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Rare medieval boat hailed as significant find

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A 600-year-old medieval boat has been uncovered by archaeologists working on a flooding project in the Norfolk Broads.

The remains of the oak timber frame boat, said to have been well-preserved, have been hailed as a 'rare and important' find by the team.

The six-metre boat, thought to date back to 1400, was found by archaeologists excavating a drainage dyke along the River Chet, near Loddon.

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man, that is well preserved, for a wooden ship that old.

it's from the basic things like this that we can learn how ordinary people lived, and that's always worthwhile

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ahhh so you happen to just have a ship and a crew you dont need ? .....charts to the last gate and land of the dead..its not the trouble of finding the land of the dead but finding the way back so few have ever returned to tale the story

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