Publiceringen af videofilm fra Vikingeskibsmuseet er leveret af PROVECTOR, som er et webbaseret webTV, audio og livestream publicerings-system.
Gislinge Project Update: To date, saw marks have never been found on ship finds from the Viking and early Middle Ages, even though small saws from this period have been found archaeologically. Logs were cleaved rather than sawn. Cleaving splits the oak along its fibres, so the wood retains its natural strength. Cleaving involves the use of wedges, mallets and axes, and the log is first cleaved in half, then quarters, eighths, sixteenths, and very occasionally, 32-parts. These cleaved pieces are then shaped with axes to form the finished planks. Heres a short film from the first day of cleaving. Gislinge II TV