By Nic Fields
Ambitious and complex, triremes have been the deadliest battleship of the traditional global, and on the top in their good fortune, the Athenians have been the dominant exponents in their devastating energy. basically longships designed to struggle lower than oar strength, the trireme used to be equipped for lightness and power; ship-timber used to be as a rule softwoods comparable to poplar, pine and fir, whereas the oars and mast have been produced from fir. Their major weapon used to be a bronze-plated ram positioned on the prow.
From the mixed Greek naval victory at Salamis (480 BC), during the Peloponnesian conflict, and up till the poor defeat through the Macedonians at Amorgos, the Athenian trireme was once an item of dread to its enemies.
This ebook deals an entire research and perception into the main powerful battleship of its time; the weapon in which Athens completed, maintained, and finally misplaced its strength and prosperity.
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Ancient Greek Warship: 500-322 BC (New Vanguard, Volume 132) by Nic Fields