The Vikings: Master Ship-Builders

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The World's Great Civilisations. The Vikings: Master Ship-Builders. (1) The art of making longboats has been passed down to modern carpenters; (2) The Oseberg ship was later used as the tomb for a queen; (3) Vikings practised both burial and cremation and high ranking officers would sometimes be burnt with their ships; (4) It is thought that the Vikings used a solar stone, similar to today's celestial compass, to navigate their way on long journeys; (5) Denmark became a major trading nation in the 9th century; (6) A reconstruction of a Viking camp at Trelleborg.

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