By the wind
Yes when viking longships killed another longship they were burned and buried 10 ft under the ground
Viking warships where called longships they where fast silent and most of all deadly. The longships where long and ideal for raiding
Raiding and war
Viking long ships were powered by oars and sails.
30 to 60 feet
they had longships for long journeys
On 'Longboats' or 'Viking Longships' as they are also known.
Viking longships, starting in the 700s AD, had a mast with a sail. To make a boat with a sail stable, a keel is needed to counteract the tipping forces the wind places on the sail. Prior to the sail being added, longships did not require or have keels.
Wood! Oak to be more precise.
The Viking longships were used primarily for raiding.
Viking boats (longships) were constructed from wood, with metal fixings (nails, braces, etc).
wood! Viking ships were called Longships not Longboats, they were made of timber and ordinary wood
Because they were built for the usage of oars AS WELL AS sails.
They are known, at least nowadays, as longships.
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They used the longships for battles. The longship was the strongest weapon the vikings had. The Viking long ships had no front or back, so it was easy to maneuver.
nails and wood with a addition of urine and feces. also hazrat
how many vikings invalided great britian
Viking Longships ranged any where from 10 tons to 40 tons or more unloaded depending on the size of the ship and whether it was a Warship or a Cargo Ship as the Warships tended to be lighter than the heavier built Cargo Vessels.
The Viking long ships cost around £50.00 at that time but as most Vikings were buying them the price got higher and higher.