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King Olaf's 'Long Serpent
King Olaf's 'Long Serpent', 10th century (1913). The 'Long Serpent' was a ship, constructed by the master shipbuilder Thorberg Skafhog for the Norwegian King Olaf Trygvason (c960-1000). Illustration from The Northmen in Britain by Eleanor Means Hull, published 1913.
- Image ref: 2378393
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images