Fragments (5,3 m x 1,5 m) of reused shipwood was found during excavations in the IJsselstraat in Deventer in 1983. This was the third ship find on the site. All three ships were barges
The remains consist of a chine and fragment of a bottom planking and a number of wooden inserts. The construction has many similarities with the Deventer 1.
Dendrochronology has yielded a logging date after around 913 AD. The wood was probably from the Ardennes. The moss burst was fixed with wooden pegs. The Deventer 1 and 3 show many similarities with the Utrecht 3.
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