How do dual-Greek ships differ from the sea-going ships of our time? (What materials were both built of? How do they differ in size? In movement speed?)
Ships in Ancient Greece were made from undried wood. Because of this, such ships did not serve for long. Such ships went under sail and reached a length of 30 meters.
During combat operations, their speed was 4 knots.
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