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1 : Rudder
2 : Pintle
3 : Gudgeon
4 : Sternpost
5 : Planks
1 : Safran
2 : Mèche
3 : Tube d'étambot
4 : Étambot
5 : Bordages
1 : Ruder
2 : Oberes Ruderscharnier
3 : Unteres Ruderscharnier
4 : Achtersteven
5 : Planken
1 : Roolileht
2 : Roolivõll
3 : Rooliaas
4 : Ahtertääv
5 : Plangutus

English: Scheme of a pintle-and-gudgeon system of medieval and early modern ships with sternpost-mounted rudder. This system appeared first in northern Europe in the early 12th century.
Français : Schéma du système de montage d'un gouvernail d'étambot sur un navire du Moyen Âge et de l'Époque moderne. Ce système est apparu initialement en Europe du Nord au début du XIIe siècle.
Deutsch: Seitenansicht eines Scharnierruders mit Achtersteven, wie es europäische Segelschiffe im Mittelalter und der Frühneuzeit verwendeten. Dieses System tauchte erstmals in den Gewässern Nordeuropas im frühen 12. Jh. auf.
Date January 2008
Source Own work
Based upon Lawrence V. Mott, The Development of the Rudder, A.D. 100-1600: A Technological Tale, Thesis May 1991, Texas A&M University (p. 83, Fig. 7.2)
Author Eric Gaba ( Sting)
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