What where the names for the largest warships in ancient Greece?

The standard warship of the Greek cities of the 5th Century BCE was the Trireme, which had three banks of overlapping oars on both side, each manned by a single rower. There were 180 rowers, some seamen and some marines - all up about 200. Modern replicas up to full size have been produced.

In subsequent centuries there is reference to fours (Quadrireme), fives (Quinquereme) and more, but this probably meant the number of rowers to each oar rather than banks of oars.