Sea-faring supremacy: The Sea and Civilization: 1 of 4: A Maritime History of the World by Lincoln Paine.

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(Photo:Assyrian warship British Museum notice: "Assyrian warship 700-692 BC From Nineveh, South-West Palace, Room VII, panel 11

English: This ship was by Sennacherib. It is a bireme (dieris greek διήρης), with two levels of oars. Shields are fastened around the superstructure, as on the fortifications of some city walls. The pointed bow is a ram, for holding enemy ships" WA 124772 British Museum

Español: Grabado de un barco de guerra fenicio, en torno a 700-692 a. C. Es un birreme (dieris) con dos filas de remeros. Representa la huida del rey Luli de Sidón en el ataque de Sargón II de Asiria a la ciudad. Originalmente, parte del palacio de Senaquerib, actualmente en el Museo Británico – Palacio Suroeste, Sala VII, panel 11

Français : Navire de guerre phénicien sur un fragment de bas-relief de Ninive (Assyrie), VIIe siècle av. J.-C., British Museum.

Date 13 August 2005 (according to Exif data)

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Sea-faring supremacy: The Sea and Civilization: 1 of 4: A Maritime History of the World by Lincoln Paine.

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