Warship used by the Romans with a ram, a sail and three vertical rows of oars.
Oar at the back of the ship acting as rudder.
Long piece of wood that is broad and flat at one end; it is mounted on the boat and pulled by one or more people to propel the boat.
Timber jutting out in front of the prow usually at water level; it was used to punch holes in the hulls of enemy ships.
Sculpted timber on the prow of a ship in ancient times that depicted a human, a god or a mythical creature.