The era when trireme supremacy meant regional hegemony came to an end not long after that.
All of the slain might be burned with the trireme, with all honor, so there was no more care for that.
After the early meal, the galley of Eumedes approached his father's trireme.
The trireme, or ordinary war-ship, had its oars arranged in three banks, fifty men rowing at once.
Fortunately, the rowers of the first trireme had no spirit for their work.
Nor was there a ship sailing the seas that a Phoenician trireme might not have overhauled.
Before my trireme weighs anchor, I have a communication to make to you.
He describes the sword as like the beak of the ship known as the trireme, which was rowed with three banks of oars.
Great was his wonder at the story of the living sand and the trireme.
First went they upon The Sword, for she was nearer, and she was now lashed side by side with the trireme.