Hulk (watercraft by form)

Holk (norwegian bokmål), Holk (swedish)

Watercraft types (National Maritime Museums in Sweden)

Description
Cargo vessels or warships of the Middle Ages through the 16th century usually having a curved stem, straight sternpost after about 1200, clinker planking, and castles at the bow and stern; earlier vessels were relatively small, but 15th- and 16th-century examples could exceed 500 tons deadweight capacity; originally developed in northern Europe, but were eventually widespread.
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Label
Hulk (watercraft by form)
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Holk
Norwegian bokmål

Holk
Swedish

Description
Cargo vessels or warships of the Middle Ages through the 16th century usually having a curved stem, straight sternpost after about 1200, clinker planking, and castles at the bow and stern; earlier vessels were relatively small, but 15th- and 16th-century examples could exceed 500 tons deadweight capacity; originally developed in northern Europe, but were eventually widespread.
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Wikipedia (via Wikidata)

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Wikipedia (via Wikidata)

Category
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Norwegian bokmål

Typ
Swedish

Estonian

Broader concept
               Sailing vessel (Type)
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                    seilfartøy etter form[no] (Guide term)
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