Gokstad Viking ship. Historical image of the Gokstad ship. The Gokstad is a clinker-built Viking ship that was found in a burial mound at Gokstad farm in Norway. Tree-ring dating (dendrochronology) suggests that it was built around 890 AD. It measures 23.24 metres long and 5.20 m wide, and is the largest ship in the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, Norway. Image from 'Teutonic Myth and Legend', by the Scottish folklorist and writer Donald Alexander Mackenzie, 1912.
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