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Anchor
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Golden Cross
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Cippus
fullscreen
Rostrum
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Prow
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Horse shaped toy
fullscreen
Ship
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Shopper
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Ship
fullscreen
Boat
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Anchor
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Relief
fullscreen
Ship
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Alkedo ship
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Copy of the Alkedo Ship
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Relief decoration
fullscreen
Ship
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Burning perfume
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Dice
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Urn
Anchor
Golden Cross
Cippus
Rostrum
Prow
Horse shaped toy
Ship
Shopper
Ship
Boat
Anchor
Relief
Ship
Alkedo ship
Copy of the Alkedo Ship
Relief decoration
Ship
Burning perfume
Dice
Urn

Other works on display

Description

By the first half of the 5th century A.D. the ship D sinks, a medium-sized river barge, which closes the sequence of the known boats: it is in fact the last sinking of the boat within the context excavated of the yard of the ancient ships. The ship was found completely upside down, almost completely devoid of the keel but with most of the dead work (the part of the hull of the boat above the water plane) still intact, as can be seen in the museum.

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