museums in the same ticket: Use your ticket from the Viking Ship Museum to get free entry to Historical Museum within 48 hours. Norwegian name: VikingskipshusetLocation: Huk Av Oslo, "This guide has been compiled by Gutorm Gjessing, largely on the basis of A.W. Brøgger: 'Oseberg ship and Oseberg Room', (Small guides I) and the revised edition of Ingvald Undset's 'Short description of the Gokstad Viking Ship.

Guide for Visitors'. (Gokstad Ship. Small guides VI.)"--Title page verso. Also issued in Norwegian. Description: