A Greco-Roman Ram ...

Bronze warship ram reveals secrets | News | National Oceanography Centre | from coast to deep ocean:
Known as the Belgammel Ram, the 20kg artefact was discovered by a group of British divers off the coast of Libya near Tobruk in 1964. The ram is from a small Greek or Roman warship – a “tesseraria”. These ships were equipped with massive bronze rams on the bow at the waterline and were used for ramming the side timbers of enemy ships.

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