Greece 478-336 B.C. - Ships and Seafaring (1979)

Published on Apr 3, 2021
Considers the role of water transport in ancient Greece for both trade and naval warfare. Present the literary and epigraphic evidence used to theorize about such maritime aspects of the period as nautical tactics, shipbuilding, items of commerce, trade routes, and port locations and activity. Shows the Kyrenia ship, wrecked at the end of the 4th century B.C., which has been excavated and reconstructed.


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