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The earliest Greek warship was known as a Pentecounter, with fifty oarsmen. Then came the Bireme with 100 oarsmen. Lastly, the Trireme with 170 oarsmen.
The Greek Bireme had only one sail. It's singular sail was a very large square used to catch all the air that it can. For more information go to Wikipedia.org
Trireme in ancient Greek times literally meant "three rower." It was a ship used by ancient Greek, Roman, and Phoenecians.
Ancient Greek warships were called Pentekontors or they could be called Trireme
The trireme is a class of warship used by the ancient civilizationsI think it would be very odd to eat such a ship, don't you?
A large ancient warship that was powered by both sails and oars.
Their origin is unknown, but they were common in Greece by the 8th Century BCE.
Greek soldiers had to be strictly Greek citizens and had to be of Greek religion.
Name of Greek ship with three banks of oars is - TRIREME
It was a Greek Design that the Romans closely followed with their ship building efforts.
How Did Greek soldiers get trained
Soldiers... or in greek, Στρατιώτες.
about 80 feet (24 metres) long with a maximum beam length of around 10 feet (3 meters)
According to Homerus' book The Iliad, by constructing a large wooden horse and hiding a goup of soldiers inside it. Then they sailed away, seemingly conceding the failure of their siege. The Trojans then dragged the horse inside Troy as a victory trophy. At night, the Greek soldiers crept out of the horse and opened the gate for their countrymen, who had sailed back under cover of the darkness.
A trireme was a Greek warship of the period from about 300 BCE to 1300 AD. It was rowed by three banks of oarsmen and was generally equipped with a ram, which is a submerged spike. The ship would be rowed at maximum speed until the ram hit the enemy ship; the ram would smash a hole into the ship, which might then sink.
A big scary boat with battering rams on the front to sink it's enemies. As I say, very scary! Hope this helps! ;)
Homer was the Greek poet who wrote about the courage and loyalty of soldiers.
Probably not, but there were more of them.
I believe oculi were painted on the prow to help the ship always find its way home. .
Survive to win; the same as all soldiers.