"A bog in Schleswig, southern Jutland, which yielded a rich VOTIVE DEPOSIT of the Roman Iron Age. The main finds were more that 100 iron swords (some with damascened blades, others stamped with the maker’s names) and a wooden BOAT some 70-ft. long.
The boat was clinker-built, had no mast or sail, and was provided with 15 rowlocks on each side. The bow and sternpost were upturned, and the vessel was steered by an oar."
"Nydam" -- From Warwick Bray and David Trump, The Penguin Dictionary of Archaelolgy, London, Penguin, 1970.
Manfred Mann: The Mighty Quinn (Link)
Skip Spence: Little Hands (Oar Link)