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This version of the Kinneret Boat has a furled sail. This is a model in *.obj file format.
The sail would have been "furled" - pulled up onto the yard arm by four lines called "halyards" when the boat was being rowed, or when it was docked or moored. The sail, in those days, would have been made of simple woven, but relatively stiff materials, so it does not fold up nicely when "furled." In this case, the furled sail here also is being disturbed by a small amount of wind.
This version of the boat adds a second type of fish basket, one woven of simple wooden staves. It also adds a high resolution oil lamp made of clay. This is the type of lamp that was common in this era. This oil lamp has raised outlines of a fish design on its surface, an oil liquid, and a flame and wick.
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