Greek Trireme

GREEK TRIREME - Daniel Salaverría

480 BC - Fast and easily maneuverable vessels propelled by around 70 oarsmen in groups of three (which accounts for the name "trireme", from Latin "tri", three, and "remus", oar). Their main armament was the fore ram. Their stern ended in an ornamental fish tail set. Length estimated at 35.00-40.00 m, and breadth at 4.5 m.

Item: 0010006A 16x23 in
Item: 0010006B 11x16 in



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