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The IJsselkogge shipwreck was discovered in 2009 in the river IJssel in the city of Kampen (Netherlands) along with two smaller vessels. It dates to the early 15th Century and is one of the best preserved examples of a Medieval Cog, a type of transport ship which was extensively used by merchants of the Hanseatic League.
The wreck, which measures 20x8m, was excavated and lifted from the riverbed in the winter of 2015-2016 by a team of over 20 archaeologists, professional divers and engineers. The important find is now being conserved in a climate controlled hangar in Lelystad, where this photogrammetry scan was made.
People models by Loïc Norgeot.