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Workshop: Late medieval sea vessels in Northern Europe

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Workshop: Late medieval sea vessels in Northern Europe

Late Medieval Sea Vessels in Northern Europe –

Current Research Perspectives
 

International Workshop at the German Maritime Museum,
Bremerhaven

15 – 16 February, 2024

Program

Link to registration

 

The 1962 discovery of one of the best-preserved examples of a late-medieval ship of the type cog in Bremen, and its conservation and presentation at the German Maritime Museum (Bremen Cog | DSM Bremerhaven) entail a continuous responsibility to foster research in naval history, material culture and the conservation of waterlogged wood. As one of our most essential exhibition pieces the Bremen Cog is an anchor for a future initiative of collaborative research in maritime culture: The already well-established international, interdisciplinary research relations regarding cog-type ships form an ideal foundation for experimentally co-developing a collaborative Digital Knowledge Platform.

With this international workshop as a starting event, the German Maritime Museum seeks to bring together scholars from an interdisciplinary range of research fields and topics for an update on the current state of research on such finds of our maritime cultural heritage. And it especially invites participants from institutions that would possibly be interested in collaborating on the development of this Digital Knowledge Platform.

The workshop is open to a wide range of academic and research contexts. Talk proposals which express an interest in interdisciplinary perspectives are especially welcome.


The conference language will be English.

 

For more information and registration for the workshop please contact a.reis@dsm.museum

Carpenter’s tool from the so-called Bremen Cog: hammer

Carpenter’s tool from the so-called Bremen Cog: hammer

Credit: DSM / Rui Namagoa/Dennis Hoffmann

Carpenter’s tool from the so-called Bremen Cog: broad-bladed axe

Carpenter’s tool from the so-called Bremen Cog: broad-bladed axe.

Credit: DSM / Rui Namagoa/Dennis Hoffmann

Carpenter’s tools from the so-called Bremen Cog: hammer, adze and broad-bladed axe.

Carpenter’s tool from the so-called Bremen Cog: adze

Credit: DSM / Rui Namagoa/Dennis Hoffmann

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