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Roman and Greek Tireme . Ancient Roman and Greek warships known as Tiremes, Not completely done yet, I still need to design some decals for the hull of the ship. . ^Above is the Greek Tireme using the battering ram on the front to slam into the Roman Tireme^ The Greeks board the Roman Warship The interior of the Greek's Tireme A small Row boat tries toboard the Roman's ship. Both the ships with custom sail decals The front of the larger Roman Tireme showing the battering Ram. The SPQR sail Side view Rear view End Deck Front side Greek Tireme Frontal view the Sail. It means "come and take them" What the 300 Spartans on Thermopalye replied when the Persians told them to give lay down there weapons. Frontal view with battering ram The mast, Icouldnt find another mast piece. Side view Again, the sail. Roman Army, Marching to a country near you!

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