2 edition of Building a Viking ship in Maine found in the catalog.
Building a Viking ship in Maine
Paul T. Cunningham
Includes bibliographical references (p. vii).
|Statement||by Paul T. Cunningham|
|LC Classifications||VM17 .C86 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2011944572|
The MAHS Viking Boat Project Viking Cargo Boat by Edward Eisenhuth, Project Advisor Minersville Area High School, Minersville, PA. This unique hands-on interdisciplinary project got its start in the Fall of when one of my eighth grade students brought in a picture of a Viking ship . Oops! This content failed to load. RELOAD PAGE. Terms Privacy User Agreement About. English (EN) MarineTraffic Blog Help Centre.
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0 Comment Report abuse Gero Levaggi. out of 5 stars Five Stars. Reviewed in the United States on November 2, /5. Inprofessional photographer Paul Cunningham made the long drive down a narrow peninsula and onto Hermit Island in Phippsburg, Maine, to the boatshop of Rob Stevens to record the building of a Viking knarr later christened Srri.
With great interest for sailing, boatbuilding and vikings the project to build and sail the greatest viking ship of modern times started. The curator of the project, Sigurd Aase, wanted this extraordinary ship to follow in the wake of one of the most challenging viking explorations –.
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In the building of Draken Harald Hårfagre was initiated by the Norwegian entrepreneur Sigurd Aase. Being a man with a strong mind he persuaded the most reputable ship builders and historians in Scandinavia to start the project of creating a really seaworthy Viking ship, much larger than the ones found in g: Maine.
The Maine Penny. Credit: Literary evidence for the Viking exploration of North America can be found in the Vinland Sagas. These were two Icelandic sagas written in the 13 th century regarding the Norse exploration of North America undertaken about two centuries earlier.
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The sailing directions, according to a map found in Edward Reman's book, The Norse Discoveries and Explorations of America, placed Norse explorers around the outside of Nova Scotia and into the Bay of Fundy or Passamaquoddy Bay.
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