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How did the Vikings travel so far from their homelands? Source: bbc.co.uk/schools
The Viking longboat
Dragon ship Two men per oar Tall mast Square sail Shields provided protection
Fearsome figureheads Figureheads, often fierce animals, were used to frighten enemies They were on both the front and back of the longboat
Constructing the longboat Sturdy yet flexible from 28 to 70 metres Overlapped oak boards with animal fur to keep it waterproof Planks called ‘ribs’ inside to give strength
Images Slide 2 www.bbc.co.uk/schools Slide 3 www.internet-at-work.com/hos_mcgrane/viking/eg_viking_11.html Slide 4 www.stemnet.nf.ca/CITE/v_drakkar.htm Slide 5 www.loreandsaga.free-online.co.uk/html/ships.html Slide 6 www.loreandsaga.free-online.co.uk/html/ships.html
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