The IJsselcog project: from excavation to 3D reconstruction

Wouter B. Waldus, Joep F. Verweij, Henk M. van der Velde, André F.L. van Holk, Sander E. Vos

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Abstract

The 15th‐century IJsselcog was lifted in 2016 from the river IJssel near Kampen (the Netherlands). From stern to bow and from starboard to portside about 70% of the original wooden hull is preserved. The combined approach of analogue documentation and photogrammetry enabled the research team to reconstruct the original ship in 2D and 3D, followed by a comprehensive study of its nautical characteristics. The hull volume and height were maximized by the shipbuilders using previously unknown construction elements in cogs, such as wales and vertical riders; shipbuilding traits that are generally applied to 16th‐ and 17th‐century carvel‐built cargo ships.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)466-494
Number of pages29
JournalInternational Journal of Nautical Archaeology
Volume48
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Maritime archeology
  • 2d reconstruction
  • 3D reconstruction
  • Excavation

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