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Galley - Miller, Frederic P. (Hrsg.) / Vandome, Agnes F. (Hrsg.) / McBrewster, John (Hrsg.)
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Galley - Livres de poche

2009, ISBN: 9786130245733

[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 180, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, Banküberweisung, Interntationaler Versand

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Galley - Livres de poche

2009, ISBN: 9786130245733

[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: Alphascript Publishing], High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion., DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 180, Selbstabholung und Barzahlung, PayPal, offene Rechnung, Banküberweisung, Internationaler Versand

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Frederic P. Miller:
Galley - Livres de poche

2009, ISBN: 6130245734

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[EAN: 9786130245733], Neubuch, [PU: Alphascript Publishing Dez 2009], Neuware - High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion. 180 pp. Englisch

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Galley - Livres de poche

2009, ISBN: 6130245734

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[EAN: 9786130245733], Neubuch, [PU: Alphascript Publishing Dez 2009], Neuware - High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion. 180 pp. Englisch

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Galley - Livres de poche

2009, ISBN: 6130245734

ID: 20046018802

[EAN: 9786130245733], Neubuch, [PU: Alphascript Publishing Dez 2009], Neuware - High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion. 180 pp. Englisch

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Galley: Trireme, Galley slave, Greek language, Ship, Watercraft rowing, Warfare, Trade, Old Kingdom, Naval warfare, Decline of the Roman Empire, ... Battle of Lepanto (1571), Steam engine

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A galley (from Greek galea) is an ancient ship which can be propelled entirely by human oarsmen, used for warfare and trade. Oars are known from at least the time of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. Many galleys had masts and sails for use when the winds were favourable. Various types of galleys dominated naval warfare in the Mediterranean Sea from roughly the 8th century BC to the development of effective naval gunnery around the 15th and 16th centuries. Galleys fought in the wars of ancient Persia, Greece, Carthage and Rome until the 4th century. After the fall of the Roman Empire galleys formed the mainstay of the Byzantine Navy and other successors of the Roman Empire, and the new Muslim navies. Medieval Mediterranean states, notably the Italian maritime republics including Venice, Pisa, and Genoa, used galleys until the ocean-going man-of-war made them obsolete. The Battle of Lepanto (1571) was one of the largest naval battles in which galleys played the principal part. Galleys continued in mainstream use until the introduction of broadside sailing ships of war into the Mediterranean in the 17th Century, and continued to be used in minor roles until the advent of steam propulsion.

Informations détaillées sur le livre - Galley: Trireme, Galley slave, Greek language, Ship, Watercraft rowing, Warfare, Trade, Old Kingdom, Naval warfare, Decline of the Roman Empire, ... Battle of Lepanto (1571), Steam engine


EAN (ISBN-13): 9786130245733
ISBN (ISBN-10): 6130245734
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Date de parution: 1571
Editeur: Alphascript Publishing

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ISBN/EAN: 9786130245733

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613-0-24573-4, 978-613-0-24573-3


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