Lenormant Relief

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by wikipedia user: Marsyas
published on 21 March 2014

The Lenormant Relief (410-400 BCE) which is one of the very rare visual representations from ancient Greece of how the inside of a trireme appeared. (Acropolis Museum, Athens)

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