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Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.
Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.
Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.
Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.
Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.
Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.

Full Size Printed display model Plans Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C. & 2600 B. C.

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Full Size Printed Plans
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Egyptian Ship Circa 1300 B. C.

Full size printed Plan on a Sheet 17” x 13”

Three-page article with building notes and photos

Display

Length 9”

  1. by. Browne

GENERAL

THE spoon shape and construction of these boats was determined by the timber which was available and this being probably Acacia accounts for the irregular shaped pieces of wood which were held together in several ways. The hull was built with neither stem, nor stern post or ribs, the place of these being taken by heavy deck beams. Although there have been many models found in tombs of Ancient Egypt, some dating back {a 2000 B.C. (which shows how old a craft model making is), there has been little to show of the structural details of these boats, but the details which have come to light have enabled models to be constructed which represent the type of boats in use at that time.

CONSTRUCTION

(1) Hull. This I found best made in two halves making the cutting out of the deck easier than if in one block. First mark and shape your blocks to the hull outline shown on the drawing at the section through C/L then mark and shape the plan outline and shape the side to the templates on the drawing. These templates can be transferred to card or plastic and cut to shape, whereupon they can be held against the hull until the shape of the sides conforms with those of the templates.           .

Egyptian Ship Circa 2600 B. C.

Full-Size Printed plan on a sheet 24" x 18"

Building notes on plan

Display

Length12"

By R.A. Sweet

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