A 13th century English Fighting Ship - iPad/iPhone

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Dennis Melling

Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania

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    Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 35g 3/64 inch Single Layer


  • One-piece, clip-on protective case that’s slim and lightweight
  • Impact resistant polycarbonate shell allows full access to device ports
  • Super-bright colors embedded directly into the case
  • Minimal impact on overall device size, for extra protection, try Tough Cases
  • Features your chosen design by an independent artist


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Artist's Description

My vector drawing of a 13th century English ffighting ship, known as the Cog with sea made in Gimp and sky a digital painting of the sky above our house in Romania.

No image may not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, or uploaded without my permission.

Although the name cog is recorded as early as the 9th century, the seagoing vessel of that name seems to have evolved on the Frisian coast during the 12th century. Cogs progressively replaced Viking-type ships in Northern waters during the 13th century. Why this was the case is uncertain but cogs could carry more cargo than a knarrs of a similar size. Their flat bottoms allowed them to settle flat in harbour, making them easier to load and unload. Their high sides made them more difficult to board in a seafight, which may have made them safer from pirates.

Cogs were also used as military transports and warships, fitted with towers fore and aft.

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