Also called pedunculate oak and French oak.  One of the white oaks.

Native to all over 🇪🇺 Europe and into Asia, was widely cultivated in temperate regions and now lives wild in parts of 🇨🇳 China and North America.

With oak's strength and flexibility, Vikings built their longships primarily (in many cases, entirely) of oak.  With this species native to almost everywhere they roamed, this is the species they used.

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