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Deutsch: Römisches Schiff mit Sprietsegel auf dem Kopenhagener Sarkophag aus dem späten 3. Jh. n. Chr. Es handelt sich um eine der ältesten Abbildungen von Sprietsegeln in der Segelschiffahrt. Fundort: angeblich Ostia. Ausstellungsort: Ny-Carlsberg Glyptothek in Kopenhagen (Dänemark), Inv.-Nr. 1299. Hier abgebildet eine Kopie ausgestellt im Museum für Antike Schiffahrt in Mainz (Deutschland).
English: Roman ship with spritsail on the Copenhagen Sarcophagus from the late 3rd century AD. It is one of the oldest depictions of spritsails in the history of navigation. Find spot: allegedly Ostia. Current location: Ny-Carlsberg Glyptothek in Copenhagen (Denmark), Inv.-No. 1299. The pic above shows a copy displayed at the Museum für Antike Schiffahrt (Museum for Ancient Navigation) in Mainz, Germany.
Date 27 June 2008
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