Appleby logboat facts for kids
|Discovered||River Ancholme, North Lincolnshire, England|
|Present location||North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe, England|
The Appleby logboat is a Bronze Age logboat, found during dredging of the old River Acholme near Appleby, North Lincolnshire in 1943. It dates to the period 1500-1300 BC. It is one of two prehistoric dug-out boats found in the Ancholme, the other being found near Brigg in 1886. Both of these boats contain evidence of repairs in the form of sewing of lashing techniques: splits in the wood had been repaired using birch (Betula sp.) plants held in place by oak (Quercus sp.) wedges.
The boat is on public display at North Lincolnshire Museum.
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