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the need to obtain wood, myrrh and a golden alloy called "electrum", prompted the Egyptians a build ships in order to travel to Syria and cross the Red Sea. A bas-relief of the temple of King Sahure made it possible to derive the construction plans of this model.
Chiglia and ordered pre-cut, Accessories in wood and metal Fabric sails Total length cm. 35
Typical vessel used during the reign of King Sahure, this Egyptian ship carried cedar and ebony from Lebanon to Egypt. Shipbuilders of that era did not use pegs (treenails) but relied on rope to keep their ships afloat. Keel, frames and deck were tightly tied together. Precut keel and frames Wooden and metal fittings Cloth sails Total length cm. 35.
Navire egyptien, La nécessité de se procurer du bois, de la myrrhe et un alliage d'or appelé "électrum", poussa les Egyptiens à construire des bateaux pour se rendre en Syrie et traverser la Mer Rouge. Un bas-relief du temple du roi Sahure a permis d'obtenir les plans de construction de ce modèle réduit.
Reconstruction obtained from some bas-reliefs found in the temple of King Sahure, which show the departure and return of a small fleet. Cargo ship, suitable for navigation by sea, was used to transport raw materials from Syria and Lebanon. Model made fascinating by the particular construction of the hull.
The assembly box includes everything necessary for the construction of the Egyptian ship. For those who want to make the model independently, the Egyptian ship construction plans can also be purchased separately from the box.
Mounting kit to assemble and paint, colors are not included in the package.
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