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longship

a narrow open vessel with oars and a square sail, used esp by the Vikings during medieval times
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The Viking ships are an imposing sight, but the museum inspires a certain bafflement as well.
After a delicious venison soup cooked in an iron pot over a fire, washed down with local beer, I left Jesper and headed to Roskilde's Viking Ship Museum.
The Eye Of Heaven" by Clive Cussler and Russell Blake - This is a collaboration between two brilliant authors Cussler and Blake, and is about Remi Fargo and Sam, a couple of treasure hunters who both find a Viking ship in the Arctic.
They were found in a burial mound aboard a Viking ship buried near Tonsberg, Norway, in 834 CE.
Viking Ship schemes aren't just harmful for the timeshare industry, but they also give legitimate and ethical transfer companies a poor reputation, despite the quality service they provide.
30PM A mute warrior named One Eye, who has supernatural strength, escapes his captor with the help of a young slave and boards a Viking ship.
Norway was therefore under Swedish rule in 1893, when designs similar to the elegant silver Viking ship centrepiece made by the Norwegian silversmiths David-Andersen were shown at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago; Norway even sent a reconstructed Viking ship to Chicago, which was moored on Lake Michigan.
According to The Local, the vessel, which some Swedish reports have claimed is a Viking ship, was found in the Baltic Sea at Sturko.
The town of Roskilde, once the royal capital of the Danish empire, houses a 12th-century cathedral and the Viking Ship Museum, which features five restored Viking ships.
In 2006, he sponsored the examination of a Viking ship wreck in a harbour at Avaldsnes and contributed to a project to find the Royal estate of the Harald Fairhair, the king who unified Norway into one kingdom.
The Loke Viking ship, constructed at a shipyard in Spain, is due for delivery in the middle of May 2010.