Ancient Greek merchant ship

Ancient Greek merchant ship

Ancient Greeks became the ‘carters of the sea’ thanks to their advanced sailing ships.

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freight transportation, trade, sailboat, commercial, maritime trade, Greek, antiquity, watercraft, Greece, Hellas, city-state, square sail, hull, rudder, hold, amphora, storage, mast

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