By Nic Fields
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The Athenians began loosening the chained merchantmen, but then other Syracusan warships joined in from all directions and the fighting became general throughout the harbour. Thucydides emphasizes that it was a harder seafight than any of the previous ones, but despite the best efforts of the Athenian helmsmen, because there were so many ships crammed in such a confined space, there were few opportunities to manoeuvre-and-ram, backing water (anakrousis) and breaking through the enemy line (diekplous) being impossible.
For strength, tenons were made of a selected hardwood, usually Turkish oak. The dowel pins securing the tenons were made from more common oak. Transverse framing was fitted as the shell was built up. Framing was secured to the shell planking by copper spikes, which had tapered square shanks and large, shallow-domed heads. These spikes are driven up pine dowels into prepared holes bored through plank and framing. The points of the spikes were clenched over and driven back into the face of the framing.
1 7 8 - 1 8 5 Ancient authors Only the most frequently cited ancient authors are listed here. Further details about them, and information about other sources, is most conveniently available in The Oxford Classical Dictionary (3rd edition). edu/loeb). 456 BC) A tragedian from Athens, Aischylos fought at the battle of Marathon and his brother Kynegeiros was killed in the aftermath. His total output is variously stated at between 70 and 90 plays, of which only seven have survived. As Aischylos was responsible for the introduction of a second actor, thereby allowing for true dialogue, he is generally regarded as the real founder of Greek tragedy.
Ancient Greek warship, 500-322 BC by Nic Fields