Since the wrecks were dug up just over a year ago, they have been in pools in Bua outside Varberg so as not to dry out. Soon the shipwrecks will leave Halland, at least temporarily.

"In Gothenburg, we will scan every single piece of timber to be able to build a digital model of the ships," says Elisabet Schager, archaeologist.

Hoping for a return

Elisabet Schager thinks it would have been best if the cogs were somehow allowed to stay close to where they were found.

"In Varberg, we have the Bocksten Man, who is contemporary with these cogs," says Elisabet Schager.

In the clip, she talks about how the cogs have been stored since they were found and what happens to the wrecks now.