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Archaeologists discover 1,300-year-old shipwreck in southwest France | NEWSRUX

An extremely uncommon 1,300 yr outdated shipwreck has been unearthed in southern France close to Bordeaux.

Archaeologists have found the ship carcass from the Center Ages beneath the Garonne river and are having to take nice precautions with the stays.

Different artifacts had been discovered inside the wreckage.

Laurent Grimbert, Inrap archaeologist stated: “Contained in the boat, between the floorboards, between the ribs and the hull, we discovered some ceramic parts, which correspond to the Seventh-Eighth century, in order that’ s not too unhealthy,” stated Laurent Grimbert, Inrap archaeologist.

“Items of leather-based which will have belonged to somebody who labored with leather-based on board the boat and who threw away a scrap, a fraction of a wood spoon which will have belonged to somebody who lived within the boat or who had lunch there,” he added. 

The boat is being taken aside to uncover its true nature and to find out about shipbuilding within the Center Ages. 

“The excavation of the wreckage will likely be completed by mid-September. The positioning can even be opened to public viewing from this weekend.

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