restoration

Preserving a Shipwreck (The Cog) by using deionized water

17/02/2014

How does Flanders Heritage Agency go about getting it to look like it did before it spent 7 centuries underwater?

The cog discovery – a brief history.

In 2000 a shipwreck was found in the Deurganckdock in the Antwerp harbour (Belgium) - During excavation works - which was identified as a cog and dated to 1325. Every fragment of wood is tagged with a unique code and stored in containers filled with tap water.

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