Historians and archaeologists have been celebrating a significant find in marshland in Norfolk.
The discovery was made when work started on the Broadland flood defence project. It dates back to the Medieval period and lay hidden for hundreds of years.
The timber frame boat is thought to date back to between 1400 and 1600. It was found near Loddon.
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