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In the next few days, marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum and the National Museum of Denmark will be diving down to the remains of two ships off the coast of Costa Rica. The investigation seeks to determine whether these are the wrecks of two 18th-century Danish slave ships. Photo: Andreas K. Bloch / Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde

Researchers to investigate whether Costa Rica shipwrecks are Danish slave ships

In the next few days, marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum and the National Museum of Denmark will be…

Cleaving oak for Skuldelev 5: Tuesday 11/7 from 10:00

The boatbuilders are cleaving oak for Skuldelev 5: Tuesday 11/7 from 10:00

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In the next few days, marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum and the National Museum of Denmark will be diving down to the remains of two ships off the coast of Costa Rica. The investigation seeks to determine whether these are the wrecks of two 18th-century Danish slave ships. Photo: Andreas K. Bloch / Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde

Researchers to investigate whether Costa Rica shipwrecks are Danish slave ships

In the next few days, marine archaeologists from the Viking Ship Museum and the National Museum of Denmark will be…

Cleaving oak for Skuldelev 5: Tuesday 11/7 from 10:00

The boatbuilders are cleaving oak for Skuldelev 5: Tuesday 11/7 from 10:00

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