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THE FIRST GEM IN HISTORY AND HOW

First sailboats, first ship, sea, human

The vessel is a vessel that can stand on the water and has a certain amount of maneuverability (machinery, sailing, rowing, etc.). First BC. In 4000 BC, the ancient Egyptians built long-capped boats, forming an example of the first ship.

The Phoenicians spread all over the Mediterranean through the trade colonies they established. Transportation and trade between the colonies were provided by ships.

Between 700-1000 the Vikings have built long boats. From the 1500s, the boats were called galleons. XIX. In the 16th century, sails were replaced by steam vessels.

The first sailboats were made by connecting several thick beams side by side, and a short pole was placed on the sail with a single four-cornered sail. In 1947, the Norwegian traveler Thor Heyerdahl and his friends crossed the Great Ocean, the Kon-Tiki was a balsa board of such a primitive boat (now at the Kon-Tiki museum in Oslo). The oldest known ship was a boat built for the funeral of Pharaoh Keops (1960-3908 BC), covered with sand in a ditch next to his grave and without deck. This boat, made of 600 pieces of timber with a length of 40 m and a length of 23 m, is thought to be used not only for the funeral of Cheops, but also for the funeral of the sea. However, there is much evidence that the Egyptians are using ships that are similar to those of the Mediterranean.

The first sailboats were made by connecting several thick beams side by side, and a short pole was placed on the sail with a single four-cornered sail. In 1947, the Norwegian traveler Thor Heyerdahl and his friends crossed the Great Ocean, the Kon-Tiki was a balsa board of such a primitive boat (now at the Kon-Tiki museum in Oslo). The oldest known ship was a boat built for the funeral of Pharaoh Keops (1960-3908 BC), covered with sand in a ditch next to his grave and without deck. This boat, made of 600 pieces of timber with a length of 40 m and a length of 23 m, is thought to be used not only for the funeral of Cheops, but also for the funeral of the sea. However, there is much evidence that the Egyptians are using ships that are similar to those of the Mediterranean.

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